First Line Friday (week 375): Saving the Single Dad’s Bookstore

Posted January 4, 2024 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, Nicole Lam, romance / 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 delighted to feature the first line of Saving the Single Dad’s Bookstore by Nicole Lam. I love the cover and the concept of this story, and I’m delighted to see diverse characters!

Saving the Single Dad's Bookstore by Nicole Lam

and the first line of Saving the Single Dad’s Bookstore is…

When Gianna Marchesi walked into Tang’s Terrific Tomes at eleven thirty on a Saturday morning, she didn’t expect to find it full of men in hard hats and yellow vests.


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9 responses to “First Line Friday (week 375): Saving the Single Dad’s Bookstore

  1. Gloria A

    “Wellington!” My adorable, fluffy Newfoundland dog was still on the groomer’s table as I entered Peggy’s Pet Shop and Pooch Salon.
    Murder at the Blarney Bash by Darci Hannah

  2. Kay Garrett

    Tim removed his wedding band. He opened a little cedar box, set the ring on a tiny satin pillow inside and closed the lid. He placed the box on a rough-hewn mantle over his fireplace. His fawn-colored pug with glistening black eyes sat at his feet. Tim whispered, “She’s not coming back.”
    REMAIN TRUE AMANA by Thomas Nye

  3. This looks like a charming premise for a story, especially a light romance. I’d read it if only I had the time! LOL

  4. Happy Friday!
    I’m just beginning The Earl Next Door by Ashtyn Newbold. I’m excited to read it. Newbold is such a fun author!
    “Is it kindness or folly that might induce a genteel young lady to approach a gentleman to inform him of such a personal matter as a tear in his breeches?”
    I hope you have a great weekend filled with relaxing reading time. 😊

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