Happy Friday & welcome to the First Line Friday link-up! It’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. Today, I’m featuring the first line of The Secret Between Them by the fabulous Susanne Dietze!
and the first line is…
“Joel Morgan was not in the mood to be lied to.”
After a lifetime of questions,
She’s ready for some answers.
In her mother’s hometown, Harper Price is sure she’ll finally learn about the grandfather and father she never knew. But that means working with grumpy local lawyer Joel Morgan. The single dad is wary of Harper, even as her kindness to his daughter warms his heart. Winning his trust is Harper’s first challenge…but not her last as her quest reveals shocking truths.
From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.
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It was not the sort of day when bad things happened.
Harvest Moon by Denise Hunter
So the question is, is anyone ever in the mood to be lied to?
My first line is from Deception by Patricia Bradley:
Today was not a good day to die.
From Hooked: True Stories of Obsession, Love, and Death from Alaska’s Commercial Fishermen and Women edited by Leslie Leyland Fields
“It started in 1977 on a tiny island in the Gulf of Alaska when I put on my first pair of hip boots and vaulted into a small wooden skiff full of salmon.”
No one ever is 😉 My first line is from Whispers from the Shadows by Roseanna M. White.
I’m reading Fate is Remarkable by Betty Neels
“Miss can you hear me? Jackson’s chest tightened. “C-can you open the door?”
SECOND CHANCE ROMANCE by Jill Weatherholt
I’m just beginning Harvest Moon by Denise Hunter.
“It was not the sort of day when bad things happened. Eighty degrees. September breeze. Sky expanding, wide and blue, above a canopy of trees. Air thick with the fresh smell of pine and the loamy scent of earth. It was a perfect Saturday.”
That does sound like a perfect day! I hope you have an excellent weekend.
I can’t wait to start this book!
I’m currently reading A Refuge of Convenience by Kathy Geary Anderson and the first line is: Jonas was dead.
Hope you’ve had a great weekend!