Themes in Writing: Introducing Future Couples


Introducing Future Couples

Third person point of view Paranormal Romance series featuring a different main couple in each book is my jam. Maybe it’s because I don’t like staying in one character’s head for too long. I also tend to steer clear of first person POV so I don’t have to hear the hero or heroine talk about themselves throughout the entire book. πŸ˜‰

But perhaps the biggest reason I like reading about a new central couple each time are the encounters you sometimes get to see between the characters and the hope they’ll eventually get their own book someday, too. Whether the sparks are there from the start or they’ve got an enemies-to-lovers thing going on, I love seeing their interactions, even if they seem insignificant at the time. It very well could be my excitable little shipper’s heart, always looking to match up lonely souls. Or the guessing game of “Who will end up with who?” before the series is over.

Whatever it is, I say to authors: Keep ’em coming. Great characters are often the driving force behind how much I’ll like (or dislike) a romance novel and the little teases you throw in there of potential relationships always keep me reading. πŸ™‚

Other favorite themes of mine can be foundΒ here.

6 thoughts on “Themes in Writing: Introducing Future Couples

  1. I agree with what you say about bringing in new couples. I think because I do use first person POV, I’m ready to move on at the end of the story lol. I love my characters but they’ve been put on track now, and as you say, I want to go and help some other lonely souls!

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