The Covered Deep: First Line Friday #15

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

First Line Fridays

Happy Friday, y’all!!! I picked this beauty up at the library since I still find myself reminiscing about Within the Veil.

The Covered Deep by Brandy Vallance

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The Covered Deep by Brandy Vallance

Southern Ohio, 1877

The book slipped from Bianca’s hands, the pages fainting on her bedroom desk. Words. Reminding her of all the ways she’d never fit in.

Okay, okay, I have a hard time stopping at one line! I won’t hold you to just one either, share away!

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

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11 thoughts on “The Covered Deep: First Line Friday #15

  1. I just love the cover on this one! IT is on my TBR list. 🙂

    My first line…

    November 1846
    Southern Oregon Trail

    It was a land of timber, challenge, and trepidation, forcing struggles beyond any she had known, and she’d known many in her sixty-six years.

    1. Ah, yes! That one is sitting near the top of my tbr! Golly, I can’t imagine setting out on the Oregon trail at 66!!! Wow!

  2. “A soldier lay on top of him, but William was too weak to push him off.” From The Saratoga Letters by Elaine Marie Cooper

  3. Hey Beth! I LOVED The Covered Deep!

    SWEAT HOT AND SALTY flowed into Errol’s eyes in the sticky heat of the early fall afternoon. The Hero’s Lot by Patrick Carr


    1. I hope I get to read it before it’s due back to the library!!! I’m under a severe book backlog! 😀
      Have a great weekend, Caryl!

    1. Yes, both of Brandy’s covers are fabulous! I can’t wait to dive in! I’ll be watching for your review of that one, Andi!

  4. Better late than never right? He he! My weekend took some unexpected (but good) turns. “There is a distinct difference between a heroine with a promised happy ending and a prodigal who must design her own.” The Thorn Keeper by Pepper Basham

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