If you're an avid reader like me, you know there are hundreds of thousands of books to choose from. No one can sort through them all. Yet, there are books out there that really deserve to be read. So I've decided to showcase some authors I know and love. Today, I'm featuring romance novels. In the coming days, I'll focus on other genres simply because I've never read a genre I didn't love.
Enjoy the opening lines from these novels and see if any (or all) of them tickle your fancy. J
Myrna MacKenzie's The Rancher's Unexpected Family
Kathryn Ellis closed her eyes and took a deep breath. What she was about to do, seeking out Holt Calhoun when he clearly didn't want to be found…
You can find The Rancher's Unexpected Family at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Visit Myrna MacKenzie at her website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
Karen Cantwell's Kiss Me, Tate
's greatest weakness was her inability to see past
people's social veneers. Which was why she found herself standing with a
cardboard box tucked under one arm and a severance check in her other hand,
wondering what the heck had just happened. Bergen
You can find Kiss Me, Tate at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Visit Karen Cantwell at her website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
Melissa McClone's Home For Christmas
"You didn't tell me the Bar V5 held the Guinness World Record for the longest driveway." Rachel Murphy stared out the window of her brother Tyler's 4x4 pickup. Against Montana's big sky—a gorgeous, cloudless, cornflower blue this December morning—the snow covering tree branches and mountaintops was white enough to eat, like whipped cream or better yet meringue.
You can find Home For Christmas at Amazon. Visit Melissa McClone at her website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
Annie Jones's The Christmas Sisters
, ain't even a town anymore, Sam Moss." The old
black man drew his antler-handled knife along a thick stick. Bark curled and
fell onto the cracked leather of his spit-shined wingtips. "It's just
scraps and bones." Alabama
Jackie Weger's On A Wing And A Prayer
you hang on to Nicholas," Rebecca ordered as she lined up the five orphans
just inside the hangar door. She had an instant sensation of space and
unfamiliar shadow. The building, huge and poorly lit and smelling of grease,
much like a mechanic's garage, intensified the sensation. Rebecca shivered.
She'd had misgivings about this trip from the start, but her arguments against
it had fallen on deaf ears.
You can find On A Wing And A Prayer at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Visit Jackie Weger at her website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
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Look for more Opening Lines coming soon.
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