First Line Friday

Raging Storm

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

Raging Storm

The Remnant Series—Book 2

by Vannetta Chapman

Raging Storm by Vannetta Chapman

This week's line is:

“Shelby made her way slowly, carefully through complete darkness to the small guesthouse.”

This is the release week of this wonderful book, and trust me when I say it isn’t like anything you have read before. I know you will love 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. Caryl Kane

    Jace Rawlings, MD, sat in the damp Kenyan jail with his back against the stone wall. An Open Heart by Harry Kraus

    Reply
  2. Heather

    My first line for the week is:

    The Newcomer
    by Suzanne Woods Fisher

    Philadelphia
    October 15, 1737

    “Bairn was suffocating. Not literally, mayhap, but as close as a man could get.”

    Happy reading and happy Friday!

    Reply
  3. Sydney Anderson

    Near Medicine Bow, Wyoming 1892

    The squeal of the train wheels jerked Essie Vanderfair’s attention from the doodles and half-formed thoughts scribbled inside her notebook to the window beside her.

    ~The Outlaw’s Secret by Stacy Henrie

    Reply
  4. Rachel

    Happy Friday Bree! Since I shared the first line of the Prologue on my blog, here is Chapter one. “Maggie turned the hat block and examined the broad-brimmed, yellow straw hat.”

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  5. Becky Smith

    My first line is: ” “…for it is written: ‘It is mine to avenge; I will repay,’ says the Lord.” The words grabbed the man by the throat.” (I had to include that 2nd line!) from Moving Target by Lynette Eason

    Reply
  6. Beth Erin

    Finished reading A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander

    Nashville, Tennessee
    January 12, 1871
    Rebekah Carrington stood shivering across the street from her childhood home, satchel heavy in hand, cloak dusted with snow.

    Reply

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