First Line Friday (week 269): An Endless Christmas

Posted December 23, 2021 by meezcarrie in Christian, Christmas, contemporary, Cynthia Ruchti, First Line Fridays / 10 Comments


Happy Christmas Eve & welcome to the First Line Friday link-up! It’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. (My apologies for not posting last week – you can read my explanation here) Today, I’m featuring the first line of An Endless Christmas by Cynthia Ruchti, one of my very favorite Christmas re-reads!


and the first line is…

What did she say?”

 

An award-winning novelist’s heartwarming story about family and love lost, found, and finally truly revealed at Christmas.

Christmas takes a very different turn when the guests of honor break up instead of announcing their engagement. Trapped with his family, they learn that love looks different than either imagined. Both in their eighties, Dodie and Wilson Binder celebrate every Christmas as if it were their last. This year, their grandson Micah is planning to ask his girlfriend, Katie, to marry him so they can celebrate with the whole family. But things go very wrong when she says “no.” Now they are stuck. Too many people, too much snow, and too little room should be a recipe for disaster. But sometimes too much is just enough. Especially when it’s Christmas.

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10 responses to “First Line Friday (week 269): An Endless Christmas

  1. Diana Hardt

    This comes from A California Christmas by Brenda Novak: Dallas Turner figured he shouldn’t be surprised when he walked into his mother’s kitchen to find someone who wasn’t part of the family in her kitchen.

  2. Jeanne Bishop

    “Grace Ferguson gripped the Model T’s window frame and leaned forward, breath caught in a suppressed gasp.” I’m reading “The Mistletoe Countess” by Pepper Basham. It’s a wonderful Christmas read!

  3. I LOVE this!!! I did NOT know she had a Christmas book and now I want it, LOL!!!! She is an author I NEED to catch up on. Merry Christmas, Carrie, praying you through this season. Sending love, hugs, and prayers.

  4. Debra J Pruss

    Priscilla Anderson set the bow-dryer on high and simed the heat at Nancy’s damp hair with oe hank, a round brush in her other hand to smooth the slightly curly hair. Dangerous Christmas Memories by Sarah Hamaker.

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