First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #127

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Sand Creek Serenade

by Jennifer Uhlarik

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About the Book

Fort Lyon, Colorado Territory — November 2, 1864

“Doc?”

The office door flew open, startling Sadie Hoppner from her reading.

I’m so excited to read this book. After reading a review by Trisha at Joy of Reading I knew I had to get my hands on a copy of this story pronto! Check back soon for my full review!


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20 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #127”

  1. Shot glasses were raised, a toast was made, and a buck-naked man galloped by on a stick horse.
    SHATTERED JUSTICE by Susan Furlong
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. Happy Friday! I’m sharing from The Outlaw’s Daughter by Margaret Brownley today. Here is the first line of chapter 16:

    “The house was small and sparsely furnished but had a warm, homey feeling that filled Matt with an unfamiliar longing.”

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. My first line is from Woman of Sunlight by Mary Connealy.
    November 1873 Hope Mountain, Near Bucksnort, near Grizzly Peak, Colorado

    β€œYou look awful.” Mitch Warden poured himself a cup of coffee and studied Ilsa Nordegren’s face as she stepped into the kitchen.

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