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Friday, August 18, 2017

Favorite Line Friday - The Illusionist's Apprentice - Kristy Cambron


Happy Friday!

Welcome to the next edition of FAVORITE Line Friday! This week's featured author is Kristy Cambron. You can read the spotlight HERE, where you can find a full excerpt from The Illusionist's Apprentice. But today I am going to share with you ONE of my favorite lines from this book with you! Don't forget to enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter form below! It is open until 9/1/17 12:00am PDT! 








I have collaborated with all of these authors and I am so excited for this giveaway! I am giving away a box of FIVE books...All signed (one signed bookplate sticker) by the authors! I will also be including some bookish/reading items in the box of books, bookmarks, tea, chocolate, etc. Each "Blogiversary" post will have MORE options to enter to win, so make sure you check back. Today we are kicking it off pretty easy! Please enter via the Rafflecopter form below. If you are having difficulties please email me and we will get your name entered.

Kristy's Book Included in the Giveaway is a SIGNED copy  of The Illusionist's Apprentice.


**ONE (1) Winner will be selected by Rafflecopter at the end of the giveaway**
Books provided for giveaway by the individual authors and myself. Books included: Just the Way You Are, The Lady and the Lionheart, The Illusionist's Apprentice, Newton & Polly, Behind the Scenes. I am not compensated for any portion of this giveaway. Some of the books were donated for the giveaway. Giveaway will run 8/1/17 - 9/1/17 at 12:00am PDT. Open internationally. Void where prohibited. Please see Policies and Disclosures for more information. *Bookish swag items subject to change*

31 comments:

  1. Great line! And I loooooooved that book!

    I've got the first line from "Chasing Secrets" by Lynette Eason on the blog today, but I've just finished reading "A Rose So Fair" by Myra Johnson, so I'm going to share the first line from that here:

    "Now just you hold it right there, mister." Rose Linwood sighted her unwelcome visitor down the length of Grandpa's trusty Winchester.

    She's a spunky one!

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    1. Delighted! You made me smile + giggle + blush today. ;)

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  2. What a fantastic first line! Definitely has a gripping intro. Can't wait to read this for myself soon! :)

    I'm featuring "Healing Love" by Jennifer Slattery on my blog today, but I'm currently reading "A Name Unknown" by Roseanna M. White.

    London
    May 1914

    Rosemary Gresham may have been a thief, but she was a thief who preferred to work in broad daylight.

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  3. I have that on my kindle waiting for me to read it!
    Happy Friday! My first line is from An Alaskan Christmas by Belle Calhoune: "Finn O'Rourke paced back and forth in terminal 27A of the Anchorage airport."

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  4. Happy Friday, Rachel! I love Kristy Cambron! This one is on my wish list!

    Since I'll be finishing Pepper Basham's The Thorn Healer before lunch, I'm sharing the first line from my current Chapter 22: "I hate leaving you like this." Catherine stilled her movements from packing her trunk, her coral walking suit an elegant fit on her delicate frame. "Not when David and Alexander could help tend the sickness."

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  5. Happy reading, Rebecca & Becky!! ;)

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  6. Thanks for including The Illusionist's Apprentice on your website, Rachel! It's been such a fun opportunity to connect the reader friends, and to share my <3 for Wren's (and Houdini's) story! Sending hugs to all!

    K~

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  7. Heather Munro gazed down Victoria Street so long, she became another gray-suited statue along the Royal Mile.
    From The Case of the Clobbered Cad by Debra E. Marvin!

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  8. "Is this the lad?" - Yesterday's Promise by Michele Paige Holmes

    Such a good book!

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  9. "Dear Sir, It has been a year since I turned down your generous offer."
    -Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay

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  10. Oh, I enjoyed reading that book! Great line :)

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  11. Heather Munro gazed down Victoria Street so long, she became another gray-suited statue along the Royal Mile.
    From The Case of the Clobbered Cad by Debra E. Marvin!

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  12. This one is on my TBR list!.
    From Echoes of Family by Barbara Claypole White: If purgatory exists, it comes without sound. Nothing to deaden thoughts.

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  13. From Tackling The Fields by Janet W Ferguson
    Huge hands ripped at Cole Sanders shirt and yanked him away from Audrey Vaughn's embrace.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  14. Sadly to say, it’s been a week that left very little time for reading. Therefor I am still on the same book as last week.

    Life is forever chanced without her; without the sense of her somewhere near.
    Last Christmas in Paris
    by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb

    LOVE the book now just find the time to read a few pages. :)

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  15. Love that line, happy reading!

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  16. "Connor O'Shea braced his boots against the auction block and glared at the crowd gathered on the landing."
    The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman

    I'm about halfway through and loving it! A great historical!

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  17. I just bought this book. Can't wait to read it!!!

    My first line comes from Hold the Light by April McGowan.

    "Unremarkable. Amber glanced out the steaming windowpane at the cityscape below her."

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  18. Whitney Leigh rolled her eyes. From Cozy Christmas by Valerie Hansen
    The Illusionist's Apprentice has an absolutely gorgeous cover!

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  19. I'm really looking forward to reading "The Illusionist's Apprentice". Sounds like a terrific read. My first line is from "Dog Dish of Doom" by E. J. Copperman: "Can he whimper?".

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  20. Really can't wait to read her books!

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  21. On my " want to read " list....Marie Layman

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  22. "Hans had stolen all the egg money--again." This is from A Noble Groom by Jody Hedlund. I just checked it out from the library and can't wait to read it!

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  23. The Illusionist's Apprentice was so enjoyable! Kristy Cambron's writing is beautiful.

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  24. This book has been on my "want to read" list for awhile. Kristy Cambron is a great author.

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  25. My first line Friday is:

    Ellis Island, 1901
    "Oh, Caro, look. We're almost there. We're almost in America."

    ~Journey's End by Renee Ryan

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