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Thursday, November 30, 2017

First Line Friday - Last Chance Christmas


Hosted by Hoarding Books, I am excited to share my First Line with you today! YAY for more Christmas books!!! Today's First Line comes from Julie Lessman's novella "Last Chance Christmas". 


Last Chance, California
Fall 1885
Shelter, food, and babies, Lord, that's all I ask.


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5 comments:

Sprinkles and Pink said...

I’m sharing the first line from Heather Gray’s An Informal Christmas on my blog today. The first line from the book I’m currently reading is “His footsteps echoing, Ryan Savage walked the first grader from the cafeteria toward the media center.” The Christmas Baby by Lisa Carter.

Beth Erin said...

Have a wonderful weekend, my friend!

January 1894
Denver, CO
The cheerful tinkle of a bell alerted Grace Mallory to the arrival of a guest.
– Heart on the Line by Karen Witemeyer

Nicole Santana said...

Happy Friday!

Today, over on my blog, I am showcasing Cara Putman’s novel, Imperfect Justice. I am so excited to review this book. I have heard so many good things. On my site, I used the first lines from the prologue, so here I will share the first sentence from chapter 1.

“Emelie Wesley glanced at her watch and frowned.”

Iola Goulton said...

Your first line is short and to the point, while mine is the complete opposite!

I'm currently reading Out of the Ordinary by the always-witty Jen Turano. Here's the (long) opening line:

Slipping through the crowd gathered on the upper deck of a most extravagant yacht, Miss Gertrude Cadwalader drew in a breath and adopted an air of what she hoped would be taken for nonchalance.

I'm sharing from The Last Summer by Brandy Bruce on my blog today. Great book!

Rachel said...

Oh I love these!