Thursday, September 20, 2012

PNR Review: Tranquility by Anya Bast

Tranquility (Otherkin, #2)

by Anya Bast
(Otherkin #2)
Published December 2008

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. (From Goodreads)


After reading the first book, I really wanted to know what would happen with Roane. I was pleased to find that I liked him more than his brother, Merrick, the hero of the first book.

The fact that the two stars are werewolves caught my attention right away since I'm a sucker for paranormal romance. Roane is a natural born alpha who has no desire to be leader of a pack. He just wants to live peacefully amongst his own kind in a were community and be left alone. However, the current alpha in Tranquility Minnesota is no where near pleased when Roane decides to move in. Scarlet, the alpha's sister, is assigned to keep an eye on Roane, which shouldn't be too difficult since the man is sexylicious. The pair struggle against their attraction for some time, he knows she is off limits since she is the alpha's sister, and she knows being with Roane would be betraying her brother. But their attraction soon becomes impossible to ignore. After one steamy encounter, their world is torn apart and they must fight to stay together.

I enjoyed this book more than the first, however, it did have some draw backs. This installment in the Other Kin duo was much shorter than the first and not (wink wink). After reading these two books I'm really interested in reading more from Anya Bast and if you are looking for a quick, fun, paranormal romance read, I suggest you pick up the Other Kin series.


  1. Umm.. How did I not know about the series? I love Anya Bast! Thanks for the review!

  2. This series is what I call Nooners. It's hot, short and better than an energy shot.


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