The Calico and Cowboys Romance Collection: First Line Friday

Happy Friday, reader friends! Today’s featured title is from one of the newest additions to my shelves! Check out the first line of The Calico and Cowboys Romance Collection by Mary Connealy below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!

Want to see more of my new additions? Find more in my July Book Haul! We’re chatting about incorporating real-life stranger than fiction experiences in stories on Seekerville!


The Calico and Cowboys Romance Collection by Mary Connealy

The Calico and Cowboys Romance Collection by Mary Connealy

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Being a teacher was turning out to be a little like having the flu.


We are wrapping up our first full week of lessons and I can completely relate to this first line! To ALL my fellow teachers, I salute you! May God give us strength, wisdom, and abundant patience for the task ahead!

I don’t know about y’all but having some romantic comedy with cowboys at my fingertips is definitely going to help me get through the year! Can we say book therapy?! Yes, please! This book is a must-have for Mary Connealy fans!


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15 thoughts on “The Calico and Cowboys Romance Collection: First Line Friday”

  1. “It’s quite blustery today,” I murmured as a fine sheen of ice-crusted snow crunched under my feet while a steady wind buffeted us.
    LEFT FUR DEAD by J.M. Griffin
    2clowns at arkansas dot net


  2. I knew there was a good reason I didn’t go into teaching!

    I’m sharing the first line from Catherine West’s latest book over on my blog, As the Light Fades. I know we’re not supposed to judge books by the cover, but this has a great cover and I’m itching to get into it.

    Happy reading!


  3. Funny first line!

    My first lines are from Fire Storm by Nancy Mehl

    He waits, hidden in the shadows of the tall, stately trees that lined the street. He is the only one who knows that hell has just opened its doors.


  4. Happy Weekend! My first line is from “Choose Me” by Marion Ueckermann:

    “Today of all days, Julia Delpont needed to forget about the world.”


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