Well, Doc Jen and I may remember them better, but there were a couple professors who loved first lines of novels and always made me aware of them. Thought I'd share a couple of good ones of late.
The most magical thing happened on the morning of my grandmother's wedding in Tuscany. (Brava, Valentine)
Momma left her red satin shoes in the middle of the road. (Saving Ceecee Honeycutt)
"I'm Mary Magdalene" (Final Exam)
There comes a time in every girl's life when she realizes her father isn't perfect. (Truly, Madly)
They say that just before you die your whole life flashes before your eyes, but that's not how is happened for me. (Before I Fall)
There were also those professors who really liked the last sentences of novels, but that's for another day.