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First Line Friday – The Trouble With Love

Yay! It’s Friday! We hope you’ve had a great week and are looking forward to a fun weekend 🙂

During the month of May we’re featuring books with covers that make us smile or feature our favorite color, etc. Today I’ve got a cover that matches both of those parameters! (The book itself makes me smile, too – go buy a copy – you’ll thank me!)

The Trouble With Love by Toni Shiloh

the trouble with love

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First Line:

I strolled down the path through Central Park and exhaled.


 

Again, may I just reiterate what a GREAT book this is??

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11 thoughts on “First Line Friday – The Trouble With Love

  1. Good morning!

    ….All This Time: A Walker Family Novel by Melissa Tagg…
    A single, strained scan of the church’s hollowed interior was all it took for the whispers of Bear McKinley’s past to turn to bellows.

    blessings, Tina

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  2. Hello! 🙂
    Today on my blog I’m sharing the first line from If I Were You by Lynn Austin. I’m currently on chapter 11, so I’ll share from there.
    “USA 1950
    Eve barely slept.”
    Hope you have a great weekend filled with awesome reading time. 🙂❤📚

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  3. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Doesn’t She Look Natural?” by Angela Hunt:

    “A grieving woman, I’ve decided, is like a creme brulee: she begins in a liquid state, endures a period of searing heat, and eventually develops a scablike crust.”

    Like

  4. My first line is from The White Rose Resists by Amanda Barratt:
    Sophie May 1,1942 Munich, Germany
    My future is waiting, a spark in the distance burning steadily brighter as the train approaches the city.

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