Saturday, November 15, 2014

His Frozen Heart Playlist

I'm not typically musically inclined, but a friend asked me for a playlist for His Frozen Heart. Toby helped me with this one, but I was so excited when we had completed it, I wanted to share it with all of you!

1. Libby and Candy teepeeing Mr. Brinks’ house. “Girls just wanna have fun” by Cyndi Lauper

2. Libby hustling pool with Candy. “Man Eater” by Hall and Oats – I know this is an old song, but I can’t help it – this is the song I hear in my head when Libby is hustling pool.

3. Candy being attacked at the gas station. “Stronger” by Kanye West “That that don’t kill me can only make me stronger” should be Candy’s motto throughout this whole book.

4. Candy finding Libby at the hospital. “Every time you go” by 3 Doors Down This is such a sad song it captures exactly what Candy is feeling while Libby is in the hospital.

5. Candy seeing Dave for the first time in two years. “Enchanted” by Taylor Swift This song just feels like a it was written for two people who have just discovered it other – I totally love it!

6. Dave chasing Candy back to her house. “I’ll follow you” by Shinedown The part in the lyrics where he says he’d chase her into the eye of the storm – that’s exactly what Dave does by following Candy home.

7. Candy finding out Dave is really on her side. “Heartbeat” by The Fray This song feels like Dave is singing it to Candy.

8. Candy finding Mark in the parking lot of Bank Shot. “Poker Face” by Lady Gaga This was a funny scene where Candy was trying desperately to keep her poker face.

9. Dave showing his tattoo to Candy. “Arms of an Angel” by Sarah McLauchlan. This song is beautiful and echo’s Candy’s heart when Dave shows her his tattoo.

10. Candy being kidnapped. “Renegade” by Styx The whole “wanted” theme with this song goes great with this scene.

11. Candy’s escape from Grey. “What I’ve done” by Linkin Park Okay, the lyrics may not go with this one, but the music totally feels like an escape song!

12. Mark’s assistance. “Jar of Hearts” by Christina Perry This song is perfect for Mark who doesn’t seem he can catch a break.

13. Libby’s recovery. “Bubbly” by Colbie Caillat I soooooo love this song and if I were Candy I would have sung it to Libby when she woke up!

14. Final Scene of the book. “Beautiful Day” by Chris Cagle The perfect song for a happily ever after ending.

Happy Reading (and listening!) Nancy

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