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Friday, September 16, 2016

First Line Fridays - 9/16/16 - A Lady Unrivaled


Welcome to another Friday! I am so ready for this weekend! Never let me schedule 4 appointments in 4 days for my son again...That was a mistake. I also had to bring my 4 year old along, but he behaved so well. SO proud of them both. But now...All I want to do today is hide away in my nook and read! My first line is from A Lady Unrivaled. The last book in Roseanna M. White's Ladies of the Manor series. I am about halfway through and devouring every word. So without further ado...



"Lady Ella Myerston knew more than everyone thought she did--and more than they thought she should."

What is YOUR first line? Comment below and then head over to join in more First Line fun!

15 comments:

Carrie said...

ahhhh!! I cannot wait to read this one!

Sydney Anderson said...

Hooray for another awesome author/book that is on my TBR pile!!! :D

Here is my first line:

Well, I suppose crime will just have to start to pay!
~A Lesson in Love & Murder (Herringford & Watts Mysteries #2) by Rachel McMillan

Rachel Dixon said...

I am devouring it...well, as quickly as I can with so many appointments this week haha!

Caryl Kane said...

Sunday October 7, 1984

The elevated train clacked outside my apartment, meandering on its predetermined path through Chicago. - The Promise of Jesse Woods by Chris Fabry

HAPPY FRIDAY!

Beth Erin said...

I'm reading the whole series for the first time within the next couple of weeks, eeek!

1890s Adirondack Mountains
New York State
"My trunk!" Elsie Mitchell watched in horror as her trunk fell off the over packed porter's wagon, spilling its contents onto the platform at the Albany train station.

A Changed Agent by Tracey J. Lyons

Pam K. said...

"Corbin Gage shifted in the front pew and rubbed the large spot on his neck that his razor had missed." A House Divided by Robert Whitlow.

Yvette said...

I'm spending my evening with Kid Artists: True Tales of Childhood from Creative Legends by David Stabler, illustrated by Doogie Horner. From the introduction:

"Not every kid grows up to be a great artist. But every great artist definitely starts out as a kid."

Becky Smith said...

“Charlotte Duvall sat on the velvet settee in her aunt & uncle’s library staring at the massive number of books sitting on the shelves.” From Falling in Love by Belle Calhoune. It just came out today, and I got to read the WHOLE book while we traveled! Ahhhhh!!

Rachel Dixon said...

Oh gosh! LOOOOVE this book.

Rachel Dixon said...

Ooooh I have not read anything set in the 80s lol! I am a youngster and don't remember the 80s haha ;)

Rachel Dixon said...

Oh boy...idk if my heart could handle reading them all so close together. Keep your fan and stress ball handy...and tissue!

Rachel Dixon said...

Oh thanks for sharing!!!

Rachel Dixon said...

I LOVE this!!!

Rachel Dixon said...

Ahhh jealous!!! Any book that starts in a library...has to be good right?

Rachel Dixon said...

Ahhh jealous!!! Any book that starts in a library...has to be good right?