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First-Line Friday #189

Come Back to Me

Waters of Time #1

by Jody Hedlund

May 21

“Your father is in a coma.”

“What did you say?” Marian Creighton fumbled with her phone and almost dropped it. “I don’t think I heard you correctly.”


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First-Line Friday #188

A Lady in Attendance

by Rachel Fordham

House of Refuge

Hudson, New York, 1893

The course gray fabric of Hazel’s newly donned uniform felt uncomfortable and foreign against her skin.


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First-Line Friday #187

The Songstress

by Lori Bates Wright

23 May 1868

Chicago

National Opera Company’s premier soprano moved to center stage.


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First-Line Friday #186

Make You Feel My Love

by Robin Lee Hatcher

July 12

Chickadee Creek, Idaho

The door complained loudly as it swung open before Chelsea Spencer. To a stranger, the gloomy interior of Rosemary & Time might resemble something out of a horror film, shadows and strange shapes abounding. But the antique store was as familiar and welcoming to her now as it had been when she was a child.


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First-Line Friday #185

Summertime Lilies

Oak Street Series #1

by LM Karen

Brittany

I am speed walking to the elevator after a twelve-hour night shift in University Hospital’s oncology unit, trying to stay upright on my feet, when one of my direct reports catches me.


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First-Line Friday #184

The Shell Collector

by Nancy Naigle

It was her nerves, not the December chill in the air this morning, that made her shiver as they sat on the tailgate of his pickup truck.


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First-Line Friday #183

Dusk’s Darkest Shores

Regency Wallflowers #1

by Carolyn Miller

Amberley

Lake District, England

March 1811

Music and laughter swirled through the assembly room, a shiny, animated scene within a life-sized bauble.


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First-Line Friday #182

The Nature of a Lady

The Secrets of the Isles #1

by Roseanna M. White

19 July 1645

The Waters Around Scilly

He was a prince at sea.


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First-Line Friday #181

My Dear Miss Dupre

American Royalty #1

by Grace Hitchcock

New York City

New Year’s Eve, 1882

Willow Dupre twirled on the ice, spreading her arms and guiding her body around the other skaters on the frozen lake of Central Park.


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