Anonymous asked: Love your blog! :D One question: my main character is a male who finds “the one” in the second book, and he’s very happy with her, but his best friend says he doesn’t like her and that she’ll hurt him at the end. However, the main doesn’t listen to him. Anyways, his relationship gradually ruins and she dumps him. But along the way (even when he was in love with the girl), the main always notices that his best friend is attractive and in the end, he realizes that he would date him. Is this okay?
If it makes sense with his sexual orientation, I *think* that would be okay. But if you play him off as straight and suddenly make him bisexual or gay at the end, that’s going to be deus ex machina. Maybe—assuming he’s gay or bisexual—you could have the friend comforting him during one of the couple’s early fights, and build in subtle hints that he’s starting to find his friend attractive. That’s just my take on it. WQA community, what are your thoughts? :)