First Line Friday

The Captain’s Daughter

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

The Captain’s Daughter

London Beginnings

by Jennifer Delamere

This week's line is:

“I’m not surprised to find you here, Rosalyn Bernay said.”

I was literally swept away by this book, it is a first in a new series. Trust me you will be eager to join this delightful cast of characters on their story, the hardships, the faith and the love. It is five stars!

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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14 Comments

  1. Becky Smith

    Happy Friday!
    My first line is from Rediscovering Americanism by Mark R. Levin: “I often wonder what Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, James Madison, John Adams, George Mason, Benjamin Franklin, and the other Founders would think about today’s America.

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  2. Trisha Robertson

    This book is on my #TBR stack!
    I borrowed my 9-year old son’s current read to share in the comments. This is a super fun mystery book for kids and one that’s been read more than once!

    “Voices sounded, but no one was there to hear them.”
    Treasure On Spy Glass Hill
    by: Paul B. Ricchuiti.

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  3. Rebecca

    I so badly want to read this book!

    My first line is from Healing Love by Jennifer Slattery.

    “She’d spent over $100,000 and two years in grad school for this?”

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  4. Kathleen Denly

    That is an absolutely gorgeous cover!

    Today I’m sharing the first line from “A Match Made in Alaska” over on my blog, but the first line I’m sharing here is from a book I recently finished, “Against the Tide” by Elizabeth Camden:

    Boston, 1876
    Lydia was embarrassed to wear a damp dress on the first day of school, but it rained last night while her clothes were strung across the boat’s rigging to dry.

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  5. Jesica Baker

    I love that cover! Might need to add the to the TBR pile

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  6. Katie Donovan

    I really enjoyed this one!

    I have the first line from Over Maya Dead Body on my blog today, but I’m going to share the first line from another great read about to release, Susan May Warren’s “A Matter of Trust”:

    “Gage Watson blamed the trouble on the bright, sunny day.”

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  7. Heather

    I loved this book! Great pick for this week…happy Saturday! 🙂

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    • Bree Herron

      Thanks! You too!!

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  8. Andi

    I enjoyed this book too! Happy 4th Weekend!

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  9. Amanda Tero

    This book has caught my eye several times over the past few weeks. Thanks for sharing the first line!

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  10. Paula

    Jody Hedlund,An Uncertain Choice:My slippered feet slapped the dirt road and my heart hammered against my chest like a battering ram. Medieval romance of young people , first of a trilogy!

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  11. Dinh

    Happy Friday!
    My first line is: “This fairy tale begins in 1968 during a garbage strike.” ~ The Changeling by Victor Lavalle.
    Dinh@Arlene’s Book Club

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  12. Beth Erin

    This book is on my tbr… I have NO idea when I will be able to read it! 🙂

    Dutch Whitney hit the bog hard, tumbling forward to smack facedown into the muck. – Grounded Hearts by Jeanne M. Dickson

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  13. CJ Myerly

    Happy Friday! Beautiful cover. In honor of my four-year-old’s birthday, I shared Chicka Chicka Boom on my blog, but I’ll share the first lines from a book in my TBR pile.

    “Ross Springer knew he was going into the drink the second Abby Cushman stepped up to the mark, fixed those intelligent blue eyes on the bull’s-eye, and let the beanbag zip.” Hook, Line, and Sinker by Susan May Warren

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