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First Line Friday - A Song Unheard

Thursday, January 4, 2018


Winter is here! And here to stay...At least where I come from. I am looking forward to curling up with a good read and enjoying the snow...from inside my warm house, wrapped in a fuzzy WARM blanket...Drinking hot cider. I LOVE winter, but I do NOT like being cold. I am looking forward to reading this particular book over the upcoming weekend. What is on your TBR this winter?

Today’s first line is from...

A Song Unheard
by Roseanna M. White




London, England
September 28, 1914

The music seeped into her soul like fog over the Thames.
I don't know about you, but I ADORE music! And this line makes me want to close my eyes and drink in the melodious sound drifting around her...*sigh*

Comment below with your first line and head over to Hoarding Books to link up with your own FLF post!


17 comments:

  1. I reviewed A Song Unheard this week. I really enjoyed it, especially the locations and the historical research. A Belgian orchestra in Wales? Sounds ridiculous, but it's true.

    I'm sharing the first line from The View from Rainshadow Bay on my blog - another great romantic suspense novel from Colleen Coble.

    I'm currently reading Missing Isaac, the brilliant debut from Valerie Fraser Luesse. Here's the first line:

    A sleepy purple twilight wrapped around the farmhouse, its tall windows glowing with warmth from somewhere inside.

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  2. Such a good book! I'm looking forward to Barclay's story now!

    I’m featuring Valerie Fraser Luesse’s “Missing Isaac” over at my blog, but the first line of the book that is currently sitting in front of is:

    “It was no surprise to me that I’d lost track of time.” (from A Song of Home by Susie Finkbeiner)

    Happy Friday!

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  3. Love the cover! I used to play the violin. :) Happy Friday!

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    1. Ooooh! I never tried...But wish I would have. Piano was my instrument.

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  4. I really like the cover of this book. I'm featuring Oath of Honor over on my blog, but I'll share Life on The Porcelain Edge by C.E. Hilbert here -- Tessa Tarrington's life was in the toilet.

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    1. Oh that's not a good place to be....

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  5. Happy Friday!

    My first line(s) is from the Prologue in Susan May Warren’s new book Troubled Waters, which I finished last night:

    “Oh, this was a bad idea. Epically, abysmally, horrendously bad.”

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  6. Is it weird that I love her dress and want one for myself? You know, because it is totally in style. But I want that dress.

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  7. Looking forward to reading this one!

    Death had a way of creeping up on a soul, and Ivy Thorpe was determined that when it visited her, she would not be surprised.
    The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright

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  8. I’m reading for spring. No more freezing temperatures!

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  9. Fantastic book. Just finished it!

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