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First Line Fridays (8/9/2019)

When I was in grade school, my best friend, Alison Kim, was obsessed with horses. She was the horse girl—you know the one. She took lessons, came to school in cowboy boots, and always smelled faintly of barn. That's right! It's My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren. I adore their books and this one… Continue reading First Line Fridays (8/9/2019)

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First Line Fridays (8/2/2019)

I wonder what other people my age are doing at this very moment. Scrolling through Tinder? Hitting the town with their squad? I don’t have a squad. That's right!! It's Hotshot Doc by R.S. Grey! Here's the blurb Dr. Russell has a bad reputation around our hospital. The scrub techs say he’s cold-blooded, the nurses… Continue reading First Line Fridays (8/2/2019)

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First Line Fridays (7/26/2019)

MY PARLOR smelled of linseed oil and spike lavender, and a dab of lead tin yellow glistened on my canvas. I had nearly perfected the color of Gadfly’s silk jacket. A skilled painter must stand up to the ancient power of the faerie courts—even as she falls in love with a faerie prince—in this gorgeous… Continue reading First Line Fridays (7/26/2019)

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First Line Fridays (7/19/2019)

“And they all lived happily ever after,” I muttered in falsetto. “Yeah, not so much.” I stared at the wanted poster on an ironwood tree in the Sherwood Forest that had my name, Rexi Hood, emblazoned across the bottom. Have you guessed it yet? It's: In the sequel to Spelled, can Robin Hood's daughter, Rexi,… Continue reading First Line Fridays (7/19/2019)

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First Line Fridays (7/12/2019)

“Are you Logan Hunt?” I’d climbed off the bus after a three-day ride from Texas wanting nothing more than a shower and a nap. Instead I got the woman standing in front of me. IT'S THE FRIEND ZONE!!! I recently read this book and it's amazing. The depth of feelings in both characters in such… Continue reading First Line Fridays (7/12/2019)

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First Line Fridays (7/5/2019)

Three luscious lemon tarts glistened up at Catherine. She reached her towel-wrapped hands into the oven, ignoring the heat that enveloped her arms and pressed against her cheeks, and lifter the tray from the hearth. Did you guess? It was Heartless by Marissa Meyer: Long before she was the terror of Wonderland--the infamous Queen of… Continue reading First Line Fridays (7/5/2019)

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First Line Fridays (6/21/19)

"That summer, at a bar on Mertie Creek, two truckers by the names of Saddle Tramp and Mad Dog emerged from a night of drinking booze and listening to Kenny Chsney on the jukebox to find girl's underwear-one thong, one Days of the week (Sunday), and one monkey face-lying across their windshields." In a Ya-Ya… Continue reading First Line Fridays (6/21/19)