Contemporary Fiction, Review, Spotlight

P.S. Goodbye by Tari Faris: First Line Friday

Happy Friday, reader friends! Today’s featured title is free! Check out the first line and my review of P.S. Goodbye by Tari Faris below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line! Pick up your free ebook copy when you sign up for the author’s newsletter!

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P.S. Goodbye by Tari Faris

PS Goodbye by Tari Faris

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Failing to plan was the same as planning to fail, and Caroline Williams refused to be a failure—even a failure at having the perfect engagement.


my thoughts

Caroline is my kindred spirit and lists and spreadsheets are our friends! Besides drooling over Caroline’s colorful post-it note arsenal, I completely fell in love with small town Heritage, Michigan (I’ve actually been wanting to visit Michigan and this story solidified that desire)! Grant is an irresistible wounded warrior hero and his heart of gold places him in a class of his own. This novella is a brilliant introduction to an entire cast of characters and I look forward to getting to know them all in the Restoring Heritage series!

I received an ebook copy of this title through the author’s newsletter. The opinions expressed are my own.


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8 thoughts on “P.S. Goodbye by Tari Faris: First Line Friday”

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Ford” by Susan May Warren:

    “If Ford didn’t get his head in the game, they were doomed. People were going to die. Probably him.”


  2. “Get to the shelter! A tornado is heading this way!”
    2clowns at arkansas dot net


  3. Happy Friday. My first line is from The Amish Christmas Matchmaker by Vanetta Chapman.
    ‘Annie Kauffmann thought she’d just experienced a perfect day—business had gone well, the fall weather was exquisite and each member of her family was happy and healthy.’


  4. My first line is from Diamond in the Rough by Jen Turano:
    N.Y. City November 1885
    Any smidgen of hope that her entrance into N.Y. high society would be deemed a rousing success died the moment Miss Poppy Garrison’s tiara became firmly attached to the sleeve of her dance partner.


  5. Happy Friday!

    Today on my blog I am sharing the first line from Sweet Melody by Heidi McCahan: I am just starting chapter seven, so I will share the first couple of lines from there.

    “Rhett wiped down the espresso machine one last time then glanced at the large silver clock with chunky black numbers mounted on the white brick wall. His shift had ended a few minutes ago, and the cafe was empty.”

    Happy reading! I hope you have an excellent weekend. ???


  6. Happy Friday! The book I shared on my blog today is The Whistle Walk by Stephenia H McGee but it’s also my current read so I’ll share the first line from chapter 9 here: “Charles’s cousin slapped him on the shoulder, sending his mug of ale sloshing over the rim and into his dinner.” Happy Reading! 🙂


  7. Here’s the first line from the last book to arrive at my house, The Gryphon Heist by James R. Hannibal. “Talia Inger clutched her side, letting her shoulder fall against the alley wall.”

    Hope you have a great weekend!


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