First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #134

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Unveiling the Past

by Kim Vogel Sawyer

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About the Book

June 1992

Little Rock, Arkansas

Margaret Diane DeFord

While her daughter happily crunched a big bite of off-brand sugar-frosted flakes, a cereal reserved for summer consumption only, Diane sipped her second cup of coffee and perused the Sunday paper.


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20 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #134”

  1. Reverend Staples stood before Hayley and Bruce and all the wedding guests filled the pews of the Congregational church and asked, โ€œIf anyone here has just cause why these two people should not be married, speak now or forever hold your peace.โ€
    DEATH OF A BLUEBERRY TART by Lee Hollis
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. Today on my blog, I’m sharing from The Water Keeper by Charles Martin. I just started reading Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan Henry; here’s the first line: “From the very beginning it was the Great Lion who brought us together.”

    Have a great weekend! Happy reading!

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  3. Wow! Another one by Kim Vogel Sawyer!

    My first line is from a WWII book by Anne Greene: Angel With Steel Wings:
    December 1943- Camp Davis, North Carolina
    โ€œBad weather. Bad plane. Bad day. And I have a bad feeling.โ€

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  4. I’ve read some Kim Vogel Sawyer books a long time ago that I really liked, but haven’t read any recently. I should check her out again! Happy reading!

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  5. Happy Reading!

    My first lines come from A.K. Evansโ€™ Meant to Be. This is a romance that begins in childhood and Iโ€™m really excited to dive in!

    โ€œWait for me!โ€
    I was suck in the middle and had to stop.
    Liam wouldnโ€™t.

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  6. Happy Friday!
    Today on my blog I shared the first line from Hadley Beckett’s Next Dish by Bethany Turner, but it’s also my current read so I’ll share the first line from where I’m at right now (chapter 18) here: “What was I thinking? What was I thinking? What was I thinking?” I’m loving the witty humor all throughout this one.
    Happy reading!

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