First Line Friday — Life Flight

10 Dec

Happy Friday! I was so excited to win an ARC of Life Flight from LibraryThing’s Early Reviewer Program. Excited not only because Lynette Eason is one of my go-to authors for romantic suspense, but also because my book club is reading the first book in the Extreme Measures series in 2022. It’s a win-win-win situation!

Here’s the first line:

Today was not going to be the day they died — not if she had anything to say about it.

EMS helicopter pilot Penny Carlton is used to high stress situations, but being forced to land on a mountain in a raging storm with a critical patient–and a serial killer on the loose–tests her skills and her nerve to the limit. She survives with FBI Special Agent Holt Satterfield’s help. But she’s not out of the woods yet.

In the ensuing days, Penny finds herself under attack. And when news reaches Holt that he may not have gotten his man after all, it will take all he and Penny have to catch a killer–before he catches one of them.

Bestselling and award-winning author Lynette Eason is back with another high-octane tale of close calls, narrow escapes, and the fight to bring a nefarious criminal to justice.

Award-winning, best-selling author, Lynette Eason writes for Harlequin’s Love Inspired Suspense line and for Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. Her books have hit the Publisher’s Weekly, CBA and ECPA bestseller lists and have won numerous awards such as the prestigious Carol Award, the Selah, the Daphne, the IRCC award and more. Lynette is married, has two children, and lives in Greenville, SC.

3 Responses to “First Line Friday — Life Flight”

  1. Cindy Davis December 10, 2021 at 8:24 am #

    I am looking forward to reading this one in January!! Have a great weekend.

  2. Danielle Grandinetti December 10, 2021 at 6:49 pm #

    I love the cover of this one! I’m reading Silver Lining by Pam Hillman tonight: “August 1880, Silver Lining, Kansas Maggie O’Toole’s heart sank as the ragtag band of covered wagons rolled into Silver Lining, Kansas. Or what was left of it.”

    I posted the first line from Heidi Chiavaroli’s Where Memories Await:

  3. Paula Shreckhise December 11, 2021 at 3:54 pm #

    I’ll be reading LifeFlight very soon!
    My first line comes from Elinor by Shannon McNear:
    “In the beginning was the sea.” She murmured.

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