First Line Friday – A Portrait of Loyalty

I’ve been a huge fan of Roseanna’s for quite a while now. And I can’t wait to read this final book in The Codebreakers series! I added it to my Fall #TBR and hope to get to it soon! Have you picked up this book yet?

A Portrait of Loyalty
by Roseanna M. White

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My First Line:

He could see it all so clearly.


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7 thoughts on “First Line Friday – A Portrait of Loyalty

  1. I loved this series, and I think A Portrait of Loyalty might have been my favorite!

    I’m currently reading The Price of Valor by Susan May Warren: “As long as Hamilton Jones had breath in his body, nothing, not even tooth decay, would hurt his little girl.”

    Have a great weekend! 😊

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  2. For romantic suspense readers, I’m reading a Love Inspired Suspense book, Grave Christmas Secrets by Sharee Stover: Three can keep a secret if two of them are dead. Forensic anthropologist Taya McGill disagreed with Benjamin Franklin’s famous quote.

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  3. This book sounds good. I’m currently reading More Than Meets the Eye by Karen Witemeyer. I’m starting Chapter 23 now, so I’ll share the first line from that chapter. “Logan stood in front of the door he’d barged through as a kid and shuffled his feet.”

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Price of Valor” by Susan May Warren:

    “As long as Hamilton Jones had breath in his body, nothing, not even tooth decay, would hurt his little girl.”

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  5. From Backlash by Rachel Dylan:
    The incessant knocking on her condo door made Layla Karam grumble as she threw off the covers.

    Portrait of Loyalty is one of my favorites of the year!

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