Which Lover is the Most Passionate?
by Karen Green
Power. Strength. Charm. Self-confidence. These are the characteristics that top the resumes of some of the most passionate men in fiction, from the savvy and sophisticated businessman to the rough and ready cowboy. Women know, of course, that these things that make such men so alluring can also be what make them so frustrating, but when the tension is played out just so, whether in a high-stakes life-or-death situation or a more playful way, that tension just adds even more fuel to a fire already simmering with passion.
But which of these men makes the most passionate lover? Who, in their stoic, sexy countenance, conceals the exact right measures of the traits women deem irresistible?
Luckily, there are no wrong answers to that question.
Pros: Wealth, power, access; the only thing money doesn’t seem to be able to buy for these men is the right woman.
Cons: Used to getting what he wants; often wealthy through inheritance and may experience a little silver-spoon syndrome.
Read: Two-Week Texas Seduction (Texas Cattleman’s Club: Blackmail) by Cat Schield
The Military Man
Pros: Not afraid of danger; cherishes duty, honor and respect. He will run into the situations most men run away from.
Cons: Always puts the mission first, often demonstrating an infuriating level of self-control.
Read: Her SEAL Protector (Uniformly Hot!) by Jillian Burns
Pros: He’s trained to protect, and will always stay close. If there’s danger around, he’ll know about it.
Cons: His constant attention might start to feel stifling, especially when the assignment is a long one.
Read: Mr. Dangerously Sexy (The Dangerous Bachelors Club) by Stefanie London
Pros: Not afraid of hard work, in business or in romance—and he’ll do whatever it takes to close the deal.
Cons: Sometimes forgets that people are not commodities, and that outside of the boardroom, things might not always go his way.
Read: Seduced by the Mogul (The Morretti Millionaires) by Pamela Yaye
Pros: Hard worker; likes getting dirty and usually has impeccable manners.
Cons: A fish out of water off the ranch, so a long-term relationship means becoming a cowgirl.
Read: Her Sexy Texas Cowboy (Wild Wedding Nights) by Ali Olson
The Bad Boy
Pros: Makes his own rules and isn’t afraid to stray from well-worn paths. Often misunderstood, but his good intentions will be revealed.
Cons: There’s a pretty thick exterior to break through before any vulnerability is visible.
Read: Texas Outlaws: Cole (The Texas Outlaws) by Kimberly Raye
So who is your pick for most passionate? Let us know in the comments!