kuri_chii wrote:He's a perfect gentleman, a woman's dream they said but he [doesn't know] what real love is.
That's a decent story pitch. But to get people interested, you will need at least a few interesting characters and a setting. When you have time, think about the following:
* Your main character is a rich guy, and he's presumably heterosexual. But apart from that, who is he? Does he have a predetermined personality? Does the reader define who he is through actions and perhaps statistics? Is he a blank slate who just stands in for the audience?
* What other characters exist in the story? Generally speaking, it's wise to avoid including too many. I think you'll benefit if you include only as many as the story requires. It seems safe to assume there will be at least one love interest. Perhaps there will be meaningful roles for family, friends, other possible love interests, rivals, antagonists, fellow students/coworkers, teachers/bosses, and so on.
* Where and when does it happen? The events in your story could take place in a setting which you know well (present-day or recent past, and in a relatively realistic version of a place you've lived in). If the setting is unfamiliar (a town or nation you don't personally know; the distant past or years into future), then you will benefit from doing some research.
* Audience: Think about what sort of content is appropriate. How worksafe is your romance story? What sort of content rating would it realistically get? Are there story-relevant scenes of violence? Subject matter which is horrifying, depressing, or only appropriate for mature audiences?
* Theme and tone: Do you have a message to convey to the audience? What can people expect from your VN -- comedy, drama, calm everyday life, or something else? Is the pacing fast, slow, or somewhere in between?
* Gameplay: Do you want to create complex gameplay, or do you want to focus on the story?