Cowboy Casanova is finished. Throughout the story, he stands tall, his legs with a slight bow, a smile that never fails to turn a rotten situation better. As women appear in his life, I studied seduction to understand the secret behind his charisma.
It starts thousands of years ago when power was mainly won by physical violence and maintained by men with their brute strength.
The king or emperor had to be merciless. Most men followed the king’s example. I wondered what was a woman to do? The way the world worked, she had no weapon that would make a man do what she wanted.
However, she learned that if she could lure a man away from war, politics, or in the case of Casanova Cowboy away from his helter-skelter way of life, and IF she could get him to spend time in her world, she could entice him with what she had to offer.
King David, Julius Caesar, Mark Antony all became slaves of clever women like Bathsheba, Helen of Troy, Cleopatra ( in Casanova Cowboy’s life, it is Alexis). They dazzle with their appearances and lifestyles and tease a man’s imagination.
I discovered that a woman can work on a man’s mind by keeping him wanting more of her elevated moods (such a Stormy with her playful emotions and ideas). To plan and create enchantment, find ways to get inside their world, to see it with their eyes and in that way learn what makes them tick.
She realizes men are vulnerable to visual, women to words. Women have the power to draw people with their character, their words, and the ability to stir emotions. Some men are easier studies than others.
Chiefly, however, most men have one weakness – sex. This is mainly true except in the case of Casanova Cowboy. But you have to read his story to underway why that is so.
But, it will be some time before his story can be told. Another of my novels, that of a French girl during WWII, is being republished under a new title and cover. Lebensborn Secrets is soon off to the publisher. There’s a lot of seduction in this story, too, although it’s more a study of Nazi public relations and how they dazzled and held the world in fear for so many years.