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Flashback: Gunn’s Mission (Contest)
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024

Tyson's Mission

I’ve had tons of fun writing stories within Elle James’s Brotherhood Protectors world. At the moment, I’m working on wrapping up my next entry, Tyson’s Mission, which will be released on the 23rd of this month! Have you pre-ordered your copy?

And since I’m buried in writing the story, which is taking me away from a lot of fun stuff like family time, painting, and bingeing Andromeda, I thought today would be fun to reacquaint you with the stories I’ve written within that HUGE series of books—at least the ones I’ve written. Today, I’m highlighting the one that released just last October. I’m not even sure where the idea came from to write a story about a team of scientists dealing with a murder in their midst atop an ice floe in the Artic Ocean, but someone had to do it, right?

Gunn’s Mission

Gunn's Mission

After surviving a catastrophic helicopter accident that left him scarred and unable to continue serving on the Teams, former Navy SEAL Gunnar “Gunn” Nielson is settling into life as a Brotherhood Protector in the Yellowstone, Montana, office.

When a request from the U.S. government arrives for a protection detail for someone with extensive cold-weather experience, Gunn, born and raised in Minnesota, is tapped for the job. He soon discovers that he will be the lone protector for a group of scientists working at a research facility on a floating island in the Arctic Ocean.

After discovering that one of her team members was murdered, Facility Chief Maddie Russo is grateful for Gunn’s expertise. Thinking the murder might have been committed by someone trying to interfere with a military-sponsored study, she and Gunn have to keep her team safe as the work continues.

Maddie and Gunn grow closer as the weather turns colder and the threats to the facility and its inhabitants continue.

Read an excerpt and order a copy here!

All the Brotherhood Protectors stories I’ve written, so far…

Click on the covers to learn more about them!

  Big Sky Wedding
Defending Evangeline Victoria's Six Guarding Hannah
Gunn's Mission

Contest

For a chance to win one of the stories shown above, tell me whether you’ve read any of these, and what settings/worlds you prefer!

8 comments to “Flashback: Gunn’s Mission (Contest)”

  1. Terra Oenning
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    · April 2nd, 2024 at 7:53 am · Link

    I have read them all and pretty please don’t make me choose cause I loved each story.



  2. Pansy Petal
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    · April 2nd, 2024 at 8:05 am · Link

    What Terra said! I have read them all! I adore the Brotherhood Protectors series, no matter where it takes me. The Artic was a bit cold, though exciting. (Most recently read, best remembered.) Loved The Athena Project! Yeah! Don’t make me choose. Loved them all!



  3. Colleen C.
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    · April 2nd, 2024 at 12:28 pm · Link

    I read two of them so far… I like variety… so I am not picky about settings or worlds.



  4. Stacy Hartley
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    · April 2nd, 2024 at 1:34 pm · Link

    The last one I read was Victoria’s six. Loved it. I’m not real picky as long as there are hot alphas males, strong women and a great story



  5. Jennifer Beyer
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    · April 2nd, 2024 at 6:08 pm · Link

    I’ve read two of them. I like all of the settings you choose. Your books make me smile.



  6. BN
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    · April 2nd, 2024 at 9:35 pm · Link

    couple, any setting



  7. Debra Guyette
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    · April 3rd, 2024 at 6:55 am · Link

    I have read one and loved the setting.



  8. kerry jo
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    · April 4th, 2024 at 12:38 pm · Link

    I have read most of your books but out of the ones above I know I have read the top three. I absolutley love the bounty hunter series,



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