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First-Line Friday #148

The Crushing Depths

Coastal Guardians #2

by Dani Pettrey

53163130

About the Book

Late September, 38-miles off North Carolina’s Coast

“Greg Barnes clinked along the grated metal steps, his boot heels rasping with each shuffle as he headed topside for a much-needed breath of smoke.”


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14 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #148”

  1. I loved this book! Right now, I’m reading A WOMAN ALONE by Nina Laurin. It is a suspense/thriller. Here is a line from the first chapter:”I get the luxury to be a housewife—if you can call it that, considering the machines and futuristic gadgets do everything for me.”

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  2. Saturday Afternoon, Miranda’s Farmhouse
    Miranda Trent felt the color drain from her face as she stared at the blood on her kitchen floor.
    STILL KNIFE PAINTING by Cheryl Hollon
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  3. Need to get my hands on a copy of The Crushing Depths!

    My first line is a long one from Chapter two of Vying for The Viscount by Kristi Hunter:
    Suffolk was as beautiful as his father had claimed, and the estate and stables were even grander than his grandfather had described in his letters, but no one had warned Hudson that the area was inhabited by crazed women.

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  4. I’m currently reading Love and a Little White Lie by Tammy L. Gray and the first line is “I’ve face-planted myself into rock bottom.” I hope you have a great weekend!

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