Bad Boy Blog Hop

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Greetings, Friends!  I’m excited to be participating in the “Bad Boy Blog Hop”!  Why is it that so many times our characters fall for the wrong guy? Even when warned, they blaze on with scary focus…

Happily, sometimes those bad guys turn out to be heroes.  Other times, not so much.

I remember when I went after the bad boy in my high school. I was inexperienced, innocent, and just plain dumb. But . . . that story is for another time!

The Lance Temptation Cover

Emili Jones makes the “bad boy” mistake in The Lance Temptation. She is determined to land the current hot guy at her school — and she doesn’t much care how she does it. Emili throws all common sense into the gutter and goes about her mission with laser intent.

And she pays for it. Big time.

In honor of our Bad Boy Blog Tour, I’m giving away a free pdf e-copy of The Lance Temptation (where you can read all about Emili Jones). Just leave a comment below with your email address to enter the drawing!

And now, how about you? Did you ever go after the bad boy (0r bad girl)? How did it turn out? I love to hear all about it!

And as always, thanks for stopping by.

Brenda

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6 responses to “Bad Boy Blog Hop

  1. I’m afraid I did end up dating a bad boy for a time, but I discovered that he wasn’t motivated and I was so the relationship died a natural death.

    Thanks for introducing me to your book and for the giveaway opportunity.
    sophiarose1816 at gmail dot com

  2. I love bad boys. The redeemable ones. Not so much the not-redeemable ones 🙂 Luckily, my husband is the first kind!

  3. I did have a very short-loved relationship with a ‘bad boy’. Turns out being with the ‘good girl’ made him all kinds of nervous, bc he was afraid of corrupting me. So I guess that kind of made him a good guy after all.

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