Friday, 11 June 2021

{Book Blogger Hop} - Love Triangle Plots




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What's your opinion on love triangle plots?

This week's prompt submitted by Julie @ Stepping Stone Book Reviews.



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  Billy's Answer

Love triangle plots are done to death in the romance genre. However, I don't mind reading a love triangle story if it's well-written with interesting characters.

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3 comments:

  1. I completely agree. I don’t read any full-on romance books, so I don’t find it in my books often but I do see it in fantasy occasionally and a twisted version in thrillers even more rarely. As long as it is well-written and not contrived, I’m fine with it.

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  2. They definitely have been overdone, and I hate the sloppy solution of killing a character off to solve the problem.

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  3. I agree! They definitely have been done to death. I avoid them now.

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