Giveaway: A copy of BAD BACHELOR (the book, not app)
March 23, 2018
Not all bad boys are created equal. The Bad Bachelors app is
currently helping with women of New York sort the good from the bad, and the bad
from the terrible. It's a fine line. Personally, I love a little bad sprinkled
in with the good. So, I'm here to talk about my three favorite categories of bad
One of my personal favorites. A guy who's smart, in control, looks incredible
and has big dreams and goals. What can I say, ambition is a turn on! The key
thing to look out for is how he treats those who work closely with himâif he's
cruel and manipulative, then he's veered into alphahole territory and you should
steer clear. But if he shows kindness (especially if he thinks no one is
watching) then you have yourself a winner.
Take Reed McMahon, for example. Sure, everyone thinks he's a womanizer and a
player, but he cares about his executive assistant so much he agrees to do some
pro bono work for her grandson's favorite library. And he hates
libraries! He's an alpha Suit with a heart of gold.
The Wild Boy
These are the guys you mother probably warned you away from. They're fun,
impulsive, daring. Just the kind of guy to push you out of your comfort zone and
make you try something new. Maybe he's got a bit of a reputation? For these
guys, life isn't ordinary. And we all want a bit of the extraordinary from time
to time, right?
Watch out for Wes Evans, the hero of Bad Reputation (Bad Bachelors #2) and the
guy dubbed "The Anaconda" by the reviewers on Bad Bachelor.
The Lone Wolf
There's something mysterious about these bad boys. Maybe they've suffered a
broken heart and have turned their back on the world. Maybe they've got a dark
secret. Whatever the reason, a little mystery is a good thing in the world of
online dating and social media where everyone's information is accessible with
the touch of a screen. These guys are like a big, sexy puzzle just waiting to be
Those are my three favorite types of bad boys. What are yours? Or maybe you
prefer a good guy? Let us know in the comments.
Everybody's talking about the hot new app reviewing New York's most
eligible bachelors. But why focus on prince charming when you can read the
latest dirt on the lowest-ranked "Bad Bachelors"―NYC's most notorious bad
If one more person mentions Bad Bachelors to Reed McMahon, someone's gonna
get hurt. A PR whiz, Reed is known as an "image fixer" but his womanizing ways
have caught up with him. What he needs is a PR miracle of his own.
When Reed strolls into Darcy Greer's workplace offering to help save the
struggling library, she isn't buying it. The prickly Brooklynite knows Reed is
exactly the kind of guy she should avoid. But the library does need his help.
But as she reluctantly works with Reed, she realizes there's more to a man than
his reputation. Maybe, just maybe Bad Bachelor #1 is THE one for her.
[Sourcebooks Casablanca, On Sale: March 6, 2018,
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Books that make you laugh a little, and love a lot.
Stefanie London is the USA Today bestselling author of over fifteen
contemporary romances and romantic comedies.
Stefanieâs books have been called âgenuinely entertaining and
memorableâ by Booklist, and her writing praised as âElegant, descriptive
and delectableâ by RT magazine. Her stories have earned prestigious
awards such as the RT Top Pick and have achieved bestseller status with USA
Today and iBooks.
Growing up, Stefanie came from a family of women who loved to read. After
sneaking several literature subjects into her âvery practicalâ Business degree,
she got a job in Communications. But writing emails for CIOs didnât fulfil
her creative urges, so she turned to fiction and was finally able to write the
stories that kept her mind busy at night.
Originally from Australia, she now lives in Toronto with her very own hero
and is currently in the process of doing her best to travel the world. She
frequently indulges in her passions for good coffee, lipstick, romance novels
and anything zombie-related.
I like a bad boy mostly good (Jean Benedict 4:15pm March 27, 2018)
I like a bad boy but with a pinch of a mannered bad boy. peggy clayton email@example.com (Peggy Clayton 12:15pm March 30, 2018)
At first I thought I preferred the wild boy, but then remembered good books with the lone wolf, and come to think of it, the same with the suit. I guess I like all of those you mentioned and it depends upon the story. (Anna Speed 1:35pm March 30, 2018)
I want the bad boy with the good heart. no matter which category he's from. (Sharon Mitchell 3:31am March 31, 2018)
I like a good boy who might be a little bad if needed. (Sharon Extine 1:55pm March 31, 2018)
I want them all- heart, humor, a touch of wicked but true to his! (Kathleen Bylsma 4:32pm March 31, 2018)
The bad boy with the heart of gold is the best kind. (Lynn Rettig 4:48pm March 31, 2018)
The bad boys that have compassion but are very spirited. (Darci Paice 6:24pm March 31, 2018)
a bad boy with a heart of gold that he keeps hidden (Jean Patton 7:39pm March 31, 2018)
I really don't have a favorite type. It just depends on the story for sure! (Rita Spratlen 10:04pm March 31, 2018)
I do not care. I just read what ever sounds good. (Cynthia Cook 11:32pm March 31, 2018)