Sunday, November 2, 2014

Thankful Author- Sandra Dailey

November 2, 2014
Featuring Sandra Dailey

What I’m thankful for:
2014 has been an active year. 
The sequel to Common Enemy, Close Enemy, is almost finished and two other stories have begun.
Love abounds in the Dailey home with a new grandson, Daniel, and another grandson, Corbin, who should arrive by the end of the year. This will bring our total to eleven.
A new generation began in our family with the birth of our lovely great-granddaughter Sonja.
I’d also like to mention my father and father-in-law who passed at the beginning of this year. They were both extremely ill, so in a way, it was a blessing.

Sandra Dailey lives in North Florida with her husband and house plants. She has four children, ten grandchildren, and a goldfish named Clementine. She has a passion for needle crafts, reading and writing. Her addictions are chocolate, coffee, and football. She loves to hear from fellow readers and writers. Her first two books, The Chief’s Proposal and Twice the Trouble are contemporary romances and also available in eBook and print. She is currently hard at work on Close Enemy and a couple other surprises.


Jordan Holbrook is the single mother of a five-year-old daughter. She’s just inherited her Grandmother’s house in South Florida where she’s hiding from an abusive ex-husband who’s been released from prison early. A new man in her life isn't part of her plans.
Connor McCrae is a handyman who lives out of his van. He walked away from a privileged life and loving family after being badly scarred in a vicious attack. He doesn't believe a woman’s love is in the cards for him.
What brings them together is a rundown house, a mutual attraction, and a Common Enemy.
Bobby Ray Butler is cutting a path of murder and mayhem through south Florida in his quest for vengeance. His sights are set on his ex-wife and anyone who gets in his way.

Buy links:

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(Also available in print)


  1. Wow! A great grandchild! Congrats! Lots to be thankful for.

    1. Hi Katie! I've found that it's not as strange to be a great-grandma as it is to hear my daughter be called grandma.

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    1. Thanks so much for hosting me, Angela. (8) here's hugs.

  3. You've had wonderful blessings, as well as some sad times. Thanks for sharing them with us. (I smiled at your comment about hearing your daughter called grandma!)

    1. Glad you came by, Barbara. It has been a mixed bag of emotions this year.

  4. It sounds like a year of both joys and sorrows--maybe the best kind. Congratulations on all the grandparenting!

    1. Hi Liz! There's never a dull moment in a big family.

  5. You look far too young to be a great-grandmother! But I am envious as to the excitement that must abound at Christmas time.

    1. Holidays and any other time to celebrate are a free-for-all in my house. Thanks for stopping by, Charlotte!

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