First Line Friday

Happy Friday book friends!!! Can you believe we are already halfway through JULY??? We have been a little behind on making posts lately, but we are back and ready to party!

What better way to get back into the swing of things than having a little fun with #firstlinefriday, a weekly meme hosted by Hoarding Books. This week I am featuring a book that Thi has been telling me to read for months now, The The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn.

The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

First Line:

“Her husband’s almost home. He’ll catch her this time”


Anna Fox lives alone, a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), watching old movies, recalling happier times . . . and spying on her neighbors.

Then the Russells move into the house across the way: a father, a mother and their teenage son. The perfect family. But when Anna, gazing out her window one night, sees something she shouldn’t, her world begins to crumble and its shocking secrets are laid bare.

What is real? What is imagined? Who is in danger? Who is in control? In this diabolically gripping thriller, no one—and nothing—is what it seems.

I have lost track of how many times Thi has told me that I need to read this book. After reading that first line, I am more intrigued, and ready to dive in! Hopefully I will be able to fit this into my reads before the end of the year (but I make no promises)

As always, thank you for stopping by and supporting our blog. We really appreciate all of you! Now drop a comment down below with the first line of your favorite book, a book next to you, or maybe your current read!

First line friday

Hello, fellow book friends! Hope you are all doing well! Today is FRI-YAY and you know what that means!!! It’s #firstlinefriday, a weekly meme hosted by Hoarding Books. I always get excited about this prompt, because I get to search through my library and see which sentence captures my attention the most. This week I am featuring They Went Left by Monica Hesse.

They went left by monica hesse

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First Line:

The last time I saw Abek:
Barbed wire, rusty metal knots.

Christie sent me the synopsis for this book a few months ago, and I knew I had to get my hands on it! So, being the self-control person I am, I went to preorder it! Now that I’ve read the first sentence- I’m ready to dive into this book sooner rather than later!

Alright- it’s your turn! Drop a comment with the first line of your favorite book, a book close to you, or a book on your TBR! 🙂 and as always, stay safe and happy, friends!


First Line Friday

Welcome back, y’all! This week, I thought I would join in on a fun prompt called First Line Friday to get our minds off all current affairs. First Line Friday is a weekly feature hosted by Hoarding Books. I’ll be featuring the first lines from two books (one closest to me and one from a book on my TBR). See if you can guess what they are! 🙂

Book One:
“Everyone on the internet is a liar.”

Hint: This is the author’s second novel.

Book: Follow Me by Kathleen Barber

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About the book:

Everyone wants new followers…until they follow you home.

Audrey Miller has an enviable new job at the Smithsonian, a body by reformer Pilates, an apartment door with a broken lock, and hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers to bear witness to it all. Having just moved to Washington, DC, Audrey busies herself impressing her new boss, interacting with her online fan base, and staving off a creepy upstairs neighbor with the help of the only two people she knows in town: an ex-boyfriend she can’t stay away from and a sorority sister with a high-powered job and a mysterious past.

But Audrey’s faulty door may be the least of her security concerns. Unbeknownst to her, her move has brought her within striking distance of someone who’s obsessively followed her social media presence for years—from her first WordPress blog to her most recent Instagram Story. No longer content to simply follow her carefully curated life from a distance, he consults the dark web for advice on how to make Audrey his and his alone. In his quest to win her heart, nothing is off-limits—and nothing is private.

Book Two:
“I have stopped loving you.”

Any guesses? (Hint: This book releases May 15, 2020)

Book: What Lies Between Us by John Marrs


About the book:

Nina can never forgive Maggie for what she did. And she can never let her leave.

They say every house has its secrets, and the house that Maggie and Nina have shared for so long is no different. Except that these secrets are not buried in the past.

Every other night, Maggie and Nina have dinner together. When they are finished, Nina helps Maggie back to her room in the attic, and into the heavy chain that keeps her there. Because Maggie has done things to Nina that can’t ever be forgiven, and now she is paying the price.

But there are many things about the past that Nina doesn’t know, and Maggie is going to keep it that way—even if it kills her.

Because in this house, the truth is more dangerous than lies.

Let me know the first line in the book closest to you or your favorite book in the comments, so I can add some new books to my never ending TBR! 🙂