#FIRST LINES FRIDAY – SPOTLIGHT ON SANTA PUPPY BY LYNN CAHOON

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS!

Looking for a fun and relaxing  Christmas story.  here is one that will put you I the Christmas spirit. Lynn Cannon never disappoint me and I am looking forward to this book.


NOVELLA # 9.75

PUBLISHER KENSINGTON

DATE OF PUBLICATION NOVEMBER 6, 2018

FIRST LINES

“Home. It’s somewhere we can lay our heads at night. Where we can store our belongings and cook our food. Home is where we live with the people we love, raise our children, and cuddle with our pets. Some people live in houses. Some people live in homes. And a few, more than I’d like to admit, live in shelters and on the street, whether they be man or beast. I couldn’t do much regarding the human issue of homelessness today, but I’d had a brainstorm about the beast part.

Today, several of my friends and I were going to the Humane Society. With the window open, I could hear the waves crashing on the rocks as Greg King, my boyfriend and South Cove’s primary police detective, drove his pickup truck up the Pacific Coast Highway to Bakerstown.”


NETGALLEY SAYS

“Twas the season of Christmas, and all through South Cove, California, Santa is working overtime to deliver a special gift . . .
 
Jill Gardner has volunteered her Coffee, Books, and More to host a Christmas adopt-a-pet party. Among the potential forever friends is a male terrier named Baby, whose owner died of a heart attack. With few clues to go on, even finding the name of Baby’s human is a daunting task. But there’s no challenge too big for Jill this holiday season.
 
Playing Santa’s Little Helper, Jill is determined to find out what happened —and to fulfill a long-time coming Christmas wish . . .”
 


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6 Responses to #FIRST LINES FRIDAY – SPOTLIGHT ON SANTA PUPPY BY LYNN CAHOON

  1. Happy Friday!🎃

    My first lines come from Winter Without You by Beth Good.

    Hannah thought it looked like the saddest house in the world, a slate-roofed Cornish monolith with dark windows for eyes, looming out at them from under November rain. Did houses have feelings , though? she wondered, studying it as they drew steadily closer. Could a house emote? Or was that all in the eyes of the beholder?

    Have a great weekend and happy reading!💕📚💕

  2. Kathy says:

    I’m having problems with wordpress, so I hope you can read this comment. My first line is from “A Very Merry Murder,” by Mary Angela.
    “Up and down Oxford Street, Christmas decorations were beginning to twinkle, lighting up the snow in globes of red, green and gold.”
    Happy Reading!

  3. lghiggins says:

    It should be a fun read!

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