First Line Friday | To Stand in the Breach

1920s-1930s, Christian Fiction, First Line Friday, Historical Fiction, Novellas, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Writing Spot

Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

To Stand in the Breach by Danielle Grandinetti.
(yes, this is my novella!)

She came to America to escape a workhouse prison, but will the cost of freedom be too high a price to pay?

1933, Wisconsin—Large animal veterinarian Katy Wells takes her patients’ welfare personally, so it’s no surprise when she stands up to angry farmers planning a milk strike or takes in an injured draft horse to save its life.But after a visitor from the past discovers her location and reveals a threat, she must choose between her work and her freedom, and whether to trust a man to keep her safe.

To Stand in the Breach is the prequel novella to A Strike to the Heart, releasing April 2022 from Heritage Beacon Fiction/Iron Stream Media.

From Goodreads

[Graphic Text]: Monday, February 13, 1933 – He found her.

Now it’s your turn. Pull out the book beside you and tell us the first line.

First Line Friday is hosted by Reading is my Super Power.

6 thoughts on “First Line Friday | To Stand in the Breach

  1. Hey! I read that! Super excited to read the new book!

    My first line is from suspense writer C. C,. Warrens: Firefly Diaries:
    Chapter One
    Dry leaves stirred around Noelle’s feet as she climbed the bowed and weathered steps onto the wraparound porch.

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