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stygianslg This is an updated version of this study. The original version is still available here.

 

From the moment that I read my first Lora Leigh book, I was hooked. She writes some incredibly dominant heroes who I often want to knock some sense into. However, I can’t resist them. I don’t even mind that some of her books may have timeline/continuity issues or grammatical errors. Her stories speak to me, and I relish the opportunity to read each new book. And to be honest, I relish the opportunity to re-read them as well.

 

Published in RNN Blog
Friday, 07 December 2012 08:35

Dear Romance Hero: Spurt Advice

DearRHDear Jennifer:

                I need some advice, but am not sure where to turn. After all, I am an uber-manly, alpha dude who hates to show any weakness, especially in front of the fairer  sex. I’ve noticed an increase in the spurt count of romance heroes. How do I know what the appropriate amount of spurtage is once I’ve met my one true love?

 

                                                                                Sincerely,

                                                                                -Concerned Alpha Dude

 

Published in Dear Jennifer

stygianslgFrom the moment that I read my first Lora Leigh book, I was hooked. She writes some incredibly dominant heroes who I often want to knock some sense into. However, I can’t resist them. I don’t even mind that some of her books may have timeline/continuity issues or grammatical errors. Her stories speak to me, and I relish the opportunity to read each new book. And to be honest, I relish the opportunity to re-read them as well.

 

Now, Lora Leigh has all sorts of signature devices in her books. Most of her heroes find they don’t truly connect to their women until they can express their love anally. There are often lots and lots of candy references a la “I’m going to eat you up like the sweetest candy” along with comparisons of nipples to fruit (nipples as tight berries, etc). Oh yeah, and most of her heroines are waxed smooth for their men. And again, I love these facets of Leigh’s writing that absolutely identify her words as her own. I actively look for them in each book and smile when I find them.

 

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