First Line Friday (week 166): One More Tomorrow

Posted October 25, 2019 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, giveaway, Melanie Stevenson, romance / 18 Comments

Happy Friday! And welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books!!! Since it’s Friday, it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. Today, I’m featuring the first line of One More Tomorrow by Melanie Stevenson!

And the first line(s) of one more tomorrow are…

“Daddy, no!

Her fists scrunched the front of her father’s shirt.

“Please, Daddy! Don’t go!”


One woman finds herself bound to a past she cannot forget.

Another, driven by past choices she can neither change nor accept.

It’s been over a year. That should be enough time to forget a first love. But aspiring artist Katie Banks is still waiting. Not even Justin Burke, her university classmate, has been able to erase the hurt Aiden Ford inflicted, or weaken Katie’s resolve to never date a man who doesn’t share her faith. When Katie accepts a scholarship to study in Paris, it places much-needed distance between her and Justin. But love still eludes her, until a stormy night and a tragic accident change everything. The possibility that she and Aiden might be able to find their forever love this time both excites and terrifies Katie. Can she forgive past hurts, or will the walls she’s built to protect herself keep love a distant dream?

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18 responses to “First Line Friday (week 166): One More Tomorrow

  1. Janice Moore

    “Libby Sheffield had never stopped to wonder what she would take specific note of if she were to ever stumble upon as dead body” is from Jamie Jo Wright’s book “The Reckoning of Gossamer Pond.”

  2. Kay Garrett

    “Welcome to Smythe Orchard,” I said, smileing brightly at the group of holiday shoppers stepping off a shuttle bus. “I’m Winona Mae Montgomery, but you can call me Winnie. I live here on the farm with my granny, who you all know as Granny Smythe.”
    APPLE CIDER SLAYING by Julie Anne Lindsey

  3. Gloria A

    I am reading PROTECTING TANNER HOLLOW by Lynette Eason, which contains four novellas. This is the first line from Lethal Conspiracy, the second novella:
    Firefighter Jason Tanner held the hose on the flames that threatened to consume the two-story Victorian home.

  4. On my blog, I’m featuring The Elusive Miss Ellison by Carolyn Miller. Here, I will share the first line in Chapter Nine of my current read, It All Started at the Masquerade by Janice Cole Hopkins. Melanie awoke to find Gemona sitting beside her bed watching her.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Becky Smith

    Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Wedding Dress Christmas” by Rachel Hauck:

    “In the glow of the town’s newly strung Christmas lights, all her fears seemed to fade.”

  6. “Kallie stepped onto the creaky porch and tucked the last of the firewood into the crook of her arm, praying it would hold out until the storm died down.”
    –from Over The River and Through The Woods

  7. Oh wow what an emotional start!
    Sorry I’m late to visiting this week. On my blog this week I shared the first line from Memories of Glass by Melanie Dobson but I just started reading Coral by Sara Ella so I’ll share the first line from chapter 2 here: “This is not my home.” Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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