All’s Fair by Julie Coulter Bellon

July 2, 2008 | 6 Comments
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All’s Fair by Julie Coulter BellonAll's Fair
Author: Julie Coulter Bellon
Genres: Romantic Suspense, Suspense/Thriller
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 188
Date: July 28, 2008
Publisher: Covenant

Political campaign expert Kristen Shepherd excels at staying cool under pressure, but this time she’s in over her head. After leaving her high-profile fiancé at the altar, she uncovers the shocking truth about the man she nearly married—truth that could ruin her life. With the press on her tail, the only person she can trust is Ryan Jameson, her political opponent and former boyfriend.

Army doctor and LDS convert Brandon Shepherd shares his sister Kristen’s talent for keeping a level head, and his newfound faith gives him steady strength during times of turmoil. But when he and fellow doctor Rachel Fields are seized as Iraqi prisoners of war, he faces a crisis of personal integrity that may cost him his life.

In this gripping tale of unlikely heroes and unexpected romance, two siblings must risk everything for freedom. And in the heat and sand of enemy territory, they discover that all’s fair in love, even if not in war.


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About Julie Coulter Bellon

Julie Coulter Bellon

Julie Coulter Bellon is the author of more than a dozen romantic suspense novels. She loves to travel, read, write, teach, watch Castle, Hawaii Five-O, and eat Canadian chocolate. Not necessarily in that order.

6 responses to “All’s Fair by Julie Coulter Bellon

  1. gryffinkat

    I was frankly disappointed by this book. The pacing was all off — Bellon tried to do too much and didn’t give herself enough time to fully develop either the characters or the plot.

  2. Teri Rodeman

    I Really loved this book!!! I thoroughly enjoy fiction that takes us into the Middle East to see and understand what’s going on. A hard-to-put down book.

  3. Liz Hall

    Amazing book! Edge of your seat action. Loved it! It was well researched and gave you a great insight into a soldiers point of view. I also loved that there were multiple well developed characters that you could really relate to. Definitely would recommend it to anyone to read!

  4. Cindy Wedding

    I spent eight years as a military spouse, and two as a military contractor. Bellon’s ability to place a fictitious situation smack in the middle of a real-world conflict with seamless transition is impressive! I felt drawn to her vivid characters and interested in the outcome of all storylines. Truly one of the most enjoyable reading experiences I’ve had in a long time. Kudos to the author and I can’t wait to read something she writes in the near future!

  5. Anonymous

    All’s Fair was an exciting book that kept me on the edge and could not put it down. I gained a greater understanding of what the soldiers are going through in the war. Would definitely recommend it to others. I love that you keep the romance in there along with the suspence. Your books get better and better.
    October 8,2008 5:30pm

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