First Line Friday – Things We Didn’t Say

Happy New Year!!! I am so excited to kick off the new year with you all today! One of the books I got for Christmas this year is the new release of Amy Lynn Green, Things We Didn’t Say. I can’t wait to dive into it this winter. What book are you kicking the new year off with?

Things We Didn’t Say
by Amy Lynn Green

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My First Line:

January 26, 1945
Dear Mr. Donohue,
If I were an expert in criminal law, I’d be sick to death of outraged clients claiming to be falsely accused, and especially of weepy female clients wringing their hands and saying things like, “How could it have come to this?”


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10 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Things We Didn’t Say

  1. Happy New Year!!! 🎉🎉🎉
    Over on my blog, I’m sharing the first line from The Thief of Blackfriars Lane by Michelle Griep:
    https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2021/01/01/first-line-friday-168/. It’s a great story! Currently, I’m reading The Twelve Holidates by Emma St. Clair, so I’ll share from there:
    “I have to wonder if the blogger who suggested waiting inside a giant stocking for your significant other actually tried it first.”
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend full of fun reading time! 🙂❤📚

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  2. My first line comes from Tidewater Bride by Laura Frantz
    James Towne, Virginia Colony. Spring 1634
    Alas, she was not a tobacco bride but she had been given charge of them.

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  3. Happy New Year!
    The first line I shared this week is from The Dress Shop on King Street by Ashley Clark. I’m currently reading it too so I’ll share the first line from my current chapter (33) here: “The air was thick with humidity and the smells of birth as Millie came in and out of consciousness.” This book is amazing so far and is not very easy to put down at all. I have a pretty good feeling it’ll get finished tonight. Hope you have a wonderful weekend and happy reading!

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  4. Here it is: „There was only so much chafing a girl could handle, and Elle Jones had reached her limit.“

    I‘ll post it to my blog tomorrow morning… Happy New Year!

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