Valentine’s Day Book Blitz Countdown (Day #12)
Julie Coulter Bellon is the author of more than a dozen romantic suspense novels. Her book All Fall Down won the RONE award for Best Suspense and Pocket Full of Posies won a RONE Honorable Mention for Best Suspense.
Julie loves to travel and her favorite cities she’s visited so far are probably Athens, Paris, Ottawa, and London. She loves to read, write, teach, watch Castle, Hawaii Five-O, and eat Canadian chocolate. Not necessarily in that order.
Julie offers writing and publishing tips as well as her take on life on her blog ldswritermom.blogspot.com You can also find out about all her upcoming projects at her website juliebellon.com
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Facts About the Author:
- I will never forget that I am accident prone and shouldn’t go
anywhere near a trampoline.
about writing is all the people I meet. Most of my books involve law
enforcement and I have been lucky to meet several military and law enforcement
people that have helped me make my books as authentic as possible. In
order to give back in a small way, I partnered with Operation Care and Comfort
and did a Skittles for Soldiers food drive at my book signings. I
collected over 900 lbs of food and hygiene items to send to our troops overseas
to let them know that they are never forgotten and always appreciated.
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and I’d like to hear more of yours. Do any of you have any experience
overseas?” Jake asked.
tours in Afghanistan under Colt before I was promoted to Captain myself.” He
jerked his thumb toward Colt. “He’s served four and is the captain of our troop
in Joint Task Force 2.”
“I believe our troop’s equivalent in JTF2 is a SEAL team.”
thought. “Mr. Smythe and I have served overseas together in the SEALs,
but now he works for the CIA and I’m with Homeland Security.” That summed it up
without going into any detail.
can call me Ryan. Mr. Smythe sounds so formal.”
instead opened the bag the Admiral had given him and took out the phones to
pass them out. “These are secure so we can be in contact with each other
from now on.”
approach Ms. Amari, but her folded arms and the irritated look in her eye made
him pause. What could I possibly have done to offend her already? He
left the phone on the table and stepped back, flipping past the first few pages
in the folder to find the contact protocols. “Looks like we have a transport
plane that will take us to Algeria leaving in three hours. We’d better get
as his head tilted toward the woman. “Not to be rude, Jake,
but you seemed to have forgotten one introduction.” His tone was borderline
mocking, especially when he’d said his name, but Jake decided to let it go.
He’d just told the Admiral he’d try to figure out a way to put their personal
issues behind them and he was going to keep his word.
reached for the phone he’d left for her on the table. Sliding it into her pants
pocket, she crossed the room toward the door. “The only thing you need to
know is no matter what your name or title is, I’ll be the lead on this team.
And I expect to be included in every briefing from now on.” She turned to face
him with a nod. “Commander.” And then she walked away, closing the door
behind her with a soft snick in her wake.
that’s a wrinkle I didn’t expect.