Friday, 2 February 2018

First Line Friday (Week 38): What Dreams May Come


Happy Friday!

Welcome to First Line Friday's hosted by Hoarding Books.
 
Today's book is: What Dreams May Come by Alana Terry

What Dreams May Come
First line is:
"Snow fell from the sky at a listless, melancholy pace."


This is the book I am currently reading for an upcoming blog tour I am participating in. I was drawn in by the cover, which is funny cause I am not a fan of snow and hate having bundle all up like the characters are.  Sure snow can be pretty to look at, but I would rather not have it but if it is going to snow I wish it would only happen on days that I don't have to leave the house.

Now it's your turn!
Let me know your first line in the comments and then head over
to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating!
 

11 comments:

  1. Oh, this is one I plan to get to this weekend!

    Here's are the first couple lines of a Love Inspired Suspense I finished recently but haven't featured: Her head throbbed and grogginess gripped her. She rocked as if on giant waves. (from Thread of Revenge by Elizabeth Goddard.

    Happy Friday!

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  2. I enjoyed this when it first came out. Love that it's based on the author's own story of meeting her husband!

    I'm in historical fiction lover's heaven this week, with the first line from Jocelyn Green's "A Refuge Assured" on my blog, and the first line from Kristy Cambron's "The Lost Castle" below:

    "Crumbling walls were rare, beautiful things."

    I'll leave you to ponder that thought. :-)

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  3. Yes! I too was drawn in by this cover, and like you, I'm not a fan of snow, winter, or cold. I'm looking forward to reading the story also!

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  4. Such a magical cover!

    March 1936

    A long black train scrapes across Mr. Sutton's fields. - Into the Free by Julie Cantrell

    Happy Friday and Happy Reading!

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  5. That cover is so cute! I'm need to find myself a copy.

    I'm sharing Be the Hands and Feet by Nick Vujicic on my blog today, but the first line that I'll share here is The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano. Loving this book so far!

    "Three hours in Saturday night dinner service and she was already running on fumes."

    Happy reading! :)

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  6. I'm not a big fan of snow myself, mostly because I hate having to shovel and/or drive in it. But I do love that cover! So pretty.

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  7. On my blog, I'm featuring Serendipity by one of my favorite authors, Cathy Marie Hake. Here, I'd like to share a line from the 30th chapter of The Captivating lady by Carolyn Miller, which is the book I'm currently reading. "The hope filling his heart leaked out the next day when he saw the way Charlotte barely looked at him." May you enjoy a blessed, joyful, and restful weekend.

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  8. Happy Friday! My first line is from Kizzie's Kisses by Zina Abbott:

    "Kizzie Atwell felt her breathing become more labored."

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  9. I hear you on the snow and bundling issues. I loathe wearing layers. I don't even like wearing long sleeve t-shirts under coats. Good thing I live in sunny SoCal. :)

    I’m sharing the first line from Anne Mateer’s No Small Storm over on my blog, so I’ll share a different line here. It’s from A Bride At Last by Melissa Jagears:
    Missouri
    September 1885
    At the sound of running footsteps, Kate Donovan glanced up from dumping mop water in the alleyway outside the school building.
    Happy weekend!

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  10. I understand about now wanting to get out in the snow...lol. I love the cover though! Happy Friday!

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  11. Over on my blog, I'm sharing the first lines from the three novellas in A Night in Grosvenor Square. It's a new Timeless Regency Collection. I'm 1/2 way done, and I'm loving it so much. Currently, I'm starting chapter 5 in the second story, so I'll share that first line here:

    "In spite of Anne's attempts to distract herself from thoughts of Davis Whitledge, hours of repetitive work allowed her mind to drift."

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