First Line Friday | Solid as Steele

First Line Friday, Romantic Suspense, Writing Spot

Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

Solid as Steele by Susan Sleeman.

About the Book

He lost his memory…
Mackenzie Steele has been instrumental in keeping Steele Guardians afloat, working long hours for months. Nearing burnout, her family encourages her to take a vacation, and she reluctantly agrees. She needs solitude and quiet, and a vacation rental home in the Oregon desert is just the ticket. But she’s no sooner unpacked her bags when a man lands on her doorstep. A man who can’t remember his identity or why he’s there. All they know is that the name Owen seems familiar to him.

But will finding it bring a killer to her doorstep.
Mackenzie shouldn’t trust this man, but something about his earnestness draws her to him, and she agrees to help him determine his identity. When her rental home is bombarded with bullets, she knows she’s accepted a task that could turn deadly, and she should walk away. But by this time, her deepening connection with the stranger keeps her firmly rooted at his side, and she can only pray that she won’t regret her potentially life-altering decision.

From Goodreads

The First Line is …

The body lying on the front porch wasn’t included in Mackenzie Steele’s vacation home rental.

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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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11 thoughts on “First Line Friday | Solid as Steele

  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently reading “I’m Not Charlotte Lucas” by Kasey Stockton. It’s super cute!
    “I let myself into Vera’s room, and my heart constricted.”
    I hope you have a good weekend! 😀❤️📚

  2. Always a favorite author, my first line comes from Roseanna White’s latest:
    Yesterday’s Tides
    May 11, 1942 Ocracoke Island, North Carolina
    The first light of sunrise turned the water of Pamlico Sound to gold, the clouds to rose, and the dark to morning, promising Evie Farrow that today would be just like yesterday.

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