Dream Tracker

The Trackers

Book 1
Snow Raven
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"Kernan offers a novel paranormal story, one that's both admirably written and original. Her characters are delightfully complex and their mythology is fascinating." RT BookReview

Native American Michaela Proud thinks her nightmares mean she is going mad, but the truth is far worse. She is being stalked by Nagi, the Ruler of the Circle of Ghosts. His attack tears the fabric of her soul and marks her for death.  But she is saved by a Skinwalker -- a shape shifting grizzly bear!

Sebastian does not meddle in the affairs of men, but he will not stand-by and let Nagi steal the soul from a living woman. Once he discovers she has sustained a Spirit Wound, he cannot return her to her people without revealing the Supernatural World to humanity. As he tends her, he discovers he experiences her thoughts...and desires. This emotional connection reveals her as his soul mate, but will she accept him when she discovers the truth?

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About the author

Publishers Weekly bestselling author, Jenna Kernan, writes stories that blend heart-pounding adventure with heart-racing romance.  

Jenna was raised in Upstate New York and is married to her college sweetheart.  A natural redhead, she has recently transplanted to the Gulf Coast of Florida where she has increased her sunblock to SPF 50.

If you want to get Jenna’s once-a-month emails on upcoming releases, visit www.jennakernan.com.  You will only be contacted once a month, she will never share your email address and you can unsubscribe at anytime.

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Publisher
Snow Raven
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Published on
Aug 1, 2018
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Pages
280
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ISBN
9781947268029
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Romantic
Fiction / Ghost
Fiction / Native American & Aboriginal
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters
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