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Perhaps for contemporary romance readers, SEALs being among the most elite warriors in the armed forces makes them analogous to the lords who populate historical romances. One of the most recent iterations is a bundled ten-story e-book compilation called Hot Alpha SEALs Military Romance Megaset edited by Sharon Hamilton While neither Brockmann nor Hamilton is in the military, nor is one of the most successful recent authors of the genre—M.

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However, one cannot ignore the fact that the fantasy SEALS in many contemporary romance novels represent the embodiment of heterosexual masculinity. Why SEALs? He carried himself with a well-earned confidence, his shoulders back, his gaze always roving slowly around an area, checking it out. Military heroes, whether SEALs or not, embody the characteristics many contemporary romance readers want; however, they are embellished to meet fictional expectations. Alpha males are the rough, hard-edged, often tormented heroes at the heart of the vast majority of bestselling romance novels.

The description of the SEAL alpha hero in romances is particularly important because of the idealized masculine and heroic attributes he embodies, especially as experienced through the eyes of the heroine: Jake was dressed in a light blue short-sleeve shirt, tan chinos and loafer. He was the man who inspired other men to act bravely, who rallied a community and enabled its members to defend their sovereignty. He symbolized strength, courage, responsibility.

Military romances usually feature alpha male action heroes, the most popular type of romance hero. Her research highlighted their use of stealth and being able to slip into a location unnoticed; their tight bonds with teammates; the fact that SEALs are alpha males who prefer to take action, they are in topnotch physical shape, highly intelligent and top scholars, intensely motivated and highly driven.

Beyond the psychological satisfaction for readers of watching big, bad, ripped SEALs fall in love, and the demands of genre plot conventions that must provide an empowered heroine something big and bad to conquer, the question remains of why the military warrior archetype and a stereotypic representation of hegemonic masculinity resonates within the most female-gendered of all literary genres.

Besides the character and dramatic plot-driven appeal of the warrior hero in military romances for hardcore romance readers, the stories offer a crossover appeal for suspense and action thriller readers that can be exploited by knowledgeable readers advisors, if they can get potential genre crossover readers beyond the scantily clad torso covers.

Higate and Hopton state that The nexus linking war, militarism, and masculinities has remained an enduring and consistent feature of societies and their cultures across time. These are smart, hypermasculinized, honorable, heterosexual men who are in good shape physically, good with a gun, and good in bed. Why Military Heroes? There was no question, he was a damned good-looking man.

In light of the recent military action by the United States and allies against Iraq, there has been a regression to traditional gender roles, with men cast as the protectors and women as the protected. He symbolized security. Mary K. Few of us are lucky enough to write about what we love. For those who feel romance fiction is anti-feminist, it is easy to suggest that the objectification of men is logical for such novels, but whether romances are anti-feminist or not is highly contested by both scholars and fans of the genre. The Heroes Military romances usually feature alpha male action heroes, the most popular type of romance hero.

He was the man who did not hide from danger, who did not give in to fear.

Kimmel et al. Since one of the hottest current trends in contemporary romance fiction is military romances, particularly those featuring SEALs, this article suggests reasons for their popularity, from the type of hero and appeal factors to familiar story lines and authors. Why we do love our military men? SEAL alpha heroes might also be considered popular culture representations of the Jungian warrior archetype, 10 whose appeal is explained by romance author, librarian, and scholar of romance, Jayne Ann Krentz:. He was in control, powerful and intense. When such heroes finally fall in love and recognize the feeling—usually when the woman is in some sort of peril thus perpetuating the damsel-in-distress trope common in romancesit gives the reader the literary and emotional satisfaction of watching a gigantic redwood fall.

Chelton provides excellent insight into a genre that she, too, loves to read. Buchman, whose Night Stalker series about Black Hawk helicopter crews has garnered feminist praise for strong women characters, the military romance subgenre includes other authors with more personal military experience. As Cindy Hwang, vice president and executive editor of Berkley Books, says, commenting that romances featuring military or ex-military characters and themes have been popular for years. Instead of the social class elitism those alpha heroes exhibit a la Darcy in Pride and PrejudiceSEALs exhibit the elite stature of competence and heroism longed for in modern life.

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These heroes promise strength, safety and military-grade sex. Military men and women exemplify what readers want in their romantic heroes: bravery, loyalty, strength, and the willingness to make extreme sacrifices. The soldier has long been a heroic image of masculinity. But, Mary K. Chelton was able to do just that.

The increasing focus of romance novels on military heroes, taking their cues from the headlines, has increased along with the of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. While neither Brockmann nor Hamilton is in the military, nor is one of the most successful recent authors of the genre—M. SEAL alpha heroes might also be considered popular culture representations of the Jungian warrior archetype, 10 whose appeal is explained by romance author, librarian, and scholar of romance, Jayne Ann Krentz: Genre fiction draws its power from the ancient heroic archetypes, not modern angst.

In her own words, Chelton states that this article suggests reasons for popularity of military romance, from the type of hero and appeal factors to familiar story lines and authors. Ultimately, these smart contemporary women need protecting and rescuing, and who better to do it than SEALs. Serving up some SEAL romances to their avid readers and potential crossover readers should be one of the many activities that makes adult readers advising satisfying at both ends of the interaction.

The Soldier was willing to risk his own life in order to protect those he loved. This representation prevails despite the work and education of the heroines depicted in the same books.

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Conclusion Besides the character and dramatic plot-driven appeal of the warrior hero in military romances for hardcore romance readers, the stories offer a crossover appeal for suspense and action thriller readers that can be exploited by knowledgeable readers advisors, if they can get potential genre crossover readers beyond the scantily clad torso covers. In virtually every cultural system, the Soldier was a hero because without him, that system could not endure.

This could be a description of any of the military heroes in romance novels. Other authors have been extending these situations in their stories, imitating her and capitalizing on the audience she created ever since.

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Is there a way to appeal to all that awful internalized sexism that makes us fabulously independent women still want to be swept away by a possessive billionaire barbarian—without reinforcing the worst elements of that very fantasy? The description of the SEAL alpha hero in romances is particularly important because of the idealized masculine and heroic attributes he embodies, especially as experienced through the eyes of the heroine:.

For traditional romance readers, though, there are many arguments to support the theory that romances are not anti-feminist and that women readers can distinguish between reality and fantasy. Librarians must be careful to note which part of the subgenre they are dealing with, because of these different emotional appeal variations.

Even twenty feet away, she could tell he was a SEAL. This is appealing for two reasons.

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