Published: January 30th, 2012
Things you’ll never read in a romance novel:
“Aiden is thinning on top. I told him he should go to Bosley.”
Ranulf took one look at his opponent and screamed like a little girl.
“How was Alec in bed? Hmm, I couldn’t tell, since he only lasted about two minutes.”
“He’s sexy as all get-out, but his voice sure is shrill, isn’t it?”
“That harelip of Carl's is so sexy.”
We’re always told to give our characters flaws, but let’s face it, there are some flaws we must stay away from. I’ve read a few romances where the hero was missing certain appendages – no, not THAT one. NEVER that one – and the hero was no less of a man. But seriously, think about it: you could give your hero brown hair and brown eyes, and you’ve pretty much incapacitated him right there. Am I right?