First Line Fridays #70 – Yuletide Abduction by Virginia Vaughan

Hi Readers, Happy Friday!

Since it’s Christmas time, I’m going to try to feature a new Christmas themed book each week, so without further ado, my First Line Friday Christmas read today is… Yuletide Abduction by Virginia Vaughan!

“She should have brought her gun.”

First line of Yuletide Abduction by Virginia Vaughan.

From the Back Cover

KIDNAPPED AT CHRISTMAS

FBI agent Elise Richardson fears the worst when a Mississippi teen is abducted days before Christmas. But she won’t give up, especially when she learns she owes her life to the missing girl’s father. Years ago, former army ranger Josh Adams lost his brother when he died saving Elise. Though Josh resents her for the loss, she’s now his niece’s only hope. Working with the ex-soldier proves dangerous to Elise’s heart…and to her life when she closes in on what she fears is a human trafficking ring. If she’s right, Elise has only days to rescue Josh’s niece for a holiday homecoming—and to prove herself worthy of his love.

RANGERS UNDER FIRE: Nothing’s more dangerous than falling in love


About the Author

Award winning author Virginia Vaughan lives by the motto ‘It’s not hoarding if its books’. Always the kid with her nose stuck in a book, becoming a multi-published author hasn’t stopped Virginia from continuing to grow her own collection of favorite reads. Her family has refused to help her move anymore because of the sheer number boxes of books, but she’s no quitter. She’ll keep buying books and, the next time she moves, hire a moving van.

If you love stories where romance intersects danger and faith, subscribe to Virginia’s email list by clicking here and be the first to know when a new story arrives.


What are you reading this week? Do you have any Christmas books you like to read this time of year? Let me know in the comments below! 

Also, don’t forget to check out what other first lines Readers and Bloggers are sharing by heading over to our host blog, Hording Books!

Happy Reading!

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