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Thu
Jul 30 2015 9:30am

10 Ways to Ruin a Rogue

All The Ways to Ruin a Rogue by Sophie Jordan

Today we're thrilled to welcome Sophie Jordan to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Sophie's latest release in her Debutante Files series, All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue, came out July 28. Sophie is here today to talk about just 10 delicious ways to ruin a rogue. Thanks, Sophie!

1.     Draw an unflattering picture of him and leave it for people to find (oops!).

2.     Insult his manhood in his teenage years so that all his friends invent a rude nickname for him that follows him into adulthood (did not predict that happening!).

3.     Show up at his club (where no gently bred young lady should go) and challenge him to a game of cards (this time not an oops!).

4.     Win his clothes in said card game so that he ultimately sits bare-assed in front of you and a houseful of people (yes, doing this on purpose now and enjoying self immensely). 

[Sometimes they deserve it...]

Wed
Jul 30 2014 9:30am

Top 10 Tips to Toppling from the Top of the Ton

A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin by Sophie Jordan

Today we're joined by author Sophie Jordan, whose A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin is out today! Sophie's good debutante takes on a bad persona when she discovers the only man she wants is her stepbrother, the Duke of Banbury, who's charged with marrying her off (and definitely not to him). And since the duke frequents a private club called Sodom—so will she! Rosalie dons a disguise to enter the club—and get her man. And of course she causes talk about her behavior. Sophie is here to talk about ways to get yourself talked about, whether it's good or bad talk. Thanks, Sophie!

These are ten sure-fired ways to get your name on everyone’s lips … whether it’s Regency England and you’re under the scrutiny of the ton — or it’s 2014 and you’re swimming in shark-infested waters of your own social circles. Here goes:
 
1.   Wear Something Naughty.
That's always asking for trouble … and a definite way to get tongues wagging. But hey, if a girl is gonna get booted out of the metaphorical “cool lunchroom table”, she might as well go down fighting…

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[Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty...]