The examples you are about to see do NOT happen in romance novels. That is all...
We don’t wear glasses to be pretty for you
Women wear glasses so that they can see. It really doesn’t have anything to do with men. Glasses also don’t change a woman’s bone structure in any way, so actually, she’s just as pretty with them as she is without them. Long-story-short, telling a woman she’d be prettier with her glasses off is a good way to get nut-punched by a woman who needs her glasses to find her way from the bed to the bathroom every morning.
Wives don’t automatically hate sexy women
Wives don’t automatically get their hate on because another woman is sexy. To do so would imply that every sexy woman is somehow a threat to them, or that being sexy is a bad thing. (And off topic: pores aren’t really what any woman ever refers to as “curvaceous”. That’s just weird.)
Periods...just avoid talking about them
It’s safest to just not write about periods, but if you have to, please, for the love of all that’s holy, ask a woman to verify what you’ve written. And just so you know...we do not leave trails of blood all over our houses like a gunshot victim when we have our periods.
And one other thing…
This one’s just a general tip. In romance novels, the guy who orgasms, then falls asleep with no thought to whether or not the woman has also orgasmed, does NOT end up with the woman at the end of the book. Just sayin’. Do with that information what you will...