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The Guys Are Props Club (The G.A.P. Series Book 1) by [Seymour, Ingrid]
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★★★★★ You can tell from the start that Seymour is a seasoned professional. The characters are well-formed, interesting, and read like real people. The pacing is nearly perfect with no flat scenes and spurred on with lots of smokin'-hot love scenes to pique reader's interests - Katie French, author of The Breeders. 

★★★★★ As for the romance, oh the romance. It was sweet and hot and steamy and in true Oliver Twist fashion, I want to say: "Please, sir (Ingrid), I want some more" - Dianne @ Oops! I Read A Book Again

★★★★★ The Guys Are Props Club was a brilliant New Adult Romance. It's definitely on my list of favorite NA books - Farrah @ Imagine a World

★★★★ A totally heart wrenching contemporary romance with characters I cared about! It was amazing. It's a great read, completely refreshing, and well written - Megan @ Love, Literature, Art, and Reason

About the Author

Ingrid Seymour loves, loves, loves to write. Her favorite genres are Young Adult and New Adult. The idea for her debut novel "The Guys Are Props Club" assaulted her one day, and she just had to put down on paper. She wrote it in record time and had incredible fun doing it. Now, she's enjoying hearing from her readers. It’s a dream come true. Find her at and share your thoughts!

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  • File Size: 1791 KB
  • Print Length: 257 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615820999
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: PenDreams; 1 edition (May 12, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 12, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DC2ZY9A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #710 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Thank you so much Ingrid for the electronic review copy! As always, this in no way affected my opinions of the novel. So I've been spazzing about this book a lot on Twitter and just at that introduction if you've read that. And I pretty much abused the exclamation mark in my email exchanges with Ingrid. Now, it's time for you to get to know why I am like this with The Guys Are Props Club!

I started reading The Guys Are Props Club one night at midnight because I couldn't sleep that night. I figured I'd sample a chapter or two to know what I'm about to read and review for the next week. Little did I know that it will suck me in until the wee hours before daybreak. A chapter became another chapter and soon I was plowing through this book like I had no apppointments the next day or I mean, that day itself. I finally stopped reading at 3AM for fear I'd go to the doctor looking like trash with a massive headache. But while I was waiting at the hospital and while eating lunch, all I did was read, read, squeal and read again. And squeal again.

(I know, the cover is yet another near kissing cover. But don't judge a book by its cover! Or am I just like this because the guy in the cover kind of resembles Zayn Malik? But anyway, don't let the cover make you not read this because this book isn't all kissing and half-nakedness. It has a wonderful story!)

So what's this book all about? Maddie came to college with her heart broken by her ex-boyfriend. Her roommate Jessica too. Together they bonded over their misery and met a couple more girls in the same situation. Jessica, with the help of Maddie, then established The Guys Are Props Club. At first, all they did was commiserate among themselves.
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The Guys are Props Club is a great story about the power of love - both the damage it can do and the beauty it can bring into your life. It is both pessimistic and optimistic with one character who can't let go of the past and one character who would give almost anything to move on from it.

Jessica and Maddie started the G.A.P. club after they bonded over broken hearts during their first year of college. Jessica is bound and determined to hurt as many "players" as she can while Maddie is tired of feeling guilty and hurting people. When they meet Sebastian, Jessica has found her next target and plans to pull a play on him...get him to fall in love with her and then crush him. But Sebastian has other ideas and Jessie is definitely not the one he wants. He is hotter than hot, can dance like no other, has a body to die for and is attracted to only one girl and it certainly isn't Jessica.

Maddie was hurt badly when she was younger by the one person she should have been able to trust the most. She tries and fails to fight her attraction to Sebastian but how will she deal with all of the lies and deceit that haunt her everyday? Is Sebastian genuine or just another player? When betrayal comes from an unexpected source and the s*** hits the fan, the always gracious Maddie knows she stands to lose what is most important to her.

This is a quietly great story - it isn't flashy or erotic and it doesn't make your head spin trying to follow it. The characters feel like real people and it is easy to get lost in their struggles with guilt, vengeance, love, loss and forgiveness. If you are looking for an endearing romance, this one fits the bill. Verified Amazon Purchase on
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This book was an interesting read, and I don't mean that in a bad way. I don't think (my memory is crap lately) I've ever read a book with this sort of plot. I knew by each page that I hated Jessica and I hoped the biatch gets what she deserves. Then there's Maddie that girl is sweet as pie and twice as nice. She reminded me of well me (no I'm not that ambitious), but I used coupons and try to make what I buy count for something, "I used coupons when I could. I wondered if that made me cheap or just budget-minded." Sebastian, sweet lord in heaven that boy gets feelings and body parts working good, "relax," he said, his lips only inches from my ear. "I don't bite." He pulled away and looked down at me. His sideways smile formed a dimple on his right cheek. "Well, I do sometimes, but I always ask for permission first." I liked this book and I'm hoping to see more from this author.
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By psee on November 22, 2013
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Really quick read but I really enjoyed it. Sebastian is a wonderful guy and so sweet to Maddie. Maddie has her issues but deep down is really a good heroine. Jessica is in a category all her own and definitely puts the vile in villian. I really enjoyed Ingrid's writing and recommend this book.
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'Don't hate the player, hate the game.' The player may change, but the game remains the same, especially for these girls.
When two heartbroken girls are thrown into college and form a bond, you get 'The Guys Are Props Club' aka G.A.P. This club is strictly for girl that 'had their hearts stomped on, slashed or otherwise ground into tiny little bits by some worthless bastard.' These girls play the guys that are considered players.
What happens when one persons target becomes another members actual boyfriend? Meet Sebastian super sexy with clear green eyes Maddie cannot help but get lost in. That does not work for Maddie's best friend Jessica though because she has already targetted him as a player. Come on, he's extremely gorgeous, so he has to be a player.
"He looked like a predator, hungry and savage. There was no question in my mind that he wanted me."

Unfortunately for Maddie's heart, he is far from the player she accuses him of being. Day by day, he shows her he is way more genuine then she ever knew possible. Can she really continue to resist him?
"How can you say no? This... intensity isn't normal. I know you feel the same way I do. You can't say no to this."

When it comes to him though, she must resist. She cannot break her promise to herself, and risk heartache. He will not give up on them though. He knows eventually she will have to pull her head out of her ass.
"You'll say yes," he assured me. "You'll agree, because I want you whole, Madison. I don't want anything less."

Hot damnnn!!! Ingrid Seymour truly out-did herself with this book. It is written from Maddie's point of view. The characters are portrayed so very well. Maddie does drive me nuts at times, but she does develop confidence over time.
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