First Line Friday (Week 24): The Devoted

September 16, 2016 Christian, First Line Fridays, Suzanne Woods Fisher 29

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Thank goodness for Fridays!!

Since it’s Friday, it’s also time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line!

The book I’m featuring today is The Devoted by Suzanne Woods Fisher, another series I’ve really enjoyed!

the-devoted

And the first line is….

“The bad thing about Ruthie Stolzfus’s job was that it barely paid minimum wage and she had no job security.”

So… what’s your First Line on this Friday?

Let me know in the comments and then head over to share your First Line with these friends:

Bookworm Mama

Singing Librarian

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If you’d like to join us on your blog for First Line Fridays, shoot me an email and let me know!

Carrie

29 Responses to “First Line Friday (Week 24): The Devoted”

  1. Andrea Stephens

    How much was a year of someone’s life worth?
    Love’s Sure Dawn – An Eagle Harbor Novel by Naomi Rawlings

  2. Sydney @ Singing Librarian Books

    I have this one on my TBR pile too! Yay!! 😀

    Here is my first line:

    It’s not that you can do this, Kimberly Gallagher’s conscience prodded as she strode through the elegantly appointed welcomeing area of her mother’s central New York wedding and event-organizing enterprise.
    ~An Unexpected Groom by “Ruthy” aka Ruth Logan Herne 😉

  3. Beckie B.

    The Anderson shelter had guarded his life for another night, but it felt like a grave. Fifth Column by Mike Hollow. I’m hoping to finish this one tonight.

  4. Rachel D.

    “I fear that our wassailing has become a nuisance.” – Newton & Polly – Ahhhhh I am dying to start it….

  5. Katy C.

    “September 11, 2001. The ringing jolted Travis Harders from a deep sleep.” – Grace to Save by Carol Moncado

      • Katy C.

        I don’t know if you’ve read any of her other books, but all of them are connected in some way. This one though is totally fine to read on its own because the main characters have only been minor characters in the other books. On that note however, Carol has two free books on Amazon including her first one, Finding Mr. Write.

        • Carrie

          she has been on my radar for a while now and I’m hoping to keep December relatively free from scheduled reviews so I can catch up!

  6. Tracey Hagwood

    The trouble with lassoing a Texas cyclone was-now you had a cyclone on the end of your rope.

    Isn’t that a great first line? Love it!

    Longhorn Christmas by Mary Connealy
    Cowboy Christmas Homecoming novella collection

  7. carylkane

    Sunday October 7, 1984

    The elevated train clacked outside my apartment, meandering on its predetermined path through Chicago. – The Promise of Jesse Woods by Chris Fabry

    HAPPY FRIDAY!

  8. Beth Erin

    1890s Adirondack Mountains
    New York State
    “My trunk!” Elsie Mitchell watched in horror as her trunk fell off the over packed porter’s wagon, spilling its contents onto the platform at the Albany train station.

    A Changed Agent by Tracey J. Lyons (who I had the pleasure of meeting and sitting next to at CFRR!)

  9. Pam K.

    “Corbin Gage shifted in the front pew and rubbed the large spot on his neck that his razor had missed.” A House Divided by Robert Whitlow.

  10. Yvette-Bookworlder

    They were digging another grave. ~ The Loyal Heart by Shelley Shepard Gray

    I’m having trouble deciding what to read next (a bit spoiled with great choices right now) but think I might start this tonight. This will be my first book by her.

  11. Becky Smith

    “Charlotte Duvall sat on the velvet settee in her aunt & uncle’s library staring at the massive number of books sitting on the shelves.” From Falling in Love by Belle Calhoune. It just came out today, and I got to read the WHOLE book while we traveled! Ahhhhh!!