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Blog Tour: Love All by Kelly Hashway - Guest Post: Nice Guy vs Bad Boy

Saturday, February 2, 2013
Love All by Kelly Hashway
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Publisher: Swoon Romance
Series: Game. Set. Match. Heartbreak #1
Release Date: January 22, 2013

Seventeen-year-old Meg Flannigan wasn’t very lucky at love. In sophomore year, her idiotic boyfriend dumped her by making out with another girl in front of her locker. Ouch! Now a senior, and with a little more self-confidence, Meg catches the eye of not one, but two guys at school. Lucky! Both attend her tennis matches, vie for her attention, and are each gorgeous in their own way. So what’s the problem? Meg has already chosen one of them, and the one waiting in the sidelines will do anything to change her mind. She’s enjoys the attention right up until it’s her heart that’s caught in the middle, and she risks losing both. Can Meg Love All, or will choosing be her undoing?

Nice Guy vs. Bad Boy
by Kelly Hashway

We’ve all heard the saying, “Nice guys finish last” but is that really true? Let’s talk about the Nice Guy. He’s loyal, dependable, treats you like a princess, and there’s nothing he wouldn’t do for you. He’s the guy you want to end up with because you know he’s good for you. He makes you a better person. Maybe the saying, “Nice guys finish last” comes from the fact that this is the guy you want to last. The one you want to be with in the end.

Now let’s look at the Bad Boy. He’s reckless in a totally sexy way. He pushes your buttons and leaves you wanting more. He’s the one you know is capable of breaking your heart into a million pieces, but you just have to try to tame him anyway. He’s mysterious and makes your pulse race whenever you see him. Being around him is addictive and anything but comfortable. He’s the one you can’t stay away from no matter how hard you try.

So which one wins in the end? I don’t think either is necessarily better than the other. They’re both swoon-worthy in very different ways. It comes down to which one has your heart.

Reading is a thing of magic. It has allowed Kelly to enter into worlds she never would have known. She's cried, laughed, and been scared right alongside her favorite characters. And her hope is that one day kids will do the same for characters she's created. Kelly wants kids to see that reading is one of the greatest gifts. Luckily, her daughter already agrees!

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