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

Today I am excited to be featuring The Brightest of Dreams (Canadian Crossings #3) by Susan Anne Mason. While this book is the 3rd in the series it can easily be read on its own. This story of the Brittish Home Children is sure to wrap itself around your heart.


Nova Scotia, Canada
May 28, 1919

          Quinten strode along the Halifax sidewalk with determined intent.



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  The Brightest of Dreams


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7 thoughts on “First Line Friday: The Brightest of Dreams

  1. That was a great book by Susan Anne Mason!

    My first lines are from Collision of Lies by Tom Threadgill
    Thirty Seconds. If they were still arguing, she’d call the cops then. Let the professionals deal with them.

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  2. I’m sharing the first line of The Jane Austen Society on my blog today. I just started reading If For Any Reason by Courtney Walsh. Here’s the first line of chapter 1: “Emily Ackerman hummed when she was nervous.”

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  3. Happy Friday! On my blog I’m sharing the first line from a Mary Connealy book, Woman of Sunlight. Here’s the next line:

    “Her face was peppered with half-healed blisters left from having chicken pox, but she resisted the urge to slap her hands over her scabby cheeks.”

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  4. Happy Saturday! 😊
    Yesterday I shared the first few lines from Blind Dates, Bridesmaids, and Other Disasters by Aspen Hadley. I’m just starting chapter 10, so I’ll share a line from there.
    “Sunday night I was lounging in the comfy over-stuffed chair in the corner of my room, flipping through an old copy of Pride and Prejudice that I’d read a few times.”
    Hope you have a great weekend filled with awesome reading time. ❤📖

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  5. I loved Brightest of Dreams, especially how it highlighted some points of history I was personally unaware of. On my blog today I’m sharing the first line from Jenny B Jones So Over My Head:

    “If my love life were the knife toss at a circus, I’d have Luke Sullivan speared to the wall with an apple in his mouth.”

    Hope you have a great rest of your weekend!

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