First Line Friday (week 318): The Christmas Clue to Finding You

Posted December 1, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, Christmas, contemporary, First Line Fridays, Pepper Basham, romance / 5 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 The Christmas Clue to Finding You by Pepper Basham. It was originally part of the Christmas in Mistletoe Square collection but has just been released this week on its own.

and the first line is…

Gran always said that the mountains “hugged” Kedgewick Creek.


After five years away, Piper Dawson returns home to Kedgewick Creek and is pulled into a Christmas Scavenger Hunt that resurrects a heartbreak from Christmas past she’s not quite ready to mend. Will a matchmaking granny, a little Christmas magic, and a cute guy in a kilt make all the difference to her Christmas yet-to-come?

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5 responses to “First Line Friday (week 318): The Christmas Clue to Finding You

  1. Gloria A

    Cuba, July 1898
    The Stars and Stripes fluttered in the hot breeze above the captured trenches of San Juan Hill.
    All She Ever Dreamed by Robin Lee Hatcher

  2. Happy Friday!

    I’m just starting Christmas Baggage by Deborah M. Hathaway.
    “Work was hectic, as usual, but adding the Christmas party on top of that made [Claire] run back and forth like a chicken with its head cut off.”
    I hope you have a great weekend!

  3. Paula Shreckhise

    Loved Pepper’s book!
    My first line is from book three in the Waters of Time series by Jody Hedlund.
    Stay With Me
    Someone or something was watching her.

  4. This looks like a cute Christmas story! I’m currently reading Five & Dime Christmas, a novella collection set in 1881. The first line from the first story, “A Merry Little Christmas” by Susanne Dietze, is: “One false move, and Hattie Scott would surely ruin Christmas.” ~ Hope you have a great week!

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