First Line Friday | A Strike to the Heart

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Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

A Strike to the Heart by Danielle Grandinetti.

Note: to kick-off Launch Week, I decided to feature my latest release for First Line Friday. My historical romantic suspense will release from Iron Stream Media on April 12. Thank you for celebrating with me!

She’s fiercely independent. He’s determined to protect her.

Wisconsin, 1933–When a routine mission becomes an ambush that kills his team, Craft Agency sniper Miles Wright determines to find the persons responsible and protect the woman he rescued. But the fierce independence that led Lily Moore to leave her family’s dairy business for the solitary life of a dog trainer and the isolation of her farm don’t make that easy. Neither does his unwanted attraction to her. Meanwhile, escalating incidents confirm that she’s far from safe.

Lily fears letting the surprisingly gentle retired marine into her life almost as much as she fears whoever is threatening her. As Wisconsin farmers edge toward another milk strike, one that will surely turn violent, it becomes clear that the plot against Lily may be part of a much larger conspiracy. When the search for her abductor leads close to home, she must decide whether to trust her family or the man who saved her life.

From Goodreads

First Line

[Graphic Text]: Friday, October 13, 1933, Northern Wisconsin ~ Miles Wright pressed his eye to the A5 telescopic sight attached to his Springfield long-range rifle.

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Now it’s your turn.
Pull out the book beside you and leave a comment with the first line.

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10 thoughts on “First Line Friday | A Strike to the Heart

  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m just starting The Valet’s Secret by Josi S. Kilpack, so I’ll share the first line from there.
    “If Kenneth Bartholomew Winterton had learned anything in his life, it was that there were things a man could live without and there were things that were entirely essential.”
    Hope you have a great weekend! 😀❤📚

  2. My first line is from Shadowed Loyalty by Roseanna White:
    June, 1922. Chicago
    The wind tore down the alley, forcing Sabina Mancari to hold her cloche hat in place with one hand as she stepped around the corner.

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