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First Line Friday - The Best of Intentions

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Happy Friday!

Susan Anne Mason is phenomanal! I love everything that I have read from her and I am so excited to start this new series! From what I gather, this story is primarily set in Toronto. I LOVE BOOKS SET IN TORONTO! Granted, I have only read a few (*ahem*Rachel McMillan's) but still...It's a city that I can't wait to explore more of! Yet another book that I will probably listen to on SCRIBD here soon. If you can believe it, a year ago, I was LOATHE to listen to books! I have been converted...(If you haven't checked out SCRIBD yet, you can get a FREE 30-Day trial HERE.)

Today’s first line is from...

The Best of Intentions
Susan Anne Mason

May 1919

Grace Abernathy stood at the rail of the SS Olympic, staring out over the calm expanse as the last trace of sunlight disappeared over the horizon.

Read my review HERE.

What city do you love having a book set in? 

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  1. Happy Friday!😎

    My first lines come from Carolina Mercy by Regina Rudd Merrick.....

    Lucy Dixon wanted it to be a bad dream, but it wasn’t. Auto pilot. It was the only way she was getting through this. Daddy was dead.

    Have a great weekend and happy reading!😊📚💖

  2. Happy Friday, Rachel! My first line comes from I'll See You in Paris by Michelle Gable

    OCTOBER 2001

    "Maybe she'll surprise us," Eric said.

  3. Monday, January 22
    “Hi, everyone,” the young woman with a rounded belly on a stick-thin frame, long blonde hair, and large haunted eyes, began. “My name is Abby Boston. Brit asked me to come here tonight to tell my story.”
    By Kathi Daley

  4. I’m about 2/3 done with this book and really loving it! Susan is a great writer.
    My First line is from Lady Jayne Disappears :

    London, England, 1861
    “Well, Miss Harcourt. Are you, or are you not, Nathaniel Droll?”


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