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First-Line Friday #186

Make You Feel My Love

by Robin Lee Hatcher

July 12

Chickadee Creek, Idaho

The door complained loudly as it swung open before Chelsea Spencer. To a stranger, the gloomy interior of Rosemary & Time might resemble something out of a horror film, shadows and strange shapes abounding. But the antique store was as familiar and welcoming to her now as it had been when she was a child.


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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!

15 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #186

  1. From ALONG A STORIED TRAIL by Ann H. Gabhart: โ€œEverybody thought Tansy Calhoun was heart-broken after Jeremy Simpson threw her over for Jolene Hoskins. Or that she should be. She had to admit her pride was bruised, but the whole thing was simply a shin bump in life.โ€

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  2. My first line is “He took one last aching look outside the crumbling window; the Nile was molten gold in the light of the rising sun, a sparkling coil winding its way into the horizon.” it is from Jewel of the Nile by Tessa Afshar.

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    1. Boy did I goof!
      Hereโ€™s the real quote from Foxglove Manor:
      โ€œ He had ruined death for her, and the hope of it.โ€

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