Not really! We're really very new-millennium: I do what I want, he does what he wants( for the most part), we're best friends and equal voting partners. I started to release my books and told him after I did it. He hopped jobs into new location in So Cal and told me the day he did it. And everything is all good because we've been together too long to fight anything out and we really like each other, which is as important as really loving each other.
That's not to say that writing romance and the male personality are not a tough mix at times. My husband hasn't read any of my books. Not even The Girl on the Half Shell, though I am pleased about that. I did lift a few of my husbands best lines for Alan. Heck, they worked on me! So it was all good, until I shared an email with my husband from a reader and he saw one of his favorite phrases in it. His go to phrase when I'm being a very difficult queen of the universe, that one that always makes me smile and defuses the situation to the point where I laugh and all is good again.
He wasn't very pleased I used it for my character Alan. But then I told him, you are the best parts of all the heroes I write.
Honey, women love you!