I am interested hearing people's thoughts on developing non-romantic chemistry between two characters. I am currently writing a story where the two main characters are female (and probably will be related to each other) and I don't want their interactions to be boring. To me, having good chemistry means that the two characters together have something that invokes emotion (negative or positive) in the reader that they wouldn't have by themselves. I'm not sure if that's a very good definition though. Another thing that made me wonder about this is I was watching the show Jane the Virgin and the interaction between two of the characters, Jane and Petra, who I feel have very good chemistry. This made me think back on other relationships between females and realize many of them are pretty boring. (However I've been watching a lot of TV lately rather than reading, so maybe this is different in books than on TV.) Can anyone give me some examples of female characters who have good non-romantic chemistry, whether in books, on TV, maybe in real life, etc? Also, why do you think these characters have good chemistry? You could give some examples of two male characters too, and if chemistry between two men differs from chemistry between two women. I'm less interested in non-romantic chemistry between a man and a woman because I've seen that a lot in in books and on TV before.