(First Chapter, First Paragraph is hosted by Bibliophile By the Sea. Every Tuesday we share the first paragraph or two of a book we’re reading or thinking about reading soon. Care to join us?)
My mother-in-law gets me, which is why for Christmas I received a copy of Ellery Adams’ Pies and Prejudice (get it?).
Ella Mae LeFaye Kitteridge slammed a ball of dough onto the countertop, sending a snowstorm of flour into the air. With angry fingers, she worked pinches of flour into the moist dough and then flattened it with her palm, her hazel eyes flashing a dangerous crocodile green.
I have no idea where this is going — and I’m thinking it’s going to be lighter fare than I typically read — but I bet it’s going to be lots of fun!
Would you keep reading?
4 thoughts on “First Chapter, First Paragraph: Pies and Prejudice”
Aw ww… I get you. 😀
I definitely would keep reading!
I figured you’d keep reading, Susan — I know you too! Thanks again for the book. 🙂
LOL what a fun intro and book title; enjoy and thanks for joining us this week.
Thanks, Diane, I’m hoping the rest of the book is as fun. 🙂