First Line Fridays – 5.4.18

It’s First Line Friday time.  Pulling again from treasures read a while ago, today’s first line comes from another Love Finds You… book.

Love Finds You in Prince Edward Island, Canada by Susan Page Davis

Love Finds You in Prince Edward Island Canada by Susan Page Davis First Line Friday Post by Denise M. Colby

I have read several from this line and being the history/geography lover that I am, have found these real town names and fiction stories fun.

So here’s the first line.  Drumroll please…….

June 27, 1860

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

The back door to the kitchen burst open. Molly Orland nearly dropped the wooden spoon she held.

In return, I hope you will share the first line from any book you choose in the comments below.  And then head on over to:

First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books Button

Happy Reading,

Denise


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First Line Fridays – 5.4.18 — 12 Comments

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from Storm Front (Montana Rescue Book #5) by Susan May Warren:

    “Ty Remington blamed the homemade orange marmalade cake for why he found himself huddled under an overhang off some faraway path in Glacier National Park, shivering, praying he might live through the night.”

  2. The book I’m sharing on my blog is The Road Home by Beverly Lewis but here I’ll share the book I just finished today called A Higher Ransom by Aleigha C Israel: “Anna Haddington took a deep breath of the salty air.”

  3. Prince Edward Island is a beautiful place.
    I just finished reading Charming the Troublemaker by Pepper Basham, and since I have not started another book yet, I am going to share the first line of the last chapter. “Rainey didn’t know he was awake.”

  4. Susan is the author of two of my favorite historical romances – I’ll have to read this one 😀

    I’m sharing from my current read, No Less Days by Amanda G. Stevens, on my blog today, so here is the first line from an upcoming read, Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber:

    “The moment Earth’s United World Council officially placed seventeen-year-old Sofi Snow at the top of their Imminent Terrorist Threat list, a siren went off in the circular downtown building, and she became the most wanted teenager alive.”

    Happy Friday and happy reading!

  5. Susan Page Davis is an excellent author – I’ve enjoyed bother her historical romance novels, and her contemporary romantic suspense (I have Maine Point on my to-read pile).

    Today I’m sharing the first line of That’s Amore by Marion Ueckermann on my blog. It’s the first book in the new multi-author Tuscan Legacy series. I’m now reading the third book, Rapsodia (Rhapsody) by Alexa Verde. Here’s the first line:

    Marco Carter would rather spend a day in a pit with snakes than an hour on a plane.

    Personally, I love flying and hate snakes. What about you?

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