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It goes back to them both feeling abandoned by their parents. A "stay-at-home mom" in southern Oregon, Yates produces around 2, words a day. At the beginning, she went out to write in a coffee shop when her husband came home, but now she knows what she's doing, she'll write at home with the kids. Five books a year, she thinks, "is doable for me".
Then I think about who could come along and mess things up. In another of her novels, yet to be published, a career woman who wants to be a mother goes to a sperm bank, and mistakenly ends up with the hero's sperm — it was meant to be a sample for his wife, but she's passed away. Kendrick, who writes four romances a year, admits to getting ideas "all over the place", even through reading the Daily Mail.
Everyone knows the hero and heroine are going to end up married so really the only reason to read them, like all good books, is a compelling story. We are allowed as much artistic freedom as will work," she says. The plotline where the hero is trying to build a factory and the heroine is trying to save a rare toad is not a very sexy premise. And you wouldn't want a short fat balding hero — women know too many men like that. It drives me mad when people say 'don't you think you're deceiving women?
Once the conflict is in place, the writers look to identify their heroine.
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While Kendrick admits that "It doesn't matter how you describe her, you'll always have a dead-ringer for Angelina Jolie minus the tattoos on the front cover," her heroines, she says, "are not always beautiful, and like most women are plagued by insecurities. I'm not very good at writing high-powered career women.
ufn-web.com/wp-includes/92/pirater-un-telephone-iphone.php It could be because I haven't had a high-powered career myself. But if she's a barrister or a newspaper editor, it wouldn't really be feasible — I want her to be spending time with the hero. She tends to have to be flexible. And if she's a chambermaid, if she's sacked it's not the end of the world. Jordan isn't so sure.
I've tried them, but it doesn't fit me so well. I have had them with money problems, but with careers prior to money problems. I want them to assert themselves when necessary. However, Jordan, who's been writing romances for 33 years, usually makes her heroine either a virgin, or inexperienced. When my heroine meets the hero, she wants to go to bed with him.
For the reader, that's the mark of the effect he has on her. Because you've only got so many pages, it would be very difficult for me to create a heroine who's had lots of partners and immediately knew there was something different about this one. Then comes the hero. Sheikhs are popular, Jordan and Kendrick say, as are Italian billionaires, Greek tycoons and princes.
The sheikh, Kendrick says, "represents the ultimate female fantasy — dark, autocratic, completely powerful, outrageously chauvinistic". However, she says, "he often isn't predatory, as he doesn't need to be. For Jordan, the hero also has to have a charitable side. And they always like them to be well off. But for me he has to have some interest in charity, to do something for the good," she says. I don't like a hero without a softer side.