First-Line Fridays, Weekly Themed Posts

First-Line Friday #182

The Nature of a Lady

The Secrets of the Isles #1

by Roseanna M. White

19 July 1645

The Waters Around Scilly

He was a prince at sea.


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13 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #182”

  1. Crack! Clatter! I heard the sound of something falling and glass breaking. Then my cat yowled.
    WINING AND DYING by Daryl Wood Gerber
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. “‘Sarah Jeane Rogers,’ she muttered. ‘Elizabeth Jeane Jones.’ Which ID to use this time? ‘Eenie meenie minie more…’ She held up the license in her right hand. ‘Sarah Jeane Rogers it is.’” From NEVER MISS by Melissa Koslin

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  3. From The Nature of a Lady by Roseanna White:
    5 June. 1906. Penzance, Cornwall, England
    More beauty than Lady Elizabeth Sinclair had ever thought possible beckoned to her-a turquoise sea, blue sky wisped with soft white clouds, birds cartwheeling through the air, islands studding it all with the promise of life she’d never had the opportunity to examine up close.

    This was the perfect book! Always love Roseanna’s writing.
    Happy reading!

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Harmony of Love” by Kimberly Rae Jordan:

    “Gavin Colley walked along the wide carpeted hallway, hoping his stride looked purposeful and confident to anyone he passed.”

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