Hi all! This is my first time posting here, and I'm looking for some advice. I'm working on writing my first novel, and it's supernatural/fantasy. My central character is a lesbian, and she starts out the story in a very strong, healthy, committed relationship. While the relationship isn't the main focus of the plot, it's definitely a major point. Throughout the story, I plan to throw in things that test them and cause them to doubt each other, even create a possibility for the end of the relationship. No cheating or anything like that, no thanks. My issue is, I have another character, a character that I love. She and my MC have an undeniable connection. I don't know whether to pursue her chemistry with my main character or leave them as friends and use that to complicate things. I don't want any sort of love triangle though, that feels very overdone and unnecessary for me. As writers, what would you do? As readers, what would you prefer? Help!