Bella Stone

Warriors love harder when bullets fly.

Bella Stone

Warriors love harder when bullets fly.

Annabella Stone and Bella Stone are the alter egos of a wife and mom, who was lucky enough to find happy ever after with her own personal hero.

Annabella loves to write Military Romance and Romantic Suspense where warriors love harder when bullets fly. She believes in love at first sight and wants everyone to have the happy ever they deserve. Even if they have to dodge bullets and fight with everything that they are to get it.

Born and raised in Ireland, Annabella has a Grá for a good story and the breakfast blaa, but funnily enough, prefers Jack Daniels to Irish whiskey. Having lived across 7 countries and 3 continents over the last thirty years, she loves to explore new places and cultures. In her world, coffee is king, and she is 100% sure it deserves it’s own food group.

Annabella is owned by a pack of malamutes, whom she loves to both work and show. If you can’t find her at the computer writing, chances are she and her woofers have escaped to enjoy at day at a dog show, or they are on a mountain trail with the dryland rig or the sled, depending on the time of year.

Annabella’s motto is “Live life like a malamute who found the gate open, but take the time to enjoy the sights while you’re running.”

Bella Stone is the MF Pen name for Annabella Stone, all books published under this name will be MF. While there may be character crossover to my Annabella stories, the storylines etc. will be different to the story arcs in Panthers, Tags of Honor, etc.

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