Who hasn't watched romantic movies and read romance novels? Whether you are a fan or not, most likely, you would still know the general plot and gist of these fictional stories.
More often than not, the basic happenings of a romance book or movie goes something like this: the hero and heroine meet each other. Naturally, they fall in love and, in some cases, almost practically at first sight.
After that, there's some deviation depending on the story's plot such as the hero's family disliking the heroine or the heroine having another love interest. Basically, stuff happens but, regardless of that, the hero and heroine end up dating.
They soon get married and you can see just how happy the couple are. They don't appear to have any problems in their relationship. Any fight they do have is considered petty or is quickly resolved. No matter what happens, they still stay together.
It's always a happily-ever-after in these kinds of stories. It seems that, regardless of whatever harrowing trials and tribulations the hero and heroine face, they always triumph against these obstacles.
They still end up together, never mind that the odds are so highly stacked against them and the entire world seems bent on keeping them apart from each other. In the end, they still get their happy ending.
Everything just seems so perfect and romantic that it’s natural for anyone to wish for a perfect romantic relationship like those that can be seen in movies and novels.
Really, who wouldn't want to have such a wonderful and special connection with someone who would go to the ends of the earth, face anything and everything just to protect you and be with you?