First Line Friday: The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright

Welcome to First Line Friday! This week I picked up The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright!

About the Book

Fierce Heart
  • Title: Fierce Heart
  • Author: Tara Grayce
  • Genre: YA Fantasy, Clean Romance


Essie would do anything for her kingdom…even marry an elf prince she just met that morning.

The human kingdom of Escarland and the elven kingdom of Tarenhiel have existed in an uneasy peace after their last wars ended with both kings dead. As tensions rise once again, desperate diplomacy might be the only way to avert war. If only negotiations between elves and humans were that simple.

When a diplomatic meeting goes horribly wrong, Essie, a human princess, finds herself married to the elf prince and warrior Laesornysh. Fitting in to the serene, quiet elf culture might be a little difficult for this talkative princess, but she’s determined to make it work.

With impending war and tenuous alliances, it will be up to Essie to unite her two peoples. And maybe get her hands on elven conditioner while she’s at it.

From bestselling author Tara Grayce comes a romantic fantasy tale of elves, romance, and epic magic.

First Line From Fierce Heart

Fierce Heart

“The two dead elves laid out on tables in the town morgue were young.” #TaraGrayce #FierceHeart #YaFantasy #FirstLine

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  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently reading Eloise and the Grump Next Door by St. Clair and Proctor. It is so much fun!
    “The sun is an evil, evil orb.”
    Hope you have a great weekend!

  2. My first line comes from The Finding of Miss Fairfield by Grace Hitchcock:
    Sophia Fairfield’s heart skipped at the sight if Mother holding a damp handkerchief to her eyes as Father and his business partner Prescott Payne , stood before the floor length windows facing Charleston Harbor with their heads together, soeaking in low somber tones over the crackling of the fireplace.

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