Why You Should Never Live With A Romantic Hero

Ok this is totally hilarious! Tara’s take on what it would be like living with a dark brooding romantic hero, irl.

Tara Sparling writes

Sigh. Romantic heroes. They’re so bad, they’re good. They’re angry, but nobody else will ever love you the way they do. They’re filthy rich, tragically broken, and onlyYOU can fix them. What itwould be, to live with a romantic hero! Sheer heaven. Sigh.

But what really happens after ‘The End’? When dietary fibre andla vie quotidienneget in the way? What would it really belike to live witha tortured romantic hero? Especially if you’re – well,kind of anordinary person?

(This isanotherin the Why You Should Never Live With… series. Unreliable Narratorhere. Chick-Lit Heroinehere. Cop From A Crime Novelhere. Young Adult Protagonisthere. Literary Fiction Herohere. But now it’s time to get smoochy, folks.)

Why You Should Never Live With A Romantic Hero

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It’s late. You’re in your pyjamas, watching an underwritten TV show about ahelpless yet defiant22-year-old woman who’s been hurt before. It’s been a long day…

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4 thoughts on “Why You Should Never Live With A Romantic Hero

  1. I’ve had 48 years with my Romantic Hero. Not sure how I would have written our story, but it would have been dramatically different from the life we’ve had! I would have kept our consistent love and a few of the tragedies for excitement and sympathy. Wealth and travel would have been added but I wouldn’t change my faith in God.

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