Happy Friday! And an early Happy Mother’s Day to all of you out there!
This week we’re sharing first lines with a Mother’s theme. I chose this book because two of the main characters are mothers and the third is a teach, so in a way, she does some mothering. There is a prologue but I’m going to give you the first couple lines of chapter one this week. And by the way, if you haven’t read No One Ever Asked by Katie Ganshert, you should!
Now it’s your turn! What are you reading? Grab the book nearest you, flip to the front and share your first line in the comments below. Then head on over to our hosts at Hoarding Books and check out what others are sharing.
Carrie @ Reading Is My SuperPower says
i can’t wait to read this one soon!!
On my blog today, I am featuring a book by Georgette Heyer, “A Civil Contract.” Here, I will share the first line of chapter 10 in that same novel. “Few invitations conferred so great a distinction on the social aspirant as one to Nassington House.” Enjoy your weekend!
Betty Louise says
I haven’t read author yet. On my blog I am showcasing a paranormal A FAMILIAR MEANS.
BECCA WEIDEL says
The book I’m sharing on my blog is Unblemished by Sara Ella but I’m currently reading called The Road Home by Beverly Lewis. I shared the first line last week so I’ll share the first line of chapter 22 where I am right now: ” The next morning, after the four o’clock milking and a nice hot breakfast, Mimi suggested Harley take a lemon pound cake over to Abram Mast’s for his birthday.” Cake anyone? 😛 (I actually don’t like lemon pound cake though lol).
Susan Dyer says
My first lines come from a book I will be reading later this month, The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan.
There are good anniversaries, and bad anniversaries . This was a bad one and Suzanne chose to mark the moment with a nightmare.
Have a great weekend and Happy Reading!
“It was a beautiful day for a funeral, and that didn’t exactly help the situation”.
Descendant by Eva Truesdale