First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #95

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Cross My Heart

Legacy of Faith #2

by: Robin Lee Hatcher

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About the Book

August

Kuna, Idaho

Sitting in his pickup truck, Ben punched the address of the destination into his iPhone.

I am loving this book so much. It’s highly engaging and it’s so relatable. And, it really makes me want to get horse riding lessons. I grew up with two horses, but I’m pretty sure I need a refresher course. LOL!

Check back soon for my full review of this novel.


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31 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #95”

  1. Happy Friday! I shared from The Bridge Between by Lindsey Brackett over on my blog. Here I’ll share from The Killing Tide by Dani Pettrey — Fire ripped through Finn’s right shoulder, ricocheting down his arm.

    Have a great weekend!

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  2. โ€œLet me tell you a secret. A unique kind of person exists in this world, one who radiates light even through a curtain of darkness.โ€ From THE SECRET OF CLOUDS by Alyson Richman. I won a copy of the book online during Teacher Appreciation Week and Ms. Richman contacted me via Messenger and told me that she is willing to Skype with my book group. So I contacted the library acquisitions manger, he has copies of the book and it looks like this will happen in the fall. Iโ€™m so excited and blessed. The book is about a teacher who volunteers to teach a young boy at home, a child with a bad heart condition. Such an excellent story!

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  3. May 1896 โ€“ Honey Grove, TX
    โ€œThe council has denied your appeal, Miss Kemp,โ€ Mayor Longfellow delivered the blow with a finality that threatened to buckle Abigailโ€™s knees.
    MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY by Karen Witmeyer
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  4. Over on my blog I’m sharing the first line from The Express Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower) by Kimberley Woodhouse.

    Here I’ll share the first line from chapter sixteen of the book I’m currently reading:

    “Footsteps signaled someone’s approach, and Grace paused her kneading in the pre-dawn morning, waiting for the customary greeting from one of the brothers.”
    Four Dreams of You by Sondra Kraak

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  5. Happy Friday! I haven’t started this yet, but my first line (well – 2 lines) is from “Margin of Error” by Christy Barritt:

    “Hunger and anger battled inside him like two storm fronts colliding. A violent friction clashed in his very soul.”

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  6. I love Robin Lee Hatcher. I’ve only read her historical novels, but I imagine her contemporary ones are just as good.

    On my blog, I am sharing Mail Order Marvel by Kirsten Osbourne. Here, I will share the first line of the second chapter in my current read, Lord of Her Heart by Sherrinda Ketchersid. โ€œThe rusty lock would not budge.โ€ Have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. I have this one on my TBR. Can’t wait to see your review!

    Today on my blog I shared the first line from A Lady’s Maid by Jen Geigle Johnson but it’s also the book I’m about to dig into so no extra line right now. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  8. I’m sharing the first line of Under a Camperdown Elm by Janet Chester Bly on my website today, but my current read is Love and Other Mistakes by debut Australian author Jessica Kate. Here’s the first line:

    “Natalie Groves eyed the bag of gingerbread M&Ms on the other side of the office meeting room and prayed for a divine intervention of Red Sea proportions.”

    Like

  9. My first line is from Underestimating Miss Cecelia by Carolyn Miller:

    Aynsley Manor, Somerset. June 1918

    โ€œIt was, perhaps, the greatest torment to love someone who barely seemed to notice oneโ€™s existence.โ€
    Another wonderful Regency!

    Happy reading!

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  10. Iโ€™m wondering where heโ€™s going? Iโ€™m sharing on my blog the first line from Underestimating Miss Cecilia by Carolyn Miller.

    It was, perhaps, the greatest torment to love someone who barely seemed to notice oneโ€™s existence.

    Liked by 1 person

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