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I find that I'm drawn to books that are more hero-centric. I really enjoy being in the hero's head, and finding out what makes him tick. This is not to say that I don't also like reading about the heroine, but I guess I'm just more fascinated by the hero. I find men interesting, probably because they don't always react in ways that make sense to me :)
Paradoxically enough, it's often easier for me to write in the hero's point of view. I think that's because I'm constantly questioning the character's motivations and actions. I don't subject my heroine to that much scrutiny, since on a fundamental level I already 'get' her.
What about you? Do you prefer to read the hero or the heroine's thoughts? If you're a writer, which point of view is easier for you to write in?