Title and Description

Terry Spear--USA Today Bestselling Author of Urban Fantasy Romance, Medieval Highland Romances, and Paranormal Young Adult Romance

Friday, July 22, 2011

What Makes a Man Strong?



What makes a man strong?

This is what Ian MacNeill, hero from Heart of the Highland Wolf would say about it:

A man can show his strength by wielding a hefty Scottish claymore against his enemy, or protecting those he loves from harm. But sometimes true strength is admitting one is wrong. Aye, even me. Or saying I am sorry from the bottom of my heart, or laughing at my own folly. What shows a man’s power is demonstrating that he can forgive those who give him grief, like my cousin, who still haunts Argent Castle. Making sacrifices of my own needs or compromising when it would be easier to stand my ground shows strength of character. As a Highland clan leader and pack leader, it is important for me to lead by example, but at times I give up the reigns to let others lead, and I am proud to say they are my fellow clansmen and women. A man is strong indeed who can kneel before the woman he loves and say how much he needs her in his life, and mean it with all his heart, like I intend to do with the woman I love.


What do you think makes a man strong???

Would Ian be able to sweep you off your feet with his strength???

Terry

"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male."

www.terryspear.com


3 comments:

Jessica said...

Ian could sweep me off my feet at anytime, anyplace! Yummy!

I'm with you on the whole admitting when you are wrong showing strength. Also, letting someone know how much you care, saying those big painful words...I love you...and not just at special moments, but while he is helping with the dishes, or changing diapers! I know for some men it's like trying to pull teeth from a chicken!

diva donna said...

Ian could sweep me off my feet anytime. And then he can come out and pull the weeds out of my boulevard. That would be strong. Seriously, strength of character is harder to obtain than physical strength. Admitting you're wrong shows character. And that we're right. That's even better.

Terry Spear/Terry Lee Wilde said...

Teeth from a chicken, Jessica? Too funny! Yeah, I so agree!!!

I agree, Donna!!

You all are going to have to take turns having Ian sweep you off your feet. LOL :)