First-Line Friday #13

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My Heart Belongs in Castle Gate, Utah: Leanna’s Choice

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Castle Gate, Utah, 1910

Leanna McKee pushed her hat by its brim, hiding her face as best she could. She would not let him see her.

Isn’t that cover lovely?! I’ve not read any of the books in My Heart Belongs To series, so I am very excited to begin with this book. If you are unfamiliar with this book, click HERE to read its Goodreads summary.


Now it is your turn! Grab the book you are currently reading, open to chapter one, and post the first sentence (or second sentence) in the comments below. Then head on over toย Hoarding Booksย to see all of the FLF pages this week (just click on the FLF button below).

 

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29 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #13

  1. Hats are such useful accessories! What a shame we don’t wear them as a matter of course any more.

    I’m featuring Sarah Monzon’s upcoming release, ‘The Esther Paradigm’ on my blog this week, but here I will share the first line of Irma Joubert’s ‘The Crooked Path’:

    Lettie and Annabel had been friends for as long as they could remember.

    Have a great weekend! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. I haven’t read any books in the My Heart Belongs To series, either. The covers are certainly pretty!

    I’m sharing the first line from Christmas at Harrington’s by Melody Carlson on my blog today and in staying with my Christmas theme, I’ll share the first line from another Christmas book on my to be read list here. This line is from A Husband for Holly by Marion Ueckermann “OH NO. Hurry, Heather, before she spots us.”

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  3. I haven’t read any books in the My Heart Belongs series, either. The covers are pretty!

    I’m sharing the first line from Christmas at Harrington’s by Melody Carlson on my blog today. In keeping with my Christmas theme, I’ll share the first line from another Christmas book inching its way up my TBR list: A Husband for Holly by Marion Uechermann. “OH NO. Hurry, Heather, before she spots us.”

    I hope you have a nice weekend!

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  4. Why didn’t the hat trend stay popular in America?

    I shared a line from Seeking Mansfield by Kate Watson on my blog today but the first line of what I’m reading is…

    Is Daddy down there? (from Christmas at Cade Ranch by Karen Rock).

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  5. Haha, hats are useful accessories for hiding when one doesn’t want to be seen. Too bad they’re not so fashionable anymore.

    Iโ€™m featuring Hometown Girl by Courtney Walsh on my blog, but Iโ€™m currently reading a non-fiction book called Sheโ€™s Got The Wrong Guy: Why Smart Women Settle by Deepak Reju so Iโ€™ll use that today.

    Part 1:
    From Problems to Faith
    When it comes to dating and marriage, what problems do you face as a single woman?

    Happy Friday!!

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  6. Great first line! I will have to check out that book. Happy Friday! I’m featuring The Maid of Fairbourne Hall by Julie Klassen on my blog. But I will share the first line of Jody Hedlund’s Love Unexpected here. “The blast of a gunshot awoke Emma Chambers.”

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  7. I try & wear a hat outside (when I remember) because I’ve has 2 small skin cancers.
    Here’s my first line:

    Christmas or not, there was nothimg merry about the twisted alleys if Holywell. From 12 Days at Bleakly Manor by Michelle Griep. Such a good book, too!

    Thank you formthe giveaway opportunity.

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  8. I’ve read about half of the My Heart Belongs books & have enjoyed each one! I hope you do too ๐Ÿ™‚

    My current first line is from A MOTHER IN THE MAKING by Gabrielle Meyer: “John Orton stared at Anna’s portrait, his grief nothing compared to his pulsing guilt.”

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  9. My first line is from The Color of Redemption by Lynn Cornell:

    “An eerie foreboding had jolted me from my sleep this morning, vexing my spirit – the kind of vexing that made me want to cower under my covers and stay in bed.”

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