First Line Friday: Unfolding Grace by Kikelomo Kuponiyi.

Happy Friday Everyone!

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books. Grab the book nearest to you and share the first line! Today I am sharing the first line from Unfolding Grace. This book you’d love.

And the first line is…

The leader of the jazz band made groaning sounds Bayo knew he thought were cool.


ABOUT THE BOOK.

Bayo had it made. A rich father and good business acumen; a beautiful, professional fiancée, a new business that promises a wealthy future. What more could he ask for? Things were looking good. Then God stepped in! What happens now? Thus starts the journey of his life, where he would need God’s unfolding grace to come into the future pre-planned for him.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR.

Kikelomo Kuponiyi is a banker, lawyer and writer. After obtaining her law degree, she ventured into banking and built her career there. Her love for the arts was however maintained through writing journals, poetry and short stories. She recently retired from banking and is walking with God to navigate His plans for the second half of her life. Unfolding Grace is her first published novel. She is married with three children and lives in Lagos, Nigeria. Amazon Website Instagram

Let us know the first line of the book closest to you & then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating!

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2 thoughts on “First Line Friday: Unfolding Grace by Kikelomo Kuponiyi.

  1. I’m currently reading The London Restoration by Rachel McMillan. I’m just beginning chapter 10, so I’ll share from there:
    “The only other time Diana had been at Brent’s flat -her flat- in Clerkenwell alone was when she was packing her suitcase to leave for Buckinghamshire.”
    I hope you have a great weekend! 😀❤📚

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