via Hoarding Books
Today I'm posting a line from
The Stable Master's Daughter
by Sara Cardon,
book 4 in the Regency House Party: Somerstone Series.
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My First Line:
Marjorie Fairchild stood perched in a tree and willed her secret love to come outside. Leaves spun in circles around her head. Her stomach grumbled from the scent of baking bread drifting from the estate’s kitchen below, but she ignored her traitorous body. She needed to tell Reginald how she felt before she left. She might never see him again.
What are you reading? What is your first line?
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9/28/2018 05:19:08 am
Today at my blog, I featured the first line of Beth Revis' latest release, Give the Dark My Love. Here, though, I will be sharing the first line of my next read, Broken Things by Lauren Oliver.
9/28/2018 06:32:25 am
Happy Friday! My first line is from A Time to Love by Marion Ueckermann:
Happy Friday! I’m sharing about “This Is The Day” by Tim Tebow over on my blog today. I’m currently reading “Ours for a Season” by Kim Vogel Sawyer so I’ll be sharing my first line from there.
Today on my blog I'm sharing the first line from Roseanna M. White's An Hour Unspent. Here I'll share with you the first line from Kristi Ann Hunter's novella A Legacy of Love from The Christmas Heirloom Collection.
9/28/2018 09:27:50 am
Love your first lines. I will definitely have to check that book out. It sounds like fun!
Those first lines make me think of Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina. :) I’m sharing from an upcoming read, The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck, over on my blog today. Here are the first lines from the prologue, set during the American Revolution:
9/28/2018 07:03:19 pm
Those first lines pulled me right in that I went over to Amazon and just purchased the book. I love regency romance. On my blog, I'm featuring the book I just finished reading, "The Awakening" by Tamara Leigh. Here I will share the first line from the book I'm currently reading, "The Unwanted Suitor" by Michelle Pennington. There is a prologue, but I'll share the first line from Chapter 1. "Cornelia Greystone glanced at the ormolu clock that graced the wall over her dressing table and her whole body tensed with urgency." Have a wonderful weekend!
9/28/2018 07:45:55 pm
I’m featuring lines from Susan Stoker’s Justice for Hope on my blog today. Hope you can stop by!
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