It hit Kyle in that moment; hell, it didn’t just hit him, it slammed into him like a semi-truck that he loved that woman. She was the first thing on his mind when he woke up and the last thing at night before bed. He’d let her so damn far into his life; he didn’t even let his ex wife past the front of his heart. He’d never given himself fully to her, but with Erin, he’d laid everything on the line for her.
Who was this man that had swooped in and taken her heart? Every part of her fought against the magnetic pull of letting him in, and in three short days, he’d busted through more of her walls than she wanted to happen. Erin never thought that she’d ever find love, and it had been under her nose all this time
CBC Romantics are doing our first traveling blog; Heroes We Are Thankful For.
Seriously, what woman hasn’t looked at a doctor and taken a double take? I mean, come on, the way the scrubs fit tightly across their muscles and how the pants just seem to hold their butts just right. I really never gave it much thought until I started helping in a hospital as a teen, and boy, was it hard not to see. Or, when I went to my first OB-GYN appt and the doctor was hot. (Shh don’t tell my husband,, he might go all alpha on me. He knows what doctor I’m talking about.)
What woman doesn’t want a man who takes his work seriously and isn’t afraid to jump in, and doesn’t care if he ticks someone off? And heroes like that just makes a woman’s heart flutter against her chest. He has to act quickly in an emergency, and she knows that if something serious ever comes up, he’ll be able to handle the crisis without giving it a moment’s thought. Sure, a lot of them are alpha and have an arrogance about them, but you always know that’s not how they really are; at times they have to wear a mask to get through certain cases.
Some of my favorite shows on TV are medical shows. I’m a huge Grey’s Anatomy fan. I like the scene where Christine Yang goes after Owen Hunt outside the bar. They had been fighting their attraction to each other and had to over come some things, but it all burst right there. He kissed her and pressed his body against hers, pinning her against the brick wall. And when they looked at each other, you could see how much they loved one another, and that he’d do anything for her.
And who could forget the arrogant Mark Sloan. He’s known for sleeping around and using women, but when it comes to Lexie, he wants to do better and be a better man, but he screws up and tries to get her back. One of my favorite scenes with them is where Mark comes out of a patient’s room and Lexie is working at the nurse’s station. You can see the tension between them and she moves over and kisses him.
What kind of hero are you thankful for? Tell me I really want to know.
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