First Line Fridays – With You Here

Happy Friday, dear friends!

Today I’m posting a line from the final book (which just released this week!) in Sarah Monzon’s Carrington Family series…

With You Here

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FIRST LINE

Holy Roman Empire, 1527

Early morning light shafted through the single window of Christyne von Heidelbraum’s bed chamber, spearing the lingering darkness of the clinging night, yet doing little to battle the chill that refused to welcome the coming day.

I’ve loved this dual timeline series so much and, while I hate to see it end, I can’t wait to read it too!

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First Line Fridays – Special Edition – Where the Fire Falls

Happy Friday my friends!

Today’s special edition is the First Line from an author whose books you haven’t read yet. I am sharing a book by Karen Barnett that I recently won in a giveaway. I am super excited to read this series! I can’t believe I haven’t read any of Karen’s books yet! Eeep! – Rach

Today’s First Line comes from

Where the Fire Falls

by Karen Barnett

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July 2, 1929
Sacramento, California
Olivia Rutherford applied lip rouge the same way she painted–with bold, broad strokes.

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