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 Choose Me for Always, Cowboy by Valerie Comer!
and the first line is…
“How could the atmosphere glow so brightly when not a speck of blue sky could be seen?”
A runaway bride and her would-be rescuer cowboy, stranded together in a remote cabin in a rogue snowstorm…
Itinerant farrier Noah Cavanagh has driven in some of the worst conditions in western Montana, yet this whiteout has him considering options for holing up until the storm passes. Then he spots a car that slid off the remote highway. A Good Samaritan like him can’t let the stranded woman freeze to death out here on her own.
Taryn Bellamy’s unwelcome discovery had billowed her previous niggles about her fiancé into full-blown doubt, so she’d driven right on by the wedding venue. Instead of Hawaii-bound on her honeymoon, she’s now stuck — literally — in a spring blizzard. When a cowboy in a solid-looking truck stops and suggests she join him at a nearby ranch to wait out the storm, her spidey-senses are on full alert, but what choice does she have?
Can Noah constrain himself before he tries to rescue Taryn from everything else in her life, too? Because some things are beyond the help of a knight in shining armor.
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She was only a little girl, but already she felt the sting of being different.
Strong winds rattled the sides of the buggy as Stephen Lapp pulled into the Green Valley Farmer’s Market.
An Amish Marriage of Convenience by Rachel J. Good
The opening of this one asks an excellent question. Now, I want to know what the answer is.
My first line today is from the excellent book by Elizabeth Musser:
By Way of the Moonlight:
Atlanta, Georgia Thursday, March 5, 2020
DINOSAUR BONES FOUND IN BUCKHEAD BACKYARD
“Eli Ross had a black eye, a fractured wrist, and nothing else to his name.” The Last Way Home by Liz Johnson
That sounds like a fun story! I shared the first line from Forged in Steele by Susanne Sleeman. https://daniellegrandinetti.com/2022/08/12/forged-in-steele/