When participating in a ménage relationship, it's important for the men to be self confident or they'd always doubt themselves, thinking the woman loved one of the others more than him. While it's necessary to add realism to a ménage romance, the men need to come to accept the relationship and know they're a valuable member of the ménage. They may start with doubts, reservations, and worry about societal expectations, but once the romance is in full swing, those doubts should diminish rapidly.
The heroine can get away with having low self-esteem in the beginning of a book because the heros are there to build her up, help her get over her past hang-ups or heartbreak. But I just don't like a whinny, clingy hero in my ménage romances. One male can be more dominant than another, but they should all know where they stand and what they want. Sometimes they may clash heads, but when the foundation of love is set, they can survive anything.
BOOK THREE COMING September 23rd
In my September 23rd release of THE LAST PRINCESS (Pack Seduction, 3) I wrote my first beta male. He's unlike the other two confident, dominant alphas in the ménage, but I feel he pulls it off. Although Caleb isn't larger than life, he's sensible, sexy, and not afraid to claim what he wants.
To win a copy of The Last Princess (or your choice from my backlist):
1.) Follow our "When One Is Not Enough" Blog
2) Just tell me if you prefer an alpha or beta male and why.
Winner chosen Friday, Sept. 16th.