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Friday, December 23, 2016

First Line Fridays - 12/23/16 - Wrapped in Red


How goes the Christmas preparations in your house? We are working on the last few things such as making caramels, laundry, and cleaning...Other than that, we are ready to go! 

Today I am sharing the first line from a sweet novella written by my dear friend Meghan Gorecki. Meghan recently visited the blog and you can read her interview HERE.


"Magical? More like laughable."


I adored this novella. Short and sweet and perfect for the holidays! Available for FREE with Kindle Unlimited and only $0.99 to purchase the eBook! Don't pass this one up this season!



Post your first line below and head over to see what First Lines my lovely friends have today!

Beth Erin - Faithfully Bookish
Andi - Radiant Light

If you would like to host First Line Fridays on your blog, contact Carrie on Reading is my SuperPower

14 comments:

  1. Ah, you know I love this one too and I love you, dear friend! Merry Christmas!

    Seven Brides for Seven Texans prologue by Erica Vetsch:

    New Year's Day 1874
    7 Heart Ranch, Hartville, Texas
    "Quiet down, now." George Washington Hart put his hands flat on the dining room table and levered himself upright. "I have something to say."

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    1. Awww love you too friend! And MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!

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  2. “No way. Not now. Not ever.” Sam Conrad tossed the manila folder onto his father’s massive mahogany desk.
    -Blown Together by Janet W. Ferguson

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  3. The Lassoed by Marriage Romance Collection
    by Mary Connealy, Angela Bell, Angela Breidenbach, Rebecca Jepson,
    Amy Lillard, Gina Welborn, Kathleen Y'Barbo, Rose Ross Zediker, Lisa Cox Carter

    This first line is from the first story in the text--The Substitute Bride by Angela Bell.

    And the first line is...

    London, England
    On a Sunday in June of 1865

    "Gwen's husband suffered quite the shock upon lifting her Brussels lace veil at the conclusion of their wedding ceremony."

    Happy reading and Happy Christmas!

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    1. OH WOW!!! That is quite the first line!

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  4. Wrapped in Red is on my wish list!

    MERRY CHRISTMAS EVE EVE!

    My first line comes from The Still of Night (A Rush of Wings Book 2) by Kristen Heitzmann

    PROLOGUE

    Her legs still shook under the sheet, the smooth skin mottled and stained.

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    1. It's only two more sleeps till Christmas!

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  5. My first line comes from Mary, Chosen of God by Diana Wallis Taylor.
    With a sigh, Mary paused to sit on a nearby rock and tie the leather strap again.

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  6. Happy Christmas Eve Eve! (One of my fave lines from 'FRIENDS' ever!)

    My First Line this week is from 'Our Revolution' by Bernie Sanders:

    "When we began our race for the presidency in April 2015, we were considered by the political establishment and the media to be a "fringe" campaign, something not to be taken seriously."

    Happy Reading!

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    1. Hehe, I have yet to watch Friends *hides face in shame* but I love Christmas Eve Eve!!!!

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  7. Chelsea Jamison snuck in the back door of Kenworth's Department Store.
    ~Christmas Makeover by Cami Checketts (Christmas Kisses Anthology)

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    1. Glad you are "here" but can't wait for baby!!!! eeeeek!

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