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08 February 2013

Heartbreaker Bl0g H0p ~ Day 1

* Welcome! During this wonderful tour the authors are discussing heartbreakers. What are they, what we love/hate about them, are they bad, etc.? Almost 300 bloggers have posts & prizes about those men we love!
* But that's not all... There are THREE grand prizes. You as a reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 200 times!
* Now what are those prizes?
*** 1st Grand Prize: A Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet *** (a US & International prize)
*** 2nd Grand Prize: A $100 Amazon or B&N Gift Card *** (a US & International prize)
*** 3rd Grand Prize: A Swag Pack that contains paperbacks, ebooks, 50+ bookmarks, cover flats, magnets, pens, coffee cozies, and more! *** (a US prize only)
* I'll also be giving away a prize! One lucky commenter will be drawn and can choose one PDF from these choices: Lovers and the Fiend, Sunset Desires or Sunset Seduction. All you'll have to do to be entered for the grand prize drawings and mine is comment by answering the questions I'll be asking shortly and leave your name and email address. Easy peasy! :)
* So heartbreakers... The Urban Dictionary ( defines a heartbreaker as: 1. one who screws you over, is mean to you, and gave you hope but ripped it away either quickly or slowly over a long period of heartbreaking time - usually the one you are most in love with and think you need... 2. A person who can break hearts easily. Because they are so beautiful everyone wants them, but not everyone can have them.; An affectionate way to say somebody is adorable or good looking.; Somebody who breaks or hurts peoples hearts/emotions - "Aww aren't you just the heartbreaker" followed by the pinching of cheeks. The dictionary had more but IMO I felt the first two summed up my thoughts on the matter. Heartbreakers don't necessarily have to be a boy/girlfriend or potential boy/girlfriend they could be anyone you thought you could count on and then found out your couldn't. I've known all and friends who promised things then flaked out; the boyfriend whom I was head over heels for and broke my heart; the cute kids who are termed heartbreakers. So the questions ~ Do you think heartbreakers are just bad boys/girls who can turn into the best heroes/heroines around? Or can they be anybody?
* Please answer those quesitons in the comments section and don't forget to leave your name and email to be entered in the fabulous drawings! Also, for more chances to win, be sure to visit and comment at the other blogs. The link to find those blogs is listed below. For information on the books I'm offering up, please visit:
* Best of luck!
* C.R.

Click here ---> to find the full list of blog hop participants!


Debby said...

A heartbreaker is personal. It can be anyone because of that.
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Meghan said...

Thanks for the giveaway and participating in the hop!
I think that Christian Grey from "50 Shades of Grey" is a good example of a heartbreaker. He used and abused Ana at first, but then came to his senses by book two.

Nay Nay said...

To me a heartbreaker is someone who doesn't know how good and special he really is underneath that “Bad Boy” persona. When he falls in love, he falls hard. He is the guy that doesn't realize that his actions have broken your heart....But, when he does realize it, he takes immediate action to correct the misunderstanding and convince you he really does love you and no one else!
My favorite heartbreaker is Smitty from the book "The Beast in Him" by Shelly Laurenston. (One of the Pack/Pride series books) He was just drop dead gorgeous and sexy and he broke Jessie Ann's heart when he wouldn't claim her with "the Smith Mate Maul" If you want to know what the heck I'm talking about.......READ THE BOOK. :) In fact I recommend you read the series.
Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win. <^_^>
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Cassandra said...

I think they can turn into the best heros/heroines :)
Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Stacey said...

thanks for participating


Shannon Bereza said...

I do believe they can become the best heroes/heroines because they have to turn themselves around and lose the heartbreaker title. But honestly I think they can be anybody too. I don't think they have to just be bad boys or bad girls. Sometimes it is just circumstances in a persons life that makes them a heartbreaker because they can't let anyone get close to them. sbereza22(at)gmail(dot)com

Carla said...

My favorite part of having a heart breaker is the world class groveling. Todd in Lauren Dane's Laid Bare is my perfect example.
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doxymom said...

I think anyone can be a heartbreaker due to circumstance. But there are habitual, intentional heartbreakers out there and those are the ones I typically think of when I read that a story has a heartbreaker in it.

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Ashley Applebee said...

Yeah I really think that think heartbreakers are just bad boys/girls who can turn into the best heroes/heroines around...although I have been guilty of looking at my nieces and nephews and saying "awww you're going to be a little heartbreaker!"
Thanks for the great giveaway!! So many great prizes!! Happy Valentine's Day!
Ashley A

Jeanette Platt said...

Heartbreakers can be anyone and yes they can be redeemed when they find that special person... thanks for being part of the hop.