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Bone Deep by Brooklyn Skye
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What happens when your life changes in the flash of an eye, the drop of a hat or the smashing of metal? Does this change you? Can you put yourself back together; keep going everyday?

These are the questions that are asked and answered by Krister and Cambria. They do not know that the events of one day will change their lives forever.

Krister has just been trying to get back to a normal life. No more stares, no more people feeling sorry for the kid, no more look who it is. He just wants a normal life where he is just Krister not the son of the man that killed 8 people on a train one afternoon because he was texting. Krister continues to live his life but at what cost? He is so caught up in trying to not be like his father that he is losing his best friend and girlfriend. Then there she is; sitting on a bench at the train station. She has this pull about her. Krister tries to stay away but can not.

Cambria is dealing with the loss of her mom and an overbearing big brother; who is not handling their mom’s death well. She knows she has to keep living; it is what she would have wanted her to do. She is in college and doing well but she still needs more to make her life better. She can not help but go to the one place that makes her feel close to her mother, the train station. Cambria feels like it is all her fault. If only she was not acting like a child. Her mom would still be here. Then this stranger reaches out and sparks life back into her. She feels it is a sign from her mom that things are going to be ok.

Krister and Cambria continue a journey of self discovery. But when secrets are revealed, can Krister come clean about them? Will Cambria be able to live with those secrets? Can their hearts break any more from losing someone they love?
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October 1, 2014 – Shelved
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