Spirit Tracker: The Trackers Book 4

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"Kernan’s creative descriptions and interesting mythology — loosely based on Native American Lakota myth — will keep readers hooked from start to finish." RT Book Reviews

When Native American Skinwalker Samantha Proud saves the life of a human boy, she accidentally reveals the location of her family to their deadly enemy, Nagi, the Ruler of Ghosts. He hunts them because, as the last Seers of Souls, they are the only ones who might foil his evil plans. But the Thunderbirds come to their rescue, scattering her family to the four directions. They drop Samantha at the feet of a powerful Halfling, Alon Garza.

The danger of Alon's ominous powers have kept him from ever loving a woman but protecting Samantha is a temptation he cannot resist. To give in to his desires will expose his darkest secrets and may prove as deadly to her as her enemies. But deserting her will leave her defenseless against Nagi.  Now he must choose which course is the greater risk to the only woman he has ever loved.

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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
283
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ISBN
9781947268081
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy
Fiction / Ghost
Fiction / Native American & Aboriginal
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
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