Teaser/Tune In Tuesday (#2 & #1)

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I just finished these two books yesterday.  They were surprisingly really good!  I was listening to my iPod on shuffle and came across two songs that really reminded me of these books.



Tune In Tuesday is weekly event, hosted by Ginger at GReads!.  Each week we combine our love for music and books.  During the month of March Ginger has asked that we post songs that remind us of a book or whatever book we are currently reading. 




I think this song shows the love/hate relationship that Caleb & Maggie have.  Through all their lies and avoidance of each other they still have passion and love somehow.  And I think it's funny that Caleb lived in Chicago and one point.  


I think this song is more for Maggie in the second book.  She's too careful with life after the accident leaves her crippled.  She's hiding from everyone and anything that can hurt her.  She's avoiding and denying her feelings.  But slowly she gets more strength and courage and goes after what she wants.  Instead of hiding her pain and pretending she's okay she starts learning to forgive and love with Caleb's help and starts living again.




Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Where we grab our current read and share a quote from it. 







Pg. 93 Return to Paradise by: Simone Elkeles
He leans away from me to sit up again and sighs.  "Oh, no, here it comes.  Your introspective, emotional, and philosophical self is coming out."

"Why shouldn't I be introspective? We don't make sense."

"Neither does chocolate and peanut butter, but somehow it works,' he says. "Somehow the mixture of those two things is genius."

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