Win a PB copy of The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine

Hi Everyone!

Last year I was thrilled to co-host Robin Constantine and The Promise of Amazing on FFBC!
Some of you may know that the companion novel to The Promise of Amazing is coming out next month (04/28)and I can't wait  to read it!

Also coming out soon, is the paperback copy of The Promise of Amazing and I have the honor of giving away a copy of one of my lucky readers!

To win a copy - All you have to do is answer the following question! 

What's the best/worst advice you've been given (or gave) to help woo that special someone or secret crush?

I believe us girls are the guilty of going to extremes to get a guys attention. And I can think of many
embarrassing stories of things I have done to "woo" a guy. Some that are so embarassing
that I would never dare have proof of it be found on print. But one story that comes to find
is several years back, I had a crush on a guy who sat next to me in a history class in college. And
I was determined to get him to notice me. One of my physical attributes that I always
get complemented on is my long brown hair.  To try to get his attention  I would make up 2 hours
early every day before class to style my hair. Straighten it, curl it, leave it wavy to name it, I tried it!
The semester went by and even though we became good friends, never once did he ever compliment my hair. Towards the end of the semester I was become content on just being friends and I no longer
did it bother me that he did not fall for any of my "wooing." Fast forward a few weeks after the semester ended and I ran into him at a local coffee shop, where he was having coffee with his girl-friend. My feelings at this point had gone away, so it did not bother me to meet her. However I was shocked to find that his girlfriend had no hair what- so- ever in a very rockerish style. I stook my head as I walked out and yes, ran my fingers through my long hair. All I kept thinking to my self was how I wasted 2 hour - 3 times a week doing my hair, and how I wish I could have slept in, instead! 

Set in the same world as The Promise of Amazing, this smart, surprising, and romantic follow-up to Robin Constantine's debut novel follows two New Jersey teens as they become friends and fall in love. Perfect for fans of Stephanie Perkins, Sarah Mlynowski, and Jennifer E. Smith.

Madison Pryce thinks she's got everything figured out—she's working on a portfolio for a summer art program, trying to keep up her grades, and hanging with her awesome friends. Plus she has her hot boyfriend, Zach. They're just casual, by choice—getting serious with a guy only complicates life. But then a visit from a family friend turns her life upside down and throws all her beliefs into question.

Jesse McMann is still reeling from a breakup that shattered his heart and his band. He can't seem to move on from his ex and hasn't picked up his guitar in weeks. Then, pride (and some goading from his bass player and fellow barista) forces him to find a new drummer—and the inspiration to write music again.

Kismet arrives in the unlikely form of Grayson Barrett, who tries out for Jesse's band, and whose girlfriend is BFFs with the cute girl who orders a chai latte after yoga every Thursday: Maddie. What Jesse and Maddie thought they knew about the secrets of attraction and the rules of romance changes once they start falling for each other.

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