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First-Line Friday #145

Georgana’s Secret

by Arlem Hawk

51253503

About the Book

Portsmouth, England, July 1810

Lieutenant Dominic Peyton tried to feel sorrow over his departure, but his efforts were in vain.


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22 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #145

  1. “I met Charlie Fish in Chicago in the fall of 1943. First I dismissed him, then I liked him, then I ruined him, then I saved him. In return, he taught me what love was….” UNIVERSE OF TWO by Stephen P. Kiernan

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  2. What an interesting and lovely book cover! I like the first line also. On my blog, I am sharing the first line from the Christian non-fiction, Courage, Hope, and Healing by Mary Pappas. It’s the compelling story of her battle against cancer. Here, I will share the first line from Chapter Five: Staring blankly out of the dining room window, I waited for the telephone to ring.

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  3. My first line is from DON’T KEEP SILENT by Elizabeth Goddard
    Denver, Colorado
    Dread warred with hope as Rae Burke shivered in the cold outside on the porch.

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