Audiobook Review: Panther’s Claim (Bitten Point, #2). ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Panther’s Claim by Eve Langlais

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Cynthia: So I met a man.
Mom: Is he single?
 


Hitting on the wrong woman finds Daryl regaining consciousness in a motel taped to a chair. Things were looking up–and not just below the belt.

A sexy, cocoa-complexioned veterinarian–with killer curves–wants answers, and he’s only too happy to give them to her, for a price, say a kiss, or something more, from those luscious lips. The problem is Cynthia isn’t the type to fall for flirty words and panty-dropping smiles. She tempts Daryl into helping her. Teases him into acting. Claims his heart without even trying.

But that was okay because…She’s mine…and someone was trying to hurt her.

Hell no.

This kitty isn’t afraid to unleash his claws and rescue the woman he wants. An intriguing, hot woman, a mystery, and danger? Sounds like fun, and Daryl is ready to play. He’ll do anything to claim Cynthia as his mate. 

Panther’s Claim

The vet and the bad boy!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💚🖤💙💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙
World building: 🌏🌍🌎
Character development: ☹️🙃☺️
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙
Narration Type: Solo Narration

Daryl and Cynthia – Daryl is a black panther shifter. He wakes up and finds that he is tied up and there is no lady friend around. He doesn’t know who tied him up or why, when he suddenly remembers the woman he was flirting with last night at the bar, who later drugged him when they were making out in her car.

Cynthia is part wolf shifter and is a veterinarian. She kidnapped Daryl to get information, thinking he is a dangerous man and may be involved in the disappearance of her friend Aria. Daryl is attracted to Cynthia and his panther wants to claim her, so after answering her questions and showing her that he doesn’t know anything about Aria, he agrees to help Cynthia.

The first book Croc’s Return had some sort of dragon shifter that was in half shift, that the characters thought might be a failed experiment, though the monster died and they couldn’t find any proof the local genetics company, BitTech was involved. This book furthers that plot and more of these monsters are on the loose.

The story in this one was a bit crazy and I just didn’t like Cynthia much. I think the author was going for a quirky character, but she ended up as a super-ditzy caricature. She was supposed to be a veterinarian, and I can’t imagine her even making it out of high school much less having medical training.

This book was told in dual points of view via solo narration and was narrated by Chandra Skyye. She does a decent job with a southern accent and does a few different voices for the different characters. Though I think the voice she used for Cynthia made her ditziness sound much worse, so much so that I nearly quit this one.

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