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Why I Love Wednesdays: Types of Endings
Wednesday January 25, 2012 at 12:30 am |
Reflections of a Bookaholic

Why I Love Wednesdays is a weekly meme created and hosted by Alexis of Reflections of a Bookaholic. Each week she posts a Why I Love Topic that she answers. If you would like to participate head on over to her site for the topic and the image. This week’s topic:

Types of Endings:

I have to admit it…I’m a sucker for a happily ever after.  With so much wrong that goes on each day, and all the crap I have to deal with regarding my health, when I escape into a book I prefer that the ending be tied up in a pretty little bow.  I want my characters healthy and happy, and in love for all time.  These types of ending are the most satisfying for me.

Every now and again I enjoy a cliffhanger ending.  If the author does it right, and I know my questions will be answered in a sequel, then I can get down with a cliffhanger.  Otherwise, give me my HEA please and thank you!

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6 Responses to “Why I Love Wednesdays: Types of Endings”

  1. Lol. I picked happily ever afters too! I’m laughing because I was almost ashamed to admit it. But I picked it for the reasons you mentioned. I like to escape and it needs to be a complete one.

  2. I love HEA but I also love open endings. It leaves it up to my imagination. I love that.

  3. Brie says:

    That’s why we read romance, right? Because of the happy endings. Life is dramatic and sad enough so I look for happiness when I read a book. 🙂