Turquoise Guardian

Her Warrior Protector 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 heHer Warrior ProtectorCarter 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 shootingat 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.Apache Protectors Tribal Thunder
Turquoise Guardian Her Warrior Protector 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 Whe

  • Title: Turquoise Guardian
  • Author: Jenna Kernan
  • ISBN: 9780373756513
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Turquoise Guardian”

    1. Good start to the new series. Carter came home from the Marines and is now a member of a group that helps protect his fellow members of the tribe. His boss and medicine man sent him to the Lilac Mine with a message for Amber, who also happens to be Carter's ex-fiancée. He arrives in time to see a mass shooting take place, and is determined to find Amber.Amber has worked for the mine for only a short time. After noticing a problem with some paperwork, she left the office to take it to her boss f [...]

    2. Amber Kitcheyan witnesses a mass shooting at the copper mine she works at, and happens to be the only survivor in the department that was targeted, so several killers are after her. To her rescue is Carter Bear Den, whom she broke up with nine years earlier after relinquishing her membership with the reservation. Feelings are still there, of course, as they evade killers together.Although this had some decent action and suspense, it was mostly a bust. The plot is too thin, there are too many cha [...]

    3. Also posted HERE.How lovely to read a Harlequin book with a title that doesn’t involve words like Shame or Virgin or Daddy!The concept for this series is interesting, as it involves Native Americans and brings their culture to the forefront of the story. I’m going to have to guess that the author has done her research, because she gets down to detail, and it seems she really knows what she’s talking about.It was a strange thing to be drawn to a book because the blurb mentions a mass shooti [...]

    4. High energy action from the page one pulled me into the dangerous world of mass murders and manhunt. Amber's bravery in the face of the madman is admirable, Carter happening into the scene of the crime more than a consequence.The connection between Carter and Amber was broken, damaged by the incidents years ago caused by lack of trust and young minds. Now facing the constant deadly danger they have to find a way to each other again, at least for a long enough to work together as a team to surviv [...]

    5. Well. If I could give this book less stars, my god. I would. My friend and I started a book club and decided to read something that's not what we usually read. Naturally, we selected a romance novel. We thought "what could it hurt?" We were fools. So we browsed the bookstore and decided we wanted to read a Native American themed romance novel. We are both native and thought that it would make the prospect of reading a romance novel more interesting. Well, that this is just how mistakes are made, [...]

    6. Jenna Kernan has done it once again! She brings us right back to the heart of the Apache Reservation in this brand new spin off series. Full of action that will keep readers engaged and turning the pages until the end. The fast-paced action begins from the very first page.Readers will love the new characters, Amber Kitcheyan and the Bear Dens for the character development is strong.Former Marine and current Turquoise Guardian Carter Bear Den wasn’t expecting to walk into an explosion when he c [...]

    7. With the first book in her Tribal Thunder spin-off of her Apache Protectors series, Jenna Kernan takes us right back into the heart of crime in or around an Apache reservation. She brings new characters to life while letting us catch a glimpse of past people and cases we feel like we’ve helped her solve in the previous books. The drama starts from page one and continues throughout the book. We can’t let our guard down and relax, because every time we do, something else happens to put them in [...]

    8. I received this book as part of Jenna Kernan's review team but would have purchased anyway since I have been a fan of her books for a while. This is another great read in her Apache Protector series. Amber was the only survivor in the Lilac Copper Mine mass shooting. Carter was on his way to deliver her a message and saved her life from the gunman who killed her boss. Was she have a part in the murders or just lucky to have escaped. They were once engaged but will need to trust each other to fin [...]

    9. Turquoise Guardian is one of those books I didn't want to put down. I was anxious to see how it ended but didn't want it to end. Jenna has included great information on the Apache culture and some of their traditions. This story has romance, family, murder and mayhem. Some of the best ingredients for a truly enjoyable read.

    10. I absolutely loved the suspense and thrill of this story. The chase and constant life on the run. I did not care for the lack of information at the end. I understand this is going to be a series yet I just don't like being left hanging wondering who the actual face behind BEAR is. I know they have a suspect but I just didn't care for the way it ended. I loved everything about it up till then.

    11. I seemed to have a hard time following this book. I really think you need to read the whole series in order to "get" everything that's happening. I was especially lost in the beginning. Of course, now I want to know about the dna results to learn Jack's history, so I may have to continue this series!!This was a giveaway.

    12. Arizona Carter Bear Den is an Apache on the Turquoise Canyon Reservation and is proud of that fact. He is also a former US Marine that works to protect his people and their land as a member of the Turquoise Guardians. Carter’s one thought after discovering a grisly mass shooting at the Lilac Copper Mine is to find Amber Kitcheyan.Amber found work at the mine after she relinquished her membership with the reservation and breaking her engagement to Carter. She is the sole survivor of the shootin [...]

    13. Although the story was rousing and strong, the poor editing ruined much for me. I have a problem with senseless use of run-on sentences, not to make a point, but just because of careless editing, other parts broken into fragments, again, not to strengthen the ideas, but for lack of proper editing. Then there are just WRONG places, like page 22: There were no cacti up on Turquoise Canyon. Here the planes [sic] stretched out wide-open to the snowcapped Huachuca Mountains… This should have been a [...]

    14. Turquoise Guardian, the first book in the Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder series by Jenna Kernan will grab your interest from page one and won't let go until the end. Action-packed, intense and dangerously explosive scenes burst to life as Amber Kitcheyan and Carter Bear Den's lives are at stake after witnessing a gruesome mass murder at the Lilac Copper Mine. With gunmen out to get them and the constant times they are together remind Amber and Carter about their past relationshipdrawing them [...]

    15. Turquoise Guardian is the first in a new series by author Jenna Kernan, and the first book that I have read by this author. It definitely won’t be my last! The story grabs you from the very first page and keeps you turning the pages reluctant to put it down. Turquoise Guardian has everything you could ask for in a great read including lots of great action, danger, romance, and some very sexy men. If you want a quick, but enjoyable read, then this one is definitely worth picking up! You won’t [...]

    16. Turquoise Guardian is the first book in the Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder series by Jenna Kernan. Kernan's knowledge of the tribe is evident in this fast-paced and gripping story which brings two people back together under considerable odds. Amber Kitcheyan and Carter Bear Den witness a gruesome mass murder at the Lilac Copper Mine and the events unfold from there. I did not care for the references to Anglos as I think we all can relate to the age old drama of people finding each other durin [...]

    17. 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 Na [...]

    18. Apache protectors for AmberThe Apache culture, tribal traditions, and the importance of family create an exciting read. Amber, as a disenfranchised member of the tribe, works outside the reservation. Amber tells the boss discrepancies she noted in the paperwork and the trouble begins. From car chases to kidnapping to attempted murder, Amber's life has taken a weird turn. With the help of her old boyfriend the two attempt to find out who is behind their problems and stay alive. An exciting and re [...]

    19. Turquoise Guardian by Jenna Kernan is another winner of her new Apache Protectors series "Tribal Thunder". So much action, drama and suspense will keep your reading fix wanting more. Come on back to the Reservation and enjoy Carter Bear Den and Amber Kitcheyan's story. Looking forward to the other books in this series.

    20. I loved this book, this is the first book that I have read from Jenna Kernan but it will not be the last. I loved the dynamic between the characters and how well developed they were. This book has action, suspense, and romance which I love. I can't wait to read the next book in this series and go back and read the others from this author. Awesome book!

    21. Good book a little confusing at firstbut all becomes clear once you get Ambers story .The reunion with Carter adds alot to the storyry action filled.At the i wanted to know the rest do they go in witness protection,do they see their family again,other than that it was a very interesting book just would have liked a conclusion.I received this book free as part of giveaways.

    22. Quick. easy read. Action packed from beginning to end and kept me interested throughout. I had a problem with the ending though; it left us hanging and gave no answers. Maybe the next book in the series will answer them.

    23. I love this series spin off from Jenna Kernan. It has all the action I love from Harlequin Intrigue with the tribal culture than I have come to love. Definitely loved this book. Cannot wait for more!

    24. A fast paced, inventive tale, that becomes more intricate as it evolves. Native American police, local police, FBI, splinter groups, it has it all. The characters, both primary and secondary, are strong and clearly delineated, the plot intriguing. I can't wait for the next book to come out.

    25. Gripping book with suspense and a view into traditional tribal ways. These people needed to resolve their relationships and the situations heightened their solution. Good read!

    26. GreatAction packed story from beginning to the end.Had me guessing just who and what was going on.I never saw the end coming.

    27. I absolutely loved this book. Another keeper for my bookshelf!! I read 15-20 books a month!! You won't be sorry that you read it.

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