First Line Friday: Fourth Day

It’s Friday! Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books. Grab the book nearest to you and share the first line. Today I’m sharing the first line from Fourth Day by Lisa Phillips, book 4 in in her Northwest Counter Terrorism Taskforce series.

And the first line is…

“I need help!” Allyson huffed out a breath, then yelled again. “Medic!”


ABOUT THE BOOK

A dead woman returns.

The trap is set.

Allyson can’t get caught up in feelings. Not when there’s work to do. The night her phone rings, the voice on the other end changes everything. Drawn into the latest Northwest Counter Terrorism Taskforce case, Allyson has to figure out where her loyalties lie.

Sal knows things are changing with the team, but he isn’t sure what’s next for him. As soon as he clears this one last investigation he’ll figure it out. Trouble is, finding Allyson might be the hardest thing he’s ever done.

The Northwest Counter Terrorism Taskforce is on the case.

*a Christian romantic suspense*

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

A British ex-pat who grew up an hour outside of London, Lisa attended Calvary Chapel Bible College where she met her husband. He’s from California, but nobody’s perfect. It wasn’t until her Bible College graduation that she figured out she was a writer (someone told her). Since then she’s discovered a penchant for high-stakes stories of mayhem and disaster where you can find made-for-each-other love that always ends in happily ever after.
Lisa can be found in Idaho wearing either flip-flops or cowgirl boots, depending on the season. She leads worship with her husband at their local church. Together they have two kids and an all black Airedale known as The Dark Lord Elevator.

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Let us know the first line of the book closest to you and then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating!


Post by contributor Allyson Anthony

2 thoughts on “First Line Friday: Fourth Day

  1. Happy Friday! I’m sharing the first line from The Lady and the Highwayman by Sarah M. Eden over on my blog today. I’m enjoying it very much. Here’s a line from the chapter I’m currently on:
    “Elizabeth decided to forebear late-night visitors.”
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend! 🙂❤📚

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  2. I’m sharing the first line of chapter 19 of The Love Note by Joanna Politano:
    If I should happen to fall in love, the outcome of such a plight depends, like any big fall, on who is there to catch me.

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