Montana Dog Soldier

Montana Dog Soldier

by Elle James
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Montana Dog Soldier by Elle James

Prior service Army Dog Handler Joseph "Kujo" Kuntz and his dog Six team with a female FBI agent to locate and neutralize a terrorist training camp

Discharged from the army after sustaining a shrapnel injury that left him with a limp, Joseph "Kujo" Kuntz is angry with himself and the world, and forced to start over with the injured military dog "Six" that saved his life. Kujo accepts a job with Brotherhood Protectors in the Crazy Mountains of Montana, hoping to find new purpose and come to terms with his losses.
Following a lead that a terrorist faction is near Eagle Rock, Montana, training to launch terrorist attacks, FBI agent Molly Greenbrier thinks she's on a wild goose chase. She's operating a drone, pretending to be a photographer for a GPS mapping company, when she's attacked in the mountains and left for dead. Discovered by former military service dog Six and his owner, Molly is taken to the owner's cabin where he administers first aid.
Now targeted by the faction, Molly is in danger. Kujo informs his new boss of the situation and is assigned as Molly's protector until the team can neutralize the source of the threat. Determined to complete her mission, Molly accepts Kujo and Six's protection and discovers an electric connection to the cantankerous former soldier. Together they struggle to locate the faction while fighting their burgeoning desire.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157223403
Publisher: Twisted Page Inc
Publication date: 05/16/2017
Series: Brotherhood Protectors , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 4,372
File size: 664 KB

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Montana Dog Soldier 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
JKRindy 13 days ago
Elle James - Montana Dog Soldier (Brotherhood Protectors Series - Book 6) Joseph “Kujo” Kuntz has been living in a log cabin for the last three years. He rented the cabin in remote part of the Rockies. Kujo thought that he would retire from the army but when he sustained shrapnel injury he was forced to leave that all behind. He was one of the dog trainers and he missed “Six” but the animal belong to the Army. When two of his army buddies that worked for the Brotherhood Protectors found him, they told him that “Six” was retired and injured. They encouraged him to adopt . They also told him that if he wanted a job at the Brotherhood, all he had to do was get himself to Montana. When Kujo arrived at Crazy Mountain, Montana with Six he was ready to use the skills he had learned from all the time he was in the Army. He was happy for the first time in three (3) years. While waiting to start his new job, he rented a cabin, again, up in the mountains. When he and Six were in the mountains Six found a woman that Kujo thought was dead. Kujo took her back to his cabin in order treat her injuries. Molly Greenbriar had been shot at but thank the heavens the bullets missed her. She had been flying her drone looking for signs of the terrorists. After Kujo got the Brotherhood Protectors involved, Kujo is tasked with keeping her safe because now she was a target of the terrorist. situation. Hank “Montana” Patterson, the owner of the Brotherhood and the rest of the available team will try and neutralize the terrorists while Kujo protects Molly. As danger surrounds Kujo and Molly, their connection grows stronger and harder for them to ignore. Will Kujo and Six be able to protect Molly or will the terrorist fashion eliminate her?
Anonymous 8 months ago
This is a great series, love the characters and the storyline. Can't wait to read the next book. Mjw
ReadingOverTV 8 months ago
Book 6 in the series. Stands alone. Economic conditions, job loss, financial disasters or extreme stress can lead good men to bad. They can become desperate, do stupid things and lash out. Rumor has it that there is a terrorist cell operating training in the mountains of Montana. The FBI has sent Molly to investigate. Joe just moved to Montana for a new security job with his recently reunited Army service dog. He is soon working with and protecting Molly to find the terrorist activity. I'm glad the service dog was able to find a home with Joe. While the book starts with Joe having suffered traumatic brain injury and knee surgery, he has recovered enough to work well with Molly and his new boss and coworkers. Molly is a bit naive but it is her first field work. Overall a good romance adventure. I've read better by this author but will try again
BookSnuggle 8 months ago
Montana Dog Soldier (Brotherhood Protectors Book 6) by Elle James This is Joseph "Kujo" Kuntz, and Molly Greenbriar's story. Also, we can't forget Six, the service dog. Kujo and Six are retired from the military and trying to find a new purpose in life. Then Molly comes into their life. I loved this full of action, suspenseful, hot, and steamy romance. This is a must read! FYI, contains mature content.  I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
n7kk7br00ks 8 months ago
Joe Kuntz, Kujo to his team mates, has fallen off the grid. When an injury got him discharged from Delta, he had to leave his friends and hi war dog, Six, behind. Now essentially hermit in the mountains his life is simple and lonely. But when he is tracked down by former team-mates with a job offer and more importantly that Six needs him. Molly is on her first real solo fieldwork mission. She came across intel of an ISIS training camp in Montana and with resources stretched, she was granted authority to carry out some recon on her own, no interaction with the bad guys. Pity the bad guys didn't get the same message! When her drone is shot down and then she is shot at and forced from the track she was riding on, Molly realises that her cover may have been blown. Rescued by the enigmatic, stubborn and taciturn Joe and his dog Six, she is in no shape to argue but she is not about to spill all her secrets. But when Joe's cabin is set alight he is pulled deeper into Molly's case and he brings in the "Brotherhood" to assist. Molly realises she was never quite as Solo as she thought! Excellent book. I have only read a few of the others in this series but it in now way hampered me or detracted from my enjoyment of the book, they are all able to be read independently. Wonderful web of PTSD, wounded veterans, small town politics and big time romance. Joe is a great hero, even when he doesn't want to be! Six almost steals the show though, he is a cutie with a strong work ethic. Molly is a great, strong, character. She is a professional law enforcement officer and no wimpy damsel in distress!
Linda__ 8 months ago
Loved this book! Kujo is a Delta operator with a dog partner when his is seriously injured in a blast and loses his career and his dog in a single moment. After recovering, he escapes to the mountains to nurse his wounds. He stays there for years and only leaves after two of his Delta brothers find him to see if he wants his dog back and to offer him a job with them in Montana. The dog is scheduled to be euthanized as no one else is able to work with him or manage him. Almost before he knows it, Kujo is on his way to get his dog back and then head to Montana. Molly is an FBI agent without field experience that is sent alone to rural Montana to rule out an ISIS training camp is there. She has barely launched her drone to surveil the area when it is spotted, putting her in peril. These circumstances bring Kujo and Molly together to try and figure out what is going on, while also trying to avoid serious injury or death. This is a fast paced romantic suspense that fans of the genre will love. The author is on my must read authors' list.
ytcruz 8 months ago
This story is part of Ms James’s series, Brotherhood Protectors. Rest assured that it’s a stand alone. I have not read the previous books, and had no problems . In this one, our main characters are ex-Delta Forces Kujo, Molly, an FBI agent new to field work, and we must not forget Six, the ex-Army dog. While serving , Kujo suffered physical and personal injuries, and was medically discharged 3 years ago. He lives an isolated life as a mountain man. He has lost friends in the war, his teammates , his purpose in life, and with skills useful only in the military, he just exists. He is pulled out of the mountain when a couple of his Delta Forces buddies come to visit and inform him Six, his dog in the Army, is about to be put down. Molly in the meantime, goes to Montana because of suspicious activities in the Montana mountains . Probably of ISIS origin. She encounters Kujo twice. The second time when he rescues her. Needless to say there is an attraction there. All in all , a story filled with intrigue, suspense, bad guys, strong ex-military men, and s strong female character, as well as romance. But what really got to me, was the author’s reminder that when the troops return to the USA, many do not have the skills to integrate into civilian life. We, as a nation, must support these men and women who fight for our freedom. Thank you , Ms James, for that reminder. I was gifted copy. The opinions expressed are solely my own.
ButtonsMom2003 8 months ago
This is a great series! Montana Dog Soldier is the sixth book in the Brotherhood Protector series but each story stands alone and you won't feel lost if you don't read the others first. The other books are really good, though, so I recommend reading them. The story starts out three years in the past and lets us know how Joseph "Kujo" Kuntz was injured. Next, we learn what Kujo is doing now – which isn't much. Things gain steam pretty quickly after his former teammates find him and recruit him to join the Brotherhood Protectors. There's more, too, involving a former bomb sniffing dog but I'm not giving anything away here. My attention was grabbed me right from the start – the story is filled with suspense – and I finished it in one sitting. Who can resist a former Delta Force soldier and his dog? I sure couldn't and I thoroughly enjoyed reading another great story from one of my favorite authors, Elle James. I was also happy to learn that she has more books planned for this series. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.
beeLG 8 months ago
Kujo, his Former Delta Force nickname, just moved to Montana to work for Hank Patterson, joining the teams security business. Kujo was able to adopt his service dog, Six after he was injured and retired. When they are walking in the woods they find a beautiful injured woman, Molly who unbeknown to him is a FBI agent looking into a possible Terrorist training group purported to be in the mountains nearby. Story is exciting, suspenseful, sexy, attractive with good strong characters.