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 A Ranger for the Twins by Tanya Agler, currently on tour with JustRead Publicity Tours, LLC (the company I own with my book sisters).
and the first lines are…
A drop of beige paint landed on Lucie Decker’s arm. Perfect. Now more paint dotted her and her overalls than remained in the can.
She fell from grace…
Before falling for him
When her husband defrauded the town of Hollydale, now-divorced mom Lucie Decker went from being the town darling to total pariah. Now she’s launching a new business and needs ranger Caleb Spindler’s help. And her twins adore Caleb. After all, he’s a genuine hero—even if he is hiding a secret. But while Lucie’s heart has forgotten how to trust, it still remembers how to fall in love…
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My first line is from The Prince of Valor by Susan May Warren. Such another great book by SMW!
As long as Hamilton Jones had breath in his body, nothing, not even tooth decay, would hurt his little girl.
Sorry typo. Should by The Price of Valor by Susan May Warren
Thanks for taking time to share your book with us and it’s always a pleasure in our family to learn about a new one.
Kathryn Stinson slowed to take the Lee exit for the Berkshires. After two and a half hours of high-speed driving on the Massachusetts Turnpike, she welcomed the shift to a more leisurely pace of travel and life in general, here in the westernmost corner of the state.
SHUNTOLL ROAD by Leslie Wheeler
Sounds like a good read.
A Ranger for the Twins sounds good!
What a great first line! Now I want to know why and how Lucie was covered in paint.
Thanks for the chance to win!
Over on my blog I am sharing the first line from Miss Tavistock’s Mistake by Linore Rose Burkhard. “Mrs. Filbert! Only guess what I have learned from my uncle!” Miss Tavistock, the nineteen year old orphaned ward of the Duke of Trent, rushed across the great library of Toadingham to where her companion, Mrs. Filbert, lay settled upon a settee amongst layers of pillows near the fire, sniffling and sneezing.”
Have lovely weekend!!
I’m sharing the first line from Storing Up Trouble by Jen Turano on my blog. I’m currently on chapter 22, so I’ll share a line from there.
“Before Norman could fully process the idea of a giggling Theo, Stanley was escorting Theo into the room, beaming a bright smile at her, one she was certainly returning.”
I hope you have a great weekend. 🙂❤📚
Happy Friday! My first line is from “Valley of Shadows” by Candace West:
“The torrent swept away Lorena’s well-devised surprise into the muck.”
Very cute cover. I liked the blurb. It sounds like a wonderful book. Thank you for sharing.
This comes from The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck. It was the breeze, a change in the texture of the unseen that made her look and walk around a stand of shading beech trees. Charlotte paused on the manicured green of the Ludlow Estate for a pure, deep breath, observing the elements of the day–blue sky, spring trees, sunlight bouncing off the parked-car windshields. But instead of solitude, Charlotte found her piece of Red Mountain busy and burdened with shoppers, seekers, and bargain hunters. The annual antiques auction to raise money for the poor was in full force on the estate’s luscious grounds.
This one sounds cute.
My first line is from POINT OF DANGER by Irene Hannon.
“The package was ticking.”
“Bear Glover stood in the equipment warehouse, his mood growing darker by the moment.”
The Mechanics of Mistletoe by Liz Isaacson