The Most Controversial Trope?

the most controversial trope?

It’s a trope in romance novels that elicits such strong emotions—whether you love or hate a cheating book, people always have strong opinions on it. It’s a real-life scenario that many readers have either been involved in or know someone who has, so the topic hits too close to home. But it’s cheating and love triangle books that pull these heavy emotions out of us that we’re breathless by the time we finish. Emotionally spent. Our eyes so teary, we can barely read the final words.

That is just what happened when I wrote Even If It Hurts and I assure you … this one hurt. It will hurt you just as much as it hurt me.

When I think back to some of the love triangle/cheating books I’ve read in the past, there have been some AMAZING ones. Several come to mind that were so detailed, angsty, real, I found myself completely immersed in the stories. I am not going to say anything more about these books other than READ THEM. Lose yourself in the tales these authors have spun. They will put you through a gamut of emotions, they’ll make you want to pull your hair out, you’ll hate the cheater, and feel sorry for who didn’t get chosen for the HEA.

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Arsen by Mia Asher

The Forbidden by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Slip of the Tongue by Jessica Hawkins

What He Doesn’t Know by Kandi Steiner

Even if it Hurts by Marni Mann, out now!

When you have a perfect marriage, only an impossible reconnection could make you risk it all.

OLIVER: When I met her, I couldn’t take my eyes off her.We were so young and so passionate.We studied business in the day and each other’s bodies at night.We always knew it would end with the semester, so we loved hard with no regrets.

LANCE: When I met her, I couldn’t get her off my mind.We were fresh out of college and ready to take on the world.We fit each other like missing puzzle pieces.And just when I thought my life was perfect, it got better. She became my wife.

CHLOE: I met my first love while studying abroad in London.When I moved home, I didn’t think I’d ever fall in love again.Until I met him. The man who became my husband.The one I promised a lifetime to.Then, my first love came back into my life …And I realized that love was bigger than any one man.


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