Ghost Trackers

The Trackers

Book 2
Snow Raven
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 "Native American mythology combines with the supernatural for a fun read." RT BookReview

When wolf Skinwalker, Nick Chien, is attacked by ghosts, the Thunderbirds leave him at the mercy of an enemy healer, a Dreamwalker, with supernatural powers as dangerous as his own. Her duty as a Spirit Child is to kill him.  But she instead determines to learn if his wild story of being attacked by ghosts is true.

While walking in his dreams, Native American Jessie Healy, sees the truth...the threat is real. Nagi, the Ruler of the Circle of Ghosts, is using his ghosts to take possession of humans and attack the living.  She also discovers, that in his dreams, they can explore a passion forbidden between their people when awake. But upon waking, they face more than the discovery of their attraction. They must confront an enemy that could destroy them both.

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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
287
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ISBN
9781947268043
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy
Fiction / Ghost
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
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