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First-Line Friday #150

Tomorrow’s Shining Dream

Texas Promise #2

by Naomi Rawlings

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About the Book

Twin Rivers, Texas; July 4, 1885

“How hard could attracting a man’s attention be?”


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20 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #150”

  1. 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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  2. Happy Friday! My first (2) line(s) is from “Hope for Christmas” by Dr. Elizabeth Maddrey:

    “Cyan Hewitt stared out at the waves of the Pacific Ocean. The pebbly beach on Whidbey Island wasn’t comfortable for sitting, so he’d found himself doing a lot of standing on mornings when the sea called to him.”

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  3. I’ve keep seeing this book and it tempts me over and over each time!

    Mine is from Alexis by Dianne Harman…….

    Alexis sat back in her chair and stared at Bob and Nina, not believing what she’s just heard. After several moments she cleared her throat and said in a voice that was clearly fighting back tears “You’re giving me weight loss surgery for my annual bonus? Seriously?” she asked.

    Have a wonderful weekend and happy reading!📚💜

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  4. That’s a great first line! 🙂 Today on my blog I’m sharing from Airborne by DiAnn Mills. I just started reading Something Worth Doing by Jane Kirkpatrick: “Her dreams of late had been of books with maps of unknown places.”

    Have a great weekend! 🙂

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  5. My first line is from The Edge of Belonging a debut book by Amanda Cox.
    September 8, 1994
    People considered him homeless because he didn’t have an address of his own, but Harvey James would’ve been homeless even if he owned the turreted mansion off State Route 460.

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  6. I’m currently reading To Love A Prince by Rachel Hauck and it’s GREAT! The first line is “It’s 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.” I hope you have a nice weekend!

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