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First-Line Friday #208

A Heart Adrift

by Laura Frantz

Virginia Coast, April 1745

With his back to the coastal wind, Henri Lennox settled his arms around Esmee Shaw, guiding her soft, pale hands with his tanned, callused fingers as they let the long silken line out.


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9 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #208”

  1. Loved A Heart Adrift to pieces!

    My first line is from Twilight at Moorington Cross by Abigail Wilson
    1819 Kent, England
    It was entirely possible that I spent more time lying on the floor of Cluett’s Mesmeric Hospital than standing upon it.

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