First Line Friday – Heired Lines by Magan Vernon

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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“The usual suspects were already in full swing, haggling for people’s discarded treasures at the Carolina Days flea market.” 

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Heired Lines by Magan Vernon

 

Synopsis:

Sometimes, you’ve got to take a job with the devil to pay the bills…

Too bad I learned too late the devil wears Armani, is the most uptight man in the history of history, and I just signed an unbreakable contract shackling me to his pompous royal side for the summer.

But God, he’s got this British accent that makes my panties melt.

Until the words he says catch up with my brain and make me want to throw one of his precious vases at his head.

One minute we’re fighting—and the next—we can’t keep our hands off each other. Because somehow, when Mr. Blue Eyes is kissing me, he makes me forget how much he annoys me.

And that starts a whole new level of complications I. Don’t. Need.

Cuz if you dance with the devil, someone’s gonna end up getting burned…

 

Expected Release Date of May 11, 2020

Amazon – https://amzn.to/2WcIBIO

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

4 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Heired Lines by Magan Vernon

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  1. Happy Friday!
    This week on my blog I shared the first line from This Wandering Heart by Janine Rosche but I’m currently reading Of Literature and Lattes by Katherine Reay so I’ll share the first line from my current chapter (17) here: “Alyssa was sitting at her dad’s old desk sorting through her notes on Jeremy’s data when her mom walked through the back door and into the kitchen.” Hope you have a great reading weekend!

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  2. My first line is from Storing Up Trouble by Jen Turano:
    September 1886
    The truth of the matter was this—she, Miss Beatrix Waterbury, had been banished from New York, and all because she’d had the great misfortune of landing herself in jail…twice.

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