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A Lady Unrivaled: First Line Friday #13

Carrie @ Reading is My Superpower
Rachel @ Bookworm Mama
Sydney @ Singing Librarian Books
Andi @ Radiant Light

First Line Fridays

Give a big First Line Fridays welcome to our newest addition, Andi at Radiant Light!!! So glad to have you and your readers joining in the bookish fun, Andi!

My weekend is seriously booked, thanks to the lovely Ladies of the Manor series by Roseanna M. White! As you’ll see in the sidebar (or as you scroll down on your mobile device), the Faithfully Bookish blog stop for A Lady Unrivaled is Monday! Remember to drop by for my review of the series and a giveaway opportunity!

A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna M. White

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A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna M. White

The Cotswolds, Ralin Castle
March 1913

Lady Ella Myerston knew more than everyone thought she did – and more than they thought she should.

Oh, I like that first line! What do you say?

So, open the book nearest to you and post the first line in a comment below!

Then go see what these First Line Ladies are up to:
Reading is My Superpower | Bookworm Mama
Singing Librarian Books | Radiant Light

If you’d like to share the First Line Friday fun on your blog, let Carrie know!

21 thoughts on “A Lady Unrivaled: First Line Friday #13”

  1. OOOO, I need to catch up on that series, I read book #1

    My first line: Deirdre O Leary strode down the wide corridor on the second floor of Manhattan’s Bellevue Hospital, her stomach quivering with each step.

    From Love’s Fatihful Promise – Susan Anne Mason (Courage to Dream Book 3)


  2. This series in on my MUST own list!

    This book stems from an extraordinary dream I had in early 1995. The Final Quest by Rick Joyner



  3. My son picked my book this week…It is Charles Dickens Four Complete Novels…So I will share a first line from each one on each site. Yay…”My father’s name being Pirrip, and my Christian name Phillip, my infant tongue could make of both names nothing longer or more explicit than Pip.” Great Expectations


  4. Yay! So fun! I have this one sitting on my shelf waiting to be read too (for a post next week…). LOL.

    My first line:

    Summer 1996
    Heart’s Bend, Tennesee

    The scent of rain laced teh afternoon breeze as it shoved through summer-green trees, ramming ominous black clouds together like a craggy mountain ridge.
    ~The Wedding Shop by Rachel Hauck


  5. what a fantastic first line! I love this series! My first line at the moment is from Mattie’s Pledge by Jan Drexler – “Mattie.” Yep. LOL. that’s the first line 😉


  6. There were few better pleasures in life, thought Jane Darling, than to sit on the screened side porch on a Saturday morning in June, in the white wicker chair, with her coffee and oatmeal and listen to the day wake up around here. (whew–long first sentence–almost the whole first paragraph too!)
    They Danced On by Carre Armstrong Gardner


  7. Thanks for the welcome, Beth Erin, I am thrilled to be apart of First Line Fridays. My first line comes from Rachel Hauck’s new book A Royal Christmas Wedding that releases on October 18th.
    If she closed her eyes, she could pretend nothing had changed at the Rib Shack since Daddy died.


  8. The body was lying on the swing on the back deck, the wooden seat swaying slowly back and forth. (I just won this on Goodreads, and it arrived yesterday lol. It’s a cozy mystery called Paws and Effect by Sofie Kelly.)


  9. The book nearest me just came in my mail. Where She Belongs by Johnnie Alexander. “In an upstairs room as neglected as all the others, AJ Sullivan flicked the grime from a broad fireplace mantel, then rubbed his fingers on his jeans. Mahogany.”


  10. I just got Close to You in the Mail! The Pathetic state of Allision Shire’s existence was perfectly summed up by the size-twelve prosthetic fee mocking her from the floor of the Mercedes minibus.


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