We’re joining First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books. Grab the book nearest to you and share the first line!
Today we are featuring Lessons in Love, Book 1 in the Newland Road series by Linda Leigh Hargove.
And the first line is . . .
My mama didn’t raise no fool.
That’s what Paula Raye Lawrence told herself when she saw the shiny orange sports car in her driveway up ahead.
About the Book
Smart country girl Paula Raye Lawrence can learn some important lessons about love if she’s hip enough to see them.
When Dr. Ed Anderson, a handsome young history professor moves in across the street, Paula Raye gets suspicious. What would possess a man with such fine threads and a BAD sports car to come little ole Cherry, North Carolina? She figures Ed for another skirt-chasing nobody like her late father. Man, was she ever wrong.
Turns out Dr. Anderson has as many skeletons in his closet as she does. She can’t avoid him though, as much as she tries. He holds the way of her escape to a better life in the big city… and the keys to her heart.
About the Author
I write fiction under the pen name of Linda Leigh Hargrove. I’m a native North Carolinian and I currently live near Charlotte, NC. I have strong opinions about biblical racial reconciliation, growing your family by adoption, and writing fiction. And oh yeah, I’m an engineer. Find out more about my books at http://www.thefaithtowrite.com/books/.
Post by contributor Toni Shiloh