Welcome to First Line Friday’s hosted by Hoarding Books.

Today I’m featuring More Than Meets the Eye by Karen Witemeyer. Lively, witty conversations, exciting adventure and mystery, tender heartfelt moments of family love and a sweet budding friendship that grows into love. This story has it all! CLICK HERE to read my review.

Special Bonus:  Be sure to visit my Author Interview with Karen Witemeyer (Click Here) and enter to win a autographed print copy of More Than Meets the Eye!


July 1894 — Pecan Gap, TX

          Logan Fowler dismounted outside the Lucky Lady Saloon, anticipation thrumming in his veins. Seven Years. That was how long he’d been waiting to enact justice.


Will Logan find the justice that he’s looking for, or will he find something else instead?
You will have to pick up a copy of this wonderful story to find out!


Now it’s your turn!

Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. To see what First Lines others are sharing this week head over to Hoarding Books.

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27 thoughts on “First Line Friday: More Than Meets the Eye

  1. Patient man! But does he really want justice or revenge?

    Here’s the first line from the next book in my TBR pile — A Rebel Heart by Beth White. “Selah could hear the horses thundering closer, oncoming hell and destruction.” Happy Friday!

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  2. I love Karen Witemeyer and will definitely be reading this book in the near future. The book I’m featuring on my blog is “The Country House Courtship” by Linore Rose Burkard. Since I’m still reading this novel, I will share the first line in Chapter Seventeen here. “Mrs. Royleforst finally made her public entrance among the guests after taking breakfast in her room and spending much of the day abed.” Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

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    1. I enjoyed the author interview you posted of her. Since I’m an author too, it’s fascinating how different we all are and how varied the methods to accomplish the same task. Thanks for sharing it.

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  3. This was a fun read. I’m looking forward to the next book already!

    Here’s the first line of The Road to Magnolia Glen by Pam Hillman (I hope to finish this one this weekend):

    The Lady Gallant in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean – January 1792
    “Keep your brother away from my sister!”

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. This looks like an interesting read. Thanks for sharing!

    I’m sharing about “Just Let Go” by Courtney Walsh on my blog today, but I have “The Hawaiian Discovery” by Wanda Brunstetter and Jean Brunstetter waiting for me to read next.

    Middlebury, Indiana

    Ellen Lambright finished sweeping the kitchen floor and paused from her work to brew a cup of tea.

    Have a great weekend!

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  5. Happy Friday to you as well! Let me share the first line of my current read from Suzanne Rindell, Eagle and Crane:

    “They bump along the country road, rolling through golden hills that are punctuated with granite boulders and dotted with clusters of oak trees that appear blackish green from afar.”

    Have a happy weekend! ❤️📚❤️

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  6. Loved this book!!!

    Happy Friday!!!

    Today on my blog, I’m sharing the first line from As The Tide Comes In by Cindy and Erin Woodsmall. Here I will share the first line from a short story I’m currently reading. It’s called “A Lady of Scandal” by Heather B. Moore. It’s very good.

    “Hugh couldn’t help but think of his biggest question about Anthony and Lady Bridget. Why had Anthony offered to marry her?”

    Hope you have an excellent weekend filled with good reading time!

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  7. I loved Karen’s latest!
    A Vast and Gracious Tide by Lisa Carter
    “Sergeant First Class Caden Wallis grinned as his CO whistled – perhaps the fifteenth time today – that same tune again.”

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  8. This one is on my TBR and I’m actually hoping to get to it soon!
    The book I’m sharing this week is Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte but I’ll share here the book I’m currently reading which is Blind Spot by Dani Pettrey: “Luke crouched behind an orange shipping container, dreading to think what it held. Have a great weekend and happy reading!

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  9. Happy Friday! My first line is from Light My Fire by Susan May Warren:

    “His knee had turned into a melon, achy and soft, and Tucker Newman’s entire body throbbed, right down to the marrow.”

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  10. My first line is from Lone Witness by Rachel Dylan

    Guilty. That’s the only possible verdict.


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