First Line Fridays: July 19th #TheGirlfriend @panmacmillan

As always First Line Friday comes courtesy of Hoarding Books Blog. I discovered this magic thanks to Crystal at Must Love Reviews. This week I am featuring The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances. Look for my review this coming Tuesday!


I love my son. That was all that counted. It didn’t matter that she was about to do something heinous.

What book are you reading this week? Drop me a link to your First Reads Friday blog post and I’ll swing by! Happy Friday!

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14 thoughts on “First Line Fridays: July 19th #TheGirlfriend @panmacmillan”

  1. Happy Friday!

    On my blog I’m sharing the first line from Underestimating Miss Cecelia by Carolyn Miller:

    Today, I’m currently reading The Spice King by Elizabeth Camden. It’s an excellent story that I highly recommend! I’m just starting chapter 34, so I’ll share from there.

    “Gray rarely took the time to read The Washington Post first thing in the morning.”

    Hope you have an excellent weekend!!! 😀❤📚

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  2. Great first line … and an intriguing cover. I’m seeing more of these kinds of covers lately, and I like them.

    I’m sharing the first line from Underestimating Miss Cecilia by Carolyn Miller on my blog today – it seems to be a popular choice!

    I’m currently reading Fatal Strike by DiAnn Mills. Here’s the first line:

    Special Agent Leah Riesel scanned the headlines on her phone.

    That’s a little underwhelming, but the first chapter includes a shoot-out in a hostage situation, so it ramps up the action quickly.

    Happy reading!


  3. The word heinous is what makes this a particularly intriguing first line.

    Since I’m sharing from chapter 1 of Yours Truly, Thomas by Rachel Fordham on my blog today, here is the first line from the prologue:

    “After letting an involuntary squeal escape, Penny pulled the yellowed papers closer and pressed her lips to them.”

    Happy Friday and happy reading!


  4. An intriguing opening! I’m sharing on my blog the first line from At First Spark by Liwen Y. Ho.

    Darren Spark never imagined that one person could make him feel so happy and sad all at the same time.


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