First Line Friday (week 306): Midnight Blue

Posted September 8, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, romance, Suzie Waltner / 10 Comments

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 Midnight Blue by my friend, Suzie Waltner! I’m so excited about this release & I can’t wait to read it!

and the first line is…

“Where had that girl gotten off to?”


A series of heartbreaking setbacks behind her, Scarlett Sykes is now focused on creating the best life possible for her daughter. One where innocence and joy is not colored by rejection or loss. While finances are tight and Scarlett’s job isn’t ideal for a single mother, her child will always know she’s loved. Especially since Harmony’s father wanted nothing to do with them.

As lead singer and the face of a successful country band, Jake Turnquist’s closest friends depend on him, but life in the spotlight is quickly losing its appeal. At a party celebrating another accomplishment, he’s stunned to discover Scarlett assisting the caterer. Almost ten years have passed, but he’s never forgotten his first love.

In the hours after a surprise revelation, Jake scrambles to orchestrate a way to spend time with Scarlett and Harmony—the family he’s always wanted but never knew he had. He once gave her up to pursue his music. What will he have to surrender to win her back?

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10 responses to “First Line Friday (week 306): Midnight Blue

  1. Gloria A

    25 August 1651
    Somewhere In The Isles of Scilly
    The sea was vengeance. The sea was justice. The sea was the hand of the Almighty, stretched out to slap and strike.
    Worthy of Legend by Roseanna M White

  2. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line comes from Worthy of Legend by Roseanna White:
    The sea was vengeance. The sea was justice. The sea was the hand of the Almighty, stretched out to slap and strike.

  3. Naomi Shores

    From A Model of Devotion by Mary Connealy: Jilly Stiles always came back to the mansion on Nob Hill.

  4. I’m currently reading Worthy of Legend by Roseanna M. White. It’s SO good!
    “The end of the evening was at long last in sight, which lured Emily into relaxation. Too soon, however.”
    Hope you have a good weekend!

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