Native Born

Native Born HERITAGE OR HEARTBREAK Apache tribal counsel member Clyne Cosen needs the FBI s protection But having Agent Cassidy Walker as his personal bodyguard presents its own dangers His involvement in the cus

  • Title: Native Born
  • Author: Jenna Kernan
  • ISBN: 9780373699131
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • HERITAGE OR HEARTBREAK Apache tribal counsel member Clyne Cosen needs the FBI s protection But having Agent Cassidy Walker as his personal bodyguard presents its own dangers His involvement in the custody battle for Cassidy s adopted Apache daughter muddled the lines between personal and professional Now he has feelings for a woman who was not native born Cassidy wiHERITAGE OR HEARTBREAK Apache tribal counsel member Clyne Cosen needs the FBI s protection But having Agent Cassidy Walker as his personal bodyguard presents its own dangers His involvement in the custody battle for Cassidy s adopted Apache daughter muddled the lines between personal and professional Now he has feelings for a woman who was not native born Cassidy will do her job at any cost But being so close to Clyne means the FBI agent sees him as than just the man who could take her daughter he might also steal her heart Duty Desire Which path will Cassidy take or will a bullet make that decision for her

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    1. The conclusion of Jenna Kernan’s Apache Protectors ends on a good note. The author ties up all the unanswered questions and loose ends nicely in this story, meanwhile giving Clyne Cosen a happy and worthwhile happy ever after. Ms. Kernan writes with such passion and depth that is hard not to notice it in her vivid, descriptive storytelling. Drama, angst, a web of deceit and tension filled scenes take the reader on an engaging journey, where every moment counts. FBI field agent Cassidy Walker a [...]

    2. This is a beautiful ending to the Apache Protectors series. If you haven’t already, check out my review for the first three books here.Many of our questions are finally answered! I absolutely loved reading Clyne’s story. He is a tribal councilman for the Apache people on Black Mountain. He is an activist who believes in maintain traditions and culture for the Apache people. He’s very anti-government, especially FBI, white people, and Indian children being adopted outside of the tribes.So w [...]

    3. Good book and conclusion to the series. Questions from previous books are answered and a little girl's future is resolved in a way that no one expected. Clyne is the oldest of the Cosen brothers, a member of the tribal council, and very vocal about his vision for his people. Cassidy is an FBI agent working a drug case on the reservation, and has also been assigned as his bodyguard when he leaves the rez.There are some serious conflicts between the two. Clyne doesn't like having federal officers [...]

    4. The Apache Protectors Series concludes with Native Born, Clyne and Cassidy’s story. Clyne, an Apache council member, and Cassidy, a non-Apache FBI agent, reunite as Cassidy serves as bodyguard to the charismatic Clyne. Sparks fly and they attempt to deny the growing attraction but their eyes reveal too much. Before long, the tribe is talking about the council member who espouses to be a “true Apache” who has fallen for the blond outsider. The novel features the return of the Cosen family [...]

    5. In this final book of the Apache Protectors series, Jenna Kernan brings us the story of Clyne, the strict, serious Cosen brother, and the family's fight to get their little sister back into the family. I really enjoyed hearing more about the back story of their family, and culture and seeing all four brothers come together to embrace and protect their own!FBI field agent Cassidy Walker isn't happy to be assigned to protect the man who is trying to take her daughter from her, but she's always bee [...]

    6. I really love this series by Jenna Kernan. It is part of the Harlequin Intrigue romances, so it has a mixture of action and suspense. I would definitely recommend this book and her Apache Protector Series!***I received an ARC copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review***

    7. This is the fourth book of the Apache Protectors series. Though I will say you can read any one on it's ownI just prefer reading in chronilogical order. This book was a great way to end the serieswith some new beginnings. I like the way the author incorporated some of the Apache beliefs and ceremonies in these books. Very interesting and very enjoyable

    8. Quick, easy read. This was not my favorite book but it wasn't the worst either. I was not that impressed with either Cassia or Clyne though they did realize in the end how important family is. I'm definitely glad I stuck with it and finished the book.

    9. Awesome book and loved the ending. Jenna's descriptive matter brings so much to the story and series to give a great and enjoyable reading experience. Native Born is the 4th book in the Apache Protectors series. Take a ride to the reservation and enjoy the adventure and intrigue. You will love the book and series.

    10. "Kernan delves deeper into Apache life and customs as she pairs an outsider with a native son. There’s intrigue, suspense and a flaring hot romance. Additionally, the consistency of this series is noteworthy" (4 stars @ RT Book Reviews).Miniseries: Apache Protectors

    11. After many ups and downs, and close calls for the Cosen family they are reunited and safe. Jenna has taken me on an adventure of a lifetime. Very well written, looking forward to a new and exciting adventure.

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