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First-Line Friday #93

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No Greater Love

Shadows Over Whitman #1

by Gina Holder

44313859

About the Book

There isn’t another smell like this in the entire world. The musty scent of vintage paper enveloped her like the familiarity of a security blanket, drawing [Paige] into her happy place.

I’m at the 28% mark in this novel and so far I am loving this book. No Greater Love is immediately engaging and has not lost my attention once. Definitely check back soon for my review, but I can already tell you that I highly recommend this novel.


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26 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #93”

  1. Today’s the day! Adrenaline and excitement surged through Gideon Kaiser as he parked his buggy next to the midwife’s buggy. He couldn’t wait to hold his first boppli – and just after Thanksgiving! An extra blessing to give thanks for.
    MARRIED TO A STRANGER by Laura V. Hilton
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. “She’s sitting at the bus stop checking the likes on her Instagram feed and doesn’t even notice the man with the gun until he’s almost next to her.” THE CHAIN by Adrian McKinty. This is a thriller where kids are kidnapped and the parent has to pay a ransom and kidnap another child in order to get their child returned. That makes them part of “the chain.” It’s really good so far although I have only read a few chapters.

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    1. Oh my, that sounds terrifying. I’m sure it’s a fantastic read, but I’m pretty sure that would give me nightmares. I look forward to your review. Now that I’ve fixed the problem with my computer, I’ll be able to leave comments on your site again. (It took me forever to figure out what was wrong with my computer. It wouldn’t let me like or comment on anything. It was one check box in settings. I feel dumb!)

      Happy reading my friend!

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  3. My first line is from The Express Bride by Kim Woodhouse:
    Prologue:
    St. Louis, March 1834
    With shaking limbs, she climbed into the plush carriage awaiting her, the precious bundle in her arms worth far more than the money, trinkets and trunks of clothing she left behind.
    Wonderful book. Check out the whole series of The Daughters of the Mayflower.
    Happy reading!

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Edge of Truth” by Kimberly Rose Johnson:

    “The hair on Kara Nelson’s neck prickled as she sat behind the wheel of her car parked near the Miami Beach Marina. Something wasn’t right.”

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  5. I am still reading the same book as last week, Hello Again by Heather Tullis. I am currently on chapter 29 so I will share that first line here: “In the morning as Piper got ready for work she glanced out the window and noticed Spencer’s carpool ride was pulling up to the building. I hope you have a nice weekend!

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