First Line Fridays – Guilt By Association

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This week I’m featuring Guilt By Association (Murder in the Mountains #3) by Heather Day Gilbert.  Watch for my full review coming soon!

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          “You sure you’re okay with this, Tess?” My Mother-in-law, Nikki Jo, pulls a red coffee cup from her cabinet. She knows how uncomfortable I am with the latest call from my mom.

 

Ok, you caught me! I gave you more than one line.  I just couldn’t help but toss in a extra two. I felt you needed to get the full effect. This story will keep you on your toes, and turning pages to find out what happens next!

 

Now it’s your turn!

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First Line Fridays: The Mayflower Bride

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This week I’m featuring The Mayflower Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower #1) by Kimberley Woodhouse. Be sure to read my review (click here)!

 

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Monday, 12 June 1620
Leyden, Holland
          A splinter of wood pierced Mary Elizabeth Chapman’s thumb as she crept behind her lifelong friend Dorothy Raynsford. 

 

 

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First Line Fridays: The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

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

Please be sure to enter the giveaway that is running this week. I am unveiling my logo for Joy of Reading and giving away a book. Click Here!

This week I’m excited to share with you the first line from Laura Frantz’s newest book The Lacemaker. I’m loving this story, and I hope that you pick up a copy to enjoy as well! My full review will be coming soon, so keep watching.

 

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May 1775

          Elizabeth took a breath, breaking an intense hour of concentration.

 

Hmmm… It begs to question, what had Elizabeth been doing that she was so deep in concentration?

 

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First Line Fridays: My Heart Belongs in Niagara Falls, New York by Amanda Barratt

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

Before we start the First Line Festivities, I’d like to give you a personal invitation to follow my site, and or visit again on January 1st. I will be unveiling my logo for Joy of Reading and giving away a book. Be sure to stop back in!

This week I’m featuring My Heart Belongs in Niagara Falls, New York by Amanda Barratt. This fantastic, page-turning story releases January 1, 2018 (soon my friends)!  Click here to read my review, and learn more about this book.

 

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Derbyshire, England April 1870

          As the coachman loaded her trunk onto the carriage, nausea churned inside Adele’s stomach.

 

Where is Adele going? Sounds like where ever it is, that she is quite nervous about making the trip!

 

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First Line Fridays: If Not For Thee

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Today I’m featuring “If Not For Thee” by Amber Lynn Perry. This is the first Christmas Novella from Amber Lynn Perry and it was a sparkling delight! (You can read my full review by clicking here).

This story is perfect for enjoying with a hot drink and the glow of Christmas lights. If you haven’t yet had the chance to read this charming story, you will want to make sure to snag a copy as soon as possible (the e-copy is  currently on sale for .99c – click here)!

 

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          “Absolutely not”
          Margaret Main gripped the smooth handle of the axe and raised it over her head before slamming it down on the submissive chunk of wood.

 

 

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First Line Fridays: A Wreath of Snow

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This week I’m featuring one of my favorite Christmas Novella’s from a few years ago.
A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs.  A story of love, and forgiveness set in Victorian Scotland. This is a story that you’ll want to add to your collection and pull out to enjoy again. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of reading this story you can read my review by clicking here.

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Stirling, Scotland
24, December 1894

In all her twenty-six years, Meg Campbell had never been this cold.

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First Line Fridays: Whither Shall I Go?

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

This week I’m bringing to you the first line from “Whither Shall I Go?” by Gina Holder. I’m just getting started on this book, and I am enjoying this story and curious about what happens next. Be sure to watch for my review! On sale for only .99c!

 

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October 28, 1911
Cades Cove, Tennessee

          A simple melody wafted across a grassy meadow, through a wheat field begging for harvest, and over a stream trickling between smooth stones.

 

This line sure sets a beautiful scene and begs the question, where is the melody coming from?

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First Line Fridays: The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright

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

Wow! Here we are, the first Friday in December! Christmas songs are playing on my favorite radio station, decorations and lights are just about everywhere you look. Christmas is in the air!

This week I’m featuring The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright. I’ve been reading, and enjoying this page-turning book! I have been telling friends and strangers about this book, and I foresee it showing up under a few Christmas tree’s on Christmas morning! My full review will be coming soon!

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Oakwood, Wisconsin
March 1906

Death had a way of creeping up on a soul, and Ivy Thorpe was determined that when it visited her, she would not be surprised.

 

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First Line Fridays – The Outlaw’s Second Chance

Welcome to First Line Friday’s hosted by Hoarding Books. A special Thanksgiving edition of First Line Friday’s.

Today I’m happy to feature “The Outlaw’s Second Chance” by Angie Dicken. For those not familiar with this story you can see my review by clicking here.  This fun book features a Land Run, a scene taken right from the very pages of history! What’s that you say? You’ve never heard of The Land Run? Then you really need to read this wonderful book!

 

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The Cherokee Strip
September 15, 1893

          Aubrey Huxley rushed over when her father shoved his boney finger against the customer’s shoulder.

 

Why is Aubrey’s father accosting a customer?
What will happen next?

 

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First Line Fridays – A Moonbow Night

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

This week I’m featuring A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz. This wonderful, page-turning historical novel is sure to not only entertain you, but to give you a glimpse into what life was like on the early American frontier. To read my review (click here)
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April 1777

What cannot be cured must be endured.

 

 

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