Three Sides of a Heart: Stories about Love Triangles

Three Sides of a Heart: Stories about Love Triangles

You may think you know the love triangle, but you've never seen love triangles like these. These top YA authors tackle the much-debated trope of the love triangle, and the result is sixteen fresh, diverse, and romantic stories you don?t want to miss. This collection, edited by Natalie C. Parker, contains stories written by Renee Ahdieh, Rae Carson, Brandy Colbert, Katie Cotu You may think you know the love triangle, but you've never seen love triangles like these. These top YA auth...

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Title:Three Sides of a Heart: Stories about Love Triangles
Author:Natalie C. Parker
Rating:
Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:0062424475
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

Three Sides of a Heart: Stories about Love Triangles Reviews

  • Lauren
    Sep 30, 2015

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

  • Melanie
    Aug 15, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

  • Jennifer
    Apr 23, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

  • Heather 'Bookables'
    Feb 14, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

  • Alahna
    Oct 28, 2015

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

  • - ̗̀  jess  ̖́-
    Mar 07, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

    Mini Review: Not one of the better anthologies I've read. There were a ton of diverse stories, but a lot were sci-fi or fantasy, which is hard to do in short fiction. A lot of these felt rushed and underdeveloped. There were a few good ones - Brandy Colbert, Lamar Giles, Sabaa Tahir (s...

    I want to burn this. ...

    Okay, I enjoyed a couple of stories in this - namely "Riddles in Mathematics" by Katie Cotugno, "Dread South" by Justina Ireland, and "Lessons for Beginners" by Julie Murphy. Of these, "Dread South" was definitely my favourite - zombie apocalypse AND historical fiction? Um, sign me up?...

  • Stacee
    Nov 24, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

  • Sarah
    Oct 25, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    Oct 09, 2015

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

  • Gillian Berry
    Apr 27, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

  • Bonnie-Anne Carmichael (Love Triangles Are Fucking Stupid.)
    Sep 30, 2015

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

    Mini Review: Not one of the better anthologies I've read. There were a ton of diverse stories, but a lot were sci-fi or fantasy, which is hard to do in short fiction. A lot of these felt rushed and underdeveloped. There were a few good ones - Brandy Colbert, Lamar Giles, Sabaa Tahir (s...

    I want to burn this. ...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    Sep 17, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

  • destiny ☠ howling libraries
    Oct 14, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

  • Christy
    Feb 09, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

  • Bekka
    Sep 17, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

    Mini Review: Not one of the better anthologies I've read. There were a ton of diverse stories, but a lot were sci-fi or fantasy, which is hard to do in short fiction. A lot of these felt rushed and underdeveloped. There were a few good ones - Brandy Colbert, Lamar Giles, Sabaa Tahir (s...

    I want to burn this. ...

    Okay, I enjoyed a couple of stories in this - namely "Riddles in Mathematics" by Katie Cotugno, "Dread South" by Justina Ireland, and "Lessons for Beginners" by Julie Murphy. Of these, "Dread South" was definitely my favourite - zombie apocalypse AND historical fiction? Um, sign me up?...

    Everyone hates love triangles except for me right? Yes it's a popular trope but I'm here for it, I think that when the main character has two love interests it makes the story interesting and when you get behind one of them and hate the other it's a lot of fun even if the ship you ship...

    2.5 "Riddles in Mathematics" by Katie Cotugno Rating: 3/5 "Dread South" by Justina Ireland Rating: 1/5 "Omega Ship" by Rae Carson Rating: 1/5 "La Revancha del Tango" by Rene Ahdieh Rating: 1/5 "Cass, An and Dra" by Natalie C. Parker Rating: 2/5 "Lessons for Beg...

    Fuck it. I don't feel like reading anymore books that I'm not enjoying. Here's what I have for what I read. 1. Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. Easily a, if not THE, favorite of the bunch. This was really cute and I liked the inclusion of the inside-joke-riddles. This was mo...

  • O.R.
    Sep 30, 2015

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

  • aaron rourke
    Feb 09, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

  • Jane
    Dec 11, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Nov 04, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

  • Chelsea
    Aug 28, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

    Mini Review: Not one of the better anthologies I've read. There were a ton of diverse stories, but a lot were sci-fi or fantasy, which is hard to do in short fiction. A lot of these felt rushed and underdeveloped. There were a few good ones - Brandy Colbert, Lamar Giles, Sabaa Tahir (s...

  • Alexis  (TheSlothReader)
    Feb 15, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

  • alice (arctic books)
    Feb 09, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

  • Tuba Sayed
    Jan 20, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

  • Karima chermiti
    Dec 12, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

  • Mar
    Oct 18, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

  • Mafalda de  Oliveira
    Apr 25, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

    Mini Review: Not one of the better anthologies I've read. There were a ton of diverse stories, but a lot were sci-fi or fantasy, which is hard to do in short fiction. A lot of these felt rushed and underdeveloped. There were a few good ones - Brandy Colbert, Lamar Giles, Sabaa Tahir (s...

    I want to burn this. ...

    Okay, I enjoyed a couple of stories in this - namely "Riddles in Mathematics" by Katie Cotugno, "Dread South" by Justina Ireland, and "Lessons for Beginners" by Julie Murphy. Of these, "Dread South" was definitely my favourite - zombie apocalypse AND historical fiction? Um, sign me up?...

    Everyone hates love triangles except for me right? Yes it's a popular trope but I'm here for it, I think that when the main character has two love interests it makes the story interesting and when you get behind one of them and hate the other it's a lot of fun even if the ship you ship...

    2.5 "Riddles in Mathematics" by Katie Cotugno Rating: 3/5 "Dread South" by Justina Ireland Rating: 1/5 "Omega Ship" by Rae Carson Rating: 1/5 "La Revancha del Tango" by Rene Ahdieh Rating: 1/5 "Cass, An and Dra" by Natalie C. Parker Rating: 2/5 "Lessons for Beg...

  • Acqua
    Oct 15, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Feb 04, 2017

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

  • Kayla
    Mar 05, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a collection of sixteen short stories about love triangles, of varying natures and sexualities. I honestly wouldn't have picked this anthology up if it wasn't for buddy reading it with Melanie , because I'm not typically a big fan of the trope, but some of the...

    Love triangles - I need to write YA because it sells the best but I have no idea how to keep anybody interested with my lame plot. Let me introduce two hottest guys in love with the worst type of girl imaginable. Poor girl has no idea which one to choose. No worries! In YA men don't mi...

    You think?! ...

    my personal faves: Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno This was a contemp story with an equal helping of feels and fluff, with an f/m/f triangle and a newly out lesbian MC adjusting to her new reality out of the closet. Really cute and feelsy. La Revancha del Tango by Renee...

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) This was an okay collection of short stories, although some of them I found really confusing. There were a couple of good ones in here though, with the best ones being ?The Historian, The Ga...

    3.5 stars Never in a million years did I think I would willingly read a book about love triangles, but this had too many awesome authors to skip. My favorites were the stories from Sabaa Tahir and Bethany Hagen. Both felt properly fleshed out with excellent characters and fantas...

    Three Sides of a Heart is not the best anthology I've ever read, but it's surely one of the most interesting and surprising ones. These authors took an overused trope and made something new with it, and while not everyone succeeded, the anthology as a whole worked. I'm neutral about lo...

    Total rating: 3.3 stars Love triangles has been and will always be such a divisive topic and controversial trope that we are quite familiar with because it is there in every other book whether we want it or not. Sometimes, it manages to surprise us and other times it is an utter and...

    I do not know how I feel about this anthology, beacuse for me love triangle has always been a very frustrating subject. Ugh Ugh, It disturbs me, mostly due to the confusion it creates in my mind, and my indecisiveness when it comes to choosing makes me want yo pluck my hair out. I can ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is an anthology not to be missed. These sixteen short stories by some of my favourite authors each put a spin on the classic love triangle trope. There is definitely something for everyone, and it might even change your opinion on love triangles. I love the co...

    "Stories about Love Triangles" ...

    Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don?t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn?t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn?t ne...

    hmmm...an entire anthology of short stories dedicated to one of the most despised tropes in YA. How could it go wrong? ...

    3.5 star! As with all anthologies, there were stories I really liked, others that were just okay, and some that I strongly disliked. I do have to say that many stories in this anthology didn't read like a love triangle to me. I always believed a love triangle was when a person, be i...

    3.25 star average rating. This left a lot to be desired...pun intended? ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Look, I know that people often dislike love triangles, but I really don't hate them, as long as they're done well. Obviously since that is literally the point of all of the...

    3.5/5 stars While many readers hate love triangles I absolutely love them. Here are the stories contained in this anthology: 1.Riddles in Mathematics by Katie Cotugno. 2.Dread South by Justina Ireland. 3.Omega Ship by Rae Carson. 4.La Revancha del Tango by Renee Ahdieh. ...

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 Review: I know the topic of love triangles is a little controversial: some people love it, others despise it with a burning passion. I actually am indifferent towards them; they?re usually annoying, but I haven?t really found myself wishing for love triangles to ...

    Three Sides of a Heart is a recently released anthology based on a fav YA trope - The ??. Come on, we all have read one (I just finished my reread of New Moon - TRIANGLE CITY). What I loved about this anthology is the authors took the trope and played with it. This is not a 16 ...

    3.5/5 stars. I know a lot of people despise love triangles, but I have some sort of fascination with them so I was incredibly excited to have a copy of this anthology in my hands. I enjoyed many of these stories; almost all of these stories have a variety of diverse characters - fr...

    Mini Review: Not one of the better anthologies I've read. There were a ton of diverse stories, but a lot were sci-fi or fantasy, which is hard to do in short fiction. A lot of these felt rushed and underdeveloped. There were a few good ones - Brandy Colbert, Lamar Giles, Sabaa Tahir (s...

    I want to burn this. ...

    Okay, I enjoyed a couple of stories in this - namely "Riddles in Mathematics" by Katie Cotugno, "Dread South" by Justina Ireland, and "Lessons for Beginners" by Julie Murphy. Of these, "Dread South" was definitely my favourite - zombie apocalypse AND historical fiction? Um, sign me up?...

    Everyone hates love triangles except for me right? Yes it's a popular trope but I'm here for it, I think that when the main character has two love interests it makes the story interesting and when you get behind one of them and hate the other it's a lot of fun even if the ship you ship...

  • Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries)
    Sep 29, 2015

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. First off, I did enjoy this, but this collection uses the term ?love triangle? very loosely, in my opinion. Some of the stories could have probably benefited from a stricter use of the word. It was so ...

    Average Rating: 3.81 Stars, but I'm giving a five because there were so many stories here on my new faves list. This was a fantastic short story collection, and I have to admit I was really pleasantly surprised after seeing some mediocre reviews. What stands out about this collecti...

    2/5 Wow, I did not expect to dislike this book because usually I am a huge fan of short story collections. I only truly liked, maybe 3 or 4 of the 16 stories and most of them were unmemorable. This short story collection is supposed to be about love triangles but more than half o...

    I'm going to throw a shit fit if at least TWO of these stories don't end in a threesome/triad/open relationship/thing along those lines. Why two? Because arbitrary choice, that's why. ...