First Line Friday (week 85): If Not For Thee

December 8, 2017 Amber Lynn Perry, Christian, Christmas, First Line Fridays, historical, romance 19

Happy Friday!

And welcome to First Line Fridays, hosted by Hoarding Books!!!

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

The book I’m featuring today is If Not For Thee by Amber Lynn Perry

And the first line is:

“Absolutely not.”

Let me know your first line in the comments & then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating! Join us too!
First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books

 

Carrie

19 Responses to “First Line Friday (week 85): If Not For Thee”

  1. Andi

    Short and to the point! Lol

    First Line from Christmas at Gate 18 by Amy Matayo.
    Maybe the impending storm is putting me in a worse mood than usual, but there are only so many times a girl can repeat the exact same question in the exact same way to the exact same person without feeling her mind begin to unravel.

    Yes, that is the first line. Lol

  2. Marti Wilson

    Warm August sunlight slanted a roof the dusty windshield of Cameron McLendon’s blue ford pickup as he drove south on Highway 93.

    The Christmas Room- Catherine Anderson

  3. Susan Dyer

    Happy Friday!

    My first line is from the book I’m reading next, Like Moonlight at Low Tide by Nicole Quigley….

    People never ask me the right question when they ask me what happened the beginning of my senior year. They always ask what his last words were.

    Have a great weekend!!

  4. Kay Garrett

    It’s my good luck you’re here.
    Bookman Dead Style – Dangerous Type Mystery
    By Paige Shelton

  5. Linda K. Rodante

    I have two books. The one nearest me was my own since I am thinking of adding a scene to it. The first line from Honor Respect Devotion,”Mark. Nine O’clock. Mark. Nine o’clock.” The flight mechanic’s voice jumped at Jake Travis Osborne. “Two people in the water. Two survivors at nine o’clock.” The book I am reading is Family Plot by Sheri Cobb South, a regency historical mystery,and the first line is “The opening night performance was over.”

  6. Caryl Kane

    Happy Friday, Carrie! 🙂

    My mother’s name was Sarah. – Take This Cup by Bodie and Brock Thoene

  7. Gloria A

    I am reading Malicious Intent by Jordyn Redwood from Kill Zone.

    Detective Brett Sawyer pressed his index finger to his lips, hoping the motion would prevent his friend and author, Lexie Sloan, from showing any signs of recognizing him.

  8. Valerie S.

    “Time to jump.”

    Luther and Katharina by Jody Hedlund

    I wanted to read this in October for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, but life interfered.

  9. Rebecca

    Absolutely not what? Looks like I need to read this book. I think I have this on my Kindle. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    I’m sharing about Land of Silence by Tessa Afshar on my blog today, but I’ll share a book that is on my TBR here.

    “Come on, come on. I know you’re here somewhere,” Magdalena Henry murmured, squinting through the viewfinder of her camera at the ragged line of coffee pickers sorting their day’s yield.
    -Ascension of Larks by Rachel Linden

  10. Melissa

    Water: Book One of the Water Series by Emory Gayle

    Prologue: “My lungs burned”.

  11. Becky Smith

    Happy Friday!

    My 1st line is from Shattered Memories by Debbie Lynne Costello:

    “Why can’t you have him arrested and demand our money back?”

  12. Paula S.

    The euphoria of winning a hard case vied in her thoughts with wondering what came next as Hayden McCarthy left the Alexandria courthouse. From Beyond Justice by Cara Putman

  13. Suzie Waltner

    Great line!

    The first line of the book I’m currently reading is: “Who am I?” From His Forgotten Fiancee by Evelyn M. Hill

    I’m getting around to everyone a little late, but have a great weekend!

  14. Nicole Santana

    I am sharing the first line from the YA Christian Dystopian novel All Things Now Living by Rondi Bauer Olson on my blog. Here I will post the first two lines from the novel I am starting next, Count Me In by Mikal Dawn:

    “The little hairs on the back of Allegra Spencer’s neck stood at attention. He was behind her.”

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