First Line Friday – Surf Smugglers

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books!  It’s been a long week for me, and I am totally ready for this three day weekend!! I’m hoping it will include tons of reading time, family time, and making some shirts and earrings for our Etsy shop 🙂

Today I’m featuring a new release by Melody Carlson. Speaking of which – did you see the Hallmark movie last weekend based on her book All Summer Long!? I put it on my DVR because I was too tired to stay awake for it (getting old is not fun!), so hopefully I can watch that this weekend too. Anyways, Surf Smugglers is a historic read, book 3 in The Legacy of Sunset Cove series, published by the amazing WhiteFire Publishing!!

“Anna could tell by Jim’s expression that the news was not good.”

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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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6 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Surf Smugglers

  1. A teenage boy named Lenny rode silently through pristine Iowan fields, gliding along on a set of tracks.
    UNDER THE HEAVENS by Thomas Nye

  2. Happy Friday!

    Today on my blog I’m sharing the first line from The Art of Rivers by Janet Ferguson: Currently I’m finishing up Finding Miss Enderly by Joanna Davidson Politano. I’ll share a line from that book here. 🙂

    “As we hurried through the hallway, his grip on my arm tightened until I half expected to hear my bones snap.”

    Hope you have a great weekend filled with awesome reading time. 🙂❤📚

  3. Happy Friday!

    I shared the first few lines of my current read Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron on my blog. But, here, I’ll share the first lines of a book I recently finished – City of Copper by S.A. Chakraborty.

    “He was an easy mark.

    Nahri smiled behind her veil, watching the two men bicker as they approached her tall. The younger one glanced anxiously down the alley while the older man – her client – sweated in the cool dawn air. Save for the men, the alley was empty; fajr had already been called and anyone devout enough for public prayer – not that there were many in her neighborhood – was already ensconced in the small mosque at the end of the street.”

    Hope you enjoyed that. Have a great weekend!

  4. Happy Labor Day Weekend! My first line is from A Love So Real (New Hope Falls Book 1) by Kimberly Rae Jordan:

    “Elijah McNamara gave the lightbulb one final gentle turn then glanced down at the man holding the ladder for him.”

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