What makes a hero hot to me? Well, I love flawed heroes. I want my characters like normal people, so I always give my characters some not-so-great traits. When I'm reading about that "perfect" hero, I don't find it believable because nobody is perfect. Even with flaws, they have to have some redeeming qualities or must change over the time of the story.
Here are some flaws you'll find in the heroes of my books:
Noah is secretive and doesn't trust himself to open up to people. He also turned his back on his family and doesn't regret it. His redeeming quality? Once he loves, he does so with his whole heart. He is also honest and loyal to the heroine.
Jordan tried to fake a relationship with another woman when the heroine ran away. He lived a lie for many years. Once the fake relationship ended he waited for Chelsea. What makes this okay? He had unfailing love for Chelsea and knew she'd return some day.
Miguel did something bad in his past and doesn't want to tell Allison. The guilt he has hinders the relationship with Allison.
Dreaming of Him:
Trace is in Amber's life for his own selfish purposes and she falls in love with him while he is there. His redeeming quality is that he helps Amber while he is there.
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