First Line Fridays – A Thankful Heart

Happy Friday! And for our US reader friends, happy day-after-Thanksgiving! I hope those of you who celebrate Thanksgiving had a marvelous holiday with family and/or friends and yummy food.

We’re continuing to celebrate here on Hoarding Books with a Thanksgiving themed special edition! And don’t you just LOVE the cover for today’s first line book –

A Thankful Heart
by Melissa McClone

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“A chocolate lover’s ambrosia. That was what Dakota Parker called the hot chocolate on the Copper Mountain Chocolates’ menu.”

Yum. Now I want hot chocolate. Who’s with me?!?

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First Line Fridays — Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets

Hi, reader friends! Are all y’all in the Christmas spirit yet? I’m getting there… I just made my first Christmas gift purchase and we’re looking forward to putting the tree up next week.

Wyoming Christmas Quadruplets by Jill Kemerer

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“Belle, would you get the door?” Marshall Graham held Ben in one arm and Max in the other. Both infants were crying as if they hadn’t eaten in hours.

 

This cover is just too cute and stressful all at once! Can you imagine raising FOUR babies at once?! Mamas of multiples, you have my admiration and respect! By the way, you’ll catch the next couple of lines when you visit Faithfully Bookish.

 

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