How to Find Your Perfect Romance Hero
by Karen Green
No matter what genre of romance book you prefer, there’s a hero waiting to knock your socks off in its pages.
From otherworldly beings to the most down-to-earth guys you’ve ever read, these heroes may seem very different, but they have all the really important things in common, like courage, chivalry, enough vulnerability to make them relatable and, oh yeah–they are sexy as anything.
Looking For A Good Guy? Read A Man You Can Trust by Jo McNally
Nick West is the epitome of the good guy hero for fans of contemporary fiction.
He’s an ex-cop, which means he may have shed the uniform but he’ll never lose his sense of duty to help those in trouble or his need to stand up for what’s right.
Need A Little Danger? Read Tangled Threat by Heather Graham
Fans of romantic intrigue may also be interested in a hero that’s a little mysterious; someone who you may have to get know slowly, by peeling back many layers.
Brock is an FBI agent, so he’s cautious with words and actions by training as well as by nature, and when he’s called to his hometown to help solve an old mystery, he’ll also try to heal an old romantic wound.
Love Paranormal Heroes? Read Frost and Flame by Gena Showalter
Bane may be an immortal warrior but he’s not immune to pain and heartbreak, which he has been carrying, along with a plan for revenge, ever since his wife was murdered.
Want An Uplifting Companion? Read Their Christmas Prayer by Myra Johnson
Shaun is a pastor but his faith has been shaken so he’s staying at his family’s ranch while he decides whether the time is right to leave on another international mission.
But soon he meets Brooke, a confident, gorgeous woman who makes him start to think that he might not want to leave Juniper Bluff after all—and she definitely doesn’t want to be there without him.
Need A Western Hero? Read Home on the Ranch: Colorado Rancher by Patricia Potter
Lastly, if you like authentic western romances and cowboys in all of their dusty, dirty, capable glory, you will love Reese Howard, the hero with heart featured in Patricia Potter’s Home on the Ranch: Colorado Rancher from the Home to Covenant Falls series.
Reese is dedicated to three things: the land he works on, the wild mustangs on the land and the children of veterans who come to the ranch for equine therapy.
Laura is a former fighter pilot who takes her teen to the ranch, and soon Reese and Laura discover an attraction to each other that neither one wants to tame.
So did we cover the kind of hero you like to read about? Because really, when it comes to romantic heroes, there are no wrong answers.