First-Line Friday #120

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More Than We Remember

by Christina Suzann Nelson

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About the Book

The perp was a mama raccoon.

Guys, this novel is amazing. I am just starting chapter 6, and I can already tell you it’s a must-read story. More Than We Remember will release on February 18, 2020. I highly recommend adding this book to your TBR today. And, definitely check back soon for my full review.


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First-Line Friday #119

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Lone Star Ranger

by Renae Brumbaugh Green

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About the Book

August, 1877

Houston, Texas

Elizabeth Covington inhaled the scent of freshly baked bread as the hansom driver pulled into Houston’s Market Square.

I’ve never read a novel by this author before, but I’m very excited to dive into this story. The premise really piqued my interest. I’m just starting chapter 3 so I’m really new to the story, but so far I like Brumbaugh Green’s style. It’s fast-paced and highly engaging. Check back soon for my review!


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First-Line Fridays #118

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The Blizzard Bride

Daughters of the Mayflower #11

by Susanne Dietze

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About the Book

Chicago

December 3, 1887

“Forgive my cryptic invitation to lunch, Miss Bracey, but I dared not go into detail on the chance your post was intercepted.”

Abigail Bracey was not the sort of person whose mail was intercepted.

No one showed the least bit of interest in her monotonous life, but Mr. Welch, the balding gentleman seated across the white-draped table from her, was probably accustomed to others attempting to intercept his correspondence.

I know this is more than one line, but isn’t it fabulous?! In just two sentences we are shown so much about the main character. I love this. Writing like this is why I love Susie Dietze’s novels so much. She is master of saying much in a small number of words. And, I am SOOOOOO excited to read this book. When I learned that Susie was writing a novel for the Daughters of the Mayflower series, I knew I had to get my hands on this book ASAP. Definitely check back soon for my full review.


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First-Line Friday #117

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Veiled in Smoke

The Windy City Saga, #1

by Jocelyn Green

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About the Book

Chicago

Thursday, September 28, 1871

Meg’s father was gone. Again.

Oh. My. Goodness. This book is AMAZING! I devoured this novel in two days because I simply could not put it down. I may have even stayed up one night until 3 AM reading. I promise to have a more succinct review for release week but suffice to say pre-order this book today. This is one you just have to read!!! In fact, click HERE — it will take you straight to Jocelyn’s novel on AMAZON***.

***I get nothing financial if you click the link to Amazon. I am not affiliated with Amazon in any way other than being a binge book shopper. I just want you to buy Jocelyn’s novel because it is fantastic, and you deserve a fantastic read! 😉 😍


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First-Line Friday #116

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The Perfect Christmas

Winter, Montana #2

by Bell Renshaw

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About the Book

Nothing compared to Christmas time in Winter, Montana. Ansley Strauss climbed out of her truck and took a deep draught of cold, mountain air. Absolute perfection.

Are you in the mood for a sweet Christmas read? Then I highly recommend both novellas in the Winter, Montana series. They are so good! And, they’re super engaging and easy to read. So, if you are still in the Christmassy mood, I highly recommend you check out this series.

To read my full review of book #1, click HERE.

And, check back soon for my full review of The Perfect Christmas.


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First-Line Friday #115

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Love You, Truly

by Susan L. Tuttle

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About this Book

If Harlow Tucker had an ounce of self-preservation in her, she’d move to a state that at least pretended to cooperate with its seasons. But that would mean leaving her parents and sister, Mae, and that was about as likely to happen as Michigan being consistent with its weather.

Oh my goodness, is Love You, Truly an AMAZING story!!!! I just finished it — so be on the lookout for my review soon — and I am blown away by how super, duper good this book is. If you are in the mood for a superior contemporary romance, then purchase this book immediately. You will love it!


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First-Line Friday #114

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The Earl’s Betrothal

by Karen Tuft

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About the Book

The room was as silent as a tomb. Amelia Clarke handed the week’s menu to Lady Ashworth, who sat quietly in a chair, watching the Marquess of Ashworth sleep.

I saw this book showcased on one of the blogs that I follow and decided I needed to read it ASAP. I love Regency novels so much, and really need to escape into one right now. I am completely unfamiliar with Karen Tuft’s novels, but I’m just starting chapter 3 and I am really digging her writing style. Definitely check back soon for my full review!


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