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First-Line Friday #84

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Moments We Forget

(Thatcher Sisters #2)

by: Beth K. Vogt

42683659

About the Book

I had half an hour, no more than that, to get my life in order so my sisters would never suspect how unprepared I was for this morning.

I am currently reading Moments We Forget, and I have to say I am very much enjoying it. It’s definitely an emotional read though. My heart really goes out to Jillian. She is dealing with A LOT of life.

Check back soon for my review of this novel!


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19 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #84”

  1. “I can’t believe she came here without letting us know ahead of time.”
    Ruby Glick paced outside on the front porch. She doubted her older brother, Timothy, and his wife, Patience, realized she could hear their conversation through the screened windows—a conversation about her.
    THE TEACHER’S BRIDE by Kathleen Fulller
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. From Suzanne Woods Fisher’s new book, ON A SUMMER TIDE: “Camden Grayson took the turn into her dad’s driveway a little fast. She was never late to anything—except when it came to family events.” I just got this ARC yesterday from Revell and it comes out on the 30th.

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  3. My first few lines are from The Noble Guardian by Michelle Griep. I just finished this fabulous book!
    Southampton, England 1815

    Was it wicked to say goodbye with a smile? Wrong to feel happy about leaving one’s family behind? Surely only a sinner’s heart would harbor such uncharitable emotions…wouldn’t it?

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  4. I love a good emotional read, but I have to space them out! Today I’m sharing from Ladies of Intrigue, a collection of three novellas by Michelle Griep. Here’s the first line of the third novella, A House of Secrets:

    “He’s late. Are you worried?”

    Happy Friday and happy reading!

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  5. Thank you for sharing the first line from Moments We Forget, where Jillian’s story comes from and center. I enjoyed reading the other first lines, too.

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