Engaged to the Earl

I had a guest spot on Rhonda L. Print’s website today. Rhonda is the author of Nightwalker, A Leah Wolfe SINS Novel as well as many other tales of adventure, romance, and intrigue. In this guest post, I wanted to write about what makes an irresistible hero, and so I did it!

Author Rhonda L. Print

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Engaged to the Earl: Irresistible Heroes

Romantic heroes are designed to be irresistible. The authors want you to fall in love with them, so they write the most handsome, courageous, generous heroes imaginable. But what makes some heroes stand out? If you have some ideas, please let us know in the comments below. Here are a few of mine, which I used when writing my story, Engaged to the Earl:

Princes and Billionaires

According to the book A Billion Wicked Thoughts, female readers can’t get enough of heroes who have power and prestige, such as billionaires, sheiks, and princes. However, hard-working and not very wealthy heroes such as cowboys are also perennially popular. It must be their rugged masculinity that draws readers in.

In Engaged to the Earl, I have written one character who has wealth and power, the Earl of Bradfield, as well as a more down-to-earth, manly hero…

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