I doubt such a character can be typed, but I wouldn't be surprised if they had to take on ENTJ traits just to make it half believable. To achieve all that, a person would have to have a lot of Te. Perhaps not in character but in backstory. You can't be that... diversified and remain in control without it.About half way through the book, I looked up the author to see if she was a teenager. I really did because the characters are out of a 16 year old's fantasy. The main male character is a billionaire (not a millionaire but a billionaire) who speaks fluent French, is basically a concert level pianist, is a fully trained pilot, is athletic, drop dead gorgeous, tall, built perfectly with an enormous penis, and the best lover on the planet. In addition, he's not only self made but is using his money to combat world hunger. Oh yeah, and all of this at the ripe old age of 26! And on top of that, he's never working. Every second is spent having sex or texting and emailing the female character. His billions seem to have just come about by magic. It seriously feels like 2 teenage girls got together and decided to create their "dream man" and came up with Christian Grey.
I laughed and gave up the tags. It is comedy.I don't know what happens in the remaining books and I do not intend to read them to find out. But given the maturity level of the first book, I imagine that they get married, have 2 perfect children, cure world hunger, and live happily ever after while riding into the sunset, as the female character climaxes on her horse causing her to chew her bottom lip and blush fifty shades of crimson. Jeez!
The power that he harnesses in his life. He excels at business. He knows what he wants and he does what he can to get it. If he can't he moves on. He is firm in his beliefs but willing to compromise. Clean, well put together. Beautiful house. Can be sensitive to others feelings, but it's a process.Why?
Thanks. Out of curiosity, how did you know all these things without reading it?The power that he harnesses in his life. He excels at business. He knows what he wants and he does what he can to get it. If he can't he moves on. He is firm in his beliefs but willing to compromise. Clean, well put together. Beautiful house. Can be sensitive to others feelings, but it's a process.
You know, he's actually the stereotypical ENTJ. I could just copy the strengths and weaknesses of ENTJs from a website and that would be him in a nutshell.
The supposed target demographic for Twilight was teenage/young adult females, and Bella herself was only 17.Whenever I hear of 50 shades I get reminded of this image posted from a Sainsbury's Local (one of our supermarkets)
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Besides if survey statistics are remotely correct. These books should appeal to an older crowd. Wasn't the woman who wrote this in her 50s? Similarly the vast consumers of homoerotic fiction are also women 35+.
But I don't know of the characters in the book to type them. So I suppose this was a threadjack.