Tell me Something Tuesday with Elena: Love triangles…

Tell Me Something Tuesday


Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion hosted by Rainy Day Ramblings.


This week’s question:

Do you think readers are starting to reject love triangles?

I don’t know about you guys, but I personally am not very keen on love triangles and I’ve never was. Most of the times they make my head spin and leave me frustrated. There was only one love triangle I tolerated, but to be completely honest, I never even considered it a love triangle to begin with *coughTwilightcough*.

So what about you? If you do like love triangles, are you starting to reject them? Do you love them or hate them? Let me know in the comments.



About Elena

Literature is my passion. I love reading so much that I spend countless hours in bookstores and libraries. I have a soft spot for poetry and art. I like traveling and discovering new places. I can't do without a book.

7 thoughts on “Tell me Something Tuesday with Elena: Love triangles…

  1. mothergolf says:

    yeah, they can get ‘old’ very fast…..didn’t mind the Jack Hyde thing in FSOG ’cause he wasn’t a lover, well, maybe in his own twisted mind, but I would rather have a villain than the triangle …….


  2. mothergolf says:

    every time I comment I get this sassy emoji ?, and I don’t know how to change it… looks like I”m man, and I”m not………


  3. Jana says:

    As much as I tell myself that I don’t really care for love triangles, a good number of my favorite books are. Thoughtless (SC Stephens), Collide/Pulse (Gail McHugh), Arsen (Mia Asher) are just a few. If it’s done well, gives me a pretty clear picture of who to root for and doesn’t leave me throwing my Kindle when it’s over then I’ll keep on reading them (based mostly on trusted reader recommendations).


  4. Kristine says:

    Those are my favorites! Im a fan of love triangles. Thats true story because people can make mistakes, nobady is perfect in this world.


  5. Jen S. says:

    *spoiler alert* I just read Consolation and although it doesn’t start out as a triangle…the cliffhanger!!! I can’t wait for the sequel. In general I’m ok with a triangle. I guess it depends on the story and the “why”.


  6. KYbookworm says:

    Triangles are ok, as long as the “other” guy gets a girl too, (hello, twilight), The “Avoiding” series by K.A. Linde, drove me batshit crazy! I loved it and hated it, and couldn’t put it down. By the end of the series, I felt like I had a split personality. Tarryn Fisher’s “The Oppurtunist, Dirty Red, and Thief, are a good example of the “other” woman being a villain, it was easier to read, and didn’t make me want to punch the wall.


  7. It just depends on the story and characters. Sometimes I’m on board with them, and others……….not so much. If it adds to the plot, then I love them and wouldn’t complain.


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