First Line Friday – Finding Ever After

Do you love fairytales? If you do, you’re definitely going to want to get a copy of this collection of fairytale-inspired novellas that releases on Valentine’s Day. (That’s next Thursday for those of you who need a little reminder to buy your special someone a special something 😉 )

How about a Cinderalla-themed story set at the beautiful Biltmore Estate in North Carolina in 1913? Or a twist on Rapunzel set in 1920s Boston, featuring a reluctant heiress, a charming piano tuner, and a game of chess? Beauty and the Beast lends its inspiration to the story of a romance novelist who returns to the family pecan farm—and her ex-fiancé. And there’s a nod to Snow White in the final story, which includes a fake date with a handsome woodsman, seven geeks, and the world’s best apple tarts.

I can’t wait! How about you?

Finding Ever After

Pepper Basham, Rachel McMillan, Ashley Clark, Betsy St. Amant

Finding Ever After



Between Stairs and Stardust (Pepper Basham)

Sunset and sunrise captured the magnificent country chateau best.

Entanglements (Rachel McMillan)

Once upon a time, Father Francisco told Nic Ricci that to find math in music he merely had to look to Mozart.

Twice Upon A Time (Ashley Clark)

Under no circumstances would she fall for him again.

Once Bitten (Betsy St. Amant)

If wishes were apples, she could have baked two tarts by now.

Your turn! Grab the book nearest you and post the first line in the comments!
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9 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Finding Ever After

  1. Lovely cover art! 🙂

    Today on my blog I shared the first line from American Omens by Travis Thrasher but it’s also my current read so I’ll share the first line from my current chapter (8) here: “‘I believe.’ Dowland said with all the conviction and soul he could muster.” Hope you have a wonderful weekend with plenty of quality reading time! 🙂

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  2. My first lines are from A Return of Devotion by Kristi Hunter

    Marlborough, England. 1816

    She should have been prepared. After all, she’d had two months to imagine this moment. In truth she’d done little else besides imagine all the possible scenarios, each one worse than the last.
    But she hadn’t imagined this.

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