Python’s Embrace Audiobook by Eve Langlais (REVIEW)

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Python’s Embrace Audiobook

By: Eve Langlais

Narrated by: Chandra Skyye

Published by: Tantor Media 04/13/2016

Python's Embrace by Eve Langlais

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Bitten Point Series #3

5 hrs and 46 mins

Paranormal Romance

Python’s Embrace Audiobook Sample

Python’s Embrace Audiobook

4 Hearts

In the continuation of the Bitten Point series, we have Constantine, brother to Caleb, the hero of the first book, Croc’s Return. Constantine happens across a muddy mess of a girl in the swap while he is walking his little dog, Princess. He offers to take her back to the house to get cleaned up. Once she is clean, he realized that she is the girl that everyone’s been searching for. He’s also quite drawn to her, but snakes are not known for staying around, just ask his father who has been MIA since before his birth.

Aria is on the run, but she’s also got some amnesia. Some things are coming back in bits and pieces. Aria is quite drawn to Constantine, but his little dog will have none of it. She is quite the jealous little thing.

The suspense in this story continues to go forward at a great pace. We learn even more about the strange hybrids running around town. We also learn more about who is behind them. There is some time spent with some of the characters of previous books, mostly the guys, but some of the girls too. We are also introduced to the couple that will be in the next, and what I think is the final book in this series. I would recommend reading this series in order. I know many PNR books, you can read however, but suspense part of this series does build on the previous books, so there, you would be a little bit lost.

“Who are you?” “Constantine Xavier Boudreaux.” She blinked. “Wow, that’s a mouthful.” Only too late did she realize how that sounded, and judging by the grin stretching his lips, so did he. “More than a mouthful, and handful.”

“Why the eff are you stripping right now?” Aria yelled, not having run away as he told her to.
“Gonna unleash my mighty snake.”
“That better not be a reference to your dick.”

Python’s Embrace Narration

3 Hearts

Chandra Skyye has done a great job with narration of this book. Not only did she continue do a great job with the male and female voices. She also had to handle the snake that spoke to Constantine in his head with the long s’s. Also, there is a lot of dialogue of the hybrid characters. She did a great job with their narrations.

Author Eve LanglaisHello, my name is Eve Langlais and I am an International Bestselling author who loves to write hot romance, usually with werewolves, cyborgs or aliens .

I should warn you, I have a twisted imagination and a sarcastic sense of humor something I like to let loose in my writing. While well known for my shifter stories, I am also extremely partial to aliens, the kind who like to abduct humans and then drive them insane…with pleasure. Or do you like something a little darker, more serious? Then check out my cyborgs whose battle with humanity have captivated readers worldwide.

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Narrator Chandra Skyye

Chandra Skyye loves bringing characters and stories to life through voice acting and singing the blues. A lover of life, she spends her spare time being creative, appreciating nature, and sharing fun times with nice people and good dogs.


I like to thanks Tantor Media for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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ML Simmons Reviewer

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Melanie Simmons
I’m Melanie and I live in Ohio. I have two horses and a dog. I’m an animal lover, avid book reader and audiobook listener. I like to live vicariously through fictional characters. I enjoy reading and listening to mostly fictional books in the paranormal genre, including Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and Horror. My favorite paranormal creatures are shifters, doesn’t matter the flavor.


  1. OOH this is a new to me author Melanie, thanks for bringing it to my attention.

  2. I read Toxic a while back and I see a bunch of hers that I want to read.

    • I have not read Toxic yet. It is on my list. She has so many books, it is hard to get to them all, but I’m trying 🙂

  3. I love when you read my mind 😀 I was just talking about this book to a friend this week and wondering how it was. And now your review haha 😀 Thanks Melanie! Have a great weekend!!

  4. I have been wanting to read this author for a while. Also good to know that this PNR needs to be read in order. I don’t often do that… *cough* 🙂

    • The romance aspect is fine out of order, but the suspense part of the story run throughout the entire series. You might be okay, but I think it would be way more enjoyable in order.

  5. I’m always a sucker for shifter stories that aren’t about the norm species out there – werewolves, werejaguars, werebears, and the like. I would seriously have to have a clear reading schedule before I could start this series. Great review BTW.

    • Eve has a ton of shifters that are not the norm. In Kodiak Point (the one this one spins off from, but you really don’t have to read first), has a moose and a caribou (also bears and wolves). Then she has the F.U.C. series (yep, it is pronounced the way you think and stands for Furry United Coalition), it has a bunny (who is hilarious), a doe, a fox, a black swan, not to mention some side characters like a giraffe. LOL

  6. I am not surprised that this is good. I find her scuffle with her male followers on FB funny! OMG

    Happy weekend, ladies!

    • I haven’t heard about any scuffle with male followers on FB. I’m going to have to see what I can find out about that. 🙂

  7. A snake shifter and a little princess dog. She comes up with the craziest combos that make me laugh long before I even see the plot. Hilarious quotes!

    • Princess the dog is his pet and not the heroine, but she was a character in her own right. Eve always has the best quotes. I feel like I have to share some.

  8. I think I just about bust a gut laughing at that last quote! I’m not sure I’m on board with the snake shifter thing. I’m not a real snake lover. We will have to see though. Can’t resist a book with humor like that!

    • I love snakes. I think they get a bad rap. When I volunteer at the zoo, I’ve handled the snakes. They aren’t bad. Eve’s books are guaranteed to make you laugh.

  9. Wonderful review. I need to find time to read this series. ^_^

  10. Glad this was such a great addition to the series!

  11. I am always amazed by how many books this author has written and they all sound good too. You really make me want to give one of her books a try soon.
    I added the first book in this series to my to-read list, a crocodile shifter sounds so fun. And this book has a python, I always like seeing the more rare type of shifters. And the suspense sounds well done too, I like the sound of how it builds up through multiple books. Great review!

    • I know. Eve writes tons of books. I don’t even know how many books she has out so far this year. I love that she goes outside the box with her shifter types.

  12. One day I’m going to give this author another go but it won’t be on audio unless she gets a different narrator. LOL

    • Do you know Mindy Kennedy? She narrates her Welcome to Hell series. I haven’t listened to, but I’ve loved reading it. I had already read most of the book before it came out on audio, so I stuck with reading.

      • Nope but I’ll have to listen to a sample.

        • Maybe that will work better. I love that series. The sample sounded completely different.

  13. It’s great to see it’s always that good! I think in the end you’ll made me try a book by the author to see how it is.

    • Eve Langlais is always good for a laugh, at least for me. I’m reading a ton of her series and still have a ton that I haven’t gotten to.

    • I loved that quote. I felt I really needed to include it. This author is always a hoot.

  14. *wipes tears from eyes* I took a few minutes to stop laughing over him walking his little dog named Princess. I don’t know why that struck me as so funny, but it did! lol And then the dog is jealous? Oh my, Melanie. I have to give this series a go! 😀

    • Princess is quite the character. She adds a lot to this book. This series has been fun and it isn’t too long. I think the next book is the last one (for now at least, Eve has been going back and adding a lot of books to older series, so she might come back to this one). They are all pretty quick reads.

  15. Ahhh! I’m already behind in this series. Noooo! I will catch up! Yay for it being fun!

    • I’m so excited for the final book in this series coming out soon.

  16. You are having quite the Eve Langlais readathon, aren’t you? I wonder why Princess doesn’t like Aria! Great review!

    • Thanks, Naomi. Princess is jealous and doesn’t want to share. I’ve seen dogs like this. I do love Eve Langlais and she has a ton of books.

  17. Snakes really creep me out. So I’ve been on the fence about reading this one… but slight amnesia plot makes this very tempting to pick up. I might have to give it a shot.

    • I love snakes. I think you’ll be okay even if you are not a fan of snakes with this book. The snake thing isn’t a large part of the book. It isn’t really descriptive in the snake parts.

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