Saturday, February 15, 2014

Blog Blitz : The Bad Boy Billionaire's Girl Gone Wild by Maya Rodale



A wickedly irresistible librarian and a bad boy billionaire make quite the match ...
 in Maya Rodale’s Bad Boy Billionaire series!

The Bad Boy Billionaire's Girl Gone Wild
Paperback : $3.99 / Ebook : $0.99
Publisher : Avon Impulse


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Synopsis:

The second installment of a sexy, whirlwind romance about a modern-day heroine writing historical novels based on her romantic misadventures with the Bad Boy Billionaire.

Being good hasn't exactly worked out well for Jane Sparks. Her ex-boyfriend dumped her for being too predictable, and her fake fiancé, Duke Austen, is counting on her good-girl image to repair his bad-boy reputation. But everything changes with the publication of the historical romance novel she wrote based on her fauxmance with the Bad Boy Billionaire. Suddenly she's notorious, scandalous, and causing lots of trouble.

Duke Austen always admired Jane's poise and perfectly demure behavior … qualities that seemed to have vanished once she helped him land a big investment deal. But now that his company is on the verge of a 20-billion-dollar IPO, the stakes have never been higher—and Jane has never been more shocking, provocative, or wickedly irresistible. She's not at all the woman he bargained for, yet she's the only one he wants.

Duke is determined to woo his girl gone wild. She's determined to keep him guessing. But Jane is discovering that there's nothing so appealing as a billionaire who's mad, bad, and dangerously seductive …

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The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement
Paperback : $3.99 / Ebook : $0.99
Publisher : Avon Impulse


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Synopsis:

The first installment of a sexy, whirlwind romance about a modern day heroine writing historical romance novels based on her romantic misadventures with the bad boy billionaire.

Jane Sparks has accidentally announced her engagement on Facebook—to the infamous Bad Boy Billionaire, Duke Austen. As soon as it’s discovered that Jane and Duke barely know each other (One hot kiss at a party does not a relationship make), she’ll be humiliated. And then Duke does something Jane never expected. He plays along with her charade.

With his hard partying, playboy reputation jeopardizing a fifty million dollar investment deal, Duke realizes an engagement with the hot but oh-so-proper librarian could be just the thing to repair his reputation. This good girl tempts him to be very wicked…but just with her. It’s unprecedented. Inconceivable. Totally alluring.

As the unlikely match of librarian and tech entrepreneur set out to convince the world—and the internet—that their love is real, something unexpected happens: they start falling for each other. But Jane is secretly writing a historical romance novel that could expose their carefully constructed romance…unless two perfect strangers are content to be perfectly scandalous together.

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3 Reasons to Love Duke Austen

It's no secret that readers love a bad boy hero...especially if he's able to able to whisk the heroine away on romantic adventures, tempt her to break all the rules and get naughty with a grey silk tie (no, he's not wearing it). No one falls harder for the bad boy than a good girl, especially in my novella The Bad Boy Billionaire's Girl Gone Wild

#1 Duke Austen is trouble. They don't call him the Bad Boy Billionaire for nothing. The rumors about him are wicked and outrageous, but Jane Sparks finds out they're nothing compared to how he can tempt a girl to abandon the rules and surrender to pleasure. 

#2 Duke Austen is tall, dark and handsome. I'll leave it to Jane to describe the bad Boy Billionaire in the moment she first set eyes on him at a party: "His hair was a tousled mess, his jaw was strong and unshaven. It was nearly midnight, but he looked like he'd just rolled out of bed. I easily imaged him as one of the pirates and rogues I read about in historical romance novels. It wasn't just how he looked, either, but the way he moved through the crowd. Really, the man swaggered." 

#3 Duke Austen is smart. Really smart. This brilliant tech entrepreneur is a genius coder who has built multiple tech companies. He knows how to hack a love story. Even with all the rumors flying about his bad boy behavior, no one doubts how incredibly intelligent he is. He keeps Jane on her toes, anxious to see what he'll do next. 

What do you love about billionaire heroes? 
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A fine Fauxmance: 
When fake engagement leads to true love with the bad boy billionaire
By Maya Rodale

1. It starts with a prank… Let’s be real—no one just decides to pretend to be engaged. But sometimes friends take your iPhone. And sometimes friends have a wicked sense of humor and post things like “Jane Sparks and Duke Austen are engaged!” on Facebook when Jane and Duke have only shared one super sexy kiss. 

2. …And continues with a crazy scheme. Jane assumes they’ll tell everyone it’s a prank. Duke has other ideas. He persuades her to fake an engagement—it’ll help him repair his party boy reputation and help him land a huge investment deal. And she’ll score a very hot date to her high school reunion. What could possibly go wrong? 

3. But they start falling in love while faking their story. How can she resist his smile—“one of those devastating smiles that were most often found in the pages of romance novels”—when its making her heart beat faster?   Jane is unlike any other girl he’s ever met. Not only does he want her, badly, but Duke needs her in ways he never imagined. 

4. Kisses. That is all. Kisses. Weak in the knees, leave you breathless, forget your name kisses. 

5. What’s real and what’s pretend? Jane would very much like to know because she is seriously falling for the bad boy billionaire. You’ll have to read the book to find out! 


Question: 
What are some of your favorite “faking a relationship” romance novels or movies? 


About the Author

Maya Rodale began reading romance novels in college at her mother’s insistence. She is now the author of numerous smart and sassy romance novels. A champion of the genre and its readers, she is also the author of the non-fiction book Dangerous Books For Girls: The Bad Reputation Of Romance Novels, Explained and a co-founder of Lady Jane’s Salon, a national reading series devoted to romantic fiction. Maya lives in New York City with her darling dog and a rogue of her own.





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