So in my story there's a love triangle. There's also a third girl the MC is supposedly in love with, but she's really a McGuffin that the MC works towards and realizes in the end she's not what he's looking for at all. Anyway, as I was shuffling the scenes around with index cards, I was wondering if it's a good idea to separate "hot" or emotionally intensive scenes with mundane scenes? By hot scene I don't mean they necessarily make out or get physical. I mean it's a scene that obviously strengthens the relationship between the two, adds sparks through some event etc. Would a structure like the following be good? 1. Hot Scene with Girl A 2. Mundane (e.g. MC does something unrelated to either girls.) 3. Hot Scene with Girl B 4. Mundane 5. Hot Scene with Girl A ...repeat Like hilly terrain, with high points (hot) and low points (mundane). Also, would this be a turn off? 1. Hot Scene with Girl A 2. Hot Scene with Girl B Because I was thinking that the reader has just ended a high energy scene with MC and Girl A, and then gets thrown immediately into scene with MC and Girl B. Would this make the MC seem lecherous? And therefore decrease his general appeal? Thanks for the advice!