I had this idea. Not sure how readers would view it but I think it would be something unexpected for sure. I was just imaging a sex scene as a fight scene...now I don't think this has been done often before in writing...it is a bit strange to say the least...so my novel's lead heroine is lured to have sex with her supposed lover (ideally I would say it's a female lover). She believes she has a relationship with this lover and she's known her for a while. The thing is the supposed lover lures my heroine into a trap as they have sex...and the lover attempts to choke my heroine. They struggle and my heroine is completely shocked/backstabbed. This is kind of a weird idea, I don't know if I should ever write it but I have a feeling it might be a good way to demonstrate how vulnerable one can be and would definitely be something unexpected in the story. I think it could definitely add to the story. Not to say that I'd really write much about the sex part but my heroine's supposed lover wants to kill my heroine and would shock readers that the lover is a villain. I would drop hints before hand of the lover's motives for doing so. Ideas? Thoughts? Given that hopefully my heroine survives this awkward encounter, I think it'd show her strength and also show that no one is to be trusted. Trust and Second Chances are a huge theme in the story. Let me know what y'all think of this unusual event. I've never seen such a thing in a movie or book before but I think it'd be an interesting twist. And I'm definitely not doing this just to have a sex scene in the story...I would only write this scene in my story if it adds to it and shows what kind of characters these two are. The lover...A character the readers believe to be a great and charming character turns against my heroine (and like I said there will be hints for her turning against my heroine before this scene happens).