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Shadow of a Girl by Shannon Greenland
Publication Date: September 19, 2016
Publisher: Entangled Teen

Use cash and keep moving.

After I ran away from home, these were the two rules that dictated my life. Scoring a job as a roadie fit perfectly for what I needed. Traveling, cash, and life out of the spotlight. But when my path collides with West, the lead singer of Bus Stop, I can’t seem to stay out of his spotlight—especially since we’ll be touring together for an entire year.

West is determined to break down my walls. He won’t give up. And little by little they come crumbling. But if he knew what lurked behind them, he wouldn’t be so eager to get rid of them.

The more time we spend together, the more the lines of our friendship become blurred. He makes me dream of things I never thought possible. But while our friendship has been evolving into a romance, my secrets have been closing in. And just when I’ve decided to reveal my past to West, I’m confronted by it. The cost of my freedom could ruin the life of the guy I love…

Shannon Greenland is the award winning author of the teen spy series, The Specialists, and the YA romance, The Summer My Life Began. She also writers thrillers under S. E. Green. Shannon grew up in Tennessee where she dreaded all things reading and writing. She didn’t even read her first book for enjoyment until she was twenty-five. After that she was hooked! When she’s not writing, she works as an adjunct math professor and lives on the coast in Florida with her very grouchy dog. Find her online everywhere @segreenauthor.

Q: Play list for this book?

For this question I thought I’d copy/paste a few paragraphs first. It’s a conversation between West and Eve, and it’s totally applicable.

West leans his shoulder against mine and leaves it there,
and I don’t think anything’s ever felt so good. “So what kind
of movies do you like?” he asks.

“Anything funny. Despicable Me was great.”

“A woman after my own heart.” He does an impression
of the minions, “Ba-na-na,” pointing his finger at me and
widening his eyes, and we both crack up. “How about
music?” he asks next, still laughing.

“I’m old school. I love Fleetwood Mac and Eagles and
England Dan.” I get excited just thinking about all the
records Bluma’s mother has that she let us listen to. I love
those records. “Simon and Garfunkel and The Beatles. The
Who. I could go on.”

He nudges his shoulder to mine again. “Me, too!
Cartoons, funny movies, old school rock. Like I said, a
woman after my own heart.”

And so with that, here are some of Eve’s favorite songs:

1)      Gypsy by Fleetwood Mac. It brings out the free spirit in Eve.
2)      Peaceful Easy Feeling by the Eagles makes her feel carefree.
3)      I Am A Rock, by Simon and Garfunkel. It reminds Eve that she’s a survivor.

And the #1 song for West is:

1.      Annie’s Song by John Denver. Because of Eve. All things Eve…

Q: What band would you say Bus Stop is most like genre wise?

Bus Stop has this pop rock/country rock/alternative sound that is so unique to all of their songs. They are very similar to Train.