First Line Friday

Final Verdict

It’s FRIDAY which means I get to share a great line once a week with your from a book I am reading. I found this to be an exciting and entertaining way to find new authors, books and bloggers. So I am opening up the book I have been reading this week, and going to the first chapter and finding the first line…

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Final Verdict

Love Inspired Suspense

by Jessica R. Patch

This week's line is:

“Aurora Daniels inhaled the scent of justice wafting through the courtroom.Winning the motion would come at a grave price, no doubt.”

Okay, this book releases tomorrow!! I am beyond excited for it to be available to the masses. Seriously, Beckett is one hunky fictional boyfriend, and Aurora is a strong, independent woman. I hope you come by tomorrow for an interview with the fabulous Jessica Patch and the review of this book.

Now it's Your Turn

Open the book nearest you and post the first line of the first chapter in the comments below, I would love to see into the book you are reading.
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17 Comments

  1. Kay Garrett

    From My Heart Belongs in the Superstition Mountains: Carmela’s Quandary by Susan Page Davis
    You get out there, and I mean now.

    Reply
  2. Janet Ferguson

    Charles Martin’s Long Way Gone:
    “I’d seen him before.”

    Reply
  3. Andi

    What a hook! Happy Friday!

    Reply
  4. Heather

    I haven’t read a Love Inspired Suspense book in forever! I always find myself reading the Love Inspired Historical series. 🙂 I will try to pick this book up though…happy Friday!

    Reply
  5. Winnie Thomas

    “A thin layer of snow and ice covered the narrowing road, and Link Whitman tapped the brakes to slow his pickup.” Home at Last by Deborah Raney

    Reply
    • Bree Herron

      Thanks Winnie for coming by!

      Reply
  6. Alison Boss

    My first line is: “Lucy knew she was going to regret this.”

    ~Love, Lies & Typewriters: A Wartime Western Romance Novella
    by Heather Blanton

    Reply
    • Bree Herron

      Oh, this line can go so many ways! Thanks for sharing!

      Reply
  7. Anne L. Rightler

    My first encounter with light as more than illumination from a flashlight was on our homestead in Alaska at age five.
    Introduction to Who Told You That You Were Naked by William E Combs

    Reply
    • Bree Herron

      Oh I like this one!

      Reply
  8. Becky Smith

    I definitely want to read this one!
    My first line is from For the Love of Grace by Kimberly Rae Jordan
    “Grace Anderson stared straight ahead at the white wall of a small hospital room.”ly want to read this one.

    Reply
    • Bree Herron

      Becky, stop by tomorrow for the review and giveaway!

      Reply
  9. Jessica Baker

    Hmmm….this line sounds familiar 🙂 I loved this book!!!

    Reply
  10. Rachel D

    “Winter’s toes had become ice cubes.” – Winter by Marissa Meyer

    Reply
  11. Dinh G.

    “Bernadette had been dead two weeks when her sisters showed up in Doyle’s living room asking for the statue back.” – Run by Ann Patchett.

    Reply
  12. Caryl Kane

    My first line comes from A LOVE SURRENDERED by Julie Lessman

    Boston, Massachusetts, May 1932

    So help me, if I get caught tonight, Peggy Pankow’s name is “Mud”.

    Reply
  13. Dianne Casey

    From Sunset in Old Savannah by Mary Ellis:

    If ever there was a perfect time for Beth Kirby to get out of town, it was now.

    Reply

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