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Firewolf by Jenna Kernan

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Firewolf by Jenna Kernan

32336115Firewolf by Jenna Kernan

Release Date: April 18, 2017

Publisher: Harlequin Intrigue

ISBN: 9780373756773

Genre: Supsense / Romance

Series: Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder, Book 3

Be sure to check out my review for the previous books, Turquoise Guardian and Eagle Warrior. Read the rest of this entry

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Native Born by Jenna Kernan

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28188410Native Born by Jenna Kernan

Release Date: May 24, 2016

Publisher: Harlequin – Intrigue

ISBN-10: 0373699131
ISBN-13: 978-0373699131

Genre: Romance / Suspense

Series: Apache Protectors, Book 4

This is a beautiful ending to the Apache Protectors series. If you haven’t already, check out my review for the first three books here.

Many of our questions are finally answered! I absolutely loved reading Clyne’s story. He is a tribal councilman for the Apache people on Black Mountain. He is an activist who believes in maintain traditions and culture for the Apache people. He’s very anti-government, especially FBI, white people, and Indian children being adopted outside of the tribes.

So what happens when he is forced to be protected by the FBI? Might I add that not only is Cassidy Walker a beautiful Caucasian FBI agent, but she also happens to be the adopted mother of his little sister that he’s trying to fight custody for.

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Apache Protectors by Jenna Kernan

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Apache Protectors by Jenna Kernan

Hello everyone! Before I begin, I need to mention that this is not a Christian series and are not family friendly.

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This series is published through Harlequin Silhouette Intrigue. Each book features a different Cosen brother and some kind of crazy case they need to solve. They’re Apache so these books take place on the Apache Indian Reservation and/or Black Mountain in Arizona.

When I mention it’s not family friendly, I need to make a note that each book contains at least once sexual scene. These are quite short and I easily skipped over them. Also, we deal a lot with drug cartels.

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