Do you approve of womanizing heroes of romantic stories especially Mills and Boon?
Almost all the heroes of Mills and Boon and similar romantic stories are hopeless womanizers before they fall in love. Although it does add a lot of spice to the plot, but would you approve of such a hero? Why or why not?
Not necessarily. If they are all womanizing heroes before falling in love, how many hearts did they break before they got blessed with someone they felt worthy? People who break so many hearts (in reality) shouldn't be able to quickly fall in love without some heartbreak of their own...in my opinion. Thanks! Great question.