Ever watch National Geographic and realize that we as humans are not that different from the animal world? As a single female, you would assume that dating would be easy considering marriage statistics are down indicating more single people live in the world. Not the case. As we age, the scene changes and we lose the options we had when we were younger. The chances of meeting your potential mate become vastly smaller with the dating scene as regional as the animal world. Herds migrate and the competition is brutal in some locations. We as humans dress to impress much like a monkey grooms their fur. From the most violent mating battles to the subtlest courting rituals, we are very similar.
This might be the very reason that women have now been dubbed cougar, panther or puma. It’s the human relation to the animal world. Older women are no longer afraid to search for a younger mate. More women are single into their later years. What is it that truly defines an older female as a cougar, panther or puma? At what age is the man considered a cub to her cougar?
Speaking of Cougars, you very rarely find a Romance novel with the scenario of an older female and a younger male. Why is that? Are the writers afraid of the repercussions from their audience? Because Romance novels are such a great escape from the real world, I’d love to read a fantasy book about an older woman who meets a younger hero. That’s what fiction is supposed to be all about right? Fiction authors were meant to fulfill our fantasies and our dreams escaping the realities of life.What types of books are your favorite and why?
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