After All Is Said And Done - A Novel of Infidelity, Healing & Forgiveness

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What would you do if you found out the son you loved wasn't yours? Ethan Harrington's world has just been shattered...
Nobody wakes up one morning and decides this is the day they are going to cheat on their spouse, but when the opportunity presents itself - it ultimately becomes a choice, and that choice, whether good or bad, can have irrevocable consequences. More

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About Belinda G. Buchanan

Adultery, alcoholism, & mental illness are very real, but sometimes overlooked, social issues that I like to write about.

Why, you ask?

Because drama is raw, drama is pure-and drama evokes emotion like no other. And when you combine it with tall, dark, & handsome-it's positively electrifying. Giving my characters these afflictions is what makes them human, warts and all. Even heroes have a chink or two in their armor.

My stories are filled with angst, intimacy, despair, and hope. If you like these things, and don't mind a few racy scenes or a sprinkling of profanity here and there, then my books are for you.

I have written three novels to date: "After All Is Said And Done", "The Monster of Silver Creek", and the recently released "Seasons of Darkness".

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Review by: Rowan Scott Davis on Jan. 23, 2013 :
As far as endings go, I loved the end of this. I, myself am an alcoholic and readily accept that fact. I never at any point deluded myself into believing otherwise, unlike Ethan. A character I found to be stronger than any others in this story. Sure, he turns to alcohol which i am far too familiar with but does that make him weak? His wife however, I had a hard time giving a damn about happened to her. A charming story.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: John Pansini on Sep. 07, 2011 :
There's a lot of story here. The pacing is a bit quick at times, but the characters are interesting. Would make an excellent TV soap opera series. I am looking forward to the next book by this author.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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