As promised, here is another Christmas story. :) How many of you are still watching Christmas movies and have your Christmas decorations up? I know I can raise my hand for both of those categories. :) Christmas music will still be playing from my speakers on January 31st too--I do love this time of the year, and I always wish it could last longer.
What did you enjoy most about this Christmas season? For me, there are so many things to pick from, but I would probably pick celebrating my grandparents' birthdays. I hope every day of December was wonderful this year and that each of you had a lovely Christmas holiday! Happy New Year!
Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line!
Today I am going to post a line from:
A Yorkshire Christmas
by Kate Hewitt
And the first line is...
"How to Have a Perfect Christmas. Claire Lindell's mouth twisted cynically as she read the heading of the article in the airline magazine."
Happy reading, happy Friday, and Happy New Year!
Let me know your first line in the comments & then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating!
Happy Friday Heather!ReplyDelete
My First Line Friday comes from a book I will be reading and reviewing soon, A Courtship on Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand.
Elsie Stutzman forced a smile and took the last bite of asparagus potato raisin casserole on her plate. She swallowed decisively, and it slid down her throat like a cup of wet cement.
Have a great weekend and stay warm!
I love the title of that book! :) Happy New Year Susan!Delete
Happy Friday! Over on my blog today I’m sharing the first line from My Heart Belongs in Niagara Falls, New York by Amanda Barratt. It is scheduled to release on Jan. 1st! I’ll share with you here a book I’m currently reading – Across the Blue by Carrie TuranskyReplyDelete
“Isabella Grayson’s shoes sank into the plush red carpet of Broadlands’ south hall, and she released a soft sigh. What luxury!”
Happy New Year!
I have several books on my Kindle by Carrie Turansky that I need to read. :) This sounds like another lovely book. Happy New Year Trisha!Delete
I will have to check out this book.ReplyDelete
Happy Friday! My first line is from Would-be Mistletoe Wife by Christine Johnson.
“Louise Smythe spotted her quarry and motioned her students to follow her across the sand dune.”
This is a fun & interesting read about lighthouses and the Chicago Fire! Happy New Year!!!
I'm so happy you found a new book to check out! :) The tile of this book is what caught my attention...Yorkshire. I loved visiting York when I was England years ago. :) Happy New Year Becky!Delete
"WHO ARE YOU?" I asked. - The Book of Mysteries by Jonathan Cahn
Happy New Year!
Great first line! Happy New Year Caryl!Delete
Happy New Year Heather!ReplyDelete
Eleanor and I are home in MN for two weeks for winter break and it is an absolute dream. We only get to come a few times a year so I treasure this time especially. We've had a wonderful Christmas with family and are getting to relax and be lazy and read A LOT!
Yeah...Minnesota! I visited there many years ago--we went to the Mall of America. :) Happy New Year Sarah!Delete
Happy Friday! The book I'm featuring this week is A Cowboy Unmatched by Karen Witemeyer, who I always enjoy. This is part of an enjoyable Archer Brothers series.ReplyDelete
That book sounds lovely! Happy New Year Anneliese!Delete
My first line come from a book being released January 1. Sorry is about 5 women who have formed a Detective Agency.ReplyDelete
Have Prosperous 2018
I love detective stories! Happy New Year Betty!Delete
I'm sharing the first line from Nicole Deese's novel, A Season to Love, on my blog. I'm just starting chapter 23, so I will share the first line from this chapter here:
"I dreamed of coffee: dark and rich and boldly brewed."
A great dream to me!!! Hope you have a great weekend, and a happy New Year. 😊
That's a wonderful dream! I dream that everyday...lol. :) Happy New Year Nicole!Delete