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First-Line Friday #191

The Mistletoe Countess

by Pepper Basham

November 25, 1913, Willow Virginia

Every fairy tale needed an appropriate castle.

Gracelynn Ferguson gripped the Model T’s window frame and leaned forward, breath caught in a suppressed gasp.


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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!

10 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #191

  1. A brass bell jingled as Callie Hargrove strode into the Antique Market. She found the inside of the store as uninspiring as the simple name printed over the front windows in block letters. The familiar fragrance of aged wood and furniture polish met her nose, and she inhaled to calm her nerves.
    HIS DAUGHTER’S PRAYER by Danielle Thorne
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. I read Mistletoe Countess. All her books are sooooo cute!

    From the Prologue of Yours is the Night by Amanda Dykes:
    October 24, 1921 Chalons-sur-Marne, France
    Ceremony for the choosing of the Unknown Soldier
    There are days you live over and over again for as long as you live. October twenty fourth of 1918, just days before the unending war ended, was one of mine.

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