First-Line Friday #112

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On My Honour

Brethren in Arms #1

by Elizabeth Johns

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About the Book

Vitoria, Northern Spain, June 1813

The Allied Encampment

The grief was so thick in their throats, none could speak.

This is my first read of an Elizabeth Johns novel. So far, I am enjoying it. Definitely check back soon for my full review!


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First-Line Friday #111

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Lake Season

Bluebell Inn Romance #1

by Denise Hunter

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About the Book

Adam Bradford was nobody’s idea of a hero.

So, I’m currently 50% of the way through this fantastic novel, and Adam Bradford is definitely my idea of a hero! LOL! I am loving this book. Definitely check back soon for my full review.


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First-Line Friday #110

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Diamond in the Rough

American Heiresses #2

by Jen Turano

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About the Book

New York City

November 1885

Any smidgen of hope that her entrance into New York 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.

Jen Turano is the queen of humor. Her books make me laugh out loud. Diamond in the Rough is no different. I am LOVING it so much. I’m 43% of the way done, but I can already say with confidence — read this book. It is SO good!!!


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First-Line Friday #109

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Misleading Miss Verity

Regency Brides: Daughters of Aynsley #3

by Carolyn Miller

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About the Book

Bath, Somerset

January 1820

It was the sobbing that decided her.

I adore Carolyn Miller’s novels. They are just so, so good. I am very much looking forward to reading this final novel in the Daughters of Aynsley series. If you have not yet read any of the novels in this series, I highly recommend that you do. All of Carolyn’s stories are well worth the read!


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First-Line Friday #108

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The Bright Unknown

by Elizabeth Byler Younts

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About the Book

I’m not sure whom I should thank — or blame — for the chance to become an old woman.

The Bright Unknown is one of the most amazing stories I’ve ever read. This book is phenomenal. Check back on Sunday for my review and a free giveaway!


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First-Line Friday #107

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Always Look Twice

Uncommon Justice #2

by Elizabeth Goddard

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About the Book

Monday, 7:35 P.M.

Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming

Harper Reynolds inched forward, hoping she hadn’t made a mistake in coming there.

This is the first novel I’ve read by Goddard. So far I am enjoying it. I don’t gravitate towards the Romantic Suspense genre too often, but this novel’s premise sounded interesting. I’m about 60% completed with this story, so check back soon to read my full review!


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First-Line Friday #106

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The Painted Castle

Lost Castle #3

by Kristy Cambron

44441963

About the Book

December 3, 1833

216 Strand, London, England

Thieves did not stop for a spot of tea — as a rule, they robbed and ran.

Brilliant first line! And quite a brilliant story. I’m a little more than 50% complete with this story and I am LOVING every beautiful second! I already highly, highly recommend this novel, but check back on Saturday for my full review!


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