First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #119

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Lone Star Ranger

by Renae Brumbaugh Green

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About the Book

August, 1877

Houston, Texas

Elizabeth Covington inhaled the scent of freshly baked bread as the hansom driver pulled into Houston’s Market Square.

I’ve never read a novel by this author before, but I’m very excited to dive into this story. The premise really piqued my interest. I’m just starting chapter 3 so I’m really new to the story, but so far I like Brumbaugh Green’s style. It’s fast-paced and highly engaging. Check back soon for my review!


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13 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #119”

  1. Police chief Mitchell Rainbolt shook his head as he slid into the front seat of his departmental SUV and tried to remember why we was still in Rebel, Oklahoma, running a department with less staff than the Arrowhead Diner across the street.
    FINDING THE ROAD HOME by Tina Radcliffe
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. My first line is from Collateral Damage by Lynette Eason:
    Forward Operating Base camp Charles. Afghanistan, September
    Sergeant First Class Asher James stared at Captain Phillip Newell, sure that he’d heard wrong.

    I have not heard of your author! Another one to add! Happy reading!

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  3. Happy Friday! My first line is from “A Family to Call Ours” by Merrillee Whren:

    “The sideways rain drenched Caleb Fitzpatrick as he slogged down Maine Street.”

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  4. Happy Friday, Nicole! I’m sharing the first lines from Guarded by Sara Davison on my blog today, so here’s a semi-random line from Chapter 8:

    “I don’t do relationship advice, so you, Nicole, and God are going to have to work this out amongst yourselves.”

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