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Primal lust waits in the woods, drawn to her fertility....

In her dreams, Nicole Fields can hear the men calling to her from the forest. Just in her early 20s, she knows that it's time to fulfill her social duty by going off to breed. In her world, mating doesn't happen through happy marriages and long courtships.

Instead, beautiful women like her are paired with the alphas who live in the woods, rugged hunters who exist only to capture and impregnate traveling women. Leaving her village and embarking on the chase isn't for the weak. Yet, Nicole understands that the pleasurable and life-changing rewards of completing her arduous journey are well worth it.

She's prepared to do anything to meet her match, and let him bind and breed her young body any way he desires.

©2012 Arthur Mitchell (P)2012 Arthur Mitchell

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  • 31-12-2012

Ginger Snap Breeding Trap!!

What made the experience of listening to A Hunter's Breeding Trap the most enjoyable?

Ginger has a stern quality to her voice that lent an edge to the description of a bleak post-apocalyptic setting.

What other book might you compare A Hunter's Breeding Trap to and why?

Werewolf Sex Club by Stroker Chase, because they both feature bound ladies being ravished in the woods.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yeah, it's a but longer than a quickie, but definitely a start to finish listen!

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