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First-Line Friday #245

The Belle of Belgrave Square

Belles of London #2

by Mimi Matthews

London, England, June 1862

Julia Wychwood was alone in Rotten Row, and that was exactly the way she liked it.


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14 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #245”

  1. From THE DEVINE DOUGHNUT SHOP by Carolyn Brown: “‘Where’s the nearest convent or boot camp?’” Grace Dalton stormed into the Devine Doughnut Shop that Friday morning. “‘This daughter of mine needs to spend some time in whichever one that will take her.’”

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  2. My first line is from the creepy good book by Jaime Jo Wright, The Premonition at Withers Farm:
    August 1910
    When death came to visit, no one ever prepared tea and cookies.
    Happy reading!

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  3. I haven’t read any of this author’s books, but I’ve heard a lot of great things about her! Hope you enjoy and have a great rest of your weekend 😊

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  4. I’d like to read this book one day. I’ve been reading The Christmas Switch by Zoey Marie Jackson. The first line is: Chanel Houston tossed her keys in her purse and reached into the back seat of her sister’s 2002 Honda Civic to grab one of the boxes of books. ~ Have a great week!

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