A Love Affair with Love Geometry
I love a great love triangle. I love to see the passion, the angst, the desire to love two men (or two women) and how that desire can tear them apart. I really love it when the men involved have a close relationship, too. One of the things I find so perfect about the Damon-Elena-Stefan dynamic is that the brothers do love each other and keep sacrificing for each other even as they compete for the woman they both love. It's complicated and messy. It's passionate and bittersweet. It's triumph and tragedy.
But that's a triangle for you.
|Book 2 of the Fevered Hearts|
In both my recent novel Cassandra's Dilemma and the soon to be released Brave are the Lonely (March 6), love geometry plays a significant part. In the first, Cassandra Belle is torn between two powerful men, men who's animosity and antipathy for the other threatens to keep her in the path of danger unless they can find a way past it. In the second, Cody is torn between the love his wolf half committed to and the desire he discovers with Mariska. It's a twist on the love triangle, one that presented all the elements of a lost first love and a discovery of a true passion and more.
|Book 1 of the Forbidden Legacy|
What is your favorite love triangle? Or do you not like them? I'd love to hear your thoughts, I am giving one lucky commentator their choice of Cassandra's Dilemma or Brave are the Lonely. You can read the first chapter of both books at my website!
Heather Long lives in Texas with her family and their menagerie of animals. As a child, Heather skipped picture books and enjoyed the Harlequin romance novels by Penny Jordan and Nora Roberts that her grandmother read to her. Heather believes that laughter is as important to life as breathing and that the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus are very real. In the meanwhile, she is hard at work on her next novel. Keep up with Heather via her website.