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

Today I am excited to be featuring Hope’s Highest Mountain by Misty M. Beller. This story delivered all the drama and beautiful word imagery that I have grown to love from this author. I especially appreciate how she seamlessly weaves the gospel truth and a deep love of God into the characters in such an organic, natural way. CLICK HERE to read my full review!

Hope's Highest Mountain

October 1866
Montana Territory

“They say the last man who attempted this died in the doin’. Rest his soul.”


A line that that begs the question, “What are they attempting to do?” Adventure awaits my friends in the pages of this newly released book from Misty Beller. Don’t miss out!

Hope’s Highest Mountain (Heart of Montana #1)


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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14 thoughts on “First Line Friday: Hope’s Highest Mountain

  1. I’m sharing the first line from Stitches In Time by Suzanne Woods FIsher on my blog this week. I’m on chapter 4 so I’ll share the first line of that chapter here. “Later in the week, Luke drove by the Bent ‘N Dent one afternoon and slowed the horse.” I hope you have a nice weekend and lots of reading time!


  2. Sounds interesting, and the cover is beautiful. On my blog, I’m featuring The Elusive Miss Ellison by Carolyn Miller. Here, I will share the first line in Chapter Nine of my current read, It All Started at the Masquerade by Janice Cole Hopkins. Melanie awoke to find Gemona sitting beside her bed watching her.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  3. Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Wedding Dress Christmas” by Rachel Hauck:

    “In the glow of the town’s newly strung Christmas lights, all her fears seemed to fade.”

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  4. “Kallie stepped onto the creaky porch and tucked the last of the firewood into the crook of her arm, praying it would hold out until the storm died down.”
    –from Over The River and Through The Woods

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  5. LOVED this one!!
    Sorry I’m late to visiting this week. On my blog this week I shared the first line from Memories of Glass by Melanie Dobson but I just started reading Coral by Sara Ella so I’ll share the first line from chapter 2 here: “This is not my home.” Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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