First Line Friday (week 320): The Holiday Hunt

Posted December 15, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, Christmas, contemporary, First Line Fridays, romance, T.I. Lowe / 6 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 Holiday Hunt, a light-hearted holiday romance by one of my faves, T.I. Lowe! I love her books and her writing style so much – if you haven’t read anything by her yet, you are really missing out.

and the first lines are…

Moving along the edge of the damp street, I kept my eyes on the mark. Not an easy feat to pull off discreetly while trying to avoid patches of ice, just let me tell ya.


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6 responses to “First Line Friday (week 320): The Holiday Hunt

  1. Gloria A

    This sounds cute. I found out that it is free right now on Amazon, so I snatched it up. I am reading Honeymoons Can Be Hazardous by Amanda Flower. The first line is: “Can you smell the love in the air, Millie?” my dearest friend, Lois Henry, asked as she walked across the Harvest Square and inhaled deeply. “It’s positively magical.”

  2. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line comes from All the Lost Places by Amanda Dykes, which I just finished.
    Once upon the dawn of time, there was water. Before there were stars, before the Maker set life into earth, breath into lungs, beast ir man to roam…there was water. Dark and reaching, stirred not by wind but by the spirit of the Almighty himself.

  3. That’s a great first line! I’m reading The Veteran’s Holiday Home by Lee Tobin McClain. The first line is: Principal Ashley Green looked at the redheaded, freckle-faced eleven-year-old in front of her and tried to maintain a stern expression.”

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