First Line Friday: In Search of a Prince

Today for First Line Friday, we’re looking at In Search of a Prince by Toni Shiloh. First Line Friday is hosted by Reading is my Super Power.

“Your Majesty, I’m afraid the news is not good.”

About the Book

Brielle Adebayo is fully content teaching at a New York City public school and taking annual summer vacations with her mother to Martha’s Vineyard. But everything changes when her mom drops the mother of all bombshells–Brielle is a princess in the kingdom of Ọlọrọ Ilé, Africa, and she must immediately assume her royal position, since the health of her grandfather, King Tiwa Jimoh Adebayo, is failing.

Distraught by her mother’s betrayal, Brielle is further left spinning when the Ọlọrọ Ilé Royal Council brings up an old edict that states she must marry before assuming the throne or the crown will be passed to another. Uncertain who to choose from the council’s list of bachelors, she struggles with the decision along with the weight of her new role in a new country. With her world totally shaken, she must take a chance on love and brave the perils a wrong decision may bring.

(Source: Goodreads)

About the Author

Toni Shiloh is a wife, mom, and multi-published Christian contemporary romance author. She writes to bring God glory and to learn more about His goodness. Her novels, Grace Restored, was a 2019 Holt Medallion finalist, Risking Love a 2020 Selah Award finalist, The Truth About Fame a 2021 Holt Medallion finalist, and The Price of Dreams a 2021 Maggie Award finalist. Learn more at http://tonishiloh.com.

(Source: Author Website)

Your turn. Whats the first line of the book you’re reading?

8 thoughts on “First Line Friday: In Search of a Prince

  1. I’m currently reading Drawn by the Current by Jocelyn Green. It is SO good! I’m just beginning chapter 18, so I’ll share from there.
    “Thursday, August 5, 1915
    Today was the day.”
    I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Happy reading. 😀❤📚

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  2. I’ll be reading Prince soon!

    My first line is from Ever Constant by Tracie Peterson and KimberleyWoodhouse:
    Chapter 1. 1905 Nome, Alaska
    Snow glimmered in the moonlight. A beautiful start to another morning in Nome,

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