First Line Friday – The Socialite

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Today I’m sharing the first line from a brand new book (releasing April 14th)! This beauty arrived in my mailbox yesterday and I am SO excited to start reading it!

The Socialite
by J’nell Ciesielski

The Socialite

GOODREADS | AMAZON

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My First Line:

Paris
1914
“Bloody lipstick.” Kathleen Whitford yanked a handkerchief from her handbag and rubbed off the uneven line of Sequin Red curving over her lip.

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REMINDER: Next week is St. Patrick’s Day Theme!!! YAY!


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6 thoughts on “First Line Friday – The Socialite

  1. My first line comes from The Blue Cloak by Shannon McNear
    June1,1797 Knox County, Tennessee
    It was unbecoming to be jealous of a dear friend’s marriage.

    Looking forward to reading The Socialite!

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  2. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Take a Chance on Me by Becky Wade:

    “The hospital’s electronic doors whooshed open as Penelope Quinn rushed toward the emergency room.”

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  3. Happy Friday! 🙂
    Today on my blog I’m sharing the first line from Promised by Leah Garriott. It’s such a good book. I’m currently reading When He Found Me by Victoria Bylin so I’ll share a line from there.
    “Getting the apartment ready in twenty four hours took all the energy MJ could muster.”
    Hope you have a great weekend. Happy reading! ❤📖

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