First Line Friday – 3.24.17

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It’s Friday. What are you reading this weekend? Today I’m featuring When Love Calls by Lorna Seilstad. It’s Book 1 in the Gregory Sisters series and an excellent choice for historical Christian romance fans.

When Love Calls

Here’s the first line:

April 1908
Des Moines, Iowa

Did she dare?

Now it’s your turn! Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line!

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19 thoughts on “First Line Friday – 3.24.17

  1. “Even if she hadn’t been the last person to walk through the turnstile at Warren Street tube station, Jack Barker would have noticed the tall, slender woman in the navy blue, thigh-length jacket with a matching pleated skirt short enough to reveal a well-turned ankle.” ~Maisie Dobbs by Jacqueline Winspear

    I don’t know what has taken me so long to read the Maisie Dobbs series, but I love this first book. It’s so well written and Maisie is a wonderful character! Read and enjoy! 🙂

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  2. I bought When Love Calls back in August, and really need to read it!
    My first line is from Joel C. Rosenberg’s new book Without Warning:
    “I had never been in the Oval Office before.
    But I’d always imagined my first time going differently.”

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    1. You really should. I had to restrain myself from sharing the entire first scene it is so fun! It made me fall in love with the heroine instantly!
      The Oval Office, huh? hmmm I wonder if the character is in trouble. 😉
      Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Claire Murray headed for the barn, a burst of cold air lifting her long blonde hair and tossing it into her face. – To Dance with Dolphins by Bonnie Leon

    Happy Friday and Happy Reading!

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