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First-Line Friday #181

My Dear Miss Dupre

American Royalty #1

by Grace Hitchcock

New York City

New Year’s Eve, 1882

Willow Dupre twirled on the ice, spreading her arms and guiding her body around the other skaters on the frozen lake of Central Park.


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14 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #181”

  1. Ignoring the tilt and rumble of the HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter about to hoist her down below and the dark thunderstorm approaching from the west, Senior Airman Ava Esposito adjusted the sturdy harness sleeves around the black nylon sling holding the sixty-five-pound yellow Lab that was about to rappel with her. Roscoe’s trusting eyes followed her while he hovered close to her chest, always eager to work.
    RESCUE OPERATION by Lenora Worth
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  2. It was her nerves, not the December chill in the air this morning, that made her shiver as they sat on the tailgate of his pickup truck – The Shell Collector – Nancy Naigle

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  3. Loved Miss Dupre!

    My first line is from Kristi Hunter’s newest: Winning the Gentleman:
    After twenty-two years, Aaron Whitworth should have been aware of his closest friend’s idiocy.

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Hattie: A Heart that Listens and Eyes the Speak” by Jean L. Kuhnke:

    “Hattie was a mess with mud up to her elbows.”

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