First Line Friday (week 322): Kiss Me on Christmas

Posted December 30, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, Christmas, contemporary, First Line Fridays, romance, Sarah Monzon / 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 Kiss Me on Christmas, a Christmas romance from one of my fave authors (and people) – Sarah Monzon! You can pick up the ebook as part of the Destination Christmas collection for only $0.99, and I’ve got links for the paperback on its own down below.

and the first line is…

Confession: I’m thirty-four years old, and I still make a Christmas list every year.


Single mom Kaitlyn Stafford has never considered Christmas a balancing act, but when her sister calls with the news that she’s getting married in less than two weeks—on Christmas Day—that’s exactly what the holiday looks like becoming. Helping with the out-of-state wedding will be fun. The challenge will be doing so while accommodating her neurodivergent son’s need to keep every single one of their Christmas traditions while they’re away from home. It’ll be tricky, but she can do it.

At least, that’s what she thinks before her son’s favorite YouTuber, Beckett Walsh, shows up on the scene, knocking her world off-kilter with his speaking glances and knowing smiles. How on earth is she supposed to pull off her balancing act when her world’s just tilted on its axis?


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9 responses to “First Line Friday (week 322): Kiss Me on Christmas

  1. I make a Christmas list, too. Of course, it’s partially because my family asks for one. But it does help with the returning gifts after Christmas. The only thing I’m returning this year is something I ordered for my sister-in-law that wasn’t as expected. Fortunately, I was able to find it for her some place else.

  2. Paula Shreckhise

    Sorry if my other post made it. It was the wrong book. I did it last week.
    Here is the first line for this week!
    The Rose and The Thistle by Laura Frantz. Another fantastic book!
    April 1715 France
    Struck by sunlight, the sprawling chateau was a blinding, rose-hued white.

  3. Paula Shreckhise

    Carrie, several if these links keep telling me the captcha code is incorrect. I cannot leave a comment on Plain Spoken Pen and Remembrancy

  4. Gloria A

    I like the cover and sounds like a fun book. I just finished The Sleigh Bells Chalet by Jennifer Griffith, part of the Christmas House Romances series. The first line is:
    Bing Whitmore stomped toward the stables, the gravel crunching beneath his work boots. “It’s not about the loss of income, Freya.”

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