First Line Fridays -Finding Lady Enderly

First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books

Today I’m posting a line from

Finding Lady Enderly
by Joanna Davidson Politano

Finding Lady Enderly

GOODREADS | AMAZON

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My First Line:

Spialfields, London’s East End, 1871
For one blessed moment I was beautiful.

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8 thoughts on “First Line Fridays -Finding Lady Enderly

  1. That’s such a poignant first line!

    I’m sharing the first line from Catherine West’s latest book over on my blog, As the Light Fades. I know we’re not supposed to judge books by the cover, but this has a great cover and I’m itching to get into it.

    Happy reading 🙂

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  2. My first lines are from Fire Storm by Nancy Mehl

    He waits, hidden in the shadows of the tall, stately trees that lined the street. He is the only one who knows that hell has just opened its doors.

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  3. I am so excited to get to this book! It will be my first Politano read!

    Happy Saturday!
    Yesterday on my blog I shared the first couple of lines from A Daring Venture by Elizabeth Camden: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2019/08/08/first-line-friday/. Currently, I am reading The Yellow Lantern by Angie Dicken. I’ll share a line from there.

    “A thick cloud of dust hovered on the top of the hill just outside the Bates estate.”

    Hope you have a great weekend! 🙂💜📚

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  4. Happy Weekend! My first line is from “Choose Me” by Marion Ueckermann:

    “Today of all days, Julia Delpont needed to forget about the world.”

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