First Line Friday 22.5 Featuring: Kiera

Happy First Line Friday! Today is an extra special Friday for me personally, because this evening is my Commencement ceremony! Although I will still have to complete my capstone project over the summer before I can officially receive my degree, today I will be hooded as a Master of Library and Information Science. How crazy is that?!

But, before I get to that, today I’m sharing the first line of Kiera, the book from Tuesday’s blog tour post and linking up with First Line Friday.

First Line Friday is a weekly linkup hosted at Reading Is My Superpower. To participate, share the first line of a book of your choice, add the link to the linkup on the host’s page, and check out what others are reading and sharing!    

About the Book

Title: Kiera

Genre: Christian Young Adult Science Fiction

Synopsis: Kiera’s life is pretty simple—garden, hang out with her best friend, babysit little Jade, and finish up homeschool high school. But a global war and mandatory draft turn her eighteenth birthday into a nightmare. Brennan, Jade’s adoptive dad, offers his last name and exemption status, leaving Kiera to question everything she’s ever thought about love. Even worse, she might actually be starting to have feelings for him. Life settles into a routine before shattering again, and Kiera is left with only one question… If God truly loves her, why is this happening?

Links: Purchase the eBook here | Purchase the hardback here | Add Kiera on Goodreads here

Does this weekend (or this month, really) hold anything special for you? If not, I hope it passes calmly and you get to experience a time of peace as the season changes.

Until the next chapter,


4 thoughts on “First Line Friday 22.5 Featuring: Kiera

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  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently reading Potiphar’s Wife by Mesu Andrews.
    “Potiphar escaped his chamber with the relief of a prisoner on the run.”
    I hope you have an excellent weekend filled with fun reading time. 😀❤📚


  2. My first line this week is from When The Meadow Blooms by Ann Gabhart:
    February 27, 1925
    “You will never be completely well. Tuberculosis leaves it’s mark on your lungs.”

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  3. Congratulations on your huge accomplishment!!

    I just started At Love’s Bidding by Regina Jennings and the first line is: “Behind the massive marble building where even in May the crisp sea air never chased away the odors ground unto the cobblestone, the newsboys and shoe-shinners gathered, waiting in her.”

    On my blog is the first line is from To Tame a Cowboy by Jody Hedlund.

    I hope you have a great weekend celebrating!

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