In my work, my goal is to show that the hero is a better fit for the heroine, than the two men she married (or agreed to marry) before him.
The first husband uses his influence to get the woman a "vice-presidency" in a startup with less authority and remuneration than the other VPs.
The second prospective husband is a wealthy man won't help her in her career but offers the woman the luxuries of life as a consolation prize.
The third man is the CEO of his own company who pumps enough money into the woman's company (a supplier) to change that company's internal balance of power in her favor, as well as giving her an idea of how to take it over.
The woman is primarily motivated by her career, and largely judges her men by who helps her in this regard.
Given that all four people come from a similar social class, is this sufficient grounds for "fit," or do I need to get into other issues such as shared tastes or cultural similarities, etc.?