First Line Friday - For the Love of Liberty by Julie Lessman

Friday, December 8, 2017










                                                         About the book:

A Match Made in Heaven?
Or Someplace a Whole Lot Warmer?

She’s stubborn, educated, and looking
to give women the vote.
He’s bullheaded, successful, and looking
to give her a piece of his mind.
But when things heat up, they just may give each other
a piece of their hearts.









First Line:

Prologue

Virginia City, 1860

"Abominable."
Miss Willoughby's voice rang clear and concise from the back of the schoolroom, spelling primer in hand as she offered fourteen-year-old Liberty "Libby" O'Shea an encouraging smile. "Since everyone has been eliminated from the spelling bee except you and Mr. McShane, Miss O'Shea, we'll need both the definition and usage of the word in a sentence in addition to the spelling all right?


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a) I love your FLF graphic!

b) that's my current first line too :) lol

a) Thanks!

b) you started Julie’s new one? Yay!!

Gorgeous FLF meme!

The first line of the book I'm currently reading is: "Who am I?" From His Forgotten Fiancee by Evelyn M. Hill

Have a great weekend!

This looks like a great book! Happy Saturday Andi!

I am sharing the first line from the YA Christian Dystopian novel All Things Now Living by Rondi Bauer Olson on my blog. Here I will post the first two lines from the novel I am starting next, Count Me In by Mikal Dawn:

"The little hairs on the back of Allegra Spencer's neck stood at attention. He was behind her."

 
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