First-Line Friday #212

The Matchmaker’s Request

Larkhall Letters #4

by Ashtyn Newbold

The raspy, impatient voice of Aunt Crauford had been Matthew Northcott’s only company at Larkhall for the past several months.


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  1. Thereโ€™s Ashton Newbold again. Guess I gotta get with it!

    My first line is from The Lady of Galway Manor by Jennifer Deible :
    Galway City, Ireland. April 16, 1920
    No one ever tells the truth about love.

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