Saturday, October 20, 2018

Five YA books that reinvent the love triangle trope

Rachel Strolle is a librarian and a reader. At the BN Teen Blog she tagged "five books with well done, unique love triangles that reinvent the trope." One title to make the list:
Rule, by Ellen Goodlett

After the death of the heir, three illegitimate daughters of a dying king are brought to the palace to see if one of them might be fit to rule. One has spent her life as a lady’s maid, one grew up surrounded by rebels, and one has lived most of her life as a part of a group of travelers. Matters become complicated when the king’s young wife (unwillingly wed to him through an arranged marriage) and one of the girls begin falling for each other.
Read about another entry on the list.

My Book, The Movie: Rule.

The Page 69 Test: Rule.

--Marshal Zeringue