Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about the topic BELIEVE #RSsos #RomSuspense


The Sisterhood of Suspense​ is back with an all-new Sneak Off and Read, featuring lines with the word-BELIEVE.
Stop by and share your favorite lines with us; we’d love to hear from you!

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about  the topic BELIEVE

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I found it hard to believe that she would want to live in her grandmother’s traditional Italian home after being on her own for four years.

Joanne Guidoccio


He’d once believed he couldn’t live without her. Until he’d forced himself to.

Jeanne Hall
Old Friends New Lovers (work in progress)


Oh, she wasn’t naïve enough to believe neither of her children, as high school seniors, had taken a drink away from home, but she had an agreement with them never to get in a vehicle with a person who’d been drinking, or to ever to drive

Marsha West


“He’s the most annoying person I’ve ever met. He bosses me around. He believes Ben is not the guy for me.” I mastered another step.

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JACQUIE BIGGAR  is a USA Today bestselling author of Romance who writes about smart, sassy females and tough, alpha males who learn the true power is love. Free reads, excerpts, author news, and contests can be found on her web site: http://jacqbiggar.com You can follow her on at http://Facebook.com/jacqbiggar, http://Twitter.com/jacqbiggar or email her via her web site. Jacquie lives on Vancouver Island with her husband and loves to hear from readers all over the world!

2 thoughts on “Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about the topic BELIEVE #RSsos #RomSuspense

  1. Loved your believe line, Jacquie. Akkk! That denying it the whole time… sadly I was married to one of those.
    Okay, here’s my “believe” line. It’s from “The Glowing Pigs – Snort Stories of Atonement, Tennessee.”
    “Robin picked himself up and continued looking for the pig. He’d been chasing it all afternoon. He couldn’t believe a stupid pig kept getting the better of him. Maybe that’s why he had thought of the bullies he’d grown up with back in Asheville. The pig was dragging his self-image through the mud. Literally.”

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