BLOG TOUR AND PLAYLIST!!! BONE DEEP...BY BROOKLYN SKYE
Bone Deep Synopsis:
The boy who wants forgiveness…
Haunted by the train accident his father instigated, college freshman Krister Ledoux is obsessed with finding the person sending him cryptic hate mail. He knows it’s one of them—a family member of one of the accident victims, and he’s willing to go to hell and back to find out which one.
The girl he can’t forget…
She was a stranger who kissed him in the middle of the train station, and now she’s the girl who pleads with her eyes for Krister to be the distraction she’s so desperate for. Krister doesn’t know what it is about her, why he’s sucked into playing Cambria’s game… All he knows is that when he’s with her, he isn’t consumed with thoughts of the crash.
The collision that can’t be avoided…
Cambria doesn’t know who Krister is—that he’s the son of the town’s most infamous killer, and he knows if his true identity surfaces he’ll lose her forever. However secrets can’t stay buried forever, and now Krister must fight to prove that their bone-deep connection is far more powerful than the hatred she now has toward him.
Brooklyn Skye Bio:
Brooklyn Skye grew up in a small town where she quickly realized writing was an escape from small town life. Really, she’s just your average awkward girl who’s obsessed with words. She writes young adult and new adult fiction. You can follow her on Twitter as @brooklyn__skye or visit her web site for updates, teasers, giveaways, and more.www.brooklyn-skye.com She is the author of FRAGILE LINE, STRIPPED, Without You, and STRIPPED Without You
From the author: I was really excited to make up a playlist for this book. Sometimes I am just struck with inspiration and I certainly got that for BONE DEEP. Each song is there for a different reason; either it reminded me of a certain character, a scene in the book, or the story in general.
Let Her Go—Jasmine Thompson
Black Flies—Ben Howard
Wrecking Ball—Miley Cyrus
I’m Not Yours—Angus and Julie Stone
Dead but Breathing—Leslie Roy
The Three of Us—Ben Harper
I Can Feel Your Pain—Manchester Orchestra
Fake Plastic Trees—Radiohead
Second Chances—Paper Route
Maybe Not—Cat Power
9 Crimes—Damien Rice