Friday, March 17, 2017

First Line Fridays | 3.17.2017

*rubs hands together* Now for my current top favorite author! I'm featuring the first book of hers that I read. Since then, I've read four others. ;) She knows how to write an excellent book!

Temptation sat before her, compelling as the sea. Gleaming silver, green leather, the nearly silent rumble of the engine...
(from The Lose Heiress by Roseanna M. White)

See my review of it here.

And now... share your first line for today!!

Also, be sure to hop along to all of these other blogs and see what First Lines they have to share!

Rachel - Bookworm Mama
Lauraine - Lauraine's Notes
Andi - Radiant Light
Robin - Robin's Nest
Kathleen - Kathleen Denly


Caryl Kane said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!


Paige's Journal Entry

During my time away, I often thought of home.

Obsession by Rachel Trautmiller This novella is part of the boxed set Smoke and Mirrors: A Romantic Suspense Collection.

Sydney Anderson said...

Love this book!! Thanks for sharing about it! :)

englishmysteriesblog said...

This book is sitting on my shelf waiting to be read. :) Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Andrea Stephens said...

That is a good book from a good author!
First line from a book I finished recently.
Hillsdale, Michigan February 8, 1856 Midnight
In ten minutes, the westbound train would reach the town Euphemia Roper once vowed to never set foot in again.
From Laurie Alice Eakes “Collision Of The Heart”

Sarah said...

It's always so lovely when you find an author who you truly love, and will read anything they write and you are twice as lucky because everything they write is GOOD. For me, that author is Dan Jones. And he humors me by talking to me on Twitter and then I am all giddy and happy.

Jessica Baker said...

Love her writing!!!!

Fiction Aficionado said...

I love this series so much! Roseanna is a fantastic writer. :-)

I'm featuring Terri Blackstock's "If I'm Found" on my blog today. I couldn't put it down!

Amanda T. said...

@ Caryl - thanks! Suspense is something I've been wanting to read some more of. ;)

@ Sydney - isn't it good?

@ English Mysteries - ah, you should read it. :)

@ Andrea - Ah, interesting first line. Thanks for sharing!

@ Sarah - yes, exactly!! Haven't read anything by Dan Jones. But how neat. :)

@ Fiction Aficionado - I've seen Terri Blackstock around but haven't read any yet. I like un-put-downable books. ;)

Beth Erin said...

I adore this series!!

Amanda T. said...

@ Beth - I have yet to read book three. :) I want to re-read the whole series someday though.

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