First Line Friday: A Future for His Twins

Happy Friday, friends! It’s time for First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books. Grab the book nearest to you and share the first line! Today I’m sharing the first line of A Future for His Twins by Susanne Dietze! This book sounds awesome, be sure to check it out!


And the First Line is…

Faith Latham had downed her usual portion of morning caffeine, but it was adrenaline, pure and simple, that made her hands shake when she locked the door to her antiques store.


About the Book

Will these children get their greatest wish?

A battle over a building could lead to a mother for his twins.

Tomás Santos and Faith Latham both want to rent the same building in town, and neither is willing to give up the fight. But Tomás’s young twins want a new mom—and they’re sure Faith’s the perfect fit. Can these little matchmakers inspire Tomás and Faith to put their differences aside and become a family?

From Harlequin Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

Widow’s Peak Creek
 

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About the Author


Susanne Dietze began writing love stories in high school, casting her friends in the starring roles. Today, she’s an award-winning, RITA®-nominated author who’s seen her work on the Publisher’s Weekly and ECPA Bestseller Lists for Inspirational Fiction. Married to a pastor and the mom of two, Susanne lives in California and loves fancy-schmancy tea parties, the beach, and curling up on the couch with a costume drama. You can visit her on her website, www.susannedietze.com


Post by contributor Caitlyn Santi


Wow, did that first line grab you and make you want to read more? It sure did me!!!

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

4 thoughts on “First Line Friday: A Future for His Twins

  1. Susie’s book was great.
    My first line us from Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse. The second book in the series Treasures of Nome.
    Nome, Alaska. September 1904
    The lively tune on the piano couldn’t keep up with the smile in Madysen’s heart.

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