Welcome to First Line Friday’s hosted by Hoarding Books. A special Thanksgiving edition of First Line Friday’s.

Today I’m happy to feature “The Outlaw’s Second Chance” by Angie Dicken. For those not familiar with this story you can see my review by clicking here.  This fun book features a Land Run, a scene taken right from the very pages of history! What’s that you say? You’ve never heard of The Land Run? Then you really need to read this wonderful book!



The Cherokee Strip
September 15, 1893

          Aubrey Huxley rushed over when her father shoved his boney finger against the customer’s shoulder.


Why is Aubrey’s father accosting a customer?
What will happen next?


Now it’s your turn!

Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. To see what First Lines others are sharing this week head over to Hoarding Books.

First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books

6 thoughts on “First Line Fridays – The Outlaw’s Second Chance

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from A Match of Wits by Jen Turano:

    “Sometimes, no matter how independent and self-assured a young lady believes herself to be, certain situations demand a good dose of screaming.”

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  2. Hmm, that’s an intriguing first line!!!!
    I’m sharing a #foodie first line on my blog, but I’ll share the first line of the next book I’ll be reading here: “An explosion brought Cole Boden to his feet.” – Too Far Down by Mary Connealy.


  3. My first line is from Sweetbriar Cottage by Denise Hunter which I will be reading shortly!

    There was nothing like a letter from the IRS to stop a man in his tracks,

    Have a great weekend!


  4. Ooh, I wonder what that’s about!

    Hope you had a happy Thanksgiving!

    I’m sharing about One Enchanted Noel by Melissa Tagg over at my blog today, but I’m going to share the first line from the book I’m currently reading, The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay.

    “How can I help?”

    Happy Weekend!


  5. I’ve never heard of the Land Run, and I always enjoy learning new things about history. Thanks for sharing!

    I’m sharing the first line from The Carpenter’s Daughter by Jennifer Rodewald on my blog, which was brilliant. I’m currently reading Holding the Fort by Regina Jennings. Here’s the first line:

    “The fumes of the gaslights at the foot of the state protected Louisa Bell from the more noxious odors of her audience.”

    I’m enjoying it so far!


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