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First Line Fridays — An Uncommon Woman

Happy Friday, reader friends! I am absolutely chomping at the bit to get my work caught up so I can dive into, An Uncommon Woman by Laura Frantz! It is calling my name, y’all!!


An Uncommon Woman by Laura Frantz

An Uncommon Woman by Laura Frantz

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First Line:
Why could she not quit pondering that flounced petticoat?


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4 thoughts on “First Line Fridays — An Uncommon Woman

  1. I absolutely adored this novel!

    Happy Friday!
    Today on my blog I am sharing the first few lines from The Blizzard Bride by Susie Dietze: I’m still working my way through this fun novel, so I will share another line or two from The Blizzard Bride.
    “‘Forgive, forget, forgive, forget.’ The words formed a rhythmic refrain in Abby’s head, in time to the beat played by the group of fiddles and banjos Saturday evening at Mayor Carpenter’s birthday party.”
    I hope you have an excellent weekend filled with relaxing reading time. 🙂❤️📚


  2. “She should have paid more attention to her longtime neighbor, Oliver Schneider, when she passed him on the road at dawn.” From Echoes Among the Stones by Jaime Jo Wright.


  3. Uncommon Woman was a phenomenal book.

    My first line is from The Gray Chamber by Grace Hitchcock:
    New York City, Fall 1887
    Edyth Foster’s limbs burned as she pedaled down Fifth Avenue, her white skirts whipping in the wind while she wove around pedestrians and carriages, ignoring their shouts of protest.


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