First line: "I first noticed I was missing on a Thursday."
Title: Calling Invisible Women by Jeanne Ray
(When Clover Hobart unexpectedly becomes invisible, her husband and children don't even notice. No one does. Except the other invisible women she meets. This cleverly written novel is delightfully funny.)
First line: "Sugar Wallace did not believe in love at first sight, but her bees did, and her bees could not even tell red from green."
Title: The Wedding Bees by Sarah-Kate Lynch
(This is a superficial but sweet romance with some great secondary characters.)
First line: "I've buried nearly everyone I love."
Title: Dualed by Elsie Chapman
(In this dystopian world of genetically engineered twins, only one can live past the age of twenty; it's kill or be killed in this very dark YA novel.)
First line: "I was fifteen when I first met Sherlock Holmes, fifteen years old with my nose in a book as I walked the Sussex Downs, and nearly stepped on him."
Title: The Beekeeper's Apprentice by Laurie R. King
(I know I'm late to the party, but I finally read this fun Sherlock Holmes/Mary Russell mystery. It's as good as everyone says it is. I can't wait to read the rest of this series.)