Today we're thrilled to welcome Robin Covington to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Robin's latest release, The Prince’s Runaway Lover, came out on July 14 and features a rebel prince, complete with tattoos and a love of extreme sports. Robin is here today to talk about other rebel princes (both real and fictional) and why they give her hope that she could still marry into royalty! Thanks, Robin!
In my house the Main Man and I have an agreement about my “ding-dong boyfriend” (DDB). You know ¼ the fantasy guy who can show up on your doorstep, ring the doorbell, and whisk you away with no hard feelings. You might call him/her your hall pass or some other term but you get the idea. He’s your “Calgon, take me away guy” when you’re folding your nineteenth basket of laundry. The one you picture in your head every time you dive into the latest, juiciest romance novel.
I’ve gone through several DDB’s over the years: John Cusack in my post-Lloyd Dobler days, David Boreanaz when I was digging Buffy, even Jimmy Smits that season when he died on NYPD Blue. In more recent times, Joe Manganiello and his abs moved into the spot until he ran off and got engaged and then Chris Evans and his swoony Captain America persona was the guy.