Wild By Nature
By Lynn Van Dorn
Narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo


Length: 3 hrs and 48 mins

While on vacation, Hayden Blake and his ex-boyfriend get into an ugly argument. Needing some space, Hayden storms out of their rented cabin and gets not only lost it in the dense woods of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, but injured, as well. Being rescued is a miracle, but being rescued by a man who looks like a Norse god wearing plaid…that’s a dream come true.

All Kurt Jorgenson wants is to go hunting and bag a sizable deer, but instead, he finds Hayden Blake, a city boy lost in Kurt’s forest. He takes Hayden home to care for his injuries, but Kurt finds himself drawn – in ways he hadn’t dreamed existed – to the young man he’s rescued and installed in his spare bedroom.

Kurt yearns to be everything Hayden needs, but he doesn’t know where to start. Hayden desires Kurt and longs for a home, but he’s not sure he has anything worthwhile to offer in return. However, with the help of a nosy librarian, a trip to Walmart, a pig named Wilbur, and cops bribed with cheese, Kurt and Hayden may find their way to a well-deserved happy ending.

Wild by Nature is a romance novella with a displaced twink, a confirmed bachelor, improper library behavior, pasties, shirtless wood chopping, fuzzy cows, and gas station pizza. It contains men falling in love, falling into bed, and just falling. Not necessarily in that order.

Note: This version has been expanded to include a new epilogue.

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🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 4.75 stars
🔥🔥🔥🔥 Heat Level: 4
🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧 Narration: 5

Amazing as ever!

I love Lynn’s style and these characters are as amazing as ever. Witty, sweet and steamy. This a fantastic short story, with a super hot daddy and a sassy lost boy. I felt this was more lighthearted than Lynn’s usual work but still such great depth of character. These characters play off each other so well and just melt into there perfect roles which also happen to be hot as hell! I just wish it was longer! I wanted more of Daddy Thor and his new boy 😉!

Michael is an exceptional performer and this was fantastic as always!

Extra note: I do have to say I found it so funny when Harry from Bond (by Piper Scott & Virginia Kelly aka Lynn Van Dorn) made an appearance as the neighbor, I can’t hear anything but Harry when Michael uses that voice LOL!

Fantastic as ever. I loved it!!!

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More from Lynn…

Damage Control
(North Shore Stories, Book 1)
By Lynn Van Dorn
Narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo


Length: 18 hrs and 58 mins

Everything to lose.

Tyler’s worked hard to kick the dust of the Chicago suburbs off his heels and move on with his life as Hollywood’s newest up-and-comer, burying his demons and hiding his scars from the world. Just as everything seems to be going his way, a scandal from his past threatens everything he’s worked for. Now he’s stuck back home, where his family of lawyers can maybe help sink the scandal and find out who’s behind it.

Afraid to love.

Josh doesn’t know what to think when his ex’s little brother falls into his arms, other than that Tyler is trouble with a capital T. But when Tyler’s publicist suggests that an adoring fake boyfriend might be just the ticket to saving Tyler’s acting career, Josh doesn’t mind playing along. It’s not like he has anything else going on, and faking a relationship with someone you’ve known your entire life can’t possibly be that difficult.

A second chance for two damaged hearts.

Now they’re stuck together for the foreseeable future, and neither can deny their mounting attraction. Why should they? They’re supposed to be in love, at least out in public. But in private, when no one is watching, Tyler and Josh grow closer in a way that has nothing to do with their agreed upon arrangement. What do they do when make-believe becomes real, and how can two men with such different lives have a shared future?

Damage Control is a steamy, stand-alone gay romance with no cliffhanger and a HEA.


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Check out my review of Book 1, HERE

Bond (Forbidden Desires, Book 2)
Piper Scott & Virginia Kelly
Narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo



Adorably naive and shockingly brilliant Harrison Lessardi only needs two things in life: his pet iguana, Steve, and his undying love of science. That is until he witnesses his best friend lay eggs, and a third must-have strolls into his apartment – the sardonic and mischievous Everard Drake.

Everard Drake, celebrated doctor of the tremendously wealthy Drake family, has one goal in mind when he arrives at the scene of his youngest brother’s latest disaster: incinerate Harrison Lessardi. Unfortunately for Everard, the moment he spots Harry, incineration becomes an impossibility – he must have the gorgeous beta as his own, even if it means holding him captive on his estate.

But something else lurks behind Everard’s interest in Harry – something that tugs at Everard’s soul in impossible ways, and that will send Everard and Harry down a rabbit hole of discovery that will change the world as they know it.

An alpha and a beta can’t share a bond.

Can they?

Bond is a 78,000 word steamy omegaverse mpreg-ish romance that will leave you in stitches. It contains an unexpectedly consensual kidnapping, giant magical lizards, an iguana with a full wardrobe named Steve, never-ending nicknames, and a HEA that may, or may not involve mosquito nets. For maximum enjoyment, Bond is best heard following the events of Clutch.


Book Links:
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Check out my review of Bond, HERE

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