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First Line Fridays — Her Secret Song

Happy Friday, reader friends! Today, we’re featuring the final installment of a delightful historical series featuring a trio of reclusive sisters…

Her Secret Song by Mary Connealy

Her Secret Song by Mary Connealy

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First Line:
Wax Mosby was living a life that was going to kill him.


I adore the quirky and charming Nordegren sisters and the bewildered fellas that fall for them! I can’t wait to dive into Ursula’s story!

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5 thoughts on “First Line Fridays — Her Secret Song

  1. Happy Friday! 😊
    I’m sharing from All is Mary and Bright by Kasey Stockton on my blog:https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2020/11/13/first-line-friday-161/. I’m currently reading The Cul-de-sac War by Melissa Ferguson. I’m just starting chapter 4 so I’ll share from there.
    “Chip tried really, really hard to keep a smile from playing on his lips as Bree stomped out of the sleet and onto his concrete porch in tall black galoshes.”
    I hope you have a wonderful weekend. 🙂❤📚

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  2. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Into the Darkness” by Margaret Daley:

    “Hot, humid – no, make that wet – air clung to her like a second skin.”

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  3. My first line is from an exceptional book: The Promised Land by Elizabeth Musser:
    “I have spent twenty years carefully stitching my family’s life together, so when it suddenly starts to unravel I find myself in a tangled knot of anxiety.”

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