There’s a post today on Dear Author, Is the male point of view essential for you as a reader, that I hope you’ll weigh in on.
It started when Jane recommended Housekeeper’s Happy-Ever-After by Fiona Harper—an April 2010 Harlequin Romance.
I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as she did, though it is a very good book, and I mentioned one of things I didn’t care for was how few scenes were in the hero’s POV, which I’m told is the norm for that line. If you’ve stopped by here regularly, you know I love category romance but, for some reason, I haven’t read a Harlequin Romance in ages. I think it’s just a matter of so many lines, so little time. I do have a few more in my digital TBR, though I must admit I mentally bumped them down the list when I was told a scarcity of the hero’s POV is common for the line. I’m very hero-centric.
I hope you’ll head over to Dear Author and weigh in with your opinion. I’m going to once the caffeine kicks in and I think I can muster some coherence.