First Line Friday (Week 17): Fetching Sweetness

July 22, 2016 Dana Mentink, First Line Fridays 40

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Whew. I am so glad it’s Friday! How about you?

And since it’s Friday, it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line!

The book I’m featuring today is Fetching Sweetness by Dana Mentink, and it will be released on July 26th (Kindle) and August 1st (paperback)

fetching sweetness

And the first line is….

“Stephanie regretted driving over the wedding cake.”

HA! I’m laughing already! Cannot wait to properly dig into this book. Zuzu is excited too!

So… what’s your First Line on this Friday?

Let me know in the comments and then head over to share your First Line with these friends:

Bookworm Mama

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If you’d like to join us on your blog for First Line Fridays, shoot me an email and let me know! 🙂

And don’t forget to enter my giveaway for The Things We Knew by Catherine West!

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Carrie

40 Responses to “First Line Friday (Week 17): Fetching Sweetness”

  1. carylkane

    Julia Foster lifted her gaze to the clear October sky as a lark swooped past. The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky

    HAPPY FRIDAY! 🙂

    • Carrie

      yay! Love Carrie’s series!! HAPPY FRIDAY indeed – to you too, Caryl 🙂

  2. Trixi

    This is from Love You Always by Jan Editti Thompson, her 6th Savannah Sweethearts novel. I love her writing 🙂

    “We’re not hungry” five-year-old Peggy said earnestly, “we had turkey and bacon”.

    Now the fact little Peggy is talking about cat food makes it funnier!!

  3. Sydney

    Oh nice! That is on my TBR pile too!

    Late-afternoon shadow chased Gilbert Whelan up the long drive to the O’Leary mansion.

    Irish Shadows by Susan Ann MAson

  4. Cara

    “He told himself a story.” – The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski

    This is the third book of the trilogy. Can’t way to see how everything plays out. It has been an awesome ride so far. #thefeelsarekillingme

  5. RachelS

    Oh, that’s on my review list for August! Sounds funny! 🙂

    “Ireland, July 1815 “Tell us a story, Niall,” Pierre asked, his empty tankard dangling from his fingers.” ~ O’er the River Liffey by Heidi Ashworth.

    • Carrie

      lol lol – you are on a mission to make me swoon as much as possible with all your mentioning of Aidan Turner and Drew and Richard Armitage, aren’t you? 😉

  6. Anne Rightler

    Let me tell you how it all really began.

    Love is Something You Do by Shery and Bobby Burnette

  7. Elizabeth

    “I last attended worship service on a blustery Sunday in March, the year I turned seven.” – Jaded by Varina Denman (I’m almost half way through the book and can barely put it down!)

  8. Marylin Furumasu

    I CAN’T write the first line of the book I’m reading right now because I’m a beta reader for a new book by Kristen Heitzmann. I CAN say it’s fantastic and you’ll want to read it when it comes out. The first book in her new series IS out and just as good. “I Told You So.”….. Look it up!

    • Amanda J.

      I can’t wait for the undisclosed title you’re reading to release. Told You So was one of those books that sticks with you and keeps you thinking LONG after you’ve finished it–so good. You know, it may be time for a reread.

  9. Winnie Thomas

    “You know why I have called you here, do you not?” So Rare a Gift by Amber Lynn Perry.

  10. Becky Smith

    From His Timeless Treasure by Kristen Ethridge: “For the love of pizza. Just stay put, will ya?”

  11. Andrea Stephens

    The book closest to me is Parade of Stories, (my childhood friend). The first story is “One Cold Day” by Elizabeth Coatsworth
    “One cold day in late November, when the first show was beginning to fall, a little boy got lost in the woods.”
    I also want to share what is on the title page.
    Parade of Stories
    Books are friends-
    Come let us read…
    This is the book my mom bought before I was born. As an adult looking back, I can see where my love of books began.

  12. Amanda J.

    “Killing Edward Stevens was beyond her proper ways.” ~One Plus One Equals Trouble by Sondra Kraak.

  13. Pam K.

    “The last thing a bride needs to fret over on her wedding day is whether the ceremony will take place.” A Sparrow in Terezin by Kristy Cambron.

    • Carrie

      i love that book!! i think i forgot to make the rounds yesterday too – no worries! 🙂

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