First Line Friday – The Peasant’s Dream

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Have you read any of Melanie Dickerson’s books? She has totally captured my heart with her fairytale retellings. I’m obsessed! Beautiful words, brilliant stories, and captivating characters. The Peasant’s Dream is Melanie’s 11th book in the Hagenheim series….but they CAN be read separately, but I recommend starting at the beginning with The Healer’s Apprentice.

The Peasant’s Dream
by Melanie Dickerson

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My First Line:

Adela stood watching her brother Steffan marry his true love, Katerina of Hamlin, memorizing how the autumn sun bathed everything in warm light and made the stained glass windows of Hamlin Cathedral spark and glow.

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What is your first line?
Open the book nearest you and post the first line in the comments below…

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First Line Friday – Driftwood Dreams

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I hope summer has arrived in your neck of the woods! It can seem to make up its mind here, but at least we’re having sunny days! I don’t know about you, but a lot of our summer plans have changed drastically this year. I’m hoping that in lieu of actually going on the vacations we had planned, I’ll be able to escape into a few good destination books. 😉

Driftwood Dreams
by T.I. Lowe

Driftwood Dreams

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My First Line:

Standing in the midst of the ebb and flow of her daily chaos always gave Josie Slater the same feeling as standing in the surf – it was ever-changing, yet she felt trapped in the same spot with her feet slowly sinking in the sand. 

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What is your first line?
Open the book nearest you and post the first line in the comments below…

Then join the fun in the Linky below, as well as to visit more FLF participants.

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