First Lines Fridays / Book Beginnings on Fridays – August 10, 2018

Dear book-lovers,
There are two similar Friday book memes, so I’m doing both of them here in one post, which basically means, that I’m sharing with you the first lines of the book that I’m currently reading. Book Beginnings on Fridays is hosted @ Rose City Reader – Share the first sentence of the book you are reading along with your thoughts and impressions. And First Lines Fridays @ Wandering Words – Pick a book, open to the first page and share a few lines without spoilers and without revealing what the book is, then reveal the book.

At the moment I’m reading a book that is not that good and interesting, therefore, I’m not very excited to share it here with you, hence, I chose a book from cute YA sport romance series that I finished reading about a week ago. So here is the first line from the first book of this series (I chose to use the first book, just because it’s my favourite):

HE’D NEVER TRIED to kiss me, even when we practically shared the same bed for half of the summer.

I think that the first line is thoroughly intriguing. This was an entertaining, sweet and fast read that I really enjoyed as a great distraction from everyday life. This was a fun series that are perfect for any time of the year.


But let’s not keep you waiting any longer, so this first lines come from …








Play With Me (Grover Beach Team #1) by Piper Shell (also known as Anna Katmore)

play with me

What book are you reading at the moment? Feel free to share the first lines of it and the name of the book in comments!

Happy reading,
Lady of Bookland

000 lady of bookland

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