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First Line Fridays — The Promise of Breeze Hill

Happy Friday, reader friends! We’re celebrating all things green and Irish in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day this week. Today’s featured title has a lovely green cover and a strapping Irish hero, The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman!

The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman 

The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman

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First Line:
Connor O’Shea braced his boots against  the auction block and glared at the crowd gathered on the landing.


 

The Natchez Trace series is NOT to be missed! The O’Shea family is an endearing bunch, once you get past their gruff exteriors and avoid those Irish tempers.

 

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9 thoughts on “First Line Fridays — The Promise of Breeze Hill

  1. What an interesting opening line! I’m sharing the first line from Romancing the Bride by Melissa Jagears over on my blog. Since I’m actually in the middle of reading it, I thought I’d share the first lines from the chapter I’m currently reading (Chapter 25): “Crack. Jacob dropped back down as the simultaneous report of yet another bullet echoed off the river rocks.”

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  2. Death prowled the cellblock like a dark animal seeking prey – especially the weakest. The House at the End of the Moor by Michelle Griep.

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  3. I have read this series by Pam Hillman and it is sooooo good!
    My first line is from Woman of Sunlight by Mary Connealy.
    November 1873 Hope Mountain, Near Bucksnort, near Grizzly Peak, Colorado

    “You look awful.” Mitch Warden poured himself a cup of coffee and studied Ilsa Nordegren’s face as she stepped into the kitchen.

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