First Line Friday (week 287): Their Alaskan Past

Posted April 28, 2022 by meezcarrie in Belle Calhoune, Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, romance / 9 Comments

Happy Friday & 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. Today, I’m featuring the first line of Their Alaskan Past by Belle Calhoune! Alaska is definitely on my bucket list to visit, but until then I enjoy reading series set here.

and the first line is…

“Being back home in Owl Creek, Alaska, felt more painful to Ace Reynolds than a tooth extraction.”


Could their unexpected reunion lead to a second chance?

She broke his heart years ago

But now she needs his help

Veterinarian Maya Roberts has complicated feelings about her ex—Iditarod racer Ace Reynolds—returning to Owl Creek, Alaska. But he’s the perfect person to help with her dog rescue. Now they’re working together, caught by their tangled past and still-unresolved feelings for each other. But a second chance with Ace isn’t just about forgiveness. It means sharing the secret that’s kept them apart…

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9 responses to “First Line Friday (week 287): Their Alaskan Past

  1. Gloria A

    Maya giggled as she raced down the beach to the ocean waves, breathing in the salty air and enjoying the feel of hot sand between her toes.
    The View from Coral Cove by Amy Clipston

  2. Winnie Thomas

    “Natalia Blackstone always considered the third floor of her family’s bank the most fascinating five thousand square feet in the entire United States.” Written on the Wind by Elizabeth Camden

    Carrie, my dear BFFFC, I just got back from Alaska! If I’d known you wanted to go, I’d have taken you with me! We were in Ketchikan for the second time. I’ve also been to Anchorage twice.

  3. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line comes from Written on the Wind by Elizabeth Camden:

    “Natalia Blackstone always considered the third floor of her family’s bank the most fascinating five thousand square feet in the entire United States.”

  4. Kay Garrett

    Pamela Paterson smiled to herself. The conference had gone so smoothly, unfolding just as she and the other organizers had planned.
    DEATH OF A KNIT WIT by Peggy Ehrhart

  5. Diana Hardt

    This comes from Mulberry Hollow from Denise Hunter. Two glaring realizations flashed through Wes Garrett’s mind as he blinked against the morning sunlight: he was alone in the camping shelter, and he was soaked to the skin. A few other insights struck–his head throbbed, his muscles ached, and despite the July heat, chills racked his body.

  6. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently finishing up The Murder of Mr. Wickham by Claudia Gray. If you love Austen’s novels, you will love this book. It’s so good!
    “As much as Juliet had learned of the arts of deception of late, she knew she was as yet not proficient.”
    Hope you have an excellent weekend. Happy reading! 😊

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