Does Your Hero’s Race Matter?

The Kenya Wright Reading Order

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Let’s have some fun with a few POLLS!

 

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DOES THE HERO’S RACE MATTER?

YES
NO
MATTERS ON GENRE

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WHAT HERO TYPE DO YOU LIKE?

ALPHA (Dominant, Boss, Maybe Possessive)
BETA (Gentler, Good Guy, Sensitive hero)
GAMMA (Cuddly Alphas)

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WHAT HERO CHARACTERISTIC MAKES YOU DROOL?

beard
Tatts
Scars
long hair
extra penis (I just had to ask)

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5 thoughts on “Does Your Hero’s Race Matter?

  1. Sonia Lowry

    I am going to say honestly that yes race does matter. There are elements to every hero that one is attractive too. There are those who like blonde men and others who prefer brunette. Some people like a rough and rugged man, for others intelligence in a man is attractive, has a nice physique, and a dozen of other qualities. Everyone has elements that they prefer in a hero. The more elements in a hero that is attractive, the more you as the reader will get into the story. There are two different types of stories. Those in which you can see yourself as the hero/heroine but you as a person is nothing like that hero/heroine. Then there are those stories that you can see yourself as the hero/heroine and you imagine believe you are that hero/heroine. It is those stories that you can loose yourself more easily in the story line and you have an emotional invested interest. I personally am attracted to men of my race. Not that I don’t think men of other races are attractive in general, but I can honestly say I don’t look at them as being my man or the heroine of my story. To me it just a matter of preference like eye or hair color, physique or any other characteristic.

  2. This is difficult. I answered no but that’s because I prefer IR so it doesn’t matter about the race of the hero as long as his love interest is something different.
    However … 90% of the books I’ve read, the hero is white … I’d like some variety and I’m really getting bored with that being the norm.

  3. Sonia Lowry

    Ooo an native american hero or man that native american/African mix ancestry. There are a plethora of history involving men of that mix ancestory in Florida alone.

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