First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #121

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Waltz in the Wilderness

Chaparral Hearts #1

by Kathleen Denly

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About the Book

October 1850

California Gold Fields

“No!”

The scream pierced Eli, ripping her from sleep.

I am so excited to start this novel. It sounds like it is going to be an excellent story. And, that first line definitely draws me in. Check back soon for my full review!


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24 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #121”

  1. At 6:4 A.M. , Mia Carina woke up to Frank Sinatra singing “New York, New York” from the alarm on her phone, a happy reminder that she was in Queens, not Florida, and no longer a “person of interest” in her adulterous husband’s disappearance.
    HERE COMES THE BODY by Maria DiRico
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  2. This sounds interesting. I’ve added it to my TBR list. On my blog, I’m sharing the first line from Winter’s Awakening by Shelley Shepard Gray. Here, I will share the first line in chapter thirteen of my current read, Give Me Thine Heart, by Andrea Boeshaar. “Three days and three nights.” Have a great weekend!

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  3. I can’t tell you what a wonderful way it is to start my day by seeing this post and your kind words! I can’t stop grinning! 😀
    I am currently reading The Duke’s Refuge by Lorri Dudley. Here’s the first line:
    Nevis, British Leeward Islands
    1814
    …Why did you not mention your illness sooner?

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  4. I’m looking forward to reading this, too! I’m sharing the first lines from The Rebel Bride by Shannon McNear on my blog today. This is the first line from Chapter 3:

    “Standing at the top of the porch steps, Pearl clenched her hands inside her wadded-up apron and glared at her cousin, who faced her from beside the wagon holding more wounded soldiers.”

    Happy Friday!

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