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First Line Friday: The Mayflower Bride

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Happy Friday, reader friends! I don’t know about y’all but March sure came in like a lion here! With all this wind and rain we’ve had, we’re getting a big jumpstart on those May flowers! Which brings us to today’s featured book (I know, I’m punny!)


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The Mayflower Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse

The Mayflower Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse

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Gentle waves rocked the Speedwell as the vessel left behind the only home Mary Elizabeth remembered.


Aren’t these covers stunning, y’all?!!! The colors. The fabrics. The dresses!!! ????

Daughter of the Mayflower series

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14 thoughts on “First Line Friday: The Mayflower Bride”

  1. I’ve got this sitting on my TBR pile. I hope I can get to it soon!

    I have the first line from Sondra Kraak’s new release, Three Words and a Kiss, on my blog today, but right now I’m going to share the first two lines from my current read, ‘Justice’ by Emily Conrad, which releases on 9 March:

    “Snow floated onto Main Street, each flake large enough to catch the breeze like a parachute. A miniature army, launching a surprise invasion on March first.”

    Have a great weekend!


  2. Happy Friday! I need to find this book!????

    My First Line Friday comes from a book I will be reading soon, Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak!

    As far back as Sloane McBride could remember, she’d been told she was an ice-queen. Even the people closest to her, especially the people closest to her, complained about her reserve.

    Have a great weekend!????


  3. You and I were on the same wavelength this week but I shared the prologue ;).

    I plan to start The Innkeeper’s Daughter by Michelle Griep this weekend, so I’ll share the first line from that book.

    “Numbers would be the death of Johanna Langley.”

    Have a great weekend!


  4. My first line is from The Innkeeper’s Daughter by Michelle Griep.
    Dover, England, 1808
    Numbers would be the death of Johanna Langley.

    I’m looking forward to this series. I have Mayflower but I have soooo many to read!


  5. The smack of the baseball against an aluminum bat sounded like summer.
    By Kelly Irvin


  6. Can’t wait to read more!

    The turquoise water surrounded Kaia Oana in a warm, wet blanket of delight. – Distant Echoes by Colleen Coble

    Happy Friday!


  7. I have this book. I need to read this book!!! I need time!!!

    Happy Friday!

    Today I am showcasing the first line from Michelle Griep’s newest novel, The Innkeeper’s Daughter. I am loving the book. It is a page turner, and the hero is wonderful. I am just starting chapter 18, so I will share the first line from that chapter here:

    “Johanna opened the door to chaos, then stood there, jaw agape.”


  8. This series sounds very interesting to me. Happy Friday! The book I’m sharing on my blog is an old one: The Knight and the Dove by Lori Wick. Here, I will share Love on the Mend by Karen Witemeyer, “Peace and quiet. That’s all he sought.” Have a wonderful weekend.


  9. I have seen this book a few times but didn’t realize it was series. Thanks! Today on my blog I am showcasing The Witches City series. I started NO CURE FOR THE DEAD, a Florence Nightingale story. CHAPTER 1 September 1853 Some said I must have been possessed by a demon to take on the position as superintendent at the Establishment for Gentlewomen


  10. These covers are gorgeous!
    I’m sharing from Karen Barnett’s The Road to Paradise on my blog today, so here I’ll share the first line from another book I hope to read soon, The Alliance by Jolina Petersheim:

    “Buffered by grassland, the collision is strangely quiet.”

    Happy Friday!


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