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Thursday, February 8, 2018

First Line Fridays - Favorite Romance

Happy Friday!

Valentine's Day is approaching!!! And in celebration I am sharing a line from ONE of my FAVORITE romance books of ALL time...I could read this book over every single day and not grow tired of it. (I am pretty sure I have shared this before on FLF....but oh well...) #myCharlie




Happy Reading!

Today’s first line is from...

The Lady and the Lionheart
Joanne Bischof


"There was no place God could not go. No chasm too deep where He couldn't reach down."


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What is one of YOUR favorite romance reads?
Comment below with your First Line and then...

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13 comments:

  1. Favorite romance? Has to be Pride and Prejudice. I used to read it every year. I need to dust it off again. I'm featuring A Passionate Hope by Jill Eileen Smith over on my blog. Here I'll share from Keturah by Lisa T. Bergren. "In the hopes that at least one would get through, their father had sent three copies of his last letter from the West Indies; as it happened, his daughters received them all."

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  2. I love The Lady and the Lionheart. It's a favorite! :)

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  3. Tom stopped coating hot apple fritters in that tantalizing mixture of cinnamon and sugar.
    SURVIVAL OF THE FRITTER
    By Ginger Bolton

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  4. I just got that book on Audible, I can't wait to listen to it!
    I’m going to share the first line from Part 1 Chapter 1 of Jocelyn Green’s “A Refuge Assured”
    She should be used to this by now, the way skin exposed to cold eventually lost feeling.

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  5. I still need to read this book! It's on my Kindle. :) Happy Friday!

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  6. Over on my blog, I am featuring Heather B. Moore's novel, Worth the Risk. I am very excited to read that book. It sounds like it will be a lot of fun.

    Here, I will post from the novel I am currently reading, A Refuge Assured by Jocelyn Green. It is an AMAZING story that I am enjoying wholeheartedly. I am just starting chapter 29, so I will share the first two lines from this chapter.

    Asylum, Pennsylvania
    July 1795

    Still damp with morning's dew, the cool earth soiled Vivienne's apron as she knelt in her garden, tugging weeds from between iris and yarrow. Geese soared overhead, soft brown chevrons against a sky of robin's-egg blue.

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  7. I know, I know, I'm one of the few who have not read this book! It's sitting on my shelf waiting for a break in my review commitments. I'll get there eventually!

    Here’s the first line from my current read.

    Four years to the day after the alien planet arrived above Earth, Sofi’s papa had collapsed on the rickety front porch of their buttermilk-yellow farmhouse. –Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber

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  8. I need to get to this book! Maybe if I ever get caught up...

    I'm sharing from James Markert's All Things Bright and Strange on my blog today, so here is the first line from Chapter 2:

    "Anna Belle was pretty as a sunrise and always dressed to the nines."

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  9. This one is in my TBR!

    Josie Gallagher gripped the letter from the county manager's office with tight hands. - Her Secret Daughter by Ruth Logan Herne

    Happy Friday and Happy Reading! :)

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  10. The Lady & the Lionheart is waiting impatiently for me to get to it! Happy Friday! My first line is from Forward to What Lies Ahead by Chloe S. Flanagan:

    "Regina's cellphone buzzed sharply, shattering the silence of her apartment and making her coffee table vibrate."

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  11. I really need to read this one. I say that every time someone mentions this book!

    I'm featuring Jennifer Rodewald's Valentine's Day novella on my blog, but at the moment I'm refreshing my memory on Mary Weber's The Evaporation of Sofi Snow:

    "The ice-planet arrived in the dusky heat of summer twilight during Earth's Fourth World War."

    Have a great weekend.

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  12. I don't think I can name a favourite romance novel!

    I've got the first line from The Saturday Night Supper club up on my blog, and I'm currently reading another great contemporary romance - Paper Hearts by Courtney Walsh. She's one of my new favourite authors. Here's the first line:

    "I can't believe she did this to me again." Abigail Pressman stared at the computer screen in disbelief.

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