In this month’s look at some of the best opening lines from titles by BookLife authors, we’ve got a beautiful she-devil, a loser’s lament, and a trial run in Hades. To submit a first line, email us.

Chicago Movie Girls by D.C. Reep and E.A. Allen

“She had to steal a wallet today. Pa had left her no choice.”

Dream Frequency by S.L. Lomas

“Everything can change in one summer.”

Paper Airplane by Kevin N. Fair

“It sucks being a loser.”

Life on the Line by Frank McNair

“August in the South is a trial run in hell.”

Devils by Erik Henry Vick

“I’ve seen the devil, and she was beautiful.”

Lana the Water Carrier by Morgan Young

“Lana McNair’s parents must be dead.”

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