First Line Friday – The Nature of a Lady

This gorgeous book is ALMOST here!!! The Nature of a Lady releases May 4th and is book one of Roseanna White’s new series, The Secrets of the Isles! I’m so stinking excited!!! And I’m not just saying that because I work for her hehe. Roseanna’s books have been a favorite of mine ever since I stumbled across The Lost Heiress. Rich with history and detail, Roseanna weaves mystery, suspense, and romance into her stories that just continue to blow me away. You can preorder your copy from her site (linked below) for a special deal. And it’s SIGNED! I hope you all have a fabulous weekend and that it is filled with reading. ❤ Rachel

The Nature of a Lady
by Roseanna M. White

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My First Line:

He was a prince at sea.

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3 thoughts on “First Line Friday – The Nature of a Lady

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Pinky Promise” by Valerie Comer:

    “Hi, Mommy!” Elena ran across the schoolyard, her long curls streaming behind her. “I met my twin sister today.”


  2. My first line is from Seeking Sanctuary by Susanne Dietze:
    For the first time since she learned to read as a seven-year-old, Paige Faraday entered a bookstore with no intention of buying anything.


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