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Let’s have some First Line Friday FUN!!!
Bleu Streak Summer by T.I. Lowe
“The May afternoon lazily swept by with the Bleu family paying it no mind.”
Ahhhh, doesn’t that cover and first line just put you at ease? I feel the tension and stress unwinding! This is a day for our family to recharge, hubby is whisking us away to enjoy the great outdoors.
Meanwhile, you can hop over to my review of book 2, A Bleu Streak Christmas, then post your first line! I’ll check in this evening to see y’all!
So, open the book nearest to you and post the first line in a comment below!
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9 thoughts on “Bleu Streak Summer: First Line Friday #5”
Cooke County, Texas
Malachi Shaw made the arduous climb back into consciousness with great effort. No Other Will Do by Karen Witemeyer It just arrived in my mailbox a few minutes ago!
Oh boy!!! You are in for a treat!!
This one looks like a fun one! Just went and added it to my Goodreads TBR pile. 🙂
Here is my line for today…
France, August 1917
“Are you the Ashby brothers?”
A Hope Remembered (Of Love and War #3) by Stacy Henrie
That series is on my wishlist!
Bleu Streak series is so much fun with a lot of heart too, I had to have tissues!
“This week I will die, but I’ve never been happier.” from Death Brings Life on the High Seas by Darlene Turner. I’m reading her book on Christian Life in London http://www.clil.ca/index.cfm?sel_cont=news&nws_id=12
I also have Caryl McAdoo’s book Vow Unbroken in front of me: “He took the pinch of cotton Sue offered and rubbed it between his short, pudgy fingers.”
I recently received Vow Unbroken, good series!
This is a book I’m especially excited to start (but I think I say that about all my books, lol)! First line is from “A Heart Most Certain” by Melissa Jaegers, coming August 2nd!!
“Lydia King took a tentative step into Mr. Lowe’s hazy office, feeling like Bob Cratchit approaching Scrooge.”
Oh I so can’t wait to start this! ????:-)
Oh me too, Trixie!!! I just got it yesterday, yay!
“Consider yourself dismissed.” In Good Company by Jen Turano! LOVE this series!!!