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Specifically, main character Rachel Morgan and villain turned…less villainous, Trent Kalamack.
I’m a sucker for weddings, and “You Are Cordially Invited” remains one of my all-time favorites on page or screen.While both brothers have had fleeting romantic entanglements in the show, I find it fascinating that the strongest character bonds over the 12 seasons have been that of friendship and family. That said, when I come across a good romance that happens in the background of a greater story that I’m reading or watching, I usually turn into a great big sucker.This is another subtle win for diversity in speculative fiction, along with an important distinction in a culture of entertainment that sometimes feels like it promotes the idea that characters can only be fulfilled once they have achieved a romantic partnership. A really great example of such a relationship takes place in Kim Harrison’s urban fantasy series The Hollows.Rachel starts out the series trying her hardest to bring Trent, a shady businessman, to justice.Over the course of the next ELEVEN novels, the readers are given the opportunity to watch these two truly difficult individuals circle each other, try and fail to have other relationships, and finally come to realize their attraction to each other before ultimately giving in.It seems like there’s always a couple that I’m rooting to end up together on my favorite TV show, book series, or movie franchise.
Unfortunately, once we finally get to that big kiss/I love you/marriage proposal, a lot of authors/screen writers/showrunners don’t seem to know what to do with them next.
Finn doesn’t object, but can an android really consent? Gribble: My favorite love stories from speculative fiction taught me that love can be deep, but it can take many forms.
It’s a quietly elegant story of two people, human and android, trying to cope with the way society operates and how it impacts their relationship. And especially that not all love stories have happy endings.
As a teenager, Cat falls in love with Finn, though he lacks the emotions to reciprocate.
Is it OK for a human to use an android to serve their sexual and emotional needs?
Of course, there is conflict, coming from both outside of their relationship (the Napoleonic Wars! (1999-2004), about a human astronaut finding his place among a crew of ragtag alien prisoners on the other side of the galaxy, pursued by an intergalactic force, with no way home.