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Publisher's Summary

Mommy and Daddy Breed the Virgin Babysitter: Making Babies, tells the story of a sexy 18-year-old virgin babysitter who catches the eye of the mother and father of the children that she watches. The loving parents decide to make a new family with the babysitter, and, of course, she obliges their wishes, and provides her body and various holes for everyone's enjoyment and subsequent impregnation!

Adults 18+ only: This audiobooks contains M/F sexual scenes involving virgin defloration, lesbian sex, impregnation leading to pregnancy, and other related themes.

©2012 See You Next Tuesday Press (P)2013 See You Next Tuesday Press

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Soft and sensual, fluffy and fun

Would you try another book from Terra Williams and/or Ginger West?

I'd read one or two other books by Terra Williams that I wasn't too impressed with, but this one was enjoyable, if a bit fluffy. Ginger West's performance wasn't bad, but her reading felt rushed and a bit uneven. The story might have been a bit better with a different reader.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

It was alright. A bit predictable and vanilla, but not a bad ending to the story.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Ginger West?

I've heard Marie Dumas do a few of Williams' books, and I have to say I think I'd like her better as a reader. It's not that West is bad, but she didn't really add anything to the story either.

Any additional comments?

The one let down for me was in the romance / sex scenes themselves. Again, they weren't bad. But Williams points out the babysitter's desire for both parents on several occasions, yet the father gets the majority of the scenes with the babysitter while the mother only gets a supporting role the first time out and a mention later in the book. I'd like to have seen a bit more balance where both parents get to enjoy the babysitter.