Happy Friday, y’all and welcome to December!!! I’m making a last-minute switcheroo here because I came across a great deal on one of my Christmas favorites!!! Be sure to pick up your own copy of A Cliché Christmas by Nicole Deese! YAY!!!
A Cliché Christmas by Nicole Deese
I glared at the incessant blinking of my cursor and groaned.
#dealalert A Cliché Christmas is on sale right now for 99 cents on Amazon Kindle
OR you can borrow it in Prime Reads (Prime 30-day FREE trial)
OR Kindle Unlimited (KU 30-day FREE trial).
I also highly recommend the other books in the Love in Lennox series and you can read my review for A Season to Love!
Love in Lenox series
goodreads | amazon | bookdepository | christianbook
flf book 1 | review book 2 | flf book 3
A big First Line Friday hello to our newest FLF lady, check out her link below! We’d love to see all our readers hop over to each blog and find great new books to add to their tbr stacks. Tell all your friends, the more, the merrier!
So, open the book nearest to you and post the first line in a comment below!
Then go see what these First Line Ladies are up to:
Carrie @ Reading is My Superpower
Rachel @ Bookworm Mama
Sydney @ Singing Librarian Books
Andi @ Radiant Light
Heather @ Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen
Sarah @ All the Book Blog Names are Taken
If you’d like to share the First Line Friday fun on your blog, let Carrie know!
14 thoughts on “A Cliché Christmas: First Line Friday #23”
I just finished Shelter From The Storm by Kristen Ethridge: “Ten years ago, Becca Collins caught a bus to Port Provident, Texas because it was as far south as she could get from Wisconsin without falling into the water.”
i adore Nicole and her books! 🙂
My first line currently is from Cynthia Simmons’ Pursuing Gold – “What a dilemma!”
Love this book and all of Nicole’s books, frankly! If you haven’t read it, grab it while it’s on sale and give yourself a real Christmas treat! 🙂
The book closest to me is on my Kindle. The Widow’s Captive by Lucette Nel. It’s a Christmas historical romance and three chapters in, I’m hooked. 🙂
First line: Cold air bit his cheeks as snow pelted him.
It’s fabulous, isn’t it?!! I recently “met” Lucy on Facebook, small bookish world! 😀
Bad Day for a Bombshell
by Cindy Vincent
December 5th, 1941
“Two days before waves of Imperial Japanese Navy planes blasted our warships into fireballs at Pearl Harbor, my mother and I were balancing hatboxes and shopping bags in the back of a taxicab while it raced through downtown Dallas, the fashion center of the Southwest.”
Sounds like a good one. I like that time period.
If Rylan Jefferson was lucky, after tonight she’d never have to see Colin Renwycke again. – One Enchanted Christmas by Melissa Tagg
Awww! I adore that story! Enjoy, Caryl!!! 😀
Mine is from Napoleon: A Life by Andrew Roberts
“Napoleon Bonaparte was the founder of modern France and is one of the great conquerors of history.”
Hi Sarah! I’ll leave the non-fiction to you. That’s too hard core for me, my friend! lol 😀
Hehe I am so excited to have Sarah! Nonfiction doesn’t frighten her hehe! I swear I didn’t plan this….”The significance of the location was unknown to those present that murky day in 1962 when four lads stood in front of a huge tea warehouse by Liverpool’s dock road, having photos taken to publicize their first record.” Tune In – The Beatles: All These Years by Mark Lewisohn
Hahaha! Well someone has to read all that non-fiction!!! 😀
Hi. It’s nice to meet you. 🙂 I love A Cliché Christmas! I read it a few months ago. Fun story. Right now I’m reading ~The Inheritance, by Michael Phillips. “On a late afternoon of a surprisingly warm day, a small lad sat on a large stone with the blue of sky and water spreading out before him.”
Hi Kathy! Thanks for dropping by! Michael Phillips paints a pretty picture there. I enjoy his work.