Audiobook Review: Python’s Embrace (Bitten Point, #3). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Python’s Embrace by Eve Langlais

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

He loves to HUG and SQUEEZE. 

Welcome to Bitten Point, where a big bad snake dotes on his itty-bitty dog. Got a problem with it? Then speak to his fist. 

Don’t mock Constantine’s dog. Princess might weigh only six and a half pounds, but she’s tough—so watch your ankles. Be warned, if she doesn’t like you then neither will Constantine. 

Except he kinds of likes Aria, even though Princess would prefer to bury her in a hole. 

Could it be because Aria has secrets? Lots of them, and they all have to do with the danger stalking Bitten Point. People are missing, and some have turned up dead. Monsters are roaming and not just the swamp at night but the streets too. At the heart of the mystery is a bite-sized woman, a woman Constantine wants to hug tightly in his coils and…keep forever? 

A cold-blooded snake, Constantine can’t help but crave the warmth that is Aria, but can he keep her out of mortal danger long enough to make her his mate?

Python’s Embrace

“Take her, hug her, squeeze her!”

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

Constantine and Aria – Constantine is the brother of Caleb from the first book and is a huge manly cajun guy who has a cute little tiny dog called Princess. He is a python shifter and has a great sense of humor and is very easy going. Nothing much surprises him, so when he finds Aria, the Eagle shifter that Cynthia (from Panthers Claim) had been looking for, all muddy and coming out of the swamp near his home, hiding from the people who had taken her and experimented on her, he took her into his home and promised to keep her presence there a secret from everyone but Daryl and Cynthia.

Like the previous two books this was told in dual points of view via solo narration. It was starting to get on my nerves a bit to not have dual narration or at least a male narrator, so I took a bit of a break between the last book and this one. I doubt I will bother with many books with solo narration and a female narrator again. I don’t know why but I just like male narrators better than female. Duet or dual narration is even better.

The ongoing story about the evil genetics corporation doing some dastardly deeds and performing genetics experiments and the crazy results of the failed experiments running wild, was good and we found out more about what was going on. I liked this story more than the last one, it started a bit slow but got better and better as it went on.

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