First Line Friday | Tidewater Bride

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Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at Tidewater Bride by Laura Frantz.

James Towne, Virginia Colony
Spring 1634

Alas, she was not a tobacco bride, but she had been given charge of them.

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13 thoughts on “First Line Friday | Tidewater Bride

  1. Happy Friday. ?
    “Sylvie hadn’t always leapt to the worst possible conclusion. But being a parent seemed to enlarge her imagination as much as it did her heart.”
    Shadows of the White City, Jocelyn Green

  2. Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Art of Rivers” by Janet W. Ferguson:

    “Love, like art, took on different forms with each creator.”

  3. Loved Tidewater Bride!

    My first line is from:
    A Cowboy for Keeps by Jody Hedlund
    Colorado Territory August 1862
    “Stop or we’ll shoot! “ A dozen feet up Kenosha pass, three robbers with flour sacks over their heads blocked the way, their revolvers outstretched.
    I finished it on January 8.

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