Title: The Guys Are Props Club
Author: Ingrid Seymour
Date of Publication: July 15, 2013
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
During her senior year in high school, Maddie Burch promised herself not to ever fall for a cute guy – or any guy – again. Cute guys are players and not to be trusted, a fact she learned the hard way when her first boyfriend ran her heart through a paper shredder. Two years later, her promise is still intact, and she’s determined to make it through college without falling victim to another creep. She has her job, school and The Guys Are Props Club to keep her mind and hormones in check.
The club was founded by Jessica, Maddie’s best friend. It is a sisterhood of girls who have fallen prey to heartless jerks and who have vowed to turn the tables. Once a semester, Jessica requires members to “do onto others as they’ve done unto you.” Setting the example, Jessica’s next play is Sebastian Capello, a theater major with heartthrob looks and a flair for Latin dance, whose heart she plans to break the way hers was once broken.
What the friends don’t know is that Sebastian is different. Despite his perfect looks and popularity, he’s not a jerk. He doesn’t play games to get his way. Instead, he keeps it real and goes after what he wants with honest intentions. And what he wants is not a bombshell like Jessica, but a down-to-earth girl like Maddie – even if it causes a riff in the girl’s friendship. Even if it means getting Maddie to break her personal vow.
*** Due to language and sexual situations this book is recommended for ages 17 and older.
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About Ingrid Seymour
Ingrid Seymour loves, loves, loves to write. Her favorite genres are Young Adult and New Adult fiction. Her debut novel “The Guys Are Props Club” is an NA contemporary romance which she immensely enjoyed writing. Her favorite outings involve a trip to the library or bookstore where she immediately gravitates toward the YA section. She’s an avid reader and fangirl of many amazing books. She’s sure that one day she’ll see one of her books made into a movie. She likes to dream big ;)
Since my teenage years, stories have popped into my head with an urge to be committed to paper. Many, many times I sat down and started to write the first word, sentence, paragraph, page, even chapter, but, for some reason, I never got very far.
It wasn’t that the idea died. No, the idea stayed—what died was my resolve. Writing takes a lot of different talents. Two very important ones are patience and perseverance. It takes so much more than just a great concept. It wasn’t until I understood this that writing became significant for me, and I finally started doing it with a real purpose.
Writing has changed my life for the better. It has taught me that all worthwhile things take time to accomplish, that projects don’t have to be completed overnight, and time doesn’t pass in vain—a little bit every day can build into a whole lot over time . . . if you’re constant.
I believe I was born a storyteller, but it took some effort to turn myself into an author. Now, that I’ve become one, I know I’ll always be one. Writing is part of me. I’ve caught the bug, no question about it J
As far as where I get inspiration for characters, I believe it is a combination of things. Movies, people I know, even a song sometimes. But mostly, it’s my imagination. Some characters just come to life for me for one reason or another. They become real individuals in my mind. Some are so real that they refuse to do what I tell them to do. It’s the weirdest thing!
Writing is my passion. I hope my readers can see that passion come to life on the page.
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Of all things, he was wearing a tight vest, and—if I were honest—I’d have to say he was rocking it. The fit was tailored to perfection. It was two-toned, gray in the front and black satin in the back. Under it, he wore a white dress shirt, rolled up to the elbows. For pants, he wore dark jeans that fit him like a surgical glove. His black shoes were polished and looked brand new.
Rule No.6: A player knows how to dress.
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