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

Today I am excited to be featuring Where Dandelions Bloom by Tara Johnson. History comes to life within these pages and a story unfolds that both captivates and entertains. CLICK HERE to read my full review!


April 12, 1861
Howell, Michigan

          “Cassandra Kendrick! What have you done?”


Uh-oh! Sounds like someone is in trouble… What did Cassandra do? Or maybe what is she being blamed for?  Hmmm…

Click on the title below to snag your copy:

    Where Dandelions Bloom



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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20 thoughts on “First Line Friday: Where Dandelions Bloom

  1. Happy Friday!
    Today, on my blog I am sharing the first few lines from The Governess of Penwythe Hall by Sarah E. Ladd: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2019/07/04/first-line-friday-92/. I’m currently just starting Cameo Courtships. It’s a short story anthology that I’m liking so far. Here’s the first line from the first story, “Pinned Above her Heart” by Susanne Dietze:

    London, England, April 30, 1851
    “Don’t touch anything, Letitia.”

    Hope you have a great weekend filled with fun reading!

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  2. I just won that book! Can’t wait to read it!

    My First Line is from A Reluctant Belle by Beth White:
    June, 1860
    Tree limbs slapped Joelle’s face as she ran through the woods behind the bathhouse.
    Loved this second book in the Daughtry House series.
    Happy reading!

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  3. Howell, Michigan? I live less than an hour from there. How cool! I’m currently reading A Chance at Forever by Melissa Jagears. I’ll share the first line from Chapter 28. “I’m sorry to interrupt.” Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. I’m looking forward to reading this one.

    I’m sharing from Sing a New Song by Candee Fick on my blog, which is a fun contemporary romance. I’ve just started reading Across the Blue by Carrie Turansky, which is set in England in 1909. Here’s the first line:

    “Isabella Grayson’s shoes sank into the plush red carpet of Broadlands’ south hall, and she released a soft sigh. What luxury!”

    Its about the early days of aviation, and I’m enjoying it. Have a great weekend!

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