When you play both sides
…there’s always a price
Ty Redhorse is tied to both sides of the law. Now he’s caught between the tribe’s gang and his cop brother—and the FBI wants him to choose. Complicating the stakes is Beth Hoosay, the stunning FBI agent who always follows the rules…except when it comes to their sizzling attraction. But how long can Ty play this dangerous game before he gets caught in the cross fire?
Apache Protectors: Wolf Den
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Amazing Contemporary Romantic Suspense Turquoise Canyon Reservation, Arizona Ty Redhorse has ties on both sides of the law. He is caught between his brother that is a cop and the tribe’s gang. The FBI wants him to choose a side. Beth Hoosay is complicating the situation as she is a stunning FBI agent that always follows the rules. Except when it comes to their sizzling attraction. Just how long can Ty play the dangerous game he is before he gets caught in the cross fire? This story wraps up the series very nicely. The characters get the reader emotionally involved. The story also has quite a few twists and turns that keeps the reader guessing just what will happen next and where it will end up at. This book takes the reader on a very fast roller coaster ride that doesn’t stop until the end. While the stories can technically can be read as standalones they make much more sense when read in order of the series. This is definitely a must read for readers that enjoy romantic suspense books. It will also have readers looking forward to the author’s next series.
Great conclusion to Jenna Kernan’s Apache Protectors: Wolf Den series. This book is about Ty and I’ve been waiting for his story since the first book. It did not disappoint! Each of these books just got better as the series progressed. The story is fast paced and hard to put down. I highly recommend this series--great stories, strong characters, and a wonderful romance.
This is the fourth and final book in the Apache Protectors: Wolf Den series. All the books were terrific but this one is my favorite of the four. I knew it would be because I enjoy reading about "bad boys". Jenna writes so well that all the character's emotions seem to transfer to the reader. This entire series has expressed the importance of family and friendships you can count on. I enjoy Jenna's writing so much and am looking forward to her next book.