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You’re going to be a daddy.

Those were the last words I ever expected to hear.

As one of the fabled Hamilton twins, I enjoy my life just as it is. Why wouldn’t I? Check out my stats.

Co-owner of Hamilton Realty, a multi-million dollar business.

Doting uncle to my niece, Laurie, and my soon-to-be nephew.

All-around sexy, single guy who doesn’t do strings - ever.

Then, I went to Vegas with my sister-in-law’s best friend, Sage.

Choices were made. Alcoholic beverages were consumed. Virginities were taken.

Hers, not mine.

Then Sage announced I’d knocked her up. And oh yeah, she doesn’t expect me to take an active role, because she knows I can’t handle anything except my d--k.

Say what?

She’s so wrong, and I’m going to prove it to her. I’m going to claim my baby - and Sage.

Author’s note: This audiobook is about the process of becoming a DILF. Oliver doesn’t start out as a single father, but by the end? Hoo boy.

Author’s note part deux: Claim My Baby is a standalone rom-com with a romantic HEA ending and no cliffhanger.

©2018 Taryn Quinn (P)2018 Taryn Quinn

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Better than book 1

I really love this book, Oliver and sage story was so fun and sweet it was so much better than book 1

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Wonderful

Taryn Quinn had magic with her pen when she wrote this one about Sage and the twin hottie Oliver. I can’t say enough about Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott narrating it! I wish I could give this more stars! If you don’t listen to this one, you have missed out.

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Great Read

Claim My Baby is the second book in the Dirty DILFs series by Taryn Quinn. Oliver and Sage have a story that I really enjoyed reading. Sage is going on vacation in Las Vegas but is going alone since her best friend is pregnant. Oliver goes with Sage at the request of his pregnant sister-in-law. I loved reading this book and can't wait to read more by Taryn Quinn.

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🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

Love love love!! I love everything about this listen! The narrators are great as always:) The story is perfect and just amazing!

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My Two Pennies

I can’t get enough of Kai and Wen as a narration duo. They work so well together and the characters fit perfectly with the way they’re expressed and viewed in my mind. I must admit that between the twins Oliver has won me over a bit more. This is a great lighthearted frenemies to lovers story, what happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay there. I love the banter between these two, you can’t help but chuckle. There’s always been that spark and as we go further into the story seeing it build stronger just makes me gitty and wanting to see what will happen next. I’m hooked on these dirty #DILFS that’s for certain.

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Claim My Baby

🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Very enjoyable. Yes, I recommend this audible. Story is well written. Throw in sexy narration and, bam 💥 Going to replay now, cause I can! Thank you

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Men with babies

I cannot resist men with kids, and this second book in the DILF's series gave us Oliver, the twin who will melt your heart each time he is near a child. Sage is the quirky best friend we met in book one, and she is going to Las Vegas, the first vacation she has ever taken....alone...looking to have a good time. Oliver is sent to watch over her and takes his role of protecting Sage very seriously. Once home, and pregnant, Sage is looking towards her future. Will it include Oliver? Will he be able to prove to her that he loves her and his baby? The team of Taryn Quinn certainly can write a story that includes so much heat, my earbuds were steaming, and at the same time deal with the real life situation that this couple finds themselves in. Instead of this being about the Hamilton wealth, it's about finding your true love and making sure the love is evident. I have to say, while I enjoyed the scenes with Oliver and Sage, I especially loved Oliver with his niece, Laurie. The 4 year old stole my heart and the interaction with her uncle is nothing short of precious. I also enjoyed getting to know Oliver's father. After meeting him in the first book, I was curious to see his story and find out what impact he would continue to have on his boys.

Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross's narration chemistry shines through right to this couple. Their performance pulled me in and had me invested in their outcome and had me wrapped up til the very end.

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Okay story, but some issues

The story is very bland and boilerplate. Wen and Kai do a great job of narrating; however, it sounds like it was recorded in an empty bathroom (lots of echoing), there were a few places with extra background noise (doors, maybe?), and I don’t know if the author wrote the wrong word, if editing and proofreading missed a typo, or if the narrator mispronounced it, but orientated (and any variation of that word) is not a word (that really frustrated me)

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Okay story if you can stand the air head female

The story would have been a lot better if the female character hadn't been such an air head. She was constantly self sabotaging herself too. It got old really fast.
I didn't care much for the female narrator either. I think she just made the female character sound even worse.
I probably won't recommend this book to anyone. Sorry. I just don't think there are really females out there like what's portrayed in this book.

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  • 04-13-18

Men with Babies!

I cannot resist men with kids, and this second book in the DILF's series gave us Oliver, the twin who will melt your heart each time he is near a child. Sage is the quirky best friend we met in book one, and she is going to Las Vegas, the first vacation she has ever taken....alone...looking to have a good time. Oliver is sent to watch over her and takes his role of protecting Sage very seriously. Once home, and pregnant, Sage is looking towards her future. Will it include Oliver? Will he be able to prove to her that he loves her and his baby? The team of Taryn Quinn certainly can write a story that includes so much heat, my earbuds were steaming, and at the same time deal with the real life situation that this couple finds themselves in. Instead of this being about the Hamilton wealth, it's about finding your true love and making sure the love is evident. I have to say, while I enjoyed the scenes with Oliver and Sage, I especially loved Oliver with his niece, Laurie. The 4 year old stole my heart and the interaction with her uncle is nothing short of precious. I also enjoyed getting to know Oliver's father. After meeting him in the first book, I was curious to see his story and find out what impact he would continue to have on his boys.

Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross's narration chemistry shines through right to this couple. Their performance pulled me in and had me invested in their outcome and had me wrapped up til the very end.