First-Line Friday #216

Her Country Gentleman

Timeless Georgian Collection #1

by Sian Ann Bessey, Sarah M. Eden, and Rebecca Connolly

London, 1784

Grandmama made her stunning announcement at the breakfast table.

“Spring at Tribbley Hall” by Sian Ann Bessey

London, 1790

Cordelia Wakefield knew no home other than London.

“Love of My Heart” by Sarah M. Eden

No one of sense married for love.

“Miss Smith Goes to Wiltshire” by Rebecca Connolly

NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!

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  1. “The incessant pounding rattled the living room window and shook the walls in the small Parisian flat where Marie Michel as trying to sleep. She was a terrible mother. How could she have raised a daughter who ran with drug dealers?” From FORGIVING PARIS by Karen Kingsbury

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  2. I really need to search this one out! I’ve heard good things about all three authors.
    My first line is from a Love Inspired by Susie Dietze releasing in April: A Need To Protect.
    “There’s a man in the yard.”

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    1. Thank you for sharing, Danielle. I hope you’re enjoying the book.

      I really recommend this collection. The stories are good, and they all read really fast. I feel accomplished getting it done so quickly. 😀

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