First Line Fridays -- Tabitha's Folly
via Hoarding Books
Today I'm posting a line from
by Jen Geigle Johnson,
book 5 in the Regency House Party: Somerstone Series.
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My First Line:
No one saw Tabitha standing in the doorway of her brother, Tauney’s, room.
James, the valet, lifted clothes out of Tauney’s trunks in large stacks instead of loading them in. Neat, color-coordinated piles of breeches and jackets decorated the bedding, and Tabitha’s worry increased.
What are you reading? What is your first line?
Open the book nearest you and post the first line in the comments below...
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And then hop around the linky to visit other blog stops.
10/5/2018 08:38:23 am
Over on my blog, I'm featuring the first line from The Cumberland Bride by Shannon McNear. Do stop by and check it out. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
10/5/2018 09:55:16 am
I want to read this one. Happy Friday! On my blog today, I am featuring one of my favorites, “The Princess” by Lori Wick. Here I will share the first lines from Chapter 3. “Nikolai stood alone in his bedroom and told himself to breathe deeply. He had the window wide open, cool as it was, but still felt as if he were going to suffocate. This was his wedding day.” Have a wonderful weekend!
10/5/2018 02:20:50 pm
Happy Friday! I forgot about this week being about favorite genre but I DID share one from one of my favorite authors. I have to say historical fiction is my favorite, but I also like suspense to change things up a bit. I'm currently in-between books but I'll be be starting a new book after dinner tonight. Hope you have a great weekend with lots of quality reading time!
10/5/2018 02:57:35 pm
My first line is from Lady of a Thousand Treasures by Sandra Byrd:
10/5/2018 07:56:29 pm
Happy Weekend! My first line is from Until I Met You by Kimberly Rose Johnson, which is included in the collection A Christmas To Remember:
What a sweet cover! I’m featuring Lady of a Thousand Treasures by Sandra Byrd on my blog, here is the second line:
10/6/2018 06:14:44 am
Beryl Helliwell watched as her friend Edwina Davenport capped her fountain pen and laid it on the desk in front of her.
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