Sunday, December 25, 2016

Review : Turquoise Guardian

Turquoise Guardian by Jenna Kernan

(Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder #1)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Suspense, Intrigue
Goodreads: Click
Pages: 256
Purchase link : Amazon | B&N | Kobo
Carter Bear Den is a proud Apache of the Turquoise Canyon Reservation. The former US Marine is a member of the Turquoise Guardians working to protect his people and their land. When he discovers a grisly mass shooting at the Lilac Copper Mine, Carter's one thought is to find Amber Kitcheyan. 
After breaking her engagement to Carter and relinquishing her membership with the reservation, Amber found work at the mine. Now she is the sole survivor of the shooting—at best a witness, at worst a suspect. But Carter swears to protect the only woman he has ever loved, even if it means losing everything else.
This was one of those times that I randomly selected and hoped for the best because I had no clue what it was about. Pretty glad that this book turned out really good. I love a book that can keep me on my toes and this book did it for me. I loved that it was suspenseful, I loved seeing that connection to Carter and Amber. I thought it was interesting getting that aspect of Native American info throughout and how it played in the book. I mean I've come across a few books of characters that are Native American but you don't hear much about it and you can tell these characters were very much into their culture.Overall this was a pretty great book I really enjoyed it.

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