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Christmas Angels FLF

Happy Friday, reader friends! Today’s featured title has been all over the interwebs this week in a JustRead Takeover Tour! Check out the first line of Christmas Angels by Nancy Naigle below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line! Although I’ve not had time to reply to each comment lately, I do read them and I so appreciate y’all taking the time to share your first lines!

Don’t forget there are several 2019 releases in the ebook deals under $2 on the shop page! Gift one to a friend and spread some bookish cheer! As always, I only share books from authors I am familiar with or those that have been recommended to me by a well-read friend. Feed your ereader or Kindle app or try the Kindle Unlimited program or take the 2 free audiobooks Audible trial for a spin! Whichever way you choose to enjoy your stories, I wish you hours of happy reading this weekend!

 

Christmas Angels by Nancy Naigle

Christmas Angels by Nancy Naigle

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Everything happens according to the timing of our life, and no two lives are the same.

 

Has anyone else noticed the flood of new Christmas titles?! Embrace the madness! Pick up a book or two for yourself or your favorite reader as an incentive to start your holiday shopping early this year! Others may anxiously await Hallmark Christmas movie season, but I’d much rather curl up and read a sweet book like this one!

The author has put together a super giveaway prize pack as part of her JustRead Takeover Tour so don’t miss out on your chance to win all the bookish goodies shown below!

 

Christmas Angels by Nancy Naigle first line quote graphic by Faithfully Bookish Christmas Angels Giveaway 
Be sure to enter the Christmas Angels JustRead Giveaway then go to
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10 thoughts on “Christmas Angels FLF”

  1. Paige Cordell felt as if she had regressed back to the awkward, frizzy-haired bookworm who’d left Sage Creek, Texas, fourteen years ago. With no intention of every returning.
    HOMETOWN HEALING by Jennifer Slattery
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. Interesting first line. And I have definitely noticed the flood of Christmas titles. 🙂

    Over on my blog, I’m sharing the first line of Marisol – Spanish Rose by Elva Cobb Martin, so here I’ll share one of my favorite lines from the same book:

    Maybe he should be guarding his heart from her, protecting himself from another loss, but he’d already given too much of himself to her. His heart was no longer his to guard.

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  3. Today on my blog I shared the first line from Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters but I’m currently reading How the Light Gets In by Jolina Petersheim so I’ll share the first line from my current chapter (9) here: “Elam Albrecht didn’t have many needs.” Hope you have a great weekend! Happy reading 🙂

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  4. My first lines are from Hope’s Highest Mountain by Misty Beller:
    My Darling Rachel,
    You were everything to me. You still are. Don’t ever forget that.

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  5. I looked for this book at the bookstore today and couldn’t find it. I’m hoping that’s a sign that I’m going to win it somewhere! 🙂

    On my blog I’m sharing the first line from Because of You by Becky Wade, however I finished it last night and am now reading Stitched in Time by Suzanne Woods Fisher. I’ll share the first line of that book here. “It took a lot to shock Luke Schrock.”

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  6. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Wyatt: The Montana Marshalls” by Susan May Warren:

    “Usually Wyatt, goalie for the Minnesota Blue Ox NHL team, could shrug off his mistakes.”

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  7. An intriguing first line that has me wanting to learn more. 🙂 Happy Saturday! I’m sharing on my blog the first line from Grace in the Shadows by Christine Dillon.

    It was love at first sight.

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  8. Happy Saturday!

    Yesterday on my blog I shared the first line from The Painted Castle by Kristy Cambron: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2019/10/17/first-line-friday-106/. I’m currently reading Always Look Twice by Elizabeth Goddard, so I’ll share a line from that book.

    “For some reason he would never understand, Heath always ended up assisting someone in the direst of circumstances.”

    Hope you’re having a good weekend! ?❤?

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