First Line Friday

First Line Friday – Beyond Justice

It’s hard to believe that the summer is almost half over already! It has gone by so fast, and I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but we haven’t really had a good summer around here. It’s either rainy, or so hot and muggy that you don’t want to go outside. But, there’s good news. Neither of those weather patterns affect a girl and her reading! This week I’m sharing a suspenseful book with you. Cara Putnam’s Beyond Justice. I will say this – the book kept me on my toes. Look for the review later on!

 

 

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If he didn’t find that flash drive now, he would have to disappear.

 

There you have it guys! And now it’s your turn! Open the book nearest to you and share the first line in the comments! And make sure to check out what my friends are reading this week! Happy Friday!

All The Book Blog Names Are Taken  /  Bibliophile Reviews

Bookworm Mama  /  Encouraging Words From The Tea Queen

Faithfully Bookish  /  Fiction Aficionado

Lauraines Notes  /  Radiant Light

Reading is my SuperPower  /  Robins Nest

Singing Librarian  /  Kathleen Denly

With A Joyful Noise  /  Joy of Reading

CJane Read  /  Moments Dipped In Ink

Molly’s Cafinated Reads  /  Romances of the Cross

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22 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Beyond Justice

  1. If I remember rightly, this one got especially riveting towards the end!

    I’m featuring a new release by Bethany Kaczmarek on my blog this week, but I’m going to post the first line from a book I’ve been meaning to read for aaaaaages: To Whisper Her Name, by Tamera Alexander.

    “First Lieutenant Ridley Adam Cooper peered through the stand of bristled pines, his presence cloaked by dusk, his Winchester cocked and ready.”

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  2. Oh my! That first line certainly grabbed my attention! 🙂

    My first line is from “A Note Yet Unsung,” by Tamera Alexander.

    “Rebekah Carrington stood shivering across the street from her childhood home, satchel heavy in hand, cloak dusted with snow.”

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  3. I’m sharing a first line from The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson. “The change in Marie Carrington’s pocket wouldn’t pay for a ferry ride across the Northumberland Strait to Prince Edward Island, let alone a bus ticket to anywhere else in the world.”

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  4. Happy Friday! I’m excited to read Cara Putman’s new series!

    My first line comes from Dime Novel Suitor by Carrie Fancett Pagels. It’s part of the Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands Romance Collection.

    Turtle Springs, Kansas
    April 1866

    Pa had some kind of nerve, up and dying like that-just when I’d gotten used to Frank being gone.

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  5. My first line is from Gabrielle Meyer’s novella found in the Of Rags and Riches Romance Collection
    “A Tale of Two Hearts” Little Falls, Minnesota May 20, 1899
    The countryside sped by as Elijah Boyer pushed the Duryea Motor Wagon to twenty-five miles per hour.

    Happy Friday!

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