To me, a Regency is about the journey of both the hero and heroine, and what they must overcome in order to be together. I've heard differing opinions on this subject; to some, it's all about the hero. To others, the heroine.
I believe an author must love both characters in order to portray them as believable people. Readers, however, might identify with either the hero or heroine.
What do you think? When you read a Regency, do you find yourself drawn more to the hero, to the heroine, or does it depend on the story?