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First-Line Friday #128

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The Gift of Forgiveness

by Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt

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About the Book

I remember the exact moment when I knew I wanted to delve deep into forgiveness. I was standing in the parking lot of a local restaurant I love when, out of the blue, up walked the girl I’d once called my best friend.

This has been an interesting read. The stories within are unique. Some are incredibly inspiring. Some are interesting. I appreciate how this book illustrates that we can come to forgiveness in all kinds of unique ways, and that forgiveness is not one size fits all.

Definitely check back later for my full review!


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22 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #128

  1. “Teddy! Put that jar away before you get us arrested.” Cornelia looked back to see if the sheriff’s car they had just passed was turning around.
    MURDER AT THE MILLION DOLLAR PIER by Gwen Mayo and Sarah E. Glenn
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Jerusalem Assassin” by Joel C. Rosenberg:

    “They were coming, and he knew they were coming, and he knew why – they were coming to kill him and to kill the president and to kill anyone else who got in their way. They were coming to settle scores.”

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  3. Happy Friday! I’m sharing from my current read, Finding Peace in Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne. Here is the first line of chapter four:

    “Three new fairy houses found their way to Fairy Trail Lane the following week.”

    Hope you stay healthy and have a great weekend!

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  4. I’ll definitely be watching for your review!
    This week on my blog I shared the first line from One Little Lie by Colleen Coble but I’m just about to dig into Silent Shadows by Natalie Walters so I’ll share that first line here: “Pecca Gallegos never thought she’d be turning down a marriage proposal–much less four of them.” Hope you are doing well and can enjoy some quality reading time during all this social distancing!

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  5. I’m featuring Runaway Bride by Jody Hedlund
    Vancouver Island. September 18, 1862
    Today she might meet the man she’d marry.

    I’m currently reading Silent Shadows! Great book.

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