It’s a Polygon Thing derives from love triangles and my current boyfriend's play on words turning polygamy to polygons. Polygons are closed sided-figures, meaning that there has to be at least 3 lines and it has to form a closed shape, each point having no more than two connections.
In the end, the FMC figures out that life is complicated and what's right for one person isn't necessarily right for another.
It also deals with different perspectives of love. The position of the person in a relationship falling in love with a second person so having to choose between the two people while knowing no matter what you're going to hurt someone. The person who relationship person falls in love with and so knows they're potentially ruining something good but being on pins and needles about what the other person is ultimately going to decide. And finally the person who is in the relationship and is hurt by the person they're with falling in love with someone else.
It also touches on friendzones and secret crushes, confronting fears, juggling responsibility and fun, a few good books and understanding yourself.
No writing yet!