First Line Friday: Three Little Things

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Today I am excited to be featuring Three Little Things by Patti Stockdale. This debut book is scheduled to release on February 4, 2020. I’ve heard such good things about it, and I’m eagerly anticipating diving into this story.  Check out the first line below and then click on the title to be taken to Amazon for a more detailed look!

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September 15, 1917
Split Falls, Iowa

          Not once in eighteen years had Hatti Waltz considered praying for a plague.

 

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 Three Little Things

 

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First Line Friday: On Wings of Devotion

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Today I am excited to be featuring On Wings of Devotion (The Codebreakers #2) by Roseanna M. White.  This fantastic story released earlier this week and I recently started reading it. Friend, let me tell you, right from the very first pages I’m hooked and can’t put the story down!  Check out the first line below and snag a copy for yourself!

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Charing Cross Hospital
London, England
1 February 1918

          A stranger stalking down the street shouldn’t make her hands tremble in anticipation.

 

On Wings of Devotion (The Codebreakers #2)

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First Line Friday: An Uncommon Woman

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Today I am excited to be featuring An Uncommon Woman by Laura Frantz.  I’m currently reading and loving this newest book by Laura Frantz. It officially hits the shelves next week, but you can preorder your copy today! Be sure to come back to check out my review soon!

 

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Buckhannon River, Western Virginia
Spring 1770

          Why could she not quit pondering that flounced petticoat?

 

 An Uncommon Woman

 

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First Line Friday: The Thief of Lanwyn Manor

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Thief of Lanwyn Manor (Cornwall #2) by Sarah E. Ladd. This new Regency Romance releases early January. Available for per-order now.

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Cornwall, 1818

        Julia Twethewey never considered what it would feel like to look down the barrel of a flintlock pistol.

 

 

 The Thief of Lanwyn Manor (Cornwall #2)

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First Line Friday: The Major’s Daughter

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Major’s Daughter (Fort Reno #3) by Regina Jennings. I really enjoyed reading this story. The Oklahoma land run garnered much attention and has many stories of treachery and heroism. With vivacious characters, and a simmering friend-to-more love story, you are almost certain to enjoy your time spent in the pages of this story!

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April 16, 1889
Purcell, Chickasaw Nation

          We’re getting a town lot, and it’s purt near guaranteed.

 

  The Major’s Daughter (Fort Reno #3)

 

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First Line Friday: Misleading Miss Verity

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Today I am excited to be featuring Misleading Miss Verity (Daughters of Aynsley #3) by Carolyn Miller. I absolutely loved this story, these characters, and the setting! From the first page till the last, I was swept into the regency era and enveloped within the lives of the characters.

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 Bath, England
January 1820

          It was the sobbing that decided her.

 

 

Misleading Miss Verity

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First Line Friday: Christmas at the Circus

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Today I am excited to be featuring Christmas at the Circus by Joanne Bishof. Pour yourself a hot drink and snuggle up with this heartwarming Christmas story! Enjoy a heartwarming visit with Charlie, Ella and Holland Lionheart for their first Christmas.

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December, 1890

          Ella Lionheart hefted a jar of flour onto the work surface, placing it with a cloud of dust to rival that of the high-flying aerialist and their grand landings in the center ring.

 

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Christmas at the Circus

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First Line Fridays: The Rebel Bride

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Rebel Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower #10) by Shannon McNear.  Each story in the Daughters of the Mayflower series stands alone, so you could jump right in at any point. However, all of the stories are so very good that you won’t want to miss out on reading one!

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September 20, 1863
The Battle of Chickamunga

          “Hold the line! For the love of God, hold it!”
Not for the first time, Joshua Wheeler wondered if he’d descended into hell.

 

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A collection of stand-alone stories!

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First Line Friday: Serving Up Love

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Today I am excited to be featuring Serving Up Love (A Harvey House Brides Collection) by Tracie Peterson, Karen Witemeyer, Regina Jennings and Jen Turano. This fun collection of stories are sure to not only entertain you, but to bring a smile to your face and a flutter to your heart! CLICK HERE to see my full review.

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A Flood of Love by Tracie Peterson
August 1929
Gretchen Gottsacker stepped from the train and looked around at the tiny town of San Marcial, New Mexico–pronounced Mar-see-all by those of Spanish descent and Mar-shall by the white settlers.

 

More Than a Pretty Face by Karen Witemeyer
Gainesville, Texas  1902
“I’m not going to marry her, Mother.”
Caleb Durrington bit the inside of his cheek to keep the rest of the words piling up on his tongue from escaping.

 

Intrigue a la Mode by Regina Jennings
Emporia, Kansas  1898
The breakfast rush had ended, and Willow Kentworth had already reset her station. There was nothing to do now except patrol her table and guard against horseflies dying on the starched tablecloth or lilies wilting in the crystal vase.

 

Grand Encounters by Jen Turano
El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon, Arizona  1908
“I know you mentioned you’ve sworn off gentlemen forever, but Mr. Tall, Dark and–need I say–Delicious is here again, and, unsurprisingly, he’s sitting in your section.”

 

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  Serving Up Love: A Harvey House Brides Collection

 

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First Line Friday: The Highlanders

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Today I am excited to be featuring The Highlanders (Smitten Historical Romance Collection). Never underestimate the heart of a Highlander in these four romantic novellas set across two centuries from 1715 to 1915. CLICK HERE to read my review.

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Night Fox by J’Nell Ciesielski
Scotland, 1717
Another Carriage on parade, another plump pheasant ripe for the plucking.

 

A Tender Siege by Naomi Musch
His Majesty’s Forces at Bushy Run, Pennsylvania  August 6, 1763
Lachlan McRae pressed his chest to the earth behind a fallen chestnut tree.

 

The Year Without Summer by Janet Grunst
1816
Cold wind blew off the loch as Grant Cummings headed toward Loch Ness Tavern, one of the inns in Fort Augustus that catered to the men working on the Highland’s Caledonian Canal.

 

The Violinist by Jennifer Lamont Leo
Sandpoint, Idaho  May 1915
Callan MacTavish never saw it coming.

 

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  The Highlanders (A Smitten Historical Romance Collection)

 

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