First Line Friday is hosted once again by Carrie at Reading is My Superpower. You can visit HERE to go directly to the FLF page of her blog.
"For a killer, William Tapp looked pretty stupid right now."
Have a line to share? Leave a link and let me know!
A good one (I think!) from me this week....ReplyDelete
"Her name was Autumn, and like the season that had invested her with both name and temperament, her appearance heralded the onset of a fall."
Ghosts of Karnak by George Mann
Oooooh, I like it!!Delete
My first line comes from Hearts of Steel by Elizabeth Camden:ReplyDelete
New York City, 1890 Lower East Side of Manhattan
Maggie Molinaro was five blocks from the safety of her uncle’s garage when she noticed the gang of boys following her.
Thanks for sharing your line!Delete
Huh, interesting first line. I hope you enjoy it! Have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Such a great line, but the book ended up not being so enthralling. I DNF-ed it.Delete
Interesting first line.ReplyDelete
Unfortunately I lost interest in the rest of the book, but I loved the line! I may go back to it at a later time.Delete
love your first line! does it imply humor or a murder mystery, a young inexperienced killer? All sorts of possibilities!ReplyDelete
Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys
Yes! I ended up putting it away for now. Not a permanent DNF, but I just wasn't hooked on the rest of the story.Delete
I'm currently reading The Billionaire's Nanny by Elizabeth Maddrey. It's a good story.
"'You're back!' Megan darted out from behind the cash register as soon as I stepped through the bookstore door, and pulled me into a tight hug."
I hope you have a good weekend. 😀
Thank you, thanks for coming by!Delete
I'm currently reading The Weight of Air by Kimberly Duffy. The first line is: "You are sure you don't want me to go with you to the station?" Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your line!Delete