First Lines Friday: June 16, 2023

  • Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page
  • Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything else about the book away just yet – you need to hook the reader first
  • Finally… reveal the book!

First Lines:

With the click of a button, my savings account hits zero. Shouldn’t the moment be punctuated by something? A choir, maybe? Or a flock of doves zipping out of the computer in front of me?

Do you recognize the lines?

Here’s a hint:

 It’s a new contemporary romance.

Still not sure? Here’s another hint: 

It’s written by Wendy Million.

The First Lines Friday book is:

Miss Matched

About the Book:

Title: Miss Matched

Author: Wendy Million

Page Length: 368

Publication Date: June 13, 2023

Publisher: Wattpad Books

Synopsis: When matchmaking software pairs a woman with her worst ex, she gets a unique second chance to connect with the love of her life.

After years of bad dates, Tayla Murphy has decided it’s finally time she found her ideal partner, so she pays a hefty fee for a cutting-edge “soulmate” matching service. But the infallible algorithm must have a serious glitch, because it pairs her with the one man on Earth she never wants to see Simon―the man who left her heart in pieces when he broke off their engagement six years ago. Tayla would rather cut her losses, but if she’s going to move forward with her life, she needs the money back.

Then Simon shows up on her doorstep, promising Tayla he can get her a refund by showing the service that the match was wrong. But he wants her to really prove they aren’t meant to be―by dating him for the next month. Even though he thinks the service is a fraud, Simon has been desperate for a second chance with Tayla ever since he messed up their shot at happily-ever-after. They still have an amazing connection, but a lot has happened in the time they were apart. So is this a mismatch or a perfect match?

LINKS:   Goodreads   |    Amazon  | Review

Have you read Miss Matched? What do you think of the first lines/ Comment below!

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