Contemporary Fiction, Review, Spotlight

Falling for Grace by Janet W. Ferguson + FLF

Happy Friday, reader friends! Today’s featured title is one I missed posting about when I read it late last year! The third book in the Coastal Hearts series recently released and I’ll be sharing my review of The Art of Rivers soon! Check out the first line of book 2 Falling for Grace by Janet W. Ferguson below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!

First Line Fridays

 

Falling for Grace by Janet W. Ferguson

Falling for Grace by Janet W. Ferguson

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It was finally over.

 

my thoughts

Despite (or perhaps because of) Grace’s clumsiness, this second-chance romance was delightfully appealing and entertaining. Seth’s role as the hurting hero is well-executed and endearing. I enjoyed our little visit to the beach with all its depth and humor and life lessons. These two are without a doubt blessed to have a supportive tribe in their corner and I’m almost envious of their smothering hoard of friends and family! Falling for Grace is a sweet story and I definitely recommend it!

I borrowed this book from Kindle Unlimited. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

Magnolia Storms by Janet W. Ferguson 
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18 thoughts on “Falling for Grace by Janet W. Ferguson + FLF”

  1. I really need to read this series! I met Janet at CFRR — she is great!

    On my blog I featured The Bridge Between by Lindsey Brackett.

    Hope you have a great weekend!

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  2. Over on my blog I’m sharing the first line from The Express Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower) by Kimberley Woodhouse.

    Here I’ll share the first line from chapter sixteen of the book I’m currently reading:

    “Footsteps signaled someone’s approach, and Grace paused her kneading in the pre-dawn morning, waiting for the customary greeting from one of the brothers.”
    Four Dreams of You by Sondra Kraak

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  3. Happy Friday! I haven’t started this yet, but my first line (well – 2 lines) is from “Margin of Error” by Christy Barritt:

    “Hunger and anger battled inside him like two storm fronts colliding. A violent friction clashed in his very soul.”

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  4. Happy Friday!

    Today on my blog I’m sharing the first line from Cross My Heart by Robin Lee Hatcher: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2019/07/25/first-line-friday-95/. I’m currently reading Ever Faithful by Karen Barnett, so I’ll share the first line from there.

    “Elsie closed her eyes for a moment and breathed in the steamy air, imagining she stood beside Grand Prismatic Spring instead of the massive laundry boiler in the back of the Mammoth Hot Springs Lodge.”

    Hope you have an excellent weekend! ?❤?

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  5. May 1896 – Honey Grove, TX
    “The council has denied your appeal, Miss Kemp,” Mayor Longfellow delivered the blow with a finality that threatened to buckle Abigail’s knees.
    MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY by Karen Witmeyer
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  6. I recently read The Art of Rivers and really enjoyed it. I’m sure this one is great too!
    Today on my blog I shared the first line from A Lady’s Maid by Jen Geigle Johnson but it’s also the book I’m about to dig into so no extra line yet. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  7. I loved The Art of Rivers, so I need to go back and read Falling for Grace (which apparently I already own!).

    I’m sharing the first line of Under a Camperdown Elm by Janet Chester Bly on my website today, but my current read is Love and Other Mistakes by debut Australian author Jessica Kate. Here’s the first line:

    “Natalie Groves eyed the bag of gingerbread M&Ms on the other side of the office meeting room and prayed for a divine intervention of Red Sea proportions.”

    Happy reading 🙂

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  8. My first line is from Underestimating Miss Cecelia by Carolyn Miller:

    Aynsley Manor, Somerset. June 1918

    “It was, perhaps, the greatest torment to love someone who barely seemed to notice one’s existence.”
    Another wonderful Regency!

    Happy reading!

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  9. I’m looking forward to reading this book. 🙂 I’m sharing on my blog the first line from Underestimating Miss Cecilia by Carolyn Miller.

    It was, perhaps, the greatest torment to love someone who barely seemed to notice one’s existence.

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