First Line Friday (week 139): Shelter of the Most High

Posted March 22, 2019 by meezcarrie in Christian, Connilyn Cossette, First Line Fridays, historical, romance / 6 Comments

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.

I’m continuing my #CFRR2019 FLF series, spotlighting books from the authors who will be joining us for the Christian Fiction Readers Retreat in April 2019!

The book I’m featuring today is Shelter of the Most High by Connilyn Cossette, one of our CFRR2019 authors!

And the first line is …

Island of Sicily
1388 BC

The pulse of the sea pressed me forward, urging my body deeper into its embrace.

Let me know the first line of the book closest to you & then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating!

First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books

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6 responses to “First Line Friday (week 139): Shelter of the Most High

  1. Becky Smith

    Happy Friday! My first line is from “How the Light Gets In” by Jolina Petersheim:

    “The caskets were closed, of course.”

  2. I am reading several. On my blog I highlighted The Heart’s Invisible Furies. I am also reading a cozy mystery called Chutes and Ladder by Marc Jedel. “What do you call a fly without wings?” No response, so I answered my own joke. “A walk.”

    Have a great day.

  3. Gloria Anderson

    January, 2010
    Jasmine eased out of her cell-like room and down the dimly lit hallway.
    Justice Delivered by Patricia Bradley

  4. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line is from chapter 20 of A Hero for Miss Hatherleigh by Carolyn Miller.

    Today had proved a day of wonders, enough to make Caroline almost believe there might be other miracles to be seen from this God the Kirbys trusted.

  5. Kay Garrett

    Bridgy Mayfield’s aunt Ophelia tapped her extra-long, shocking pink fingernails impatiently on the countertop beside the cash register.
    CAUGHT READ-HANDED by Terrie Farley Moran

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