First Line Friday (Week 33): Abducted

Posted November 18, 2016 by meezcarrie in Dana Mentink, First Line Fridays / 26 Comments

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Happy Friday!!!

Can you believe Thanksgiving is around the corner?!?

And then Christmas? And then 2017?


But right now it’s Friday, so that means 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 Abducted by Dana Mentink


And the first line is…

“Sarah Gallagher stood frozen in shock as Dominic Jett lurched through the clinic door, a limp body draped over his shoulder.”

Wow! That definitely has my attention!!

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

Faithfully Bookish

Radiant Light

… and introducing a new addition to our little group:

Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen

Head on over and help Heather feel welcome!!!

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

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26 responses to “First Line Friday (Week 33): Abducted

  1. I have only read Dana’s “dog” series. I will have to try out some of her suspense. 🙂

    My first line:

    Cactus Creek, Texas
    Saturday, March 31, 1888

    “You’d think after all this time I’d be over him.”

    Cactus Creek Challenge by Erica Vetsch

  2. I’m reading Finding Margo, and the first line is, “In the heat of the summer, under a dark sky of a moonless night, three Amish children disappeared from their bed, never to be seen again.”

  3. carylkane

    AUGUST 1866

    Matt Tucker could take people for only so long and then he had to get up in the mountains, all the way up where he was more likely to run into a golden eagle than a man. – Now & Forever (Wild At Heart Book 2) by Mary Connealy

  4. Becky Smith

    “Miss Arabella Beckett had always been proud of the fact she’d never ended up in jail. She could no longer make that claim.” From A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano

  5. Wow! I can’t believe I made it on time this week! My line is from Another Day, Another Dali by Sandra Orchard. “I tore my gaze from the porch that wrapped around the drug dealer’s house and cringed at the number on my phone’s call display.”

  6. Rebecca Maney

    I loved “Abducted”, non-stop action from beginning to end!

    I actually have my book in my purse today, ” There was only one thing better than the smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls in the morning”.

    I LOVE “Where Two Hearts Meet” by Liz Johnson!

    • Carrie

      ooooooo I have that one sitting on one of my TBR piles too!! Waiting for me, calling to me, taunting me even haha!

  7. Hi Carrie,

    My first line comes from The Wedding Shop by Rachel Hauck

    April 1930 Heart’s Bend, Tennessee

    The morning began like every other weekday, with Cora making her way up the back walk to the shop, unlocking the door and clicking on the lights.

  8. Eeeeeeee!!!! SO excited for the holidays this year! My first line: “Pine Creek, Washington, 1891 – Killing Edward Stevens was beyond her proper ways.” From One Plus One Equals Trouble by Sondra Kraak

  9. Andrea Stephens

    I can’t believe Thanksgiving is just a few days away.
    I missed posting this yesterday (that’s what I get for trying to post from my phone while waiting in line to get into Costco, then forgetting it was Friday by the time I got done doing all my errands and forgetting to get things on my list, UGH) Sorry I spit up a little there. I’ll try posting now.
    “Women with dimples had always been Graham Forrester’s weakness” from Bells at Midnight by Marianne Evans. It’s part of a 4 novella collection called Love at Christmas Inn. I’ve read the first two, very sweet.

  10. I haven’t read Dana’s suspense titles yet, might have to squeeze one in! I’m a day late but wow, it’s been a crazy week!

    “Kacey didn’t want to raise eyebrows and alert the entire town to her return.” – Wild Montana Skies by Susan May Warren

  11. Tammy

    HI everyone! The book nearest me is titled, I Am Half Sick Of Shadows, A Flavia de Luce Novel, I actually haven’t started it yet. I found it at the library and the title caught my eye so I picked it up. Here is the first line:
    ” Tendrils of raw fog floated up from the ice like agonized spirits departing their bodies.”
    Looking forward to starting it after that intriguing first line!

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