** REVIEW ** EAGLE WARRIOR by Jenna Kernan

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

** REVIEW **  EAGLE WARRIOR by Jenna KernanEagle Warrior by Jenna Kernan
Series: Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder
Published by Harlequin Intrigue on February 1, 2017
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Could protecting her mean protecting the enemy?

As a former US Marine, Turquoise Guardian Ray Strong is no stranger to high-risk situations. But when he is assigned to protect Morgan Hooke—a single mother and daughter to the Apache who killed a mass gunman—Ray suspects there is more to his mission than meets the eye. Is Morgan an innocent bystander, or the keeper of her father's secrets and blood money? Despite his better instincts, Ray feels a powerful attraction to Morgan. Motivated by love and the loss of his own parents and best friend, Ray will do anything to keep her out of the hands of unseen enemies.

An attention grabber!  This fast paced book takes us from one danger to another as a tribesman tries to keep a mother and daughter safe from the fallout after the mass shooting and retribution that occurred previously on the reservation.  I really enjoyed the connection between the main characters, and think this might be my favorite book yet in this series!  It was exciting yet sweet as they ran from danger while falling in love at the same time!

Morgan Hooke claims to have had no idea that her father was going to kill the man who committed the mass shooting at the mine, but the authorities aren’t sure they can believe her.  She’s a single mother with a daughter to support, and she could definitely put the money they think he was paid to good use!

Former Marine Ray Strong is brought in by one of his fellow Turquoise Guardians to keep her and her daughter safe.  Ray has his own demons that he’s outrunning, so he’s not one to condemn someone without having all the info.  He steps up to protect them as danger surfaces, and can’t deny the powerful attraction that rears it’s head during their close quarters!


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