First-Line Fridays

First-Line Friday #141

Line by Line

by Jennifer Delamere

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About the Book

London, England

Early March, 1881

Alice McNeil looked up at the London boardinghouse that had been her home for over a year.


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12 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #141

  1. Happy Friday!

    On my blog today, I’m sharing the first line from Smitten by Colleen Coble, Kristen Billerbeck, Denise Hunter and Diann Hunt:

    “Natalie Mansfield’s heart swelled as she stood on the perimeter of the town square and watched her niece and the other children decorate the town for Easter.”

    I hope you have a lovely weekend πŸ™‚

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  2. Stalking my mailbox for Line by Line!

    My first line is from A RECKLESS LOVE by Beth White
    Prologue: April 22, 1865 North of Memphis, Tennessee

    Zane’s first thought when he came to was that the world was coming to an end.

    Great ending to the series!

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  3. Oh, I love this cover. And a story about a boarding house in 1881 London, England sounds original. I’ll have to check this one out. My current read is A Cowboy at Heart (The Amish of Apple Grove, Book 3). Here’s the first line: “The first fingers of sunlight danced across the tips of tender wheat plants that had poked through the rich Kansas soil only two weeks before.” Have a great weekend!

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  4. I’m waiting for this one to show up in my mailbox. πŸ™‚ I’m sharing the first line from Meet the Moms by Laurie Larsen on my blog today: β€œThe alarm shrieked in the darkness and Lily Adams jolted awake, gasping. ” I hope you have a great weekend!

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