In spite of a brief experimentation early in their relationship, Doc and Carrie Baumgartner have since maintained a monogamous marriage without too much difficulty or even temptation–until now.
A move far from home, coupled with new friends and long hours away from each other, have left the young Baumgartner couple on shaky ground.
Doc believes bringing in someone “new,” like they did early in their relationship, might add just the spice their marriage needs, but Carrie isn’t so sure about that plan.
Doc has a surprise Christmas present for his wife anyway–but in an ironic twist, he discovers she has one for him, too.
Each gift allows the Baumgartners to rediscover, in the true spirit of Christmas, an expansive love that includes not only their feelings for one another, but the ability to share their passion.
Chronologically A Baumgartner Christmas is between Meet The Baumgartners and The Baumgartners Plus One.
After reading the first two books, A Baumgartner Christmas provides nothing new at the FF and the FFM department. It is stuffed with the same dirty talk, with exactly the same phrases repeated.
Even the foursome scene was boring, I expected more. And switching is not my preference anyway. Let alone all the unprotected sex, unprepared still unbelievably enjoyable anal sex, or when Doc arrives at Key West and he doesn’t even wash his hands after his flight and before jumping into bed with the girls. Okay, maybe I have a slight OCD issue about hygiene, but all these things ruined the erotica – therefore the book – for me.
Oh, and Wilson’s cock tattoo – much ado about nothing.