Do you like romance subplots?
- Anonymous10 months ago
It depends on what the subplot is, I suppose.
- pianomanLv 710 months ago
Some people do, some people don't.
- bubbaLv 610 months ago
Narp what a way to ruin a good story
- bluebellbkkLv 710 months ago
I like a well-written book with a good story. Whether there are sub-plots of any kind is irrelevant.
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- chorleLv 710 months ago
Yes, preferably ones without love triangles or love trapezoids as a male reader/listener subplots is where romance belongs in stories written for me.
- MarliLv 710 months ago
Not really. I enjoyed the first Brother Cadfael mystery by Ellis Peters "A Morbid Taste For Bones" and the first of Elizabeth Peters' Amelia Peabody mysteries because the romances complicated the main plot; but Cadfael saving at least one pair of sweet young couples from themselves per novel and Amelia's Ramses doing the lovesick puppy over his parents' ward was too boring and repetitive. (I admit I didn't get tired of Amelia's and Emerson's passion; but the professor seemed to lose strength as he aged )
- 10 months ago
No I like cheese and eggs
- SathiLv 710 months ago
I only read nonfiction. Not a lot of romance subplots in those books.
- Beave VillageLv 610 months ago
Only if they are relevant to the main plot. When it's forced, it feels unnecessary and it takes one right out of the film/show/book.
- KevinLv 410 months ago
depends on the type of book, and if they are well written