Welcome to the blog tour for Ashes, Ashes by Julie Coulter Bellon!
Julie is the author of seven international suspense novels: Through Love's Trials, On the Edge,Time Will Tell, All's Fair, Dangerous Connections,Ribbon of Darkness and All Fall Down. She loves her work partly because she gets to travel to distant lands to research and add an authentic feel to all of her books. Her favorite cities so far are Athens, Paris, Ottawa, and London. She taught journalism at BYU for fourteen years and that kept her on the cutting edge of current events and world news---which is where she gets her story ideas. She also has one non-fiction title: Be Prepared: A Parent's Guide to the Duty to God and Eagle Scout Awards---What You Should Know and is part of two compilations, How Will Christmas Find Us and Life Lessons From Mothers of Faith. She is the mother of eight children and when she's not busy being a mom or a writer, you will find her browsing through bookstores to add to her book collection, at the library borrowing books, or reading the treasures she's found.
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Colby grabbed Rafe’s backpack and pulled out two flash bang grenades. Rafe was calling in reinforcements, but Colby knew they might not make it in time to help.
“You guys head for the garage, I’ll meet you there,” Rafe said, ending his call.
Colby took Sophia’s hand. The fire seemed to be coming at them from every angle. “Keep down,” he told her. She just nodded and he was glad she was agreeing, since she looked more than panicked. He opened the side door leading to the garage and peeked around the corner.
“We can’t leave Rafe behind, but the motorcycle won’t take three of us.” She was talking so low Colby could hardly hear her.
“We’re not leaving Rafe. He’s going to take care of the three in the back and we’re going to open the garage and take care of the ones out front.” He pulled her toward the corner behind a large barrier in the garage. Colby was always amazed with what the safe houses were equipped with. Who else would need a concrete barrier in a garage?
“Stay here, and keep this safe.” He handed her the backpack with the laptop and flash drive in it.
She did as she was told, clutching the bag to her. Colby didn’t linger, but got ready to throw out the flash bang. He pulled open the side garage door, just far enough so he could see two of the men standing guard, waiting for them to be smoked out. He threw the grenade and shut the door, but as soon as he heard the explosion, he pushed it open and darted out.
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