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Friday, June 3, 2016

First Line Fridays - Week Six


Not gonna lie...I am SOOOOO happy to see Friday is finally here! It has been a LONG week! 

I am so excited for this week's First Line! As you know, I have joined forces with Carrie over on Reading is my SuperPower for "First Line Fridays"...What a fun way to kick off the weekend! 

After you have posted your first line in the comments below...Visit Carrie HERE to see what her first line is this week! 


"It all could have been avoided had we not accused Henry Tipton, Chief of Police, of stealing his neighbor's rooster."

This is the second novella in the Herringford & Watts Series by Rachel McMillan. Read my review for the first novella and book HERE. This series definitely ranks among my favorites of all time!

Happy Friday!!!



14 comments:

  1. My first line comes from my current read SHATTERED by Dani Pettrey. Piper bolted upright, sweat dampening her pj's despite December's chill.

    HAPPY FRIDAY! :)

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  2. "A white flag flew over Fort William Henry." The Wood's Edge by Lori Benton
    I'm just starting this one! Pepper Basham had me laughing out loud earlier in A Twist of Faith, then telling my unbookish hubby all about it :D

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    1. I am so thankful I have a bookish hubby! Although...he still rolls his eyes at me from time to time hehe ;)

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  3. It seems that Fridays come way too fast, wasn’t it JUST Friday yesterday? Sheesh!

    “Edging closer to the precipice that overlooked the plunging waterfall, Jewel Caraway risked a glance down. Vertigo hit. Dizziness mingled with worry.”
    Deception by Elizabeth Goddard

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    1. Oh gosh! It seems like this week lasted forever! I LOVE waterfalls! But I admit I do have a problem with heights lol...

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  4. "One apple up on top!"-Ten Apples Up On Top by Dr. Seuss

    This is my daughters book and not currently on my TBR list but who doesn't love Dr. Seuss?! Haha :)

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    1. YES!! Dr. Seuss is definitely a favorite in this house!

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  5. Hannah Roberts leaned on the sill and looked through the small panes of the second story window in the old farmhouse.
    The Mystery of Ghost Dancer Ranch by Patrick E. Craig

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  6. “Mama?” Emily Carver whispered the word as she opened the door to her parents’ bedroom. ~ from A Treasure Concealed by Tracie Peterson. Just started earlier today and it’s very good!

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  7. I'm finally back to try this again! LOL - here is my first line -- "Lillian Avery's dream couldn't have come true at a worse time." (From Sarah Sundin's Anchor in the Storm)

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