Every once in a while, I come across a song that fits perfectly with a book I’ve read. In this new feature, I’ll tell you about them!
Everneath series by Brodi Ashton
series by Brodi Ashton is unquestionably one of my favorite series and one of the very few I’ve ever finished. Okay, so I didn’t like the ending in Evertrue
very much, but Everneath
were solid reads that sucked me in and never let go, leaving me begging for more. I love the Greek mythology, but I also just got engrossed in the emotions and the characters. There’s a love triangle here that’s one of the absolute best I’ve encountered in YA View Spoiler »(resolution aside GRR EVERTRUE GRR) « Hide Spoiler
Right from the beginning, I was absorbed by the relationship dynamic between Nikki and Cole. It’s so complicated and messy but there’s something there. Which brings me to…
As much as this song is overplayed nowadays, when I first heard it, I immediately fell in love and
immediately associated it with Everneath
. Particularly the music video of “I Knew You Were Trouble” by Taylor Swift, with its spoken word opening, made the story hit home for me. And it’s not just the story, it’s the cinematography and ambiance. I could totally see this being sung about Nikki and Cole. He’s bad news, and she knows it, but she went with him to the Everneath anyway, and there is an undeniable chemistry between them. But he pretty much destroys her and leaves her life completely wrecked. I’ll always associate this song with Everneath
, View Spoiler »and then cry about all my Cole feels « Hide Spoiler
I knew his world moved too fast and burned too bright.
But I just thought, how can the devil be pulling you toward someone who looks so much like an angel when he smiles at you?
Maybe he knew that when he saw me.
I guess I just lost my balance.
I think that the worst part of it all wasn’t losing him.
It was losing me.
Do you have a song that makes you think of Everneath?
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