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First Line Friday - A Most Noble Heir

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Happy Friday!

Eeeep! I finally get to read this book! Look for my review coming soon! P.S. I LOVE that the HERO is on the cover!!!

Today’s first line is from...

A Most Noble Heir
Susan Anne Mason



Derbyshire, England
March 1884
Nolan Price scanned the fields of newly budding greenery that stretched as far as he could see and slowly inhaled the scent of grass, soil, and freshly spread manure.


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7 comments:

  1. Happy Friday!😎

    My First Line comes from a book I'm reading now, The Ones We Choose by Julie Clark.....

    If loneliness were a color, it would be the deep purple of my eight year old shirt as he walks solitary laps around the school track.

    Have a great weekend and happy reading!😊📚📚

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  2. My first line (plus some)
    Lou hoisted up her gown and winced as she tottered across the parking lot. The sparkly four-inch heels had looked so pretty in the box, but they felt like mortar and pestle grinding each bone in her foot. She missed her green Crocs.
    THE COOINCIDENCE OF COCONUT CAKE
    by Amy E. Reichert

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  3. Great story! I'm currently reading Where the Fire Falls by Karen Barnett. Here are the first couple of lines from chapter 10...
    "Clark strode into the Glacier Point Hotel. A burning sensation simmered in his gut, like his best campfire stew straight from the pot."

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  4. I'm sharing from a favorite re-read on my blog, but I'll share from my current read here - a novel set in the 1920’s, Ramble and Roar by Catie Cordero:

    “I wasn’t looking for death. It found me. That’s what I tell myself.”

    Happy Friday!

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  5. My first line is from Robin Mason’s The Silent Song of Winter.

    ” The sounds of the swamp in winter would scare another person but not me.”

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  6. He can keep the smell of manure!

    My blog post today is sharing the first line of The Theory of Happily Ever After by Kristen Billerbeck. I'm currently reading Criss Cross by CC Warrens, which is all suspense:

    The ominous sound of something scraping across the cement behind me raised the hairs on the back of my neck.

    Have a great weekend!

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  7. Wonderful book! I just posted my review. :) This is the perfect book to read on the Royal Wedding day. :) Happy Saturday!

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