When Danielle Stuart meets the Baumgartners, her life doesn’t need to get any more complicated. Studying Italian on scholarship at the University of Michigan, Dani is haunted by a horrible tragedy that her husband, Mason, simply can’t come to terms with.
But when she meets Carrie Baumgartner, and then her handsome husband, Doc, she finds her attraction to the couple irresistible, no matter how complicated things might get.
While the two women bond over being childless and yet surrounded by children in the university’s married housing complex, it’s Doc Baumgartner who really brings them together with a game-changing idea that serves to reshape all of their lives.
Danielle Stuart and the Baumgartners are neighbors. Carrie Baumgartner and Dani become friends, soon lovers.
A fully-clothed Carrie Baumgartner would have been pretty hard to ignore, let alone a topless, unbelievably bronze one, completely covered in coconut-scented oil.
“Come on, Dani.” She waved me out, as if the decision had already been made. “Let’s get some sun together.”
And that was how it began.
Dani has scruples getting involved into Carrie and Doc’s marriage, but they are both so insistent and irresistible that she has no chance to resist them. (She resisted them for long, for some unknown reason – it wasn’t explained, I guess it was only for the sake of the tension.)
Being with Carrie had stirred something in me, but I instinctively know that being with the Baumgartners, Doc and Carrie both together, would color in a world I’d been living in black and white.
Dani’s heart is broken and her marriage nears its end. Everything in her life is unsettled, but now, with the Baumgartners everything feels right. Carrie is the link who holds the trio together. Without her it wouldn’t have happened.
“I just want you to know that you’re more than welcome. No strings attached. You make Carrie happy, and that makes me happy. Okay?”
Carrie and Doc’s marriage is enviable: their trust in each other, their honesty is incredible and so natural. There is no jealousy, possessiveness or rivalry. I just adored them together.
“How many times did he make you come?” Carrie asked me sleepily as I pulled up the covers.
“Four.” I flushed and looked over at Doc. He was watching me with those dark eyes, looking between the two of us together in bed – “his girls.”
“He’s so generous,” she sighed.
Romance and erotica
Though Dani is kind of adapted to the Baumgartners’ attitude and lifestyle for a short time, as the story progresses SPOILER! Highlight to read! it becomes obvious that it is not going to be a long-term relationship. So I’m not surprised or unsatisfied by the ending eventually.
The erotica is over the top hot. And there is a lot. Not much plot, only more and more new opportunities for having sex. I’m not complaining: it is a high quality erotic story, but don’t expect deep feelings or nicely developed romance.
A very enjoyable and inspiring story with countless erotic scenes. Recommended!
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