Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring
Where Memories Await by Heidi Chiavaroli.
Can memories of old restore a forgotten love?
Camden, Maine ~ Present Day
Spunky octogenarian Priscilla Martin is a woman with many Christmas secrets. When a beloved niece tempts her to bare her wounded soul, Priscilla must decide whether to share the secret of her sister’s demise—and the reason she abandoned the man she loved in favor of a loveless marriage.
Camden, Maine ~ December, 1957
The only person Priscilla loves more than Ed Colton is her younger sister, Hazel. But when Ed is drafted and Hazel runs away to New York to be with a man she believes will make her famous, Priscilla’s plans crumble around her. Ed’s silence and Hazel’s tragic return leads Priscilla to make a choice she will forever regret.
Can revisiting long-ago memories give Priscilla what she’s longed for all these years?
This is Book 4 in The Orchard House Bed and Breakfast Series, a contemporary twist on the well-loved classic, Little Women. Readers will fall in love with the Martin family—Maggie, Josie, Lizzie, Bronson, Amie, and their mother Hannah—each trying to find their own way in the world and each discovering that love, home, and hope are closer than they appear.
[Graphic Text]: The ghosts of my past show themselves on Christmas Eve more than any other night of the year.
Now it’s your turn. Pull out the book beside you and tell us the first line.
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6 thoughts on “First Line Friday | Where Memories Await”
My first line is from Along a Storied Trail, by Ann H. Gabhart. “Everybody thought Tansy Calhoun was heartbroken after Jeremy Simpson threw her over for Jolene Hoskins.”
I loved this story. I hope you are, too! Happy Reading!
I really liked this story of hoe Roanoke settlement went missing .
My first line comes from Elinor by Shannon McNear:
“In the beginning was the sea.” She murmured.
I’m looking forward to that one! Happy weekend!
I have not read this series but I have heard a lot of good things about it!
I’ve enjoyed it! 🙂