~First Line Friday~ Hostile Territory by Marie James

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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“So this is what broken promises look like.”

Hostile Territory by Marie James

Synopsis:

Can you call someone an enemy if you haven’t seen them for the better part of a decade?

Deacon Black is perfectly content with the status quo—work, sleep, repeat.
Who cares if he’s rigid, structured, and set in his ways?
It’s a job requirement that keeps his men safe and his company’s doors open.
One phone call is all it takes to upend his life and land him right back into a past he has tried to forget.
Revisiting old ghosts is the last thing he needs.
Especially when the forced trip down memory lane includes the only woman he never wanted to see again.

Annalise Grimaldi hit the jackpot with her life—from her trust fund to her best friend, she has it all.
But her world comes crashing to a halt when her best friend vanishes— leaving behind an apartment in tatters and more questions than answers.
There’s only one person she can think of that can help in a situation like this.
She hates to make the call, but there isn’t a thing she wouldn’t do to make sure her friend is found.
Even setting aside her hatred for Deacon Black.

 

 

Anticipated Release Date of June 25th!

Amazon – https://amzn.to/37IqZst

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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.

3 thoughts on “~First Line Friday~ Hostile Territory by Marie James

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  1. My first line is from A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden which I finished this week.
    June 30, 1900
    There was no such thing as a typical day at the White House, but Caroline Delacroix’s morning took a particularly difficult turn the moment she walked into her crowded office,

    Happy Reading!

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