First Line Friday – Devils & Rye by Alta Hensley

Happy Friday!

And welcome to First Line Fridays, hosted by Hoarding Books!

Since it’s Friday, it’s time to grab the book you are currently reading and leave a comment with the first line.

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“Written words have the power to punch you in the gut and knock the air right out of you if they are delivered correctly.  

And as I sat in my favorite black leather chair on the second story of Spiked Roses, I felt as if I had been beaten repeatedly until all signs of life had left my body.  Holding the letter in my hand, as I sipped an aged rye, I struggled to regain my composure.”

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Devils & Rye by Alta Hensley

Synopsis:

Forbidden fruit tastes the sweetest.

It had been years since I had seen her.

Years since I last saw those eyes with pure, raw innocence.

So much time had passed since I lusted after what I knew I should resist.

But she was so right.

And I was so wrong.

To claim her as mine was breaking the rules. Boundaries should not be broken. But temptation weakens my resolve.

With the pull of my dark desires…

I know that I can’t hide from my sinful thoughts–and actions–forever.

*Devils & Rye is a dark billionaire romance. If you don’t like a splash of shock, a dash of taboo, and a heavy dose of sex, then don’t take a sip of this TOP SHELF cocktail.

Amazon – http://amzn.to/2DOwCVd

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Please leave me a comment with your first line, then head over to Hoarding Books to share in the fun with other bloggers.

5 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Devils & Rye by Alta Hensley

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  1. Wohoooo a dark and sexy read today!
    Happy Friday!
    My first lines are “Poppy!” Jamie came rushing out of the office and into the ktichen. The grin on his face made my heart flutter, just like it always did, which meant I’d been a mess of flutters since the day I met him five years ago.
    It’s from The Birthday List by Devney Perry

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