Historical Romance Novel BELOVED ENEMY is Released
Sheila Munds-Belbin explores the effect of war on the lives of people in her fiction romance novel featuring "Beloved Enemy: A Conflict of Love and Duty" (published by AuthorHouse UK). First released in May of 2013, a new marketing push is set for this enthralling and thrilling saga.
This book covers a 20-year period from 1942 onwards. It tells the story of Allison, a young woman in the British Women's Army whose mother was German and who agrees to become a spy. She is parachuted into enemy-occupied France and helped by the French resistance to reach the German border where she is met by members of the little known German resistance. Her job is to seduce Colonel Von Richter, an officer in the Wehrmacht who works in intelligence and who is involved in troop movements. Everything is planned down to the smallest detail, but then something unforeseen happens. Allison and the colonel fall deeply in love and now, their greatest dilemma is when love conflicts with duty.
"A book about a major world war is always of interest to readers young and old," Munds-Belbin says. "Very little has been written about the German resistance and the plight of people with dual nationalities with families in two countries and the heartbreak it can bring."
"Beloved Enemy" clearly shows the futility of war and imparts the message that there are good and bad in all races, and that there will always be a conflict between love and war.
About the Author
Sheila Munds-Belbin is a retired lawyer. In 2008, she married Dr. R. Meredith Belbin, an international management consultant. She lives near Cambridge.
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