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First-Line Friday #163

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by Sarah Monzon

It is a truth universally unacknowledged that not every woman who is single is in want of a husband.


NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!

GRAB THE BOOK YOU ARE CURRENTLY READING, OPEN TO CHAPTER ONE, AND POST A SENTENCE OR TWO IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.

THEN HEAD ON OVER TO HOARDING BOOKS TO SEE ALL OF THE FLF PAGES THIS WEEK (JUST CLICK ON THE FLF BUTTON BELOW).

First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books

Author:

I love Jesus, my husband, and my daughter. I love reading and reviewing Christian fiction. And, I am a high school English teacher trying to get kids to fall in love with reading every day!

8 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #163

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Only You” by Susan May Warren, and is free for subscribing to her website:

    “Her happy ending was out there, at the end of the beam of her headlamp, and if Ree kept running, surely she would find it.”

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  2. Beryl Helliwell was not in the habit of being put out. In fact, she usually took new circumstances in stride. For the most part, she felt that experiences most others found irritating were simple opportunities to learn something new.
    MURDER COMES TO CALL by Jessica Ellicott
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  3. I’m planning to start An Amish Christmas Wedding this weekend. It’s a collection of four novellas. The first one is called Evergreen Love by Amy Clipston and the first line is ” Lorene lifted her head after a silent prayer and surveyed the supper table, set with her father’s favorite meal.” I hope you are having a great Thanksgiving weekend!

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  4. That one sounds like fun!

    My first line is from TO STEAL A HEART by Jen Turano
    November 1886 New York City
    It was quickly becoming evident that she, Miss Gabriella Goodhue, might very well be arrested in the nit-too-distant future, and all because she’d convinced herself that sneaking into a high-society costume ball would be a relatively easy feat, given her past life as a street thief .

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