The book I’m featuring this week is:
Pathways | Baker Book House | Amazon | Goodreads
I ain’t gonna make it, Zoe.”
I just started reading this one a few days ago. My reading has slowed incredibly down recently so I’m still not that far into it yet but I’m enjoying it so far 🙂
About the Book:
Upon discovering an abandoned baby, Pastor Abe Merivale joins efforts with Zoe Hart, one of the newly arrived bride-ship women, to care for the infant. With mounting pressure to find the baby a home, Abe offers his hand as Zoe’s groom. But after a hasty wedding, they soon realize their marriage of convenience is not so convenient after all.
Now it’s your turn!
Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. To see what First Lines others are sharing this week head over to Hoarding Books.
“If you don’t get your fanny out of that dressing room in the next thirty seconds, I’ll come in and drag you out.”
WED, READ & DEAD by V. M. Burns
2clowns at arkansas dot net
Uh oh! 🤣
Oh no, I hope everything goes ok!! Have a wonderful weekend!
My first line this week is from an Appalachian Summer by Ann Gabhart:
May 20, 1933
Piper Danson’s cheeks hurt from smiling for what seemed like hours with no relief in sight.
Excellent book as always from Ann.
I am reading A bride of Convenience now. It is special.
Over on my blog I shared my first line this week is from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince from Chapter 15 since that’s were we stopped reading last night!
“Snow was swirling against the icy windows once more; Christmas was approaching fast.”
Have a lovely weekend!
Today on my blog, I’m sharing the first couple of lines from Molly by Sarah Monzon: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2020/07/03/first-line-friday-142/. I’m currently on chapter 6, so I will share from there.
“An eighty-hour work week — that’s all the hospital was allowed to work the interns and residents per the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. But when I’d gently reminded Dr. Feinburg of that fact after he’d assigned me to continue care for the patient admitted earlier, I’d been loudly and matter-of-factly put in my place.”
Hope you have a great weekend filled with family fun and relaxing reading time. 😀❤📚
Ooh, sounds intriguing! On my blog I’m nostalgically sharing from Sarah Sundin’s first novel, but here I’ll share the first line of one of her more recent books, The Sky Above Us:
“Wars weren’t won with caution, and aces weren’t made in straight and level flight.”
Today, I’m sharing the first line from A Mosaic of Wings by Kimberly Duffy: “Nora Shipley’s ears buzzed as though a thousand bees were trapped inside her head.”