Friday, March 22, 2013

Friday Memes: Buried by Kendra Elliot

Happy Friday everybody!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City Reader. The Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.

This week I am spotlighting Buried (A Bone Secrets Novel) by Kendra Elliot. This is the third book in her Bone Secrets series. I read the first two from Amazon Vine but this one was sent to me by the author. It is even personalized and autographed to me!
Here is the description:
Reporter Michael Brody is used to getting answers. The one that’s eluded him, though, for twenty long years is learning what happened to his brother Daniel the day his school bus disappeared. When the remains of the other children are discovered—and Daniel’s aren’t among them—a desperate Michael calls upon the sole survivor of the tragedy, Chris Jacobs, hoping he will finally break his silence.

Constant fear of being found by his kidnapper has driven Chris into hiding. The only lead Michael has is Chris’s sister, Jamie. Strong and impenetrable, she’s capable of burrowing deep into Michael’s heart. As they race to find Chris, Michael and Jamie somehow find each other among the decades of wreckage. But locating Chris may not be so easy. Now grown, his scars go far deeper than skin.

In Buried, the next thrilling Bone Secrets novel from bestselling author Kendra Elliot, a damaged hero digs deep into his terrifying past…and unearths a chance at love for the future.
He crouched behind the woodpile, carefully watching the little girl through an opening in the stack.
Just to reassure you, he is a young boy in trouble not some kind of "creeper."

Friday 56:
A few lessons from his son, Jake, had improved Mason's skill with the computer. He had about ten sticky notes for different procedures dotting the monitor. Patiently outlined by Jake.


  1. Good beginning and 56 - I have the first two books of this series on my Kindle but haven't had time to read them yet - I am however looking forward to them.

    Here's my Friday MeMe

  2. Sounds intense! The 56 was funny...I can visualize those sticky notes...familiar!


  3. Sounds like my uncles' pc... lol

  4. This looks like a really interesting series. I feel like I need to make sticky notes for my Mom's computer like that.
    My 56

  5. I think any tragedy involving children on a school bus is heart jerking. I'm sure this book is going to be hard to put down.


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