Sentinels: Jaguar Night (Silhouette Nocturne #64)

Sentinels: Jaguar Night (Silhouette Nocturne #64)

by Doranna Durgin
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Sentinels: Jaguar Night (Silhouette Nocturne #64) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Paranormal Suspense at it's best. Strong characters, strong supporting characters, great storyline. And, villains that you just love to hate. Great entertainment!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Agents of the Atrum Core arrive near Meghan Lawrence's ranch seeking the evil tome the Liber Nex. Sentinel Jaguar shapeshifter Dolan Trevino also arrives at her ranch to protect Meghan and to insure the evil Atrium Core does not find and take the ancient book.---------- However, Meghan rejects Dolan's offer of protection, as she holds his group culpable for the death of her mother, a Sentinel, two decades ago. In spite of her refusal to accept his safeguard offer, he remains diligent. As they fall in love, she keeps reminding herself her mom a Sentinel died protecting that book while the group failed to keep her safe as they promised.--------- Although the plot feels a bit thin, JAGUAR NIGHT is a terrific urban fantasy romance due to Meghan, who rejects anything Sentinel as her memory is they failed her mother. The story line is totally driven by the lead couple from the moment Dolan comes to Megan's ranch to keep her safe and she tells him to leave. Fans will enjoy his efforts to keep the woman he loves safe and her efforts to keep the man she loves out of her life.-------- Harriet Klausner
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Good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very good and interesting book. Makes you want to read sequels to it to know what else will happen to the characters in the future.