Don’t we ALL love to wait for that toe curling, heart pounding moment in which the characters we love to adore or maybe love to hate finally lock lips??
‘Tis a glorious moment indeed.
See? This Gif and I are on the same page here.
If you don’t appreciate this feeling….we can longer associate. You are no longer a part of the sweet bumblebee club and I banish you.
Not really. Yes really.
(This is totally random but did you guys hear about that new planet, I think it’s called Kepler something like that? Well apparently scientists are investigating it and it had almost the same requirements as Earth does to support life and water. HOW. COOLIO. IS. THAT??
*rolls eyes and sighs* Yesssss queen bee Kei. We heard. This is such old news.
Ehem. *clears throat* sorry for the interruption. Your scheduled programming is now back in session.
You know that tense moment when you know the kiss is about to happen. Your heart beat picks up. Your blood pressure shoots up, and if you’re an emotional reader and feed off the delicious emotions in your book like me, you may experience butterflies in the pit of your stomach as as the story progresses and you wait for that big moment to happen.
And then…oh, then when it does.
It’s about to go down.
But now I have a question for you. (And don’t worry. This question was hand picked so I’m sure you shall love it.)
When should that first kiss happen?
♥The beginning? (*gags and smells the reeking smell of insta-love*)
♥The middle? (Hmm. You have Queen bee Keionda’s attention.)
♥The middle/end? (*smiles and nods* now you’re speaking my language)
♥The end? (Eh. WHY YOU MAKE ME WAIT SO LONG??)
I don’t like it when that first kiss happens way too early in the book. I like to connect with the characters first and foremost so I can then give a crap about the plot and what evil genius things are being thrown at my now beloved BFF’S. But I digress.
I like and prefer to have a challenge. AND WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THIS KEIONDA?
I like it if there is drama–lots of it. You know, something the characters are fighting for (which can be fighting for each other or…fighting against each other for some reason.
I guess it’s just a mixture between the fights, the angst and the heartache, sprinkled in with the right amount of happy moments, the flirty ones to really make me appreciate the lovers journey together so I can be able to be in THE MOMENT when that delicious, thrilling moment happens.
Over to you:
So, for me I like it if the kiss doesn’t happen to soon in the sorry but but not too late in the ending to where I’m crying because I just want to reach in the book and plaster their faces together and be like: YOU TWO JUST NEED TO KISS ALREADY, LET ME HELP YOU. So how about you guys? And do you think the plot and character development have anything to do with it when that special moment should happen?