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 Tunnel Creek Ambush by Kerry Johnson. I loved her first book – Snowstorm Sabotage – and I know I’ll love this one too!
and the first line is…
Kinsley Miller crept toward Whisper Mountain Tunnel, a prickling sensation climbing the back of her neck.
Danger lurks in the shadows…
and a police dog is keeping watch
Officer Jasper Holt never thought he’d see his high school girlfriend, Kinsley Miller, again—much less become her protector. But when the wildlife biologist returns home for her aunt’s funeral, she’s attacked twice in a matter of hours. With his K-9 partner at his side, the single father will protect Kinsley with his life. But can they uncover the reason behind the assaults…before the next strike becomes the last?
From Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith.
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Looks like a good one. I hope you enjoy it. Have a great weekend!
you too, Cindy!
Samantha Warren served what felt like her thousandth Sparkler – a red, white and blue layered cocktail she’d created in honor of the Fourth of July.
MURDER SERVED NEAT by Michelle Hillen Klump
i’ve had my eye on this series 🙂
That sounds thrilling!
Have a great weekend!
yay! you too 🙂
This is an author on my want to read list.
I am reading Blueberry Blunder by Amanda Flower next. The first line:
My heart was racing faster than the little pig that zoomed around the factory as if his curled tail were on fire.
haha what a great visual!
I’m currently reading Murmur in the Mud Caves by Kathleen Denly. It’s a pretty good read!
“Sweat soaked Biddie’s bodice and dripped down her face as she worked with Lucy and Virginia to fill their wheelbarrow with clay from the banks of the narrow creek bed.”
I hope you have an excellent weekend! 😀❤️📚
I enjoyed this book! I’m reading Loving the Rancher’s Children by Mindy Obenhaus and the first line is: “Alli Krenek hadn’t felt this well rested in ages.” Have a great week!