Heart of a Royal FLF

Hoarding Books supports AustraliaHappy Friday, reader friends! We at Hoarding Books invite you to join us in supporting, honoring, and celebrating Australia as readers and as compassionate people. Share below (or feature on your own First Line Fridays post this week or next) a book written by an Aussie author or set in Australia! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected by the devastating bushfires sweeping across their beloved country. Check out the first line of Heart of a Royal by Hannah Currie below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!

There’s a fresh title or two in the ebook deals under $3 on the shop page! 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!


Heart of a Royal by Hannah Currie

Heart of a Royal by Hannah Currie

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If mortification could kill, I’d be six feet under.


There’s just something special about royalty stories, isn’t there?! As a culture, we’re fiercely independent yet irresistibly drawn to princess stories! This book looks like one my daughter and I would enjoy experiencing together judging from both the buzz surrounding it and my brief glance at the first chapter! I’ve definitely added it to our wish list and hope to grab a copy as soon as our book budget allows! Y’all can get to know author Hannah Currie and learn more about her stories on her website!

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18 thoughts on “Heart of a Royal FLF”

  1. My first line –
    Police chief Mitchell Rainbolt shook his head as he slid into the front seat of his departmental SUV and tried to remember why we was still in Rebel, Oklahoma, running a department with less staff than the Arrowhead Diner across the street.
    FINDING THE ROAD HOME by Tina Radcliffe
    2clowns at arkansas dot net


  2. My first line is from Collateral Damage by Lynette Eason:
    Forward Operating Base camp Charles. Afghanistan, September
    Sergeant First Class Asher James stared at Captain Phillip Newell, sure that he’d heard wrong.


  3. Happy Friday! My first line is from “A Family to Call Ours” by Merrillee Whren:

    “The sideways rain drenched Caleb Fitzpatrick as he slogged down Maine Street.”


  4. Thankyou so much for sharing!! This was a lovely surprise this morning and totally made me smile 🙂 I hope you get the chance to read the rest of the book sometime and really enjoy it 🙂 Thanks for your support!


  5. Happy Friday! I’m sharing the first lines from Guarded by Sara Davison on my blog today, so here’s a semi-random line from Chapter 8:

    “I don’t do relationship advice, so you, Nicole, and God are going to have to work this out amongst yourselves.”


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