First Line Friday #61

This week’s First Line Friday is one I won from the BookClubbish Facebook page last summer. I still have not been able to read it.  But thank you so much Bookclubbish for my copy! I plan to read it sometime…..

I can’t frost this cupcake, my vagina is broken.

In thirty-four days, it will have been exactly two years to the day since I’ve had sex.

Having sex wasn’t exactly high on Kat Carmichael’s priority list while her successful bakery was taking off, especially since things hadn’t been working very well in that department. And the last time she and her boyfriend, Ryan, even attempted the act, they found it to be physically impossible—resulting in pain and disappointment for Kat instead of sunshine and orgasms.

With just over a month until their four-year anniversary, Kat calls for a break in her relationship with Ryan, encouraging him to see other people while she throws herself into physical therapy. Yet even with the well-intentioned (but wildly inappropriate) attempts at help from her best friends, Kat quickly discovers that a solo mission may not be the best approach.

Fortunately, physical therapist Ben Cleary, the shop’s best (looking) customer, volunteers to help out—strictly as a friend, of course. But as the line between love and friendship begins to blur, Kat stands to lose much more than a functioning set of lady bits if she can’t figure out what to hang on to…and what to let go.

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2 responses to “ First Line Friday #61 ”

  1. Susan Dyer says:

    Happy Friday!

    My FLF comes from a book I will be starting later this weekend, Love’s Journey in SugarCreek by Sienna Miller.

    The leather on Rachel Troyer’s gun holster creaked as she shifted her weight on the kitchen chair. Her three elderly Amish aunts shot wary glances toward the offending weapon.

    Have a great weekend and Happy Reading!😁📚

  2. Carla says:

    I am going to be reading Her Baby, His Love by Lynn Marshall this week for a challenge.

    First line: No one could ever have convinced Taylor Clark that a stupid newspaper announcement would change her life forever. Until now.

    Have a great weekend.

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