The Snoop

When you are a carpenter installing a new kitchen for a wealthy client, you shouldn’t go snooping around their house. And when you find that she makes and sells adult baby clothing you should not touch it or try any of it on.

Nathan picked the wrong house to snoop around. The owner had videoed his actions and was convinced that he was an adult baby himself, even if he still denied it.

And she was on the hunt for an Adult Baby for herself…

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The Complete Works of Ben Pathen

Baby Solutions The Reluctant Baby
A mother's love My baby, callum mummys diary
The Hypnotist a baby for felicity Psychiarista and Her patient
The Washing Line
Noah becomes a baby Baby for Melissa
Alice and Her Baby The English Baby

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What are people saying about this book?

** “Another great story, Ben! I loved it just like the rest and wish I was part of the story (please!)
** “Why don’t these things happen to me?”