First Line Friday (week 391): Disappearance in Pinecraft

Posted April 25, 2024 by meezcarrie in Amish, Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, Lenora Worth, mystery/suspense, romance / 11 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 Disappearance in Pinecraft by Lenora Worth. I always enjoy Lenora’s books, though I’m behind on her recent books. This one really has my attention, and the first chapter excerpt I read has me even more eager to read it soon!

Disappearance in Pinecraft by Lenora Worth

and the first line of Disappearance in Pinecraft is

Someone was following her.

and now her life is on the line.

When Adina Maas arrives in Pinecraft to find her missing sister, she’s blindsided by abductors who attempt to kidnap her. To her surprise, Nathan Kohr, a familiar face from her past, is there to save her. And it’s clear that whatever trouble Adina’s sister is in, Adina is now a target, too. But with Nathan’s help, can they find out who’s after the Maas sisters before Adina is the next to disappear?

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11 responses to “First Line Friday (week 391): Disappearance in Pinecraft

  1. Gloria A

    Don’t read this book.
    It’s embarrassing.
    And private.
    Loyally, Luke by Pepper Basham

  2. (Prologue) Dear Reader, This is a cautionary tale. A tale of family, literary classics, podiatry, matchmaking, Shakespeare, and distance.
    from Authentically Izzy, by Pepper Basham

  3. Happy Saturday!
    I’m just starting A Cross-Country Wedding by Courtney Walsh. So far, so good!
    “Bea doesn’t like me.”
    I hope you are having a great weekend! Happy reading!!!

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