Author: Julie Coulter Bellon
Series: Hostage Negotiation Team #1
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Format: Audio, eBook, Print
Date: September 20, 2012
Publisher: Stone Hall Books
Ring around the rosy, a pocket full of posies, ashes, ashes we all fall down…
That simple rhyme turns negotiator Claire Michaels’ current hostage situation into an international incident. Claire just wants to help get everyone out safely, but as the crisis escalates she realizes she’s dealing with an al-Qaeda operative who has the means to become another bin Laden—with the potential to attack America. Claire has her own personal reasons for wanting to stop al-Qaeda, but time is slipping away as negotiations break down. Can she overcome her scars of the past in order to get the hostage out alive and possibly stop an assault on U.S. national security?
Navy SEAL Rafe Kelly is on leave to recover from a knee injury he suffered during his tour in Afghanistan and he doesn’t expect to be fighting terrorists on his home turf. But when he is taken hostage and his brother is kidnapped, Rafe teams up with a hostage negotiator in order to stay alive and get his brother back. The terrorist is always one step ahead of them, however, and the situation quickly turns from desperate to deadly. Will Rafe be able to save himself and his country without anyone he loves getting caught in the crossfire?
(Cover updated 2015)
I LOVE it when a book starts out action-packed from page ONE and this book did just that!
Suspenseful all the way through with just enough romance to make you smile.
Clair is just trying to do her job AND help someone else who has gone through what she had to.
Rafe is just trying to save his brother AND make sense of the loss of his best friend.
Can they help each other? Who else can the trust? Read and find out 🙂
This book keeps you on the edge of the page as you have to keep turning to find out what happens next! There are some really good twists in this storyline!
I got my free copy today of All Fall Down in the mail from Julie Coulter Bellon. Thank you, I can’t wait to start reading it.