First Line Fridays: Lu. by Beth Troy

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First Line Fridays: Lu. by Beth Troy

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Hey Booklovers! Have you checked out the new home for First Line Fridays? I love it, don’t you?

Anywho, it’s Friday!

I just love Fridays.

Because Fridays mean First Line Fridays!

The book I’m featuring today is:

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This fantabulous (Is that even a word? Oh well, it is now!) book was recommended by the great and beautiful Carrie from Reading is my Superpower. You’ll love her blog so make sure you check it out if you haven’t already. Carrie, if you’re reading this, thank you so much for the recommendation!

This is a story that follows a woman’s journey to finding God. It’s real, messy, and yet beautiful all at the same time. It’s a must-read for all women! Learn more by checking out my review.

And the first line is:

“All the stories have been written, including mine.”

Grab the closest book to you and share the first line in the comments below!

Then visit the Hoarding Books page to see which books other bloggers are sharing. You can find the link up by clicking on the picture below.

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28 responses »

  1. The first line on my blog this week is from Toni Shiloh’s latest book ‘Returning Home’. I’ll share with you here a book that I just started reading last night.

    June 1811
    A London lady never sallied forth unchaperoned. Least of all to a place with the reputation of Vauxhall Gardens. — First Comes Marriage by Amanda Barratt
    The Regency Brides Collection

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  2. Happy Friday! I’m sharing the first line from Just the Way You Are by Pepper Basham over on my blog today, but here I’ll share the first line from another book I just finished, Out of the Storm by Jody Hedlund:

    “Everyone’s dead.”

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  3. I really like this first line! How cool!

    Here’s a first line from a book I LOVE and picked up this week to browse for a Top Ten Tuesday post.

    “Piccolo. The restaurant matched its name-a tiny and delicate white stucco building with a short, neat brick wall leading from its front door to the parking lot.”-A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay.

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  4. Love this first line, and LOVE Lu! Great book.

    I’m reading The Engagement Plot by Krista Phillips. Here’s the first line:

    Hanna Knight clicked the Power button on the radio as she inched the Dodge Ram pickup down the snow-covered highway. Embarrass, Minnesota, was only a few miles farther.

    Embarrass as a place name? Weird, in a funny way.

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  5. Sorry that I didn’t get this posted on Friday. I want to share the first line from the first chapter instead of from the prologue: (This is a REALLY fun book to read!)

    A New Shade of Summer by Nicole Deese:

    β€œI jiggled the locked doorknob again and wished, not for the first time, that it was legal to use tranquilizer darts on adolescent boys.”

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