First Line Friday: This Wandering Heart

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Today I am excited to be featuring This Wandering Heart by Janine Rosche. This wonderful debut novel is one you won’t want to miss. Enjoy traveling to fun locations through the pages of the book! Be sure to add it to your ‘want-to-read list’ in Goodreads!

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          Ever since she was seventeen, Keira Knudsen’s internal compass needle had failed to point north.

 

 

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First Line Friday: The Chisholm Trail Bride

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Chisholm Trail Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower #12) by Kathleen Y’Barbo. Each of the books in this collection stand on their own, and take a look at a different time in American History. Feel free to jump in with any story that catches your attention. I will say however, that I have read and enjoyed each story in this collection.

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April 1880
On the Chisholm Trail
North of Waco, Texas

          The stars at night were big and bright. Eliza Gentry sighed. Was there any more beautiful sight? There couldn’t possibly be. A wisp of cloud drifted lazily over a nearly full moon while the cattle lowed in the distance. 

I took the liberty to add a few extra lines because I just felt like you needed to gain the full picture. I wanted to keep going, but atlas, I must stop.  Be sure to pick up a copy to enjoy!

 

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First Line Friday: The House at the End of the Moor

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Today I am excited to be featuring The House at the End of the Moor by Michelle Griep. I loved reading this newest book! An exciting page-turning adventure you won’t soon forget! Be sure to snag a copy to enjoy!

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March 1861
Dartmoor Prison, Devon, England

Death prowled the cell block like a dark animal seeking prey–especially the weakest.

 

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First Line Friday: A Beautiful Love

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Today I am excited to be featuring A Beautiful Love by Megan Walker. This sweet regency romance is the debut book for Megan Walker and quite the delightful story. A fun twist on The Ugly Duckling. CLICK HERE to see my review.

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     “Welcome back to Mayberry Park, Mr. Blake.”

   A footman held the coach door open in anticipation. Though Preston’s mind told him to move, some invisible force glued him to his seat. He was not ready to be back at the Avery’s estate. A year was too soon after all that had plagued him.

 

Okay, so you caught me. I couldn’t just stop at the first line! I just had to include a little extra to give you a little taste. Why does Preston not want to be at the Avery estate? What has happened in the last year? Hmmm…. guess you’ll have to pick-up a copy and find out!

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First Line Friday: The Runaway Bride

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Runaway Bride (The Bride Ships #2) by Jody Hedlund. From start to finish, this book captivated both my imagination and my heart. I couldn’t put it down! CLICK HERE to see my full review and then snag a copy for yourself!

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Vancouver Island
September 18, 1862

          Today she might meet the man she’d marry.

 

 The Runaway Bride (The Bride Ships #2)

 

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First Line Friday: A Life to Live

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Today I am excited to be featuring A Life to Live by Toni Shiloh. This sweet story of second chances and forgiveness is sure to bring a smile to your face.

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Mia smiled at the passport attendee.

 

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  A Life to Live

 

Before you dash off… There is a giveaway running on the blog this week. Click here to check it out!

 

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First Line Friday: The Brightest of Dreams

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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.

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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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First Line Fridays: The Tea Chest

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Tea Chest by Heidi Chiavaroli. This captivating, dual time-line story is one that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to stop back next week to see my review!

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Naval Special Warfare Center
Coronado, California

          The bell was beautiful.

 

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  The Tea Chest

 

Before you go….Don’t miss out on entering the Giveaway for Waltz in the Wilderness (the book I shared last Friday) CLICK HERE!

 

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First Line Friday: Waltz in the Wilderness

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Today I am excited to be featuring Waltz in the Wilderness (Chaparral Hearts) by Kathleen Denly.  This debut novel released this week, and I have been enjoying my time with these characters. Check out the first line below and then be sure to snag a copy to enjoy this weekend! Be sure to check back here on Monday for a fun giveaway!

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October 1850
California Gold Fields

“No!”

The scream pierced Eli, ripping her from sleep.

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  Waltz in the Wilderness

 

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First Line Friday: Veiled in Smoke

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Today I am excited to be featuring Veiled in Smoke (The Windy City Saga #1) by Jocelyn Green. This fantastic historical romance whisked me back in time. I felt like I was right there in Chicago! Be sure to snag a copy of this new book!

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Chicago
Thursday, September 28, 1871

Meg’s father was gone. Again.

 

 Veiled in Smoke (The Windy City Saga #1)

 

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