First Line Friday

Murder Wears White

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…

This Weeks First Line Friday Brought to You By

Murder Wears White

A Wedding Planner Mystery (Book # 2)

by Stephanie Blackmoore

Murder Wears White (A Wedding Planner Mystery) by Stephanie Blackmoore

This week's line is:

” So you’ll do it?”

Wedding belles, and murder are ringing through this charming cozy mystery. I have really enjoyed reading this book with words elegantly written like a hand stitched gown and a great few twists for fancy details! Stop by the review today! And see my thoughts that came from reading 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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6 Comments

  1. Becky Smith

    My first line is from Still Life by Dani Pettrey: “He glanced around what had become a dumping ground by the river’s edge. Dark, silent…deserted. Perfect. (Sorry-I know that’s more than just the first line, but it’s so good!)

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  2. Caryl Kane

    My first line comes from Promise of Deer Run by Elaine Marie Cooper

    Prelude

    Huzzah! It’s over! The treaty’s been signed! Huzzah!

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  3. Heather

    I love the cover of this book!

    The Mark of the King
    Jocelyn Green

    And the first line is…

    Paris, France
    September 1719

    “There it was again. Suddenly wide awake, Julianne covered her ears. Straw crunched beneath her, needling her skin through the ticking as she inched away from the dank stone wall and closer to the warm body beside her.”

    Happy reading and happy Friday!

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  4. Beth Erin

    I love the puppies on the cover, they look just like my Suzie!

    PhD was not supposed to smell like this.

    A Twist of Faith by Pepper Basham

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  5. Sydney Anderson

    The old-time car horn a-oogaed, and David Harrington slowly reached over to the nightstand for his cell phone.
    ~The Triple Date Dare by Lauraine Henderson

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  6. Rachel D.

    My first line this week is from The Memoir of Johnny Devine (It is fiction lol) “A tiny cyclone of dry leaves raced ahead of Eliza as she crossed 35th Avenue, urging her to hurry.”

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