First-Line Friday #257

The Dugout

The Vegas Kings #3

by Emily Childs

There is silver glitter in my car. More than the glitter, the seats smell like strawberries and too much cologne. The smell wouldn’t be much to complain about, but the glitter is another thing.


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18 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #257

  1. I’m late but wanted to share anyway. I’m reading THREE COWBOYS AND A BABY by British author Kate Pearce. “Noah Harding walked toward the unknown car that had just pulled up in front of the barn and waited for whoever was inside to reveal themselves.”

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  2. My first line comes from In Spotlight and Shadows from Rachel Scott Mc Daniel:
    Chapter 1 Elise January, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    History didn’t haphazardly repeat itself in the chapters of Elise Malvern’s life.

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  3. I hope you’re enjoying this one! Today I’m reading Forged in Love by Mary Connealy. The first line is: “August 1870, Pine Valley, Wyoming, Near the Wind River Mountains ~ A bullet slammed into the side of the stagecoach carrying Mariah Stover, her pa, and her older brother.” I hope you have a wonderful week!

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