Friday, November 23, 2018

First Line Friday (Week 80): Finding Love in Big Sky Montana

Happy Friday!

Welcome to First Line Friday's hosted by Hoarding Books.

Today's book is:  Finding Love in Big Sky Montana by Angela Ruth Strong
Finding love in Big Sky Montana
First Line:
"Paisley Sheridan pinned her last help wanted flyer to the bulletin board between an advertisement for Breakfast with Santa and free ski passes to Military Appreciation Day. Maybe next year she'd have time for holiday fun, but this year she had work to do, and she needed to hire someone to help her do it."

I read this book this time last year and right now I feel like I could be the girl on the cover. Our winter has arrived a bit early this year and it is freezing cold!  I am not a fan of the cold and am wearing mitts while outside but having a hot coffee in my hands would be great. My review can be found 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. I don't think I've read a book by this author. Looks like a great read.

    I posted about The Plum Blooms in Winter (Linda Thompson) on my blog.
    So, I'll share a line from a non-fiction book I am reading.

    `The Sparkle Effect` (Kristen Dalton Wolfe)

    Chapter 3 (page 15)

    "For the longest time, I didn't have a sense of style. I looked to other people and trends to decide what I should wear."

  2. Here’s my first line from The Making of Mrs. Hale by Carolyn Miller:

    Julia Hale lifted a weary hand and rapped on the yellow painted door. Please let me in. please!

    Paula Shreckhise. Google doesn’t like me since my last update.

  3. Happy Friday!
    On my blog this week I'm sharing the first line from The Mayflower Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse but I'm currently reading the Amish Midwife's secret by Rachel J Good so I'll share the line from my current chapter (10) here: "By the time Leah arrived at the Groffs', Sharon had already completed the checkup." Hope you have a wonderful weekend with plenty of quality reading time!

  4. Happy Friday and Happy Weekend! My first line (and 3rd line because I love this line) is from "Reaching Her Heart" by Kimberly Rae Jordan:

    "Tristan Callaghan moved to the side of the long hallway to let a young couple pass, giving them a smile and a nod before continuing on... What on earth had possessed him to agree to teach Sunday School to seven and eight-year-old boys?"

  5. I'm also not a fan of the cold. Snow is pretty as an occasional treat, but I'm glad I live somewhere it's not a regular feature of winter.

    I'm sharing the first line from Ashmore by Angela Curtis on my blog today. It's her debut novel, and it's based on the real-life journey her ancestors took when emigrating from England to New Zealand. It makes me thankful for our modern world where we have cleaner and faster methods of transport!

    "One half-witted decision changed Lillie Curtis' life forever. Unfortunately, that decision had not been her own."

    Happy reading!

  6. It seems like winter has arrived her as well!

    I hope you can stop by: