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First-Line Friday #109

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Misleading Miss Verity

Regency Brides: Daughters of Aynsley #3

by Carolyn Miller

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About the Book

Bath, Somerset

January 1820

It was the sobbing that decided her.

I adore Carolyn Miller’s novels. They are just so, so good. I am very much looking forward to reading this final novel in the Daughters of Aynsley series. If you have not yet read any of the novels in this series, I highly recommend that you do. All of Carolyn’s stories are well worth the read!


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20 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #109”

  1. LOVE’S THANKFUL HEART
    Since it is three novellas, I’ll give the first line of each one.
    Jamesport, Missouri
    Nothing is going right.
    GINGERBREAD WISHES by Laura V. Hilton
    The frigid air sliced through Crist Petersheim’s thrift shop parka, sweatshirt, and old flannel shirt.
    THANKSGIIVNG STRANGERS by Rachel J. Good
    “I have something exciting to tell you!” Rosemary said, her voice singing within the small confines of Monroe’s buggy.
    THANKSGIVING FROLIC by Thomas Nye
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. I haven’t read “Miss Verity” yet, I’m looking forward to it!

    “Sometimes stories are more about the one doing the telling than the tale being told.”
    A Pursuit of Home by Kristi Ann Hunter

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  3. I’m looking forward to reading this one soon!!
    Over on my blog I’m sharing the first line from A Match for Emma by Pepper Basham.
    Here I’ll share with you the first line from chapter 5 —
    “There was something about front porch swings.”

    I hope you have a wonderful weekend full of bookish delights!

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  4. That looks like a good book! I’m currently reading More Than a Pretty Face which is Karen Witemeyer’s novella included in Serving Up Love. I’m on chapter 2 so I’ll share thet first line of that chapter here. “Rosalind Kemp approached the new Santa Fe Depot from the west, making use of the exterior door that led directly into the kitchen.” I hope you have a nice weekend!

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  5. Happy Weekend! My first line is from “The Strength of Their Love” by Kimberly Rae Jordan:

    “Forrest Williams slammed his hand on the nightstand, trying to find his phone so he could shut off the racket the alarm was making.”

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  6. Miss Verity will be read very soon!

    My first line is from The Pursuit of Home by Kristi Hunter

    Marlborough, England 1816
    Sometimes, despite time, distance, and a significant amount of ignoring it, the past never quite went away.

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