Sentinel by Aliyah Burke, McKenna Jeffries, and Taige Crenshaw


Genre: Paranormal

Series: Savoy Valley - Book 2

Length: Novel
Price: Free
Publication Date: July 18, 2008 - January 23, 2009
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A shifter and a woman with untapped powers, can they discover the magnitude of her potential before it’s too late?

 

Aren Van der Ness has been away from Savoy Valley for a few years, but returned at the request of a friend. A man used to being alone, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to the woman he was asked to investigate, Nahia Freeman. From their first meeting, he knows that this woman possesses incredible powers. Can he help her learn to harness them while dealing with his fierce attraction to her?

 

Nahia Freeman is visiting Savoy Valley, finally finding solitude and escape from the strange dreams that have haunted her and the men who seemed to follow her. All that changes when she meets the tall, golden-brown eyed Aren. The emotions he evokes in her are like nothing she’s ever experienced before, and they send her reeling. Anytime she’s near him, she feels different, as if she’s losing control of something. After deciding to keep her distance from him and his pull on her, Nahia finds that he is apparently the only one who can help her. So, swallowing back her desire for him, she puts her future in his hands.

 

With the clock ticking down and unsure of what they are up against, will Aren be able to keep her safe by being her guardian? Or will the guardian prove to be the one in need of protection? What will happen because of destiny, or the prophecy that is so much more than either realizes? Can all they know be saved by the Sentinel?

 

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