First Line Friday — Never Miss

30 Apr

Happy Friday! After all the months of wedding prep, I am finally getting back my reading rhythm! It’s a struggle, but I have so many great books to finally dig into. One of those is by new-to-me author Melissa Koslin. I received Never Miss a few days ago — it looks so, so good! Here’s the first line(s):

“Sarah Jeane Rogers,” she muttered. “Elizabeth Jeane Jones.” Which ID to use this time?

Former CIA sniper Kadance Tolle possesses a special set of skills and a rare pedigree. She comes from a family of assassins, and by saving Lyndon Vaile’s life she risks being found by them. Despite the danger, Kadance feels compelled to help Lyndon discover who is after him — and his research that seems to prove that the Ebola virus was manmade and is about to be weaponized.

With shadowy figures pursuing them and a Mastermind watching their every move, Kadance and Lyndon must scramble to stop an impending bioattack at the State of the Union address. But their warnings fall on deaf ears, and it becomes increasingly clear that there’s no one they can trust — except perhaps each other.

Strap in for a breakneck story that will have you up all night, hurtling toward the last page as the clock ticks and time runs out.

Melissa Koslin is a fourth-degree black belt in and certified instructor of Songahm Taekwondo. In her day job as a commercial property manager, she secretly notes personal quirks and funny situations, ready to tweak them into colorful additions for her books. She and Corey, her husband of twenty years, live in Florida, where they do their best not to melt in the sun.

For more First Line Friday fun, head over to Hoarding Books!

2 Responses to “First Line Friday — Never Miss”

  1. Becky April 30, 2021 at 4:29 pm #

    Happy Friday! My first line is from “Pinky Promise” by Valerie Comer:

    “Hi, Mommy!” Elena ran across the schoolyard, her long curls streaming behind her. “I met my twin sister today.”

  2. Paula Shreckhise May 2, 2021 at 9:42 am #

    My first line is from Seeking Sanctuary by Susanne Dietze:
    For the first time since she learned to read as a seven-year-old, Paige Faraday entered a bookstore with no intention of buying anything.

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