Posted by: Author | January 22, 2013


Finally, it’s release day for this story. To tell the truth, I never thought I see this day since I never could seem to get this story quite like I wanted it. The content editor gave me some confidence since she liked it so much but I still have my doubts about it.  I guess that’s part of being a writer and letting your stories out into the world- the insecurity of whether or not it’s good enough. Of course, the good news is that my sales are never quite at the number I dream of so maybe it’ll be okay.  LOL!


Donya Spencer, a busy art gallery manager in London, finds herself battling double vision and dizziness. She doesn’t have time to be ill and finds herself battling the national health care system for months. When she finally gets to see a specialist, she finds the man to be sexy, handsome, and very much her type. Knowing there can be no relationship due to medical ethics, she tries to resist his charming manner.

Colin Knight is the heir to a baronetcy whose father is pressuring him to marry and have children. This is an impossible task for Colin. He’s also a neurosurgeon who hasn’t opened his heart to love since the death of his young girlfriend many years ago. He works hard at the career he pursues relentlessly in an effort to somehow atone for the accident that killed his love. He meets Donya, and the comfortable bachelor life he’s made for himself is turned upside down

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  1. Yay!!!! I love this!!! So happy for you!

    • Thanks Arabella. I dedicated it to our friend Donna

      • That bitch? I hope she appreciates it!!!

      • I’m quite sure she won’t –

  2. It sounds totally delicious.

    • Thanks Carolyn. This one, I’m quite insecure about. LOL!

  3. Congrats on your release! As soon as it’s on Amazon, it’ll jump to my kindle…

  4. Jillian, I am so happy for you. It sounds like an engaging story. Her hairstyle is my favorite of all hairdos.

    • Thanks Flossie. I told the cover artist to make the heroine look artsy. She did. I love it.

  5. Way cool, Jillian. Congrats on getting the story out there.

    • Thanks Laurie. I just hope the six people who read it like it.

  6. Congratulations. Love the cover. And I love the video! Hilarious! Hoping you have many sales.

    • Thanks Suzanne. I appreciate the good wishes.

  7. Sorry to be so late, this moving stuff take sooooo much time. Wishing you late best wishes for a successful release.

    • Thanks Lavada. Be careful in the move- don’t hurt anything.

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