Is it ever possible to love two people, equally, without one becoming a favorite? In some cultures men are able to take more than one wife. In interviews, they will often claim that they love all their wives equally.
Do you buy this? Are they fooling themselves, or just their wives?
Or can a man love in a way that women cannot?
Would it be possible for a bisexual man to love a man and woman equally?
Men and women are so different, is it possible to love them in the same way? Or is it a case, if you can’t love them in the same way you do love them differently, and therefore not equally?
How would you feel about, if you learnt that your partner loved another person, and you? Could you accept it? Do you believe it is possible? Would your concept of ‘love’ demand exclusivity? Would you feel cheated, betrayed? Would you fight to win them back exclusively?
Tell me what you think.
These are some of the ideas that will be explored in my up coming novel Kpasa. A love bisexual triangle.
Look out for it this winter.
In the meantime why not read one of my short taster novels.
Femme Fatale: Slave to My Nature Series eBook: Robert India: BUY FROM KINDLE STORE
Svetlana in Heels: A short story about the power of beautiful feet eBook: Robert India: BUY FROM KINDLE STORE