First Line Friday (#2) – The Doctor’s Lady



Happy Friday! Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books! This week I’m highlighting a book from the Hearts of Faith series.


This week’s book selection is: The Doctor’s Lady by Jody Hedlund.




February 1836

Angelica, New York

“Indians!” The sharp call from the back of the sanctuary jolted Priscilla White.  She sucked in a breath and twisted in the pew.

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About The Doctor’s Lady

Pricilla White KNEW God wanted her to be a missionary, NOT A WIFE.

Then, the missionary board declares the ONLY WAY she can serve is to be MARRIED.

Now, married IN NAME ONLY, her epic journey west will test her spirit . . . and the new LONGINGS of her heart.


What are you reading? Share your first line in the comments below. Don’t forget to visit Hoarding Books to see what other book bloggers are sharing.

1 Comment

  1. My first line is from The Gray Chamber by Grace Hitchcock:
    New York City, Fall 1887
    Edyth Foster’s limbs burned as she pedaled down Fifth Avenue, her white skirts whipping in the wind while she wove around pedestrians and carriages, ignoring their shouts of protest.


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