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Thursday, November 9, 2017

Thankful Author 2017- Sandra Tilley


Our gratitude to Angela Hayes for providing the opportunity for us authors to share our THANKS.
I have so much in my life to be thankful for, and I am. But if I have to share one thing…

I'm so thankful that I've lived long enough to hold and kiss and love my grandchildren. 


Blurb

Libby Miller is a good Southern girl and good Southern girls know the rules. But fate has no rules. On her nineteenth wedding anniversary, fate whips up a tornado of turmoil when Libby finds her husband Neil in the arms of his assistant. But the storm’s not over. Neil flips his BMW, and Libby comes home to find his ghost in the dining room. How is Libby supposed to grieve and move on with Neil’s ever-present, meddling ethereal presence in her life? 

With her twentieth high school reunion looming, Libby finds herself torn between two men from her past. One man promises passion and a new beginning, and the other wants to pick up where they left off. Neil stirs up a maelstrom of mischief, making it almost impossible for Libby to sort through the rubble. Libby anticipates a confrontation between her two suitors–not a shadowy stalker who chooses the reunion as his setting for a showdown. 

In Libby’s quest for independence, she rejects the one man who can save her. Can she compromise the price of her freedom, or will it cost her a second chance at love and put her life in danger?

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18 comments:

  1. I'm looking forward to that moment as well! Happy Thanksgiving and congratulations on your release.

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  2. Thank you, Charlotte. I've been on this journey called life a lot longer than you and have had so much to be thankful for. But it's a special moment when you get to hold the child of YOUR child.

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  3. Sounds both exciting and humorous! Best wishes and enjoy those grand-kid hugs!

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    1. Thanks, Susan. We're adding two more grands within the next two months. Traveling to Maui to get lots of hugs and kisses!

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  4. Such a simple but all-encompassing thing to be thankful for.

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    1. It's taken a lot of being thankful to get to this place in my life. :)

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  5. My grandchildren keep my young, Sandra. Absolutely adore them! Wishing you all the best!

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    1. Thanks, Mary. They definitely keep us young and active!

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  6. I'm still raising my kids, but I hope to have grandchildren one day. The Ghost and Mrs. Miller sounds like an interesting read!

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    1. Judith, seems like yesterday when I was raising mine. :) Still can't believe it sometimes. Thanks for coming by!

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  7. Family is what's closest to the heart, after all. Have a wonderful holiday season!

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    1. Thank you, Laura. Hoping you have a lovely holiday season as well.

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  8. You are one lucky woman. Enjoy those grandchildren

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    1. And I am very grateful for the opportunity. Thanks, CB.

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  9. I agree with you, Sandra. I love my two year old granddaughter very much.

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    1. It's like the greatest reward for raising our kids! Two is a wonderful age. We have a two-year-old grandson. :)

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  10. What a lovely gratitude and I hear a couple more grandbabies are on the way. You'll have more kisses to give away. Enjoy.

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    1. Yep, and I'm saving up the kisses! Hope you get to meet them!

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