First Line Fridays – Love, Lace, and Minor Alterations

Happy Friday!

If you have not had the pleasure of reading this cute and fun romance, I definitely encourage you to check it out!

Today’s first line is from…

Love, Lace and Minor Alterations
V. Joy Palmer

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When a bride finds The Dress, there is joy, laughter, and on some occasions, even spontaneous dancing.
There is none of that right now.

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First Line Fridays — The Underground Railroad Brides Collection

Hello, reader friends and welcome to June!! Today’s featured book is from my tbr and I’m really looking forward to diving in! It’s been too long since I’ve read a story set within the Underground Railroad movement and this book contains NINE!!!

The Underground Railroad Brides Collection

by Barbara Tifft Blakey, Ramona K. Cecil, Lynn A. Coleman, Cecelia Dowdy, Patty Smith Hall, Terri J. Haynes, Debby Lee, Darlene Panzera, Penny Zeller

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Emma Underground by Barbara Tifft Blakey

Emma Trebor stood with her husband, Paul, on the church steps as their youngest daughter, Catherine, sat beside her groom in the flower-bedecked carriage.

Follow the Christmas Star by Ramona K. Cecil

“Ah, don’t cry, Dahlia.” Edith reached out and brushed away the tear meandering down the little girl’s dusky cheek, her heart crumpling.

Under the Sails of Love by Lynn A. Coleman

“Come quick,” Charlotte whispered, signaling for the runaway slaves to hide in the old childhood fort.

The Bakery Bride by Cecelia Dowdy

“Son, when are you going to get married?” Oh no, she had to go and mention that.

Place of Refuge by Patty Smith Hall

She was running out of time. Jorgine Emmerson stared out at the lush green fields, the white boles of cotton swaying in time with the horses’ hooves.

Free to Love by Terri J. Haynes

Pounding jarred Winnifred from the hold of a deep sleep. She bolted upright, sending a quick glance to the still-dark windows.

The Winter Quilt by Debby Lee

Carol Martin clutched the handkerchief in her hands and gritted her teeth. She swore she wouldn’t look through her hope chest ever again.

The Song of Hearts Set Free by Darlene Panzera

Annie Morrison and her dearest friend had not taken more than five steps past Morrison’s cabinet shop when Louisa clutched her arm and let out a startled gasp.

Freedom’s Flight by Penny Zeller

Annalise Van Houten followed her aunt and uncle toward the First Church of Ridge Gap, Tennessee.

 

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First Line Fridays – Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Happy Friday!

This week on Hoarding Books we are celebrating Academia! I am featuring one of the most popular, and appropriate, books for graduation.

Did you receive this one for a graduation?

Oh, the Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss

Oh, the Places You'll Go!

“Congratulations!
Today is your day.
You’re off to Great Places!
You’re off and away!

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First Line Fridays — True To You

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Today’s first line is from

Falling for You

by Becky Wade.

Falling For You

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My First Line:

“I discovered a secret.”

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First Line Fridays: Better Together

Hooray for Fridays! And welcome to a special Mother’s Day edition of First Line Fridays here at Hoarding Books!

I’m just a cool-aunt (and we totally need our own day too!), but all the other members of the HB4 (the four bloggers who make up Hoarding Books) are moms – and they are great moms! So here’s a shoutout to the moms of littles and not-so-littles-anymore, to grandmas and mimis and nanas, and yes even to the cool aunts! Thank you for loving the next generation & helping them grow up into young men and women of character!

And now on to the business at hand… First Lines!

Better Together by Kimberly Stuart

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“I wasn’t sure who was more stunned, the twenty-two five-year-olds gripping their new Land’s End and Pottery Barn lunchboxes or the parents who had started this fiasco in the first place.”

You can read my review here.

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First Line Fridays — Pursued

Hello, reader friends and welcome to May!! My furbaby has a spa day at the groomer’s this morning so please be patient with me, she’s a bit of a diva! Let me know what your weekend plans are in the comments even if especially if it involves a good book!

 

Pursued by Linda K. Rodante

Pursued by Linda K. Rodante Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository

 

Cristina straightened the strap of her attaché case and strode down the corridor. The heels of her pumps sounded in the marble hall.

 

This book is on my wishlist but you can read Carrie’s review at Reading Is My SuperPower!

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First Line Friday – Unbreakable

Happy Friday!

Spring is in the air and a book is in my hands…well…ok, not right NOW as I am typing. But as soon as I hit “publish” I will be diving back into my current read.
Today I want to share a Young Adult book with you. This series has BLOWN me away! Filled with unique characters, an incredible world, and unforgettable emotions…Sara Ella is a mastermind of YA Fiction.

Unbreakable by Sara Ella

Unbreakable

“What is that wretched odor? Am I dead? Because I smell dead or death or something close to it. I can’t open my eyes. Not yet. Opening my eyes makes it real.”

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Don’t miss the first two books of the series!

Unblemished

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Unraveling

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First Line Fridays — Ashes on the Moor

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Today’s first line is from

Ashes on the Moor

by Sarah M. Eden.

Ashes on the Moor

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My First Line:

Petersmarch, Cambridgeshire, September 1871

Through a thick fog of grief, Evangaline Blake suffered the blow of each clang of the distant funeral bells.

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First Line Fridays – No One Ever Asked

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Happy Friday! Welcome to First Line Fridays with Hoarding Books!

Today’s first line comes from Katie Ganshert’s powerful new novel, No One Ever Asked.

no one ever asked

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“An earthquake started it.”

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First Line Fridays — Amongst the Roses

Hello, reader friends!

We’re celebrating wishing for flowers (and spring!) with a special edition of First Line Fridays!

Fans of Civil War fiction will especially enjoy today’s featured April release.

 

Amongst the Roses by Meghan M. Gorecki

Amongst the Roses by Meghan M. Gorecki Goodreads | Amazon 

 

April 12, 1861

“Papa’s home!” A nameless shiver of dread worked its way up Margaret Bryant’s spine, causing her fingers to shake as she checked the chatelaine watch at her waist.

 

 

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