Claimed by the Mountain Man

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Times are hard in Montana in the mid-1800s, and when Nettie finds herself impoverished, desperate, and alone after the death of her husband, she flees the town of Helena to escape the clutches of the local saloon owner. But living off the land quickly proves much more difficult than she’d hoped, and after days without food she resorts to stealing from Jack Abrams, a gruff mountain man and trapper who lives a secluded, uncomplicated life in the woods.

Jack doesn’t take kindly to being stolen from and when he catches her red-handed, Nettie ends up lying naked over his knee for a long, hard spanking. To her surprise, however, after her punishment Jack offers her food and shelter in return for cooking, cleaning, and doing as she is told. But Nettie is determined to never rely on a man again, and with a belly full of food and renewed determination, she abandons him to take another shot at living in the woods on her own.

Jack knows the headstrong girl won’t survive without his help, especially when she chooses a grizzly’s winter cave as her shelter, and he can’t stand by and idly watch her demise. When his irritation with her foolish pride boils over, he decides it is time to show her how thoroughly a man can dominate a woman silly enough to venture into the woods alone. Jack’s stern chastisement and bold mastery of her body leave Nettie begging for more, but is she truly ready to give up her freedom to be claimed by the mountain man?

Publisher’s Note: Claimed by the Mountain Man is an erotic romance novel that contains sexual scenes and spankings. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

2 reviews for Claimed by the Mountain Man

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    Amelia Smarts does it again! If I lived in the woods, I would want my own Trapper Jack! I had heard about this book before it’s audio release, but was unsure it would live up to it’s reputation. It did and more. From beginning to end, Amelia Smarts has a way of drawing you in with her spunky, independent women and alpha men. Then, just when you think you have a favorite hero, Trapper Jack comes along! Nettie who is trying as hard as she can to escape her past of being a prostitute steals Trapper Jack’s chickens for food. When he in turn catches her, the fun begins. He definitely believes he is in control of their relationship and has no problem taking it. But as in all of Amelia’s heroes, he also has the nurturing, tender side. His aftercare is what makes you fall for him every time. Nettie and Jack have a bumpy road together, but you know they are meant to be! This book was just too short! I would have loved more!!!!

    Kenneth Solin pleasantly surprised me with his performance of this book. I did speed up the narration, it was way too slow for me, but with the slight increase was much better. He did give Trapper Jack a good alpha voice which was definitely necessary to make his character bigger than life. Amelia Smarts does it again!

  2. M Phelps

    This was a short listen. Nettie had spunk and did what she had to survive and Jack was just what she needed. I loved the chemistry these two had and didn’t know they needed. It was hot listen. Kenneth Solin did a great job.

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