MISSION: Nam Selan

Games of Command Series - Book 3

Short Story in Tales From The SFR Brigade Anthology

By Linnea Sinclair


Science Fiction Romance

Admiral Branden Kel-Paten, my All-Time Favorite Romance Novel Hero, is back. In another short story. Set after Games of Command and Seven Months of Forever, this short adventure is a must read for any Kel-Paten fan. However, it is highly recommended that if you are not familiar with Kel-Paten and Captain Tasha Sebastian, that you start at the beginning and read Games of Command, then the short story Seven Months of Forever. Also, this review will have spoilers for both previous stories.

It had been mere weeks since a virus had almost destroyed Branden Kel-Paten. Not the type of virus that attacked one's health, but a cyber-virus that was specifically designed for a biocybe - for the former admiral. It had almost succeeded in turning Kel-Paten against the one woman he had always loved. Almost made him forget that she loved him.

But his Lady Sass was trickier than anything the Triad Faction could develop, and Kel-Paten was back. There were moments he wasn't able to access all his data, or memories as he preferred to call them. And there was one image he could not forget, but he couldn't recall how he'd gained that memory. It involved Sass and Zanorian, and one thing he did not like was putting them together - neither in a sentence, but especially not on a ship.

Even worse - on a ship without him. He may still be referred to as Admiral, but that was obviously a courtesy when his wishes were ignored, and he has to stand by as Sass leaves with Zanorian for an assignment.

But when he learns that Tasha is in danger, nothing will hold him back.

What can I say? I love Admiral Branden Kel-Paten and will simply adore any and all stories Linnea Sinclair offers giving glimpses into the Happily Ever After of Kel-Paten and Tasha.

Kathy Andrico - KathysReviewCorner.com

FTC Disclaimer: I did receive an ARC directly from Linnea Sinclair to review. However, this website only posts "good" reviews. If I cannot post a positive review, I notify whoever has provided me with the book/ARC/ebook.