First-Line Friday #233

Shadowed Loyalty

by Roseanna M. White

June, 1922, Chicago

The wind tore down the alley, forcing Sabina Mancari to hold her cloche hat in place with one hand as she stepped around the corner.


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  1. “By the time Eliza Maxine Olivia Miller was eleven, she had lived in eight different country towns. Her mother liked to move a lot.” ~The Godmothers by Monica McInerney

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  2. I was born in water. For all of my thirty-two years, my mom, Harriet Winthrop, had told the story over and over to anyone who’d listen. “Surviving Savannah” by Patti Callahan. She also wrote “Once Upon a Wardrobe” and “Becoming Mrs. Lewis” which are amazing!

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  3. My first line this week comes from Critical Alliance by Elizabeth Goddard:
    Her world was spinning out of control. Correction. Not her world but her body.

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