First Line Friday (week 331): Winning His Trust

Posted March 2, 2023 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, romance, Toni Shiloh / 17 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 Winning His Trust by Toni Shiloh. I always love her books and I’m eager to read this one, too! That adorable kid on the cover – all the heart eyes!!

and the first line is…

“I’m telling you, this will help our sales.”


To build a future together

They must both let go of the past…

Returning home after a bad breakup, Jordan Wood is eager to prove she can run her family’s store. Setting up a partnership with Declan Porter’s struggling adventure business might do the trick. But the handsome single dad is set in his ways—in business and in love. Can winning his—and his son’s—heart help them all heal?

From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

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17 responses to “First Line Friday (week 331): Winning His Trust

  1. Gloria A

    Fall 1894
    The Blakeslee ballroom glittered as couples swirled around the dance floor.
    To Enchant a Lady’s Heart by Robin Lee Hatcher

  2. Why do I feel like “this” won’t wind up helping their sales at all? But it does sound like a fun beginning.

  3. Kay Garrett

    New York City 1883
    Travelers sluiced from the newly arrived trains onto the platforms like privy much into the sewer, halting and sluggish.
    THE NURSE’S SECRET by Amanda Skenandore

  4. Thank you so much!
    On Monday morning I glanced in my rearview mirror, eye-balled my crooked tiara, and thought, not for the first time, that I should be nominated for sainthood.
    First to Fall by Jenny B Jones

  5. The Maid’s Diary by Loreth Anne White

    Slowly, she slides between sleep and consciousness. A shard of cognition slices through her-no, not sleep. Not in her bed. Not safe. Panic stirs. Where is she? She tries to swallow, but her mouth is dry. There’s an unfamiliar taste at the back of her throat. A sharper jolt of awareness cracks through her. Blood-it’s the taste of blood.

  6. I’m so excited to read Winning His Trust! I’m currently reading Depending on the Cowboy by Jill Kemerer. The first line is: “Women made him nervous.” Have a great week!

  7. I’m so late! It’s been a crazy, busy weekend. Anyway, I’m currently reading To Win Her Hand by Jen Geigle Johnson. It’s cute!
    “Lord Featherstone craned his neck until he could no longer see Lady Loveluck exiting outside to wait for her carriage.”
    I hope you have a wonderful Sunday!

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