First Line Friday – No One Ever Asked



Happy Friday friends and welcome to First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books!


Today I am sharing a book that I am currently in the midst of reading. It. Is. Amazing. I have no idea how I will even be able to come up with the words to write the review on this book. It is blowing my mind. I know you’ve heard about it – it’s everywhere right now, as it should be. Katie Ganshert’s No One Ever Asked. Friends, I just have to say if ever there was a book that you needed to read that was relevant in our world today – this is that book! Please, get your hands on this book. Ask your library for it, borrow it from a friend, buy it, whatever means necessary to get a copy to read (well, maybe not “whatever” means, we have to draw a line somewhere ha!).


Today’s first line is…….


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An earthquake started it.


It’s short, I know. But I’m telling you that this book will be worth your time. If I didn’t have to work (it always gets in the way, right?), I would have just spent an entire day reading it.  **Sigh** Is it time to get back reading yet???


Now it’s your turn to share your first line! Grab the book nearest to you and share the first line in the comments. Don’t forget  to check out what everyone else is reading at Hoarding Books!


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12 thoughts on “First Line Friday – No One Ever Asked

  1. Sleep, I need sleep. But instead of hitting the snooze button, I’m frantically charging along a downtown city sidewalk, weaving through throngs of Monday-morning business types who seem to be walking in every direction but mine.
    By TJ Amberson

  2. Happy Friday! I’m reading that book next week!?

    My FLF comes from a book im starting soon, Honeysuckle Dreams by Denise Hunter……

    Playing house was just a little too easy for Hope Daniels. Her special chicken casserole waited in the oven, covered with foil; butter beans were simmering on the stovetop; and the yeasty smell of baked rolls hung in the air.

    Have a great weekend!?

  3. This is on my ever growing TBR list and now I want to read it even more! I hope you have a relaxing weekend.

  4. Happy Friday!
    The book I’m sharing on my blog is A Sparrow in Terezin by Kristy Cambron but I’m sharing the book I’m currently (re)reading to get ready for the new Hallmark movie this weekend Once Upon A Prince by Rachel Hauck: “What did he say? The storm gusts moving over the Atlantic must have garbled his words.” Hope you have a blessed weekend!

  5. I just got this book. Very excited to read it!

    Happy Friday!

    Today on my blog, I am sharing the first line from Rachael Anderson’s newest Regency novel, My Sister’s Intended. It’s an excellent book I highly recommend. Here I will share the first three lines from the novel I’m currently reading, Not Abandoned by MacKenzie Morganthal.

    “It was a prison like none other. With boarded windows and a tall fence, I’d almost forgotten what it looked like outside. The bars that caged me in were strong, but not as strong as the bars I’d put up around my heart.”

  6. Happy Friday! My first line is from Joel C. Rosenberg’s book The Kremlin Conspiracy, which my husband grabbed from me and read first:

    “Louisa Sherbatov had just turned six, but she would never turn seven.”

  7. I’m going to show the first line of The Pirate Bride by Kathleen Y’Barbo:
    Mama may have been named for the great-grandmother who traveled from England on the Mayflower, but the fact certainly did not keep her in the land of her birth.

  8. I’ve heard nothing but great things about this book. I want to read it!

    I’m sharing the first line from Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller on my blog today—a wonderful Christian Regency romance.

    But I’m going to share the first line from the book I’m currently reading – an advance copy of Falling for You by Becky Wade. It doesn’t release until 1 May, but I loved True to You and I have no self-control when it comes to Becky Wade, so here are the opening lines:

    “I discovered a secret.”
    Corbin Stewart looked sharply at twelve-year-old Charlotte Dixon. “What kind of a secret?”

  9. Lost Boy by Chanda Hahn – “Hook sniffed the contents of his glass, wrinkling his nose in distaste before pushing the offending drink across his desk. “

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