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Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets: First Line Friday

Hello, reader friends! I officially started Christmas shopping! Guess what I bought?! ? Hint: it wasn’t paisley tights (and if you’re wondering why I mentioned those, go here) And fortunately, I didn’t need to shop for any Wyoming Christmas quadruplets either!

Hope by the Book magazine is celebrating 1,000 instagram followers with a giveaway! Also, our designer has been busy laying out pages for the launch issue, y’all!!! We are so excited to get all that bookish goodness in your hands!


Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets by Jill Kemerer

Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets by Jill Kemerer

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He’d tried to give them bottles fifteen minutes ago, but Ben had barely touched his, and Max hadn’t taken an ounce. The knocking on the front door persisted. “Belle!”


Y’all hop over to Hoarding Books for the first two lines and a greater appreciation for the exasperation in that last plea! This cover is just too adorable for words, don’t y’all think so?! Makes me want to go lend a hand to a mama (or papa) with babies. I enjoy Jill Kemerer’s storytelling style and I look forward to reading this book just as soon as I can squeeze it into my calendar.



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11 thoughts on “Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets: First Line Friday”

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from “This Courageous Journey” by Misty M. Beller:

    “Today, we left the train – forever, if my aching limbs could decide the matter.”


  2. “And there she goes.” The man’s voice was a hushed, hoarse whisper.
    AMISH FIREFIGHTER by Laura V. Hilton
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  3. Over on my blog, I’m sharing the first line from One Plus One Equals Trouble by Sondra Kraak! The book is FREE (limited time – this weekend only).

    I’m currently reading Under the Same Sky by Cynthia Roemer. I’ll share the first line from chapter 23
    “Where’d Mr. Bennett and Mr. Whelan go, Miss Becky?”


  4. Chills over that title and first line! LOL! Here’s a first line from Reason to Breathe by Deborah Raney — “A beam of late-afternoon sun canted through the mullioned windows of the breakfast room in her parents’ house — Dad’s house now — casting a checkered shadow across the tile.”

    Have a great Friday!


  5. Four babies at once=the need for lots of support! The first line I’m share today is from The House on Foster Hill by Jamie Jo Wright. “Death had a way of creeping up on a soul, and Ivy Thorpe was determined that when it visited her, she would not be surprised.”


  6. Hi, Beth! Happy Friday.

    I shared the first couple of lines from my current read, Outrun the Wind by Elizabeth Tammi. I have only started it today and am just on the second chapter, so I will share the first few lines from chapter 2 here instead.

    The girl’s braid hasn’t fallen out in three days. Her hair is sunlight incarnate, and the strand weave together in a smooth and seamless pattern that leaves me sick with wonder. I wish I could speak to her. I wonder if her voice is rough or soft.

    Hope you enjoy that. Happy weekend! 😀


  7. Cute cover!

    Happy Friday. ?

    Today on my blog, I am sharing the first line from Gone Too Soon my Melody Carlson. So far, I am enjoying the book. I’m just starting chapter 4 in Gone Too Soon, so I will share it’s first line here.

    “I don’t think anyone observed me sneak out the backdoor.”

    Hope you have an excellent weekend! ??


  8. Oh, I can’t imagine feeding this crew. The babies do seem to be happy 🙂

    I am sharing the first sentence from the book Susie (Ray Rhodes, Jr), on my blog.
    I am on chapter six so I’ll share its first line here.

    Before their first wedding anniversary, Susie and Charles faced a challenge that threatened to undo them.


  9. Happy Friday! On my blog this week I shared the first line of Searching for You by Jody Hedlund but it’s also my current read so I’ll share the first line from my current chapter (8) here: ” Sophie stretched and yawned, relishing the scent of bacon and coffee and something sweet.” I’m good for the bacon but I have to admit I don’t like coffee OR the smell of it (yes, I know I’m the odd-ball lol). Hope you have a great weekend!


  10. Over on my blog, I’m featuring A Tale of Two Hearts: Book 2 in Once Upon a Time Dickens Christmas by Michelle Griep. I’m currently reading A Holiday by Gaslight, by Mimi Matthews. Since I’m on Chapter Two, I will share the first line from this chapter. “You told him what?” Have a wonderful rest of the weekend!


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