First Line Friday (week 307): The Aberration of Eden Pruitt

Posted September 15, 2022 by meezcarrie in dystopian, First Line Fridays, Katie Ganshert, romance, YA / 13 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 The Aberration of Eden Pruitt by K. E. Ganshert! This series sounds so good – part dystopian, part young adult romance, part suspense!

and the first line is…

“Eighteen-year-old Eden Pruitt walked toward a set of stairs that weren’t hers, away from a father that wasn’t hers either.”


Eden Pruitt’s parents are alive. They are safe. But not Eden. She won’t be until they hunt down the high-stakes gambler known as Mordecai. Eager for redemption, Cassian Gray won’t rest until they succeed.

Together, they follow a trail of clues that thrusts them into a dark, dangerous, twisted reality. At its center stands an enemy far more powerful than they ever imagined.

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13 responses to “First Line Friday (week 307): The Aberration of Eden Pruitt

  1. Gloria A

    London Docks
    January 31, 1816
    “If you lean out any farther, you’ll wind up in the drink. Which, I suppose, would be a fitting end to this disaster of a trip.”
    The Debutante’s Code by Erica Vetsch

  2. Lelia (Lucy) Reynolds

    September afternoons were meant for soft whispers and stolen kisses, not ash and soot and the gangrenous eye of a ruthless taskmaster. The Bride of Blackfriars Lane

  3. Kay Garrett

    If she was being honest with herself, which she usually was, Lilly Jayne had to admit that her days of slinking around outside people’s houses should be well behind her.
    THE PLOT THICKETS by Julia Henry

  4. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line comes from Chapter 1 of A Gem of Truth by KimberleyWoodhouse :
    April 1907 Hotel Casraneda Las Vegas, New Mexico
    Some days were not predictable.

  5. My first line comes from The Governess by Kristie Self:

    “The young girl stood near the front window of her family’s home, fear crawling up her spine as she kept a watchful scene unfolding outdoors”

  6. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently reading The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews.
    “Julia sat immobile on the silk damask-cushioned bench in front of her carved walnut dressing table as her lady’s maid, Mary, put the final touches on her evening coiffure.”
    I hope you have a great weekend!

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