They're backkkkkkkkkkk...and this time, Jane and Hunter are bringing with them twin trouble-makers! Of course, that spells bad news for their friends, Jake and Crimson, the twins' godparents. Listening to Jane bemoan that her "happily ever after" life with Hunter is boring, Crimson suggests that perhaps Jane and Hunter can rekindle a bit of spark by taking a world cruise--after all, they didn't even manage a honeymoon before the twins arrived. Crimson, bored herself and on the rebound, is looking for something to occupy her summer. What better way than to spend time with her two favorite kids? Jake, however, is worried that flighty and absent-minded Crimson might just end up losing the twins in the wilds of the Adirondack Mountains. Then, there's Uncle Horace--and this woman he's pursuing who's decided to establish squatter's rights on the estate in her attempt to "get back to nature." Doesn't Uncle Horace realize romance is nothing but a scam to lure unwary males into a trap? Bedlam returns to the mountains...and only the best laid plans can save both the twins and Uncle Horace.