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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Second Sentence Saturday: The Rock Star’s Christmas Reunion


SECOND SENTENCE SATURDAY is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by Jess of From Me to You ... Video, Photography, & Book Reviews. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

  • Grab the novel/novella your currently reading or previously read
  • Open to the first page of Chapter 1 or its Prologue
  • Share the SECOND sentence from that page
  • Share the novel/novella's title & its author, so that other participants can add that novel to their TBR Lists if they want



MY Second Sentence Saturday :

"The Rock Star’s Christmas Reunion" [The Connollys Series, Book 1] & [A Charisma Series Novel] by Heather Hiestand - [Amazon Book Link]

The trim had been freshly painted black and silvery Christmas icicle lights dangled underneath the eaves, reminding her of a studded leather jacket.



PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT to share either the link to your own SECOND SENTENCE SATURDAY post or share the sentence in a comment here (if you don’t have a blog). Thank You!

4 comments :

  1. What an interesting concept!!!! I love this!!! I'll be checking back to see the Second Sentences others have posted! #fbfab

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  2. Lovely concept! I'd love to take part, but I haven't read a book in English in decades! My readings are mostly in French, Italian and Spanish :)

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  3. Reading is a lost art now. So many things are digital now that we forget what it feels like to have an actual book in our hands.

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  4. This is so interesting , Reading has become digital now and i really miss reading actual books

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