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character types, wwi werewolf

Poll #1118482 I'd pick up a book if it had a character like that.

Which characters would you want to find in an erotic romance set in World War I, that also happens to have werewolves?

[male] A British officer who's an amusing rake, possibly with Secret Pain.
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[male] An American journalist who isn't fond of danger but is a nice guy.
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[female] A spy who is Slightly Mad and whose actions resulted in the death of her husband.
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[female] A young soldier who's pretending to be male.
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[female] A world-weary nurse who might shoot someone if they interfered with her patients.
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[male] A British officer who's a poet (what a stretch!); also possibly Jewish.
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[male] A British officer who's in love with another officer, probably the poet.
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[male] A cranky French soldier who is an expert in something useful.
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[male] Mysterious Guy from Mysterious Agency that investigates werewolves.
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[female] Mysterious Chick from Mysterious Agency that investigates werewolves.
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[male] A pacifist Red Cross volunteer who is dragged into things against his will.
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[female] A pacifist Red Cross volunteer who is dragged into things against her will.
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[male] A soldier/werewolf who's gone feral.
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[male] A Science geek named McGuffin.
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Lieutenant Ticky Box.
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You forgot this one!



[edited to add, answering comments]

The nurse could easily be a werewolf, given my Grand Theory of the Werewolves in This Book.

Ooh, Russians! Ooh, French artistocrats! Ooh, prisoners!

The Amusing Rake could either start out shell-shocked or gets that way. Also the officer-in-love-with-the-poet, particular if young and pretty.
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