First Line Friday (week 376): The Gardins of Edin

Posted January 11, 2024 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, First Line Fridays, women's fiction / 6 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 delighted to feature the first line of The Gardins of Edin by Rosey Lee. I’m intrigued by the title and the cover. This sounds like such a great book, and I’m looking forward to hopefully reading it soon!

The Gardins of Edin by Rosey Lee

and the first line of The Gardins of Edin is…

How have I lasted in this family so long?

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6 responses to “First Line Friday (week 376): The Gardins of Edin

  1. Gloria A

    June 1919
    They say when you believe you’re about to die your entire like passes before your eyes in a flurry of poignant images, but all I could think of, rather absurdly, was that I should have worn the blue hat.
    This Side of Murder by Anna Lee Huber

  2. That opening line made me laugh. I can picture so many different stories with many different tones going from that one line.

  3. Kay Garrett

    Seattle, Washington
    May 1899
    “Leave her alone!”
    Thirteen-year-old May Parker hurried to get to her feet. She dusted off her skirt of her dress and scurried to stand behind Leander Munro.
    KNOWING YOU by Tracied Peterson

  4. Happy Friday!
    I’m just starting Cold Threat by Nancy Mehl.
    “I watched as fire devoured the house as if it were living.”
    I hope you have a great weekend with lots of relaxing reading time. 😊

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