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First-Line Friday #205

To Treasure an Heiress

The Secrets of the Isles #2

by Roseanna M. White

7 May 1650, Tresco, Isles of Scilly

Prince … or pirate? Rupert felt like neither as he stood on the bluff, the sea beckoning him, the wind whirling about him, and the most beautiful woman in all the world pressed against his chest, her cheeks damp with tears.


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First-Line Friday #204

Meet Me in the Margins

by Melissa Ferguson

Pacing the back corner of the packed meeting room in outstandingly uncomfortable heels, I move as silently as possible along the three feet of available aisle space between my begrudgingly accommodating coworker, Clyve, and the horde of beady osprey staring down at me from the vintage wallpaper.


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First-Line Friday #202

Royally Rearranged

by Emma St. Clair

Serafina

Is duty still considered duty when it’s something you want to do?


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First-Line Friday #201

Dead Fall

The Quantico Files #2

by Nancy Mehl

John Davis turned up the collar on his jacket as he swiftly walked away from the shrill voices bleeding through from the hotel banquet hall behind him.


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First-Line Friday #199

Lost in Darkness

by Michelle Griep

London, 1815

There was something glorious about the first day of June.


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First-Line Friday #198

Celebration at Christmas Cove

by Carrie Jansen

Monday — December 19

“You’re bumping me?” As a writer for an elite travel magazine, Celeste Bell had virtually flown around the world over the course of the past seven years and she’d never been bumped from a flight. She knew it was bound to happen sooner of later; she just didn’t want it happening now.


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First-Line Friday #197

Trust Me

by Kelly Irvin

April 22, 2010, San Antonio Art Co-Op, Southtown, San Antonio

The cloying stench of pot told the same old story.


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First-Line Friday #196

The Girl in the Painting

by Tea Cooper

Maitland Town, Australia, 1906

The bell rang late. Not until after 7:18. This didn’t bode well.


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