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The Baron’s Daughter: First Line Friday

Happy Friday, reader friends! It’s Christian Fiction Readers Retreat weekend!!! I’ll be a busy little reader but y’all have fun here while I’m gone! I made sure to update the bookish bargains earlier this week and leave you with an exclusive giveaway (see yesterday’s post)! Check out the first line of this Regency romance, The Baron’s Daughter by Laura Beers below, hop over to our current giveaways, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!



The Baron’s Daughter by Laura Beers

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The coach slowed to a creaking stop outside an unobtrusive, two-level, white building, near the outskirts of the fashionable part of London.


 I’m not usually able to share every book that’s presented to me but this cover has been on my mind since the author contacted me! I’m just so disappointed that I can’t fit it into my review schedule right now… especially since one of my trusted book friends assured me that I would enjoy this author’s work!

So many books, so little time, reader friends. If you’re familiar with the author or considering trying this book (or series), please let me know!


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6 thoughts on “The Baron’s Daughter: First Line Friday”

  1. Happy Friday!

    On my blog I am sharing the first couple of lines from Delicate Balance by Brooke St. James: It’s a really sweet book I highly recommend. Currently, I am reading A Silken Thread by Kim Vogel Sawyer, so I will share the first line from chapter 7.

    “‘Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.’ Willie gave a little jolt. The preacher read on, but the second verse of Galatians 6 seemed to bounce off the wood-planked walls and echo in Willie’s mind.”

    Hope you have a great weekend. Happy reading!


  2. Happy Friday! I’m sharing from Up from the Sea by Amanda Dykes on my blog today. This is the first line from my current Regency read, In the Shadow of Croft Towers by Abigail Wilson:

    “I often wonder what my life would have been like if I had never learned the truth.”

    Have fun at CFRR!


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