42-year-old Christine Shreeve Hubbs appears in court, accused of a crime that has shattered her family's idyllic life.
Hubbs allegedly had regular liaisons with the two boys, in her Hummer SUV and elsewhere.
"She befriended these boys by giving them gifts of Visa cards, Xboxes, taking them out to dinner, and the sex occurred throughout different locations, hotels, including her vehicle," a police officer told reporters.
Hubbs was arrested after one of the boy's mothers reportedly found a nude photo of her on his cell phone.
Her husband is a dentist outside San Francisco, and the family has a beautiful home.
Hubbs is facing 67 felony counts of sexual assault.
She joins a long list of women accused of seducing underage boys.
Married teacher Mary Kay Letourneau became internationally infamous after having a child with a former student. She served time in prison, but later married the boy.
Debra Lafave, also a married teacher from Tampa, pled guilty to statutory rape after having sex with a 14-year-old. She was sentenced to house arrest.
And Pamela Rogers was jailed for having sex with a 13-year-old student. She even sent him raunchy cell phone video while she was on probation.
So why would Hubbs, a woman with such a lavish lifestyle, risk it all to have sex with an underage boy?
"One must really look at the possibility of having no moral compass and one must look at the possibility of psychiatric illness," says clinical psychologist Dr. Gail Saltz.
Hubbs is being held on $4.3 million bail.