I loved Forever My Girl. If you are a fan of the book like I am, check out the playlist. It helped me get an even better feeling of the book and made me relate even more to the characters.
Music is a huge part of who I am. I always have my iPod or iTunes turned on and I’m constantly looking for new music. One of my best friends is a musician, so he’s always introducing me to new music. He’s also my sounding board when I find someone I like.
I have a playlist for everything with some songs making it on multiple lists. My music taste varies. While I’m not a country fan, I do enjoy some of the artists and will buy their music. I do tend to like Top 40 or this “new” alternative.
Painkillers by Eric Heatherly – This is a song that Liam “writes” to Josie, hoping to explain who he was without her in his life. Unfortunately, at this time, there isn’t a video. However, this song is a huge part of Forever My Girl and such that the first 200 people who purchase the book and email their receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org will receive a free download.
It’s Time by Imagine Dragons – The title alone tells the story. It’s time for Liam to return home and face the consequences of his actions.
One and Only by Adele – This is very Josie. She’s moved on, but the ghost of Liam still lingers in her mind.
Home by Michael Buble – Home really captures what life was like for Liam on the road.
Broken by Lifehouse – There is a moment in Forever My Girl where Liam tells Josie what he looked for at each concert. This is how he felt, looking, but never finding her.
Secrets by OneRepublic – Secrets is truly fitting for both Liam and Josie as they come to terms with what’s lingering between them. Both have secrets, yet both are willing to put them aside.
Don’t You Wanna Stay – Jason Aldean & Kelly Clarkson – a perfect indication of Liam’s struggles where Josie is concerned.
Forever My Girl (The
Beaumont #1) by Heidi McLaughlin