First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #132

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The Englisch Daughter

by Cindy Woodsmall and Erin Woodsmall

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About the Book

Snuggled under her great-grandmother’s quilt, Jemima woke to the sound of slow, easy movement in the room.

I’ve really enjoyed the novels Cindy Woodsmall pens with her daughter-in-law, Erin. They are so well written and engaging; I highly recommend them all. The Englisch Daughter sounds like it is going to be another excellent story. I can’t wait to escape into this one!


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GRAB THE BOOK YOU ARE CURRENTLY READING, OPEN TO CHAPTER ONE, AND POST THE FIRST SENTENCE (OR SECOND SENTENCE) IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.

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25 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #132”

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from โ€œThe Vanishing of Olivia Beckโ€ by Sara L. Foust:

    โ€œOlivia Beck pulled her gaze from the rearview mirror for the tenth time in as many minutes. She would not cry.โ€

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  2. I love the first line of this book and the cover of it. It really sounds engaging.
    โ€œโ€˜The sooner we begin your treatment, the better the chances for a successful outcome.โ€™โ€ From A MILLION DREAMS by Dani Atkins

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  3. On my blog, Iโ€™m sharing the first line from Misunderstood Meg by Jo Grafford. Here, I will share the first line in chapter 24 of my current read, Dreams in Deadwood by Kari Trumbo. Jennie scanned the stack of gowns, towels, sheets, nightclothes, napkins, curtains, and other things laying on her side of the bed. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. Iโ€™m doing Before I Called You Mine by Nicole Deese. Iโ€™ll use the first line from Chapter 15:

    Like a grouping of cancerous cells, my familyโ€™s cynicism had slithered into my subconscious and infected my thoughts with their poison.

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