When opposites attract, the sparks ignite more than they bargained for…
Dylan Tehauno is a hotshot, an expert in preventing and fighting forest fires. He knows that the inferno that killed a tech billionaire was no accident—and he suspects that he and filmmaker Meadow Wrangler were supposed to die, too. When lawmakers identify Dylan as a prime suspect, he and Meadow decide to find the real arsonist themselves.
Dylan and Meadow have nothing in common. He's a proud Apache and a war hero, a self-made man. She's a rich girl with a tabloid past. But there's no denying the heat between them. Is there more to their attraction than physical desire? Will they survive long enough to find out?
Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder
This was a great addition to the Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder series. While reading this steady paced story that is filled with danger, mystery, some surprises, and, of course, some sex thrown in, you are also learning about the Apache people. This is a well written series and I am looking forward to......yet dreading.....the final book that wraps everything up. As I finish each book by Jenna Kernan I am just a bit happier to have found another favorite author.
Danger abounds as we're drawn into a volatile situation from the start of this story, and taken along on a wild ride of racing to catch the bad guys before they manage to silence them in any way possible! We see many familiar faces from the past stories in this series, and head towards the finish line of getting the answers they've been searching for since the Lilac Mine massacre.
Filmmaker Meadow Wrangler has spent most of her adult life as tabloid fodder. She's rich and spoiled and has been made to feel that she doesn't match up all of her life, so she goes with the flow and makes sure if she's going to go down as gossip, it's going to be exciting! When she meets Apache Dylan Tehauno, sparks fly ... in more ways than one!
Lucky for her, Dylan is an experienced hotshot and able to get them to safety when an inferno breaks out! After fighting for their safety, they learn they are the prime suspects for the blaze! Will the connections he has with his tribe be enough to keep them safe until they can find the proof they need to clear their names?