A Peter Pan inspired story unlike any you’ve read before.
About the Book
Claire Kenton believes the world is too dark for magic to be real–since her twin brother was stolen away as a child. Now Claire’s desperate search points to London… and a boy who shouldn’t exist.
Peter Pan is having a beastly time getting back to Neverland. Grounded in London and hunted by his own Lost Boys, Peter searches for the last hope of restoring his crumbling island: a lass with magic in her veins.
The girl who fears her own destiny is on a collision course with the boy who never wanted to grow up. The truth behind this fairy tale is about to unravel everything Claire thought she knew about Peter Pan–and herself.
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Now it’s your turn! Grab the book nearest you and drop the first line in the comments. Then head over to Hoarding Books and discover what others are sharing this week!
Oooh…a dark retelling of the Peter Pan story? I’m in!
Oh my goodness, what a line! Have a good weekend!!
Nicole Santana says
I’m currently reading Georgana’s Secret by Arlem Hawks (a very cool name, btw). I’m on chapter 12, so I’ll share the first line from there: “Seawater made poor wash water.” I think I’d have to agree! Hope you have an excellent weekend. ❤
Becky Smith says
Happy Friday! I’ve been in the mood to read my old Victorian novels, so my first line is from “St. Elmo” by author Augusta J. Evans. This is not the actual first line, but one that I like for how descriptive it is:
“Until her wild song waked echoes among the far-off rocks, the holy hush of early morning had rested like a benediction upon the scene, as though nature laid her broad finger over her great lips, and waited in reverent silence the advent of the sun.”
Anneliese Dalaba says
On my blog, I am sharing the first line from the Christian non-fiction, Courage, Hope, and Healing by Mary Pappas. It’s the compelling story of her battle against cancer. Here, I will share the first line from Chapter Five: Staring blankly out of the dining room window, I waited for the telephone to ring.
Beauty in the Binding says
Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first line from A Foreign Crown by Jen Geigle Johnson. “The mist over the water cleared enough that Prince Layton Christian Wilhelm could see through his spyglass the Jolly Roger unfurl off the topmast of the enemy ship.”
Kelly-Ann Deffenbaugh says
LOVED, LOVED DUST!!!!
Over on my blog I am sharing the first line from Start with Me by Kara Isaac.
“Of course, this latest allegation has been a huge shock to all of us.”
Have a lovely weekend!
Beckie B. says
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line is from DON’T KEEP SILENT by Elizabeth Goddard
Dread warred with hope as Rae Burke shivered in the cold outside on the porch.