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First-Line Friday #149

As Easy as Cherry Pie

Justin Harbor #2

by Bell Renshaw

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About the Book

“I’ll never give away my secrets,” Maggie Petten said with a laugh.

“But I’ve never tasted boysenberry pie this good. Really, Maggie, give me a hint. Is it the crust? Do you put something in with the berries? Perhaps it’s the flour you use?”


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12 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #149”

  1. My first line is from a book just released by Izzy James. It’s a historical THE SHOPKEEPER’S WIDOW.
    30 September, 1775. Borough of Norfolk, Virginia
    With a startled swipe of her arm, Delany Fleet brushed Noah’s animal ps to the floor.
    My reviews are up.

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  2. From the Prologue of LITTLE DISASTERS by Sarah Vaughan: “A terrible mother, the wails mock her. Not even your first. You’re meant to know how to comfort your baby. What will next door think?”

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  3. Happy Friday!

    This one sounds really sweet!

    My first line this week comes from A Sweethaven Romance by Courtney Walsh:

    “Eleanor Waverly could hold her breath for one solid minute.”

    I hope you have a great weekend 🙂

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from “To Love a Prince” by Rachel Hauck:

    “It is said in the north country of Lauchtenland that the sea has a song and love blooms from the earth the same as flora and fauna.”

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  5. I’m sharing the first line from Finding Love for the Loner by Laurie Larsen on my blog which is “It was still dark out.” I hope you have a great weekend!

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