The love triangle is a very popular trope in romance and young adult novels. The reader is driven throughout the story, wanting to find out whether our protagonist will choose the dark, brooding stranger or the warm and kind friend they’ve had since childhood. We’ve all encountered it in some form of popular media, and whether we love or hate it, it seems like it’s here to stay.
Content Warnings: infidelity, murder.
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Written by Jesse Hawke, with content editing by Lanie Hobbs.
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