Audiobook Review: Panther's Claim (Bitten Point #2) by Eve Langlais

Panther's Claim: Bitten Point Series, Book 2 - Tantor Audio, Eve Langlais, Chandra Skyye

My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at


I loved my trip back to Bitten Point. This trip there are still shifters that are coming up missing. Cynthia has come to town to try to find her friend. She’s a wolf, but she doesn’t like to shift in front of others. She’s very self-conscious with how her wolf looks. We don’t find out why until almost the end of the book.


Daryl is quite the player and the panther in this book. He sees no reason to settle down with a single woman. That is until he accidently marks Cynthia. He had no intention of doing that, did he? He offers to help Cyn search for her friend. He is in complete denial about his feelings for Cyn for most of the book. He so doesn’t want to give up his bachelor life.


I don’t feel like we’ve learned a whole lot about what is going on in the town with the disappearances. They keep running into weird smelling shifters who have weird collars on them. They continue to find these shifters on two legs instead of four.


We do have Constantine and Princess helping in the search (it will be great to get to their book next). I swear there is something up with that dog. I hope we learn more about her. Caleb was also around to help with the search.


There are two real winners in this book. One is that we have opening in each chapter similar to Charley Davidson. Some of those were hilarious.

Daryl’s T-shirt of the day, “I’m a ray of fucking sunshine”.

Constantine’s Shirt, a gift from Daryl: “If my chihuahua doesn’t like you, than neither will I.”

The second is the parents. Both sets of parents are so pushy and involved. I had a lot of fun listening to them.

Cynthia: So thanks for letting Daryl and I have some time alone last night. We managed get a few things talked out.
Mom: So he proposed?
Cynthia: NO!
Mom: Why not?



Once again, I’ve enjoyed listening to the narration. I think Chandra Skyye continues to get better with each book. In this one, she had to do a latino accent of Daryl’s mother, which I thought she handled really well. I think she did great with all the males and female voices. I have come to enjoy her narrations of the books.


**I like to thank the publisher for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.