First Line Friday: The Adoption Surprise

Today for First Line Friday, we’re looking at The Adoption Surprise by Zoey Marie Jackson. First Line Friday is hosted by Reading is my Super Power.

For the third time that Thursday morning, Kelsey Harris fought back tears.

About the Book

Separated at birth and determined to become a family.

“She looks like me!” When her orphaned niece utters those words, Kelsey Harris is shocked—not only that Morgan has a long-lost twin but that the grieving five-year-old spoke at all. Overjoyed by Morgan and Mia’s instant connection, Kelsey and Zach Johnson, Mia’s widowed adoptive father, agree to be friends—and only friends. But can they ignore their growing feelings when the matchmaking sisters put their plan into action?

(Source: Goodreads)

About the Author

Zoey Marie Jackson loves writing sweet romances. She is almost never without a book and reads across genres. Zoey is currently working on her first book for the Harlequin Love Inspired Line. She loves interacting with readers. You can reach her online at or on Facebook.

(Source: Author Website)

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


6 thoughts on “First Line Friday: The Adoption Surprise

  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m just beginning A Proper Scandal by Esther Hatch.
    “I am to go by myself?” Grace dropped the rag she had been using to wash the parlor window.
    I hope you have a great weekend! 😀❤📚

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  2. Sounds like a cute book!

    My first line is from Counterfeit Love by Crystal Caudill:
    December 31, 1883
    “I don’t understand why we can’t marry sooner. Cincinnati doesn’t require your grandfather’s consent.”

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