Feature & Follow

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly feature hosted by 
Parajunkee’s View and Alison Can Read

Q:What is a deal breaker for you in a book? For example, do you abhor love triangles? Or can’t deal with bad editing?

A: LOVE Triangles!!! I  can't stand them.Normally there're predictable.Like one  character is just not the right choice and you know they won't be picked in the end. Plus I don't see love triangles as "love" or like a choice.I see it as added drama that I can't stand.

I could be loving a story ,but when the author throws that third person in I'm like 

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  1. It takes a lot for me to quite reading a book. I've only quite 3 or 4 books in my reading lifetime. I'm a new follower via GFC and would love for you to visit me when you can...

    The Scarf Princess

  2. Same sentiments about love triangles, although I've built up a grudging tolerance for them. But I still won't read any YA novel with a love triangle (except for The Infernal Devices).

    Starry Storm

  3. I also really hate when love triangles have really predictable endings... but some CAN be done well. I know I'm biting my nails to find out who Tessa finally ends up with in Clockwork Princess!

    new follower :)

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    1. pshhh whoops! I'm an old follower! I totally forgot I already followed! X)

  4. I don't mind triangles, but I totally get how they can be cheesy and/or cliche. They need to be done well or they get way annoying. :D Old follower. My FFs are at Musings on Fantasia and LKHill. Happy Friday! :D

  5. New follower, just hopping by the FF here's my link PageGirlsPageofBookReviews

  6. Yeah love triangles can get annoying. Sometimes it feels like they are there simply to be there. Really bad love triangles like that make the book a little less enjoyable.

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    Old Follower :)

  7. Hi, I am a new follower. I don't like love triangles when the only purpose is to have a love triangle. You are right about being able to predict the outcome way too easily. I do, however, like them when they add another layer of conflict. I especially like them in a mystery/suspense.

  8. LOVE your answer . . I had a rant that like on my blog last week . .I took up a whole post!!!! LOL!!! I even had to stop reading 'The Iron Fey' series because I was so fed up! I am a new follower and if you'd like to follow back my link is http://kvlovesbooks.blogspot.co.uk/ thanks xx

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  10. Love triangle is a popular answer this week! I personally don't really mind them, as long they're done right. I agree about some of them being predictable, though.

    Have a great weekend!
    Pam @ jellylovesbooks

  11. Haha, I totally agree! Although, I have to say; sometimes they can work.

    FF @thedailyprophecy.
    Old follower!

  12. They don't bother me that much unless the person refuses to ever choose and that's the basis of the story.
    Old Follower
    My FF

  13. Depends on the story with love triangles.


  14. I know what you mean. While I've really enjoyed SOME love-triangles I feel they're WAY too overdone lately, especially in ya. And to be honest, I'm not the kind of girl who'd fantasize about being in an actual love-triangle to start with! I always know right away which boy I'd choose, and then I get mad at the MC for not making up her mind! LOL. Anyways great answer & thanks for sharing. Here's my FFF this week

    Micheline @ Lunar Rainbows
    (old follower)

  15. Yes! They are just more drama. I mean, occasionally they can be well written and actually contribute to the character growth and story line, but usually that's not the case. And even in the well written ones I still can't stand them. Take Cassandra Clare's The Infernal Devices series for instance. It feels like nails on a chalkboard to me whenever Jem and Tessa are in a scene together. I like Jem, but it's so obvious that he's the odd man out in that triangle. It's annoying to read at times.

    Jesse @ Pretty In Fiction

  16. I agree. Love triangles are cliche and generally predictable. They're not exactly a deal-breaker for me, but I want to feel like a love triangle is necessary to a plot and not just introduced as romantic tension filler. (And they usually are filler).

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