So, I liked the idea of putting up the first (hooker) and last (hanger) lines of your work to see if they're memorable or can pull a reader into the work. I wanted to try it on my current W.I.P., a tribute sequel titled Ruby. It looks like it will only hit novella length, but that's okay.
Chapter 1 Hooker: We are Ina. I had heard those words so many times as I grew up that I didn’t know we were considered different until Momma told us her past.
Chapter 3 Hanger: Later that evening, the Vetrovs' jet crashed.
Chapter 4 Hanger: "Shower before your parents smell him on you."
Chapter 5 Hooker: Just as he said, they left soon after sunset.
Chapter 5 Hanger: “I didn’t want you to live in this kind of world…We’ll have justice. I swear it.”
Chapter 6 Hooker: “And just how do you presume to discover who the culprits are this time?” Joan Braithwaite asked Momma.
Chapter 6 Hanger: “Joel filled us in,” Poppa said. “We’re going to call a Council of the Goddess.”
Chapter 8 Hooker: We received clearance to travel up to New Brunswick on the fifth day of my restriction.
I'm currently working on Chapter 8, so that's all of the eventful ones, I think. :)