Posted by: Author | November 11, 2014

New Release- Thanks for Giving

November 8th was the release day for this weekend read (Short story under 10,000 words) from my publisher, Sweet Cravings Publishing. This one is just long enough for you to have something to read while your holiday pie bakes. My heroine in this one gets interrupted in the process of baking her pies and would that we all had a hot guy at our door distracting us from baking, right?

This one is dear to my heart as I celebrate the gift of life that bone-marrow donors give. BUY LINK


Molly Touchstone and Chip French were high school sweethearts who broke off their exclusive relationship when he moved to another state when they were in their junior year. Chip visited his grandparents periodically and would see Molly when he was in town. They completely lost touch their freshman year of college, leaving Molly broken-hearted when Chip didn’t return to visit any longer.

Ten years later, Chip has moved back to town and now has a medical degree. An oncology intern, he’s on a quest to find a bone marrow donor for one of their friends from school who has leukemia. In the process of finding this donor, Chip asks Molly to be tested to see if she’s a match.

Molly’s feelings for Chip are rekindled but when he comes around, she seems to make him angry. Afraid to risk her heart again, she bristles each time they come into contact.


  1. Reblogged this on Ramblings of a Writer and commented:

    A Thanksgiving sweet romance celebrating bone marrow donation to save lives.

  2. Sounds like my kind of read. Looking forward to reading it.

    • thanks Lavada. It’s a short one for sure!

  3. The buy link isnt’ working. Is it just me?

    • It was broken but I think I fixed it now.

  4. That’s a former TT, right? I have to get it!

    • it is, Iris. Last year around this time. Thanks.

  5. The buy link just worked for me. And what a great premise and important issue. Congratulations on the new release, Jillian!

    • thanks Laurie. I’ve been on the donor list since the 90s when a friend’s daughter had leukemia and he wanted everyone he knew to test for a match. I wasn’t one but signed up to be a donor anyway since it’s an easy way to try to help save a life.

    • AND thanks for the support as always!

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