First-Line Friday #251

Love in Any Language

Love and Honor #0.5

by Hallee Bridgeman

International Waters, Gulf of Aden

The modified Boston Whaler with sound suppressed but astonishingly powerful twin outboard engines cut through the water, slicing its way smoothly toward the fully laden third generation Suezmax container ship that loomed on the darkening horizon before them.


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14 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #251

  1. “‘A third victim has been found and a serial killer is once again thought to be terrorizing the Northeast—just east of the territory Peter Romanos paralyzed with his string of murders,’” Rachel Goodwin reported from her position outside the prison. From CRITICAL THREAT by your

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  2. My first line is from book three in the Waters of Time series by Jody Hedlund.
    Stay With Me
    Someone or something was watching her.

    Happy reading!

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  3. A prequel novella – I’ll have to check it out since I’ve heard great things about the series. I’m currently reading Five & Dime Christmas, a novella collection set in 1881. The first line from the first story, “A Merry Little Christmas” by Susanne Dietze, is: “One false move, and Hattie Scott would surely ruin Christmas.” ~ Hope you have a great week!

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