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Things aren't going at all like Wilhelmina had planned. First, she shows up at, George, her significant other's office to surprise him with a romantic holiday getaway, but finds herself on the receiving end of a surprise herself, instead. Hurt, betrayed, pissed off and single now, Wilhelmina decides to take the trip alone, have her own holiday, just for one. Then things goThings aren't going at all like Wilhelmina had planned. First, she shows up at, George, her significant other's office to surprise him with a romantic holiday getaway, but finds herself on the receiving end of a surprise herself, instead. Hurt, betrayed, pissed off and single now, Wilhelmina decides to take the trip alone, have her own holiday, just for one. Then things go from bad to worse when George shows up and can't take 'no' for an answer. In the midst of all this, something large, white, hairy and completely abominable shows up and decides to settle their dispute himself. The creature must have noted something of worth in the feisty, hot tempered, curvaceous beauty, stealing off with her, heading deep into the woods with his prize. Wilhelmina soon finds herself in the middle of a primitive looking camp of snowy white creatures, on some kind of alternate plane, realizing quickly that she's just unwillingly participated in what could only be deemed as 'a bridal hunt'. Is Wilhelmina fated to be an abominable snow beastie's bride? Or can she find her way back home before it's too late? Reader Advisory: This book contains one female partnering with multiple males(m/f/m/m/m)(no male/male) abduction and violence...

Title : The Bridal Hunt
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ISBN : 21945537
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 232 Pages
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The Bridal Hunt Reviews

  • Annika
    2019-06-22 19:11

    This was so much fun!Sure, it wasn't a literary masterpiece (the writing was repetitive, the editing left a lot to be desired, and the heroine's perpetual inner ramblings grated on my nerves). There were a few graphic descriptions that freaked me out (view spoiler)[(like the heroine talking about pulling back the beastie's fur covered foreskin - eek!) (hide spoiler)], but for the most part I was oddly charmed by those weird, hairy yetis and their strange menage romance."Meanie smart," he said thoughtfully. "Beautiful," he sighed after a moment, nuzzling my neck affectionately. "Veck likes Meanie spirit. Big spirit, little body."["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Laurie P
    2019-05-28 11:56

    This book was so totally opposite of what I normally read...but I was in a book funk! I have been out of it...mind you I am normally the sort that reads (4 books at least a week) type person..but when I get bored with my normal choices, or I cant seem to find that book that takes me away from it all..I get grumpy & basically become that type person most people run seriously my hubby..when he see`s me grumping or yelling at random objects, first thing he says is "Baby why dont you relax & go read one of your books you love" now mind you if I am in a funk & he says that carefully because its about as dangerous as a man saying..are you on the rag? ...LOL tread carefully when mommas not get her book fixes...:P ................Backkkkkkkkk to this book & the whys I loved it soooo much...This book had me laughing so hard at times I swear I had cramps.The heroine & her hairy Heros were awesome..when I first told my hubby about this book he thought I was reading beastality lmao...who the hell cared what he thought! he is a dingy male......(said with all the love of a wife married for almost 28 yrs) anyway..this book was great, never have I ever read a book about the hairy abominable snowmen before, but I swear this book made me wish I had a stack of them from this author...the all around gentle way these hairy fellas treated there kidnapped bride had me sayin AWWW now thats it a book way out there? YES! but who the hell was fun, & yes it was damn hot hair and all...LOVED the addition of the kiddies...they cracked me up...after reading Jeanette Lynns "The Bridal Hunt" I went sorta nutso with my "One Clicky Finger" & downloaded all her books...would I recommend this book to everyone YES ABSOFREAKINLUTELY! will everyone LOVE this book like me..nope there will always be naysayers & bitchy grammar nazis to try & take down the authors...for all you naysayers BITE ME! this book saved my hubbys skin damnit! LOL It was getting dangerous with me being in a book funk...the old man thinks Jeanettes the bomb LOL! ............go ahead & read it...ya know ya want to..:P

  • T00zday
    2019-05-29 19:13

    More thorough review to come. This book was too good to skimp on that.This was a fantastic read. I actually read it free, but enjoyed it so much I purchased a copy. I'm torn on how many stars. I really want to give this one 5 stars but as I've just read another one from this same author and intend to give that one 5 stars....I worry that I'm falling into a 'fan-girl-squee' zone. So I'm going to back off, re-read and re-evaluate the stars in a week or two to see if I feel the same.I know I put this on my "MC-Aliens" shelf - but I'm not certain that's quite valid. Mina gets rescued/kidnapped by a Bigfoot type creature with white fur all over it's body. It takes her through a "portal" to another world/dimension where there is a large village of bigfoots (Big feet?) with white fur. There is no spacecraft or futuristic technology involved. Just strange creatures not of earth, talk of a "portal" and how time runs differently on the bigfoot side of the portal.Mina was one of those heroines who gets kidnapped, thinks clearly, makes a couple good of escape attempts, but once she acceots her fate, there's no tantrums. She even has a good sense of humor about it.Erotica, Polyamory, HEA.Totally Recommended, fantastic story with a minor antagonist arch.

  • Anna
    2019-06-17 20:02

    Wouldn't it bother you if your husband/mate butchered your name and called you Meanie for the rest of your life? Although it sort of fit because I could not understand Mina's allure (other than being willing to have sex with all of them) and she just seemed to be expecting them to cater to her every desire. Also, maybe she had nothing important to go back to but what about any of the other kidnapped women? No mention was made of her getting to know any of them (other than Bia's mom). How did she not connect Candy and George to when someone started hurting the snowmen? The abominable snowmen's world (? planet? plane of existence? remote corner of our world?) wasn't well-drawn. I have no idea what their customs are (other than kidnapping women from Earth), how that portal came about, how they reproduced before. Were there any abominable snow women? None were mentioned. Is it just that one village? What happened to Candy? Did Mina ever deign to learn their language? (It didn't seem like it but it's hard to tell.) Also, how many times did she get a chance to shoot George and didn't take it?!?! Ugh.I do not recommend this story unless you're looking for a lot of sex and a ridiculous plot that's barely thought out.

  • Sönïa Dhillion
    2019-06-01 14:51

    Started off great with the promise of great , wonderful furriness but then it became endless cycle of smut sex . No story it was boring plus hate it when in manage relationships the other guys start to doodle the heroine yuk. I mean it cute to deep love, care, take care of your partner. But the full on coddling like saying you can pee on my face and i'll still lick your feet nonsense is unbelievable.

  • Tiblu
    2019-06-24 12:19

    I can't believe I'm saying this but I HATED THIS!!!!!!I LOVED,LOVED,LOVED "Of Another Dimension " and "just Her Luck" but despite foe the guys kinda looked like "demons" with their red skin and horns etc. even the worst of them were absolute perfect gentlemen than this convoluted BULLSHIT!!!! Seriously WTF/WTH!!!! Kidnapping was one thing but the was total and utter BS!!! Either Mina is a smart aleck badass that sticks up for herself or she's a total F'ing doormat that rolls over and takes what ever they dish out!!! She can't b both and yet she was... Her 1st sexual contact with Veck wasn't force seduction but it still didn't feel right and her 1st sexual encounter with that bastard Kirch definitely felt like w forced seduction scenario all the while Bia ( who definitely was NO KIEVE the very sweet and caring 1st mate in "Of Another Dimension" ) Veck acted like her being mistreated was funny while Kirch was Calling her Bad Meanie ( coz the idiot can't say Mina) like she was a dog or something tripping to get her to say she was his like the deeply ignorant and brutish cave creature he acted like.... She didn't want him when he practically forced himself on her ,( was disgusting) then suddenly she kinda horny and goes along with it. What the Hell? And all the BS and lies of omission that constant were going on that she never really pushed ? Veck more or less lied to her about the portal ,I mean as horrible as Kirch was he took that skank Candy back home all the while Veck made it sound like it wasn't possible but when Mina found out did she say anything to him? Aaaaaaaaaa No, didn't even get upset he'd lied to her... Then there's all the mating BS that's never really explained and No one is held accountable for ,and one tells out poor STUPID !!!! And sometimes willingly clueless h that ANY and all kindness accepted by a unmated male can turn them into your new mate... WTF/WTH Veck is uber possessive of Mina one minute and next serving her up for what is damn near forced seduction WHF?!?!?? After her 1st " sexual" encounter Veck I was honestly turned off ,I CAN NIT STAND when woman give into sex in a book that don't really seem to want but do coz she seem suddenly horny .... It just didn't feel right,one minute she's happily in a "friends only " place with Veck seemingly no matter bye rest in sex with him then suddenly gives in when he seems to force the issue ,I didn't like that at all.... It felt soo convoluted,she felt like a puppet to their cave mannish whims ,nothing was ever what it seemed with these bastards all half truths and lies of omission and then them expecting her to dance to their warped tune and damned if she didn't ;( After loving two of Ms.Lynn's books soo very very much I'd hoped I'd NEVER find a book of hers didn't enjoy ..... Soo I gave this a try despite the reviews... I'm very disappointed and I'll be cautious from now on, I soo HATED this book... No strong h here just a confused convoluted idiot who was full brash bravado one minute and BS the next ;(

  • Nuki
    2019-06-26 13:01

    4.5 Purrrrrr for me Loverboy StarsLet's just say that Human Males are going pale in comparison to the Alien MC's once yout read this one! Absolutely loved every part of this book. The MC's where human like with white fur all over with cat/bear like characteristics. Never thought I'll find a man purring for you sexyas hell but then again, I've always been a cat person & it was only a matter of time a brilliant erotic author such as Jeanette Lynn would combine the two & make one hell of a sexy read! I love the sparring and the dynamic between the males who mated with Mina (hour lucky bitch of a heroine) and the bond between her and her alien mates. The only reason I took off half a star is becos my first read of this author was Of Another Dimension, the story line was slightly similar but I found that the Heroine in that book had a similar personality to Mina. Just wished that Mina was abit different. Instead it felt more like it was the same girl in another lifetime. But then again, I could be wrong. I wish I could've found some pics of hot dudes with white furry skin who resembled the hot male casts in this book but after endless browsing, I got nothing! So use your imaginations Folks!It was a Fantastic Read! A Definite Recommend!! Can't wait to try out other books off Ms. Lynn's.Check out my shelves above if you need further encouragement!

  • Rachel
    2019-06-26 16:17

    Not nearly as good as some of the other books this author has written. Just a few things that irritated me... 1. Mina's ex-fiance is just an absolutely AWFUL person mostly because she catches him cheating on her in the very beginning (like page 3 so its not REALLY a spoiler). Then it is completely glossed over when Mina does the exact same thing to her 'husband'... There are just a TON of double standards like this where its just terrible for someone to say/do whatever to Mina but then she does/says even worse and its like no big deal. 2. I also find it super annoying when in these menage type books the guys WORSHIP the girl. I mean to like an insane level. She's a bitch and yet they should apologize. They do something to show that they care about her and her reaction is more like 'damn straight. Finally.'3. Mina is a freakin nympho. 4. Lastly, for me at least, it's hard to find these completely hairy (like a yeti/aboninable snowman hairy) beasts that don't speak in complete sentences attractive at all... I just had a lot higher expectations.

  • Gena
    2019-06-07 20:01

    Ugg, Mina was terrible and the men were awful. Not much to redeem this story.

  • ( Jo ) bubbles the book pimp
    2019-06-20 16:04

    Reverse harem fun by Jeanette Lynn you say... I’m on it!After she catches her ( apparantly stalker ) ex getting some ‘extracurricular’ fluffing by his busty pa.... Mina decides to ditch him... he’s a stalker and apparantly does not take no and more rude versions of ‘stuff off’ to actually mean him. He shows up at at the romantic cabin holiday retreat that Mina had planned for him, just for Mina to escape his evil clutches and find herself being kidnapped or bride napped rather by an abominable snowman...what follows is a great fun read and lots of rumpus between Mina and her new ‘mates’.Another great fantasy read by this author. I liked the interaction between the different mates, I’m amazed they all survived her mixed signals.

  • Jacqueline
    2019-06-01 13:18

    Quite a bit of fun. If you're a fan of Kaitlynn O'Connor you'd like this one. Just enough world building to hang the story on. Mulitple men for our poor out of dimension woman and an amusing bad guy.

  • ValerieC
    2019-06-09 18:07


  • Spuffed
    2019-06-04 12:06

    Another great read by one of my new favorite authors and I'll be checking for new ones on a regular basis! This is a great erotica menage paranormal book that's pretty much a feel-good though it does have a little bit of a Big Bad that makes for some intense moments but not overwhelmingly so. Sometimes it's nice to not have to worry about the other shoe dropping while reading.Quick Rundown: Chick catches her fiancee cheating and escapes on pre-planned romantic vacation for Christmas- alone- to get away from his nonsense when she gets abducted by Sasquatch. Taken through a portal by this white, hunky and hairy humanoid/beastie, chick finds herself in a caveman-like village of Sasquatches who came to her realm to find brides as they've stopped producing female offspring. This chick is a go-getter and certainly tries to find a way out of the situation but like other reviewers have pointed out, she accepts her fate pretty realistically and through a process and not insta-lust/love. Her place in the community changes and grows. She falls for her captors and we have another great HEA from this author.World Building: Since we are still on an Earth plane so to speak, there's not too much work in imagining this world but the author paints a good one regardless. The village and the culture are developed well and were very interesting.Characters: Ahhh, this author does characters so well--I mean, she made Sasquatch hot...and more than one at that! They weren't hot to begin with, she developes them into lovable "guys" so no beastiality going on here. Being my second read by this author, I was afraid that the Chick would be just a formula. She wasn't. She was amusing, strong, smart-mouthed, compassionate but still an individual. The Sasquatch dudes were all different and they evolved along with the book. They weren't as one dimensional as they come off as in the beginning. And again, there wasn't insta-love with these characters. Yes, it's a menage but it developed organically and felt realistic...well, as realistic as a book about sasquatches is going to get. And the language barrier was believable which a lot of authors gloss over with an implant or a quick passage of time.Plot: This book is mainly about the Chick adapting to her new life and how it changes as time goes by but we do get a little action/suspense in the end. The Big Bad has a smaller role here than in most novels and while it's hinted at that something is coming down, it doesn't absorb the whole story-line so this is mostly just a feel good novel. And the Big Bad was just intense enough for just the right amount of time.Overall: I loved it. Loved all the characters, loved the good and the bad, loved the love. One thing I really appreciate is a great writing style that's not plagued by an "obvious fault". What I mean by that is that some authors ALWAYS have too much inner dialogue or their dialogue isn't realistic and those "faults" show up in all of their books. This author writes really well and no obvious quirks or faults. She writes so well that I'm surprised she's not more popular. She certainly deserves to be. Check out, "Of Another Dimension" for another great read from Ms. Lynn. And I'll beg again, Ms. Lynn, MORE, MORE, MORE of this genre!!!-Spuffed, "Half stars are for pansies and one gif is plenty."

  • Ally's Book Reviews
    2019-05-26 13:18

    Another strange yet addictive book from Jeanette Lynn. I love her weird and wonderful creations and knack for making weird into sexy, hilarious female characters and stubbornly hot males. Also, one woman with all those males. Whew!Who would have thought that being kidnapped by horny hairy snow beasts would be a story I'd inhale from atart to finish. Not me. But since reading Of Another Dimension, Jeanette has got me hooked on her work.The story is fun, creative, random as hell and has some smoking sex scenes. Kirch is my favourite. Damn, woman what are you doing to me?

  • Carolyn F.
    2019-06-25 18:20

    Really fun book. I had read another book by this author. It was good, about average. This book was above average. I loved how the heroine wasn't a sassy, tell them like it is, woman. I loved the guys although I don't think #4 was really necessary and didn't add much to the book. But overall I really enjoyed reading this book.

  • Birgit
    2019-06-18 15:59

    I had to stop reading, it was soo bad. Didn`t even get to the sex part!

  • Kristy
    2019-05-28 15:55

    Mina/Meanie catches her fiancé with his secretary one day when she pops in at the office to surprise him with a weekend getaway. She decides to go on the getaway by herself, and it ends up changing her life forever when she's stolen away by an abominable snowman and he runs through a portal with her taking her to his dimension to be his mate.So this wasn't really an alien or space book, since it was another dimension. Where the men looked like Yeti's... I had a hard time getting passed that. Big white hairy guys with completely covered except their hands and their feet and their face. I don't know how I keep getting these reverse harem books without realizing it but for some reason I either miss it in the description or its not there. But this is another one of those books where everyone falls in love with the main lady. I have a hard time giving books like this a lot of stars for some reason. Because I just can't get over the whole alpha male being okay with sharing.BUT this is the second book I have read from this author, and she really does a great job at giving all the characters different personalities and dynamics in the relationship. She makes you like all of the guys and WANT them to be together. I don't know how she does it. I liked all the characters. I even liked George. She did a good job making him a lunatic. I almost felt bad for him because he was so twisted in the head, and his way of thinking was so wrong, but he didn't know it.I thought Mina had a lot of spark in her. I like characters that stand out like that.

  • Scarlett Copperfly
    2019-06-17 15:57

    After reading the Bridal Hunt, I find it hard to believe that this is the same author who wrote The Toll. Seriously, WTF was this??This book is nothing but a collection of disturbing sexual encounters with some Yeti-creatures. The name for this book is wrong. There is no hunt; there is nothing bridal about it. It's just a bunch of cavemen abducting women through some sort of portal. That's never really explained in detail. There's no world-building, and there's absolutely nothing remarkable about any of the characters. Meanie (ugh that name!!) is a hypocritical, annoying, weak B***** who judges everyone around her and has nothing to offer but stupid inner monologs. For some reason all the "men" want her, and she's just cool with it. She goes from running away every chance she gets to marrying one guy, becoming BFFs and fuck buddies with another and just kind of sleeps with the 3d guy because he saw her first..... It's all ridiculous and does not work at all. On top of that, the writing in this book was ghastly. I can't quite understand why that is. Even though The Toll was not my favorite book, I never minded the writing. Here it was just horrible. I didn't even finish this book.....

  • Parvati Maharaj
    2019-06-06 16:52

    Mina finds her fiance George cheating on her. He turns crazy stalker and tries to force her back with him. She gets kidnapped by abominable snowman looking men. She mates with three of them and George comes back to take her away. He decides if he can't have her no one can. She kills him since it was her only escape. She gets pregnant and has her babies and mates another one to add to her harem as well. An odd book to read. It had me interested with the concept of abominable snowman looking men kidnapping women to be mates, the different pace of times in between the two worlds. A really entertaining book that will have your attention once you start to read it.

  • Toma
    2019-05-29 16:17

    Mina really annoyed me. Her internal monologues were stupid, actions illogical and in general she seemed to be a hysterical woman with no filter. Read about 30% of the book and put it away as I could no longer stand her stupidity.

  • Lani
    2019-06-05 18:02

    Looove me some of Jeanette's reverse harems ugh, Yas! If you like sci-fi, hot sex, multiple males wanting your attention and being whisked away like the princess you are then you should start reading some of Lynn's work, if you don't mind monsters that is! Did I mention there are four male mates!

  • Suzanne
    2019-06-09 11:58

    multiple partners is not my thing

  • Mercy
    2019-06-09 20:03

    A cute read with a lot of plot holes. The simple idea of an ex-creating drama and lots of sex with furry beasts. Nothing special but kind of entertaining.

  • Jacqui
    2019-06-08 14:50

    I loved it

  • Leyla
    2019-06-13 14:58

    3.9 Stars! Lots of fun! Review soon!

  • Sarah
    2019-06-02 13:12

    WowzaLiterally just consumed this book in two hours. It was so good I couldn’t put it down. Love her work

  • Be
    2019-06-19 15:16

    I enjoyed this book. It sure if I would re read it at any point. I did find it a little cheesy and the h a little juvenile at times but I enjoyed e read.

  • Lula Pantoofle
    2019-06-12 15:11

    I love this book, probably just a tad less thanOf Another Dimension. Mina gets kidnapped by an abominable snowman alien basically and whisked off to his land. She finds others have also been kidnapped and they all seems to live in a slightly backwards hut-style environment. I liked the humour. I liked all the prospective mates. I found her boyfriend a bit unbelievable and OTT though. It was just a fun read. Perfect for a rainy day or when you need cheering up. I loved it.

  • Jade M
    2019-06-24 17:53

    Let's get this review going!Apparently the owner of the cabin Wilhelmina rented forgot to mention that the locals were snow beasts.:)What I liked:1. Wilhelmina isn't the type to give up without a fight(This girl has a feisty attitude and a smart mouth)2. Wilhelmina and her mates interactions are hilarious( I love the way she talks to Veck)3. There was a very sweet romance between Mina and Kirch4. I liked that Mina and her first mate had to work toward accepting the others(I sometimes find it unrealistic when mates are added without a hint of jealousy)5.I loved that Kirch went out of his way to win Mina over with a romantic gesture6. I think Bia was such a refreshing male character(He was sweet and vulnerable and honest about his insecurities)7. Can we talk about how devious Mina becomes when she wants to get laid(Girl needs to get her hormones in check)What was kind of iffy:1. Kidnapping is not cool, bad snow beasties!2. I wasn't a fan of George's overall storyline, the book would have been just fine without it.3. Candy... what a freaking nightmare. I always cringe when there is a stereotypical bimbo.

  • Susanne Cherry
    2019-06-21 17:15

    Fun short read. A little out there for me lol. Not really into the men/beast like guys and having hair pretty much everywhere... lol but they were sweet in their own ways. The Authors writing is a bit corky and over the top silly but that's probably what I liked most about this book.