He’s No Good, But So Tempting

Heartbreaker ButtonPicture this. You’ve had a few dates or encounters with a guy you really like. He’s handsome, smart, funny and you can’t stop the silly grin from coming to your face when your eyes meet his. It’s on the tip of your tongue to ask where things are going. Do your few dates mean you’re not in a relationship? Maybe you’re brave enough to actually ask. You hold your breath, already picturing the wedding and babies when he says he’s not looking for a commitment.

Damn.

Here’s the moment of choice. A smart woman would reign in the feelings she was about to let loose and cut her losses. But many times we as women aren’t so smart. We really like this guy.

We say to ourself: Self, you can do this. You can hang out with him. Maybe even sleep with him and it’ll be okay. I won’t fall anymore in love with him until he falls in love with me.

Then, he doesn’t fall in love with you.

Double damn.

This type of heartbreak isn’t new. If we would have listened to the smart side of our brain that said move on when he mentioned the not wanting a commitment thing. Instead we’re hurt, angry and upset that we fell for another heartbreaker.

That’s what happens in my novel, Worth the Wait. Tasha asks Jared to be her first, and even though she realizes that sleeping with him after their one time plan will probably lead to heartbreak she tries to convince herself that it won’t. Unfortunately, she is heartbroken. At the worst possible time Jared turns away from her and even I wondered if he deserved to get her back.

But since I write romance, I did let him redeem himself. But he had to put it all on the line in order to win her back.

Tell me if you’ve ever had a heartbreaker redeem himself and how in the comments for a chance to win. Don’t forget to leave your email address!

I’m participating in the Heartbreaker Blog Hop and there are a lot of fantastic prizes available. I’m giving away an autographed copy of my first novel You Can’t Plan Love, bookmarks, and a bar of Godiva Chocolate (chocolate is a heartbreaker remedy). US Residents Only.

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

2nd Grand Prize: A $100 Amazon or B&N Gift Card

3rd Grand Prize: A Swag Pack that contains paperbacks, ebooks, 50+ bookmarks, cover flats, magnets, pens, coffee cozies, and more! (US Residents Only)

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Visit: http://carrieannbloghops.blogspot.com/p/heartbreaker-hop.html for the list of all 200 bloggers!
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About Synithia W
I write love stories filled with passion and drama at night, I improve air and water quality during the day, and I love my husband and kids in between.

48 Responses to He’s No Good, But So Tempting

  1. LaTanay Lawson says:

    caiidynsmommie(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. fun post, Synithia! I love the temptation of a bad-boy hero…and I’m so glad I found my real-life hero already! 🙂 kristi_writes_romance@yahoo.com

  3. Delphina says:

    I have not had a heart breaker which is great for real life. Although in books I tend to swoon over them! You are the reason I love blog hops! I had not heard of your book and now I am drooling over it. Blog Hop for the Win!!!! delphinareadstoomuch at yahoo

  4. Amber Slagle says:

    alslagle06(AT)live(DOT)com
    Thank you for the giveaway!

  5. Kim says:

    You have my attention.

    In romance books, I love the whole redeeming part. But for me, in real life, I’ve learned that it’s best to let the ex stay the ex and move on.

    kvmatlock(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. Meghan Stith says:

    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. He redeems himself.

    mestith@gmail.com

  7. grapeapril75 says:

    For me the heartbreaker is a bad boy who goes kicking and screaming into love! When he falls he falls hard!

    The only heartbreakers I have encountered are literary! And my all time fav is Mr Darcy! Although, I am currently crushing on Zadist from the Black Dagger Brotherhood!

    grapeapril75(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  8. Haven’t met a heart breaker in reality!

    Thanks so much for participation!
    swordlily_girl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  9. vampedchik says:

    I fortunately have not had my heartbroken. I’m hoping I won’t ever have it.
    -Amber
    goodblinknpark@yahoo.com

  10. Natasha says:

    I haven’t met a heartbreaker in real life.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

  11. Veronika says:

    I love reading about heartbreakers! They are usually bad-boys, they’re witty, funny and sexy and the female population is drooling after them lol

    verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

  12. Sweeping Me says:

    I love heartbreakers cause they are fun to love. I prefer a heartthrob cause he is in it for the long haul.

    Mary
    mary_reiss @ hotmail.com

  13. It’s only happened to me in books lol
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    cassandrahicks1989@yahoo.com

  14. Stacey says:

    heartbreakers can all redeem themselves when they meet the right person!

    staceyprice(AT)gmail.com

  15. Lisa Walker Liese2 says:

    No. The only one I was involved with never changed.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    sqwalker2@hotmail.com

  16. kaylynd says:

    My hubby was a heartbreaker but he redeem himself. We have married almost 7 years. Thanks for the giveaway.
    kaylyndavis1986@yahoo.com

  17. Ollie Moss says:

    DAMN, DAMN, DAMN!!!!! I LOVED THIS POST. Yes I have had a heart breaker to redeem himself. He came back and apologized first off. He did it with no pretenses of us getting back together, which was the GREAT part. Now we are the best of friends,

    Thank you,

    Ollie Moss
    ollimo91@aol.com

  18. Daniel M says:

    nope never had a heartbreaker redeem himself – regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  19. Shannon B says:

    My husband was a heartbreaker at one point. We met and were engaged in a fairly short amount of time. We called off the wedding about three months before the big day. More his choice than mine. I was devastated and completely heartbroken. Then we ran into each other randomly when I was in the emergency room with my son and he realized all that he had lost. He did everything he could to win me back. Now we look back at it and laugh about the mistakes we made and now he is only a heartthrob and not a heartbreaker. sbereza22(at)gmail(dot)com

  20. strawberryrosered says:

    My favorite Heartbreaker is the one that your heart can’t live without. One of my best is Lucas from D B Reynolds book “LUCAS” (Vampire in America series). Strong mind, well put together and tender when he wants to be. And loves horses.

    Judy Peterson
    strawberryrose@earthlink.net

  21. Shannon says:

    Does high school stupidity count? I actually had the opposite problem in my adult relationships. Men were willing to commit, but not to quit selling drugs or other bad habits I glossed over. Shay.is.social at gmail, in case the Godiva gods are generous!

  22. shadowluvs2read says:

    One of my favorites is Justice from Justice by Laurann Dohner. Thank you for the awesome hop and giveaway!!! 🙂
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

  23. Carla says:

    My favorite part of having a heart breaker is the world class groveling. Todd in Lauren Dane’s Laid Bare is my perfect example.
    planterofhope at aol dot com

  24. susan platt says:

    I have not had a heartbreaker in my life and you are right about chocolate!!

    susanmplatt AT hotmail DOT com

  25. AnnaM. says:

    Hi! Nope, they eventually did something that was irredeemable to me. I keep reading about how a lot of folks never had a heartbreaker in their life while, to me, I’ve had several. But maybe they were only heartbreakers in my eyes (well, except one who was a serial-heartbreaker) and not necessarily to everyone else.

    AnnaM.
    doxisrcool at aol.com

  26. I’ve had a few heartbreakers and they never redeemed themselves in my eyes. I guess I’m just mean. LOL!

  27. Megan says:

    I’ve never had one redeem himself to me. I just I’m just unlucky.

    AmethystDaydreams at zoho dot com

  28. Nope, never had a heartbreaker redeem himself…only read about it in books…
    Thanks for the great giveaway!! So many great prizes!! Happy Valentine’s Day!
    Ashley A
    ash_app(at)hotmail(dot)com

  29. Jeanette Platt says:

    Thanks for being part of the hop… Never had one redeem himself but i got a good man out of my heartbreak.

    j.m.platt83@gmail.com

  30. Kathleen says:

    I had a heartbreaker but he definitely didn’t redeem himself, but that is okay because I met my heart throb in my husband
    Thanks for the giveaway
    kat.harris35@gmail.com

  31. CJ says:

    Never had my heart broken thankfully

    damafia1113@gmail.com

  32. bn100 says:

    not yet
    Thanks for participating.
    bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

  33. Synithia W says:

    Thaks for all the comments! My winner is Shannon! Congrats! I’ll email you. Later today and good luck to all in the bigger hop!

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