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Roane leaves the Fury werewolf pack to make room for his brother, Merrick, and his new mate. A natural alpha, there's nowhere Roane can go in wolf country and not stir up trouble. He settles in a town called Tranquility and immediately raises the hackles of the local pack leader.
Even worse, Roane gets one look at Scarlet, the pack leader's sister, and will do anything to possess her. Scarlet tries to resist him, but his touch inflames desire she can barely control. And that means heaps of trouble for both of them.
This short story is a free title, offered by New York Times bestselling author, Anya Bast. Tranquility is part two of a two part series. Fury is the title of part one. These titles are highly erotic and meant for those 18 years or older.
The cover is sort of fitting to the book as presumably the couple on the cover in the passionate embrace are Roane and Scarlet. Would it make me pick it up? Probably not as I usually stay clear of anything termed "erotic".
So from the previous book we know Roane left Fury to enable Merrick to take the role of alpha when chosen as the cougar Nikki's ideal mate. Roane basically wants to live amongst his own "shifter" kind but in peace. So Roane arrives in Tranquility and immediately draws the attention of Alpha of the pack and the Alpha's sister Scarlett. The Alpha wants Roane to leave and Scarlett well ....Scarlett seems drawn to Roane.
I don't find these books highly erotic in that they also have a decent storyline to become involved in, which is why I have read them. It is the "sex scenes" and the the descriptiveness of them that make this book have the "erotic" tag. I think some of the steamy parts could be removed, or changed to get rid of the "erotic" tag and still be great sellers.
Did I enjoy the book? Yes the story lines are really good. Would I recommend? To over 18's yes. Would I read more in this series? Yes I probably would though if the "erotic"doesn't take over the great plots. Would I read more books by Anya Bast? I would give them a go yes.
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