Happy Friday, friends! We’re looking down the last week of February already. When did that happen?
One night changes everything for three women. . . .
When Addison Killbourn’s husband is involved in a car accident that leaves a woman dead, her perfectly constructed life crumbles apart. With her husband’s memory of that night gone and the revelation of a potentially life-altering secret, Addison has to reevaluate all she thought she knew.
Emilia Cruz is a deputy bearing a heavy burden far beyond the weight of her job. Her husband is no longer the man she married, and Emilia’s determined to prevent others from facing the same hardship. When she’s called to the scene of an accident pointing to everything she’s fighting against, she’s determined to see justice for those wronged.
Brianne Demanno is hiding from reality. She was thriving as a counselor, but when tragedy struck a beloved client, she lost faith in herself and her purpose. When her neighbors, the Killbourns, are thrown into crisis, Brianne’s solitary life is disrupted and she finds herself needed in a way she hasn’t been in a while.
As the lives of these women intersect, they can no longer dwell in the memory of who they’ve been. Can they rise from the wreck of the worst moments of their lives to become who they were meant to be?
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!
Paula Shreckhise says
More Than We Remember is a very good book!
My first lines are from Collision of Lies by Tom Threadgill
Thirty Seconds. If they were still arguing, she’d call the cops then. Let the professionals deal with them.
Beauty in the Binding says
Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first line from Veiled in Smoke by Jocelyn Green: “Meg’s father was gone. Again.”
Nicole Santana says
Yesterday I shared the first few lines from Blind Dates, Bridesmaids, and Other Disasters by Aspen Hadley. I’m just starting chapter 10, so I’ll share a line from there.
“Sunday night I was lounging in the comfy over-stuffed chair in the corner of my room, flipping through an old copy of Pride and Prejudice that I’d read a few times.”
Hope you have a great weekend filled with awesome reading time. ❤
Becky Smith says
Happy Weekend! My first line is from “The Fifth Avenue Story Society” by Rachel Hauck:
“Well this was a fine mess.”