Friday, August 10, 2018

First Line Friday (Week 65): Freedom's Kiss

Happy Friday!

Welcome to First Line Friday's hosted by Hoarding Books.
Today's book is: Freedom's Kiss by Sarah Monzon

Freedom's Kiss
First Line:
"Freedom. No single word had the right to hold such power."

Released this past Monday! It is book 3 of the Carrington Family series by Sarah Monzon and features brother Adam. After reading books 1 and 2 I couldn't wait to spend more time with the Carrington family. Be sure to check out this series if you haven't already. My review of this book is here.
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!


  1. Happy Friday! On my blog, I'm featuring a Regency romance by Sally Britton, "The Gentleman Physician." I'm still reading it so I will share the first line in Chapter 20 here. "Are you going to resume glaring at Miss Devon when she returns?" Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

  2. TGIF! On my blog, I'm featuring The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins. "Carolyn, blood-drenched and barefoot, walked alone down the two-lane stretch of blacktop that the Americans called Highway 78." It's a new one I picked up and it sound intriguing! Have a great weekend.

  3. Happy Friday!

    I shared the first line of the 8th book from the In Death series, Conspiracy in Death. But here, I'll share with you the first line of one of the books I'm currently reading. This one is from Kit Frick's "See All the Stars."


    We went to the party because Ret insisted. I was perfectly happy right where we were: lying on our backs in Jenni's sprawling front yard, building our best-ever summer playlist, telling time by the dandelion clocks until the sky was a white haze of down. We were idle and airy. We had perfected the summer loaf.

    Hope you enjoyed that. Happy weekend! :D

  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from Other People’s Children by Ellen Fannon (which I have laughed so hard through the little bit I started reading): Prologue:

    “Why are children so childish?” Robin groused to herself as she sat valiantly attempting to put two coherent thoughts together for her newspaper column that was due tomorrow.

  5. Happy Friday! I'm sharing from the third Lady Alkmene Callender Cosy Mystery on my blog today. Here are the first lines from the fourth, Fatal Masquerade by Vivian Conroy:

    "Can't this thing go any faster?" Denise Hargrove snapped at the driver. During the drive she'd consulted her watch over and over again, exuding a nervous energy Lady Alkmene Callender found hard to place.