Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 702 - Nearly Snapped the Little Snake in Half

Chapter 702 - Nearly Snapped the Little Snake in Half

Chapter 702: Nearly Snapped the Little Snake in Half


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Parker said, “I’ll go and help him when I’m free.”

Once the construction of the house was completed, Winston wouldn’t be on Qingqing’s mind like this all the time.

“Mm. But first, you’ve got to…” As she spoke, Bai Qingqing cast a glance at Curtis. She walked to Parker’s side and whispered, “You’ve got to first help me find the little snake. I’m afraid if we wait any longer, they’ll slither away.”

“Okay,” Parker said.

After finis.h.i.+ng her breakfast, Bai Qingqing chased him out to search for her little snakes.

Clack! Clack!

In the gra.s.sland outside the village, such sounds rang everywhere. If one didn’t pay attention as they walked, they would find themselves stepping on the floating beasts stacked like pyramids.

A leopard moved agilely in the forest, sniffing and peering here and there.


He let out a loud roar, wondering if Bai Qingqing’s little snake could still remember his voice.

After searching for a while, Parker simply transformed into a human and shouted as he walked.

“Come out, Bai Qingqing’s little snakes! Come out, all of Bai Qingqing’s little snakes!”


Parker fell silent abruptly. His golden eyes rolled around before he finally fixed his gaze upon a small tree hole on a large tree.

From the narrow and long tree hole stuck out the head of a snake. Ssss~

His head bore a great resemblance to Curtis’s, though he didn’t at all have Curtis’s intimidating aura as it was only half the size. He looked frail and powerless, a target easy to bully.

The delighted Parker slowly approached the tree hole. “Little snake?”


Keenly sensing the other party’s malicious intent, the little snake s.h.i.+fted his head backward.

Parker reached out and clamped the little snake’s mouth shut, then started tugging it out forcefully.


Before he could flick in his tongue, the little snake was forced to close his mouth, causing his tongue to be trapped between his lips, flinging wildly outside of his mouth.

Thankfully, snake beastmen didn’t have incisors when in their beast forms, or else he would definitely have bitten off his own tongue.

Caught off-guard, half of the little snake’s body was tugged out. He then coiled himself around something in the tree hole to steady his body.

“Come out!” Parker tugged forcefully at the snake’s upper body with both hands.

The duo started their seesaw battle.

Parker couldn’t imagine that the little snake had such great strength, that he actually couldn’t pull that little fellow out. With one foot stomped against the tree trunk, he let out a howl.

The little snake was furious, but his body remained firmly lodged inside the tree hole and wouldn’t budge an inch.

Parker took a look at the little snake, and, upon seeing that the latter’s eyeb.a.l.l.s were popping out of their sockets a little, he hurriedly let go.

The little snake’s body laid limply outside the tree hole, not moving at all.

Parker started panicking. “Hey, surely you’re not dead, are you?”

A gust of wind blew at them, and the little snake’s body shook with the wind.

Parker gulped his saliva and picked up a tree branch to poke at the little snake. “Your mommy asked me to look for you. Please don’t die!”


As though a trap mechanism was triggered, the little snake that was laying limply a moment ago suddenly perked up and coiled himself around the rod, gliding upwards smoothly.

The fur on Parker’s head exploded, and he tossed away the rod and retreated urgently.

Now that the rod was tossed aside, the little snake’s body fell on the ground together with it.

Having retreated to a safe distance, Parker gazed around, and only managed to relax upon seeing that no one was around.

How embarra.s.sing. A young beastman nearly successfully sneaked an attack on him! Thank G.o.d no one saw it.


The little snake let go of the rod and slithered towards him with his head raised, a clear gaze in his blood-red eyes, as though he was asking a question.

Looking at this pair of eyes that reminded him of his mate’s, Parker’s heart softened. He said, “I can bring you to see Bai Qingqing.”


The little snake excitedly twisted his body, and the heavy rain battered upon the little snake, adding a b.l.o.o.d.y stench to the wind.

After a sniff, Parker saw that the skin on the little snake’s waist had peeled off one layer, revealing a small flesh-colored lump.

He realized, albeit a tad late, that he had nearly snapped Qingqing’s little snake in half…