Posts Tagged ‘Eagle Warrior’


Saturday, March 25th, 2017

The Warrior’s Way is a June 2017 release




I’m so pleased to show my readers the final cover in the APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER series.  This release, THE WARRIOR’S WAY, arrives in June 2017.  Many of my fans have written me to ask about Jack Bear Den, the twin brother of Carter Bear Den (TURQUOISE GUARDIAN) and a man with questions about his roots.  Unlike Carter, who is the captain of the tribe’s Hotshots, Jack is a tribal police detective.  It will fall on him to protect the tribe from an outside threat that could destroy his reservation.  I know you will enjoy this story and hope you will look for it on the shelves in mid-May 2017 and in digital format June 1, 2017



Coming Next….FIREWOLF

Monday, March 6th, 2017


FIREWOLF #3 in Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder

FIREWOLF #3 is coming next – Arriving in May 2017

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 an Apache 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

Author Jenna Kernan on her New Release

Sunday, February 12th, 2017


Have you picked up your copy of the second in my new romantic suspense series from Harlequin Intrigue?  Eagle Warrior is a fast read and features my bad-boy, Ray Strong.  Most folks wouldn’t trust Ray to look after a house plant let alone a woman and child, but that is just what happens.  Now he has to figure out if protecting Morgan Hooke means protecting the enemy.

If you love a treasure hunt paired with a thrill-ride, you’ll love EAGLE WARRIOR.



Eagle Warrior is an “…edge of your seat thriller…”

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

Digital Now Available!

Amazon Review are Coming In

Have you seen the Amazon Reviews for Eagle Warrior, #2 in the APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER series from Harlequin Intrigue?  Here’s what readers are saying:

An attention grabber! This fast paced book takes us from one danger to another…

Lynn B

An amazing read. Full of surprises,a sit on the edge of your seat thriller.Lots of suspense and mystery. Next book in the series please.

A Kindle Customer

Jenna Kernan has once again bought us another exciting thrill ride!

Kristofer VanDaniker

Jenna writes a wonderful adventure -love story. Don’t miss it!

Amazon Customer

Jenna Kernan is a 5 star author and you will enjoy!

Lynn Grier

This thrilling new story will have you wanting more!

A. Shiv

 It’s an emotional journey and I can’t wait to see how it will all come together in the end! Awesome book

Misty Dawn

Heart stopping moments will keep you wanting more from this author. This is an action packed adventure that I could not stop reading.

Cathy Stephens


4 Free Previews of Paragraph #1 APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER

Sunday, January 15th, 2017



The idea of murdering seven innocent people should have sickened Ovidio Natal Sanchez. Instead he felt a grim
anticipation. These people were responsible for causing that festering wound on the earth. He only wished he had been given free rein to kill as many as possible. But he was a loyal member of BEAR, and he would carry out his mission, with pleasure. He sat in a nondescript van before the loading dock of the Lilac Copper Mine holding an automatic weapon with the safety switched off.



Most folks wouldn’t trust Ray Strong to look after a houseplant let alone a woman and a child. But that was exactly what had happened. Ray watched the woman in question as she served a complimentary drink to one of the customers on the floor of the tribe’s casino—she dipped as she set down the glass to avoid showing too much leg in her skimpy skirt. A shame, really, because she had great legs.



Dylan Tehauno would not have stopped for the woman if she had not been standing in the road. Her convertible was parked beside her, a black Audi of all things, impractical as her attire. It was impossible that she did not hear him crunching over the gravel road. Yet she continued to stare in the opposite direction, presenting him with a very tempting view of her backside and long bare legs. Killer curves, he thought, as dangerous as the switchbacks between him and his destination on the mountain’s ridgeline.



Amazing how much a simple favor could cost you.  FBI explosives expert Sophia Rivas waited for her escort to finish introductions. She held her tight smile firmly in place as she shook hands with the chief of tribal police, Wallace Tinnin. The man looked well past the age of retirement, judging from his deeply lined face. He ushered them from the station floor, such as it was, into his small, stuffy office, where everything seemed as old and worn-out as their chief.