Good romance is all about the build-up and character tension, my friend. People read and watch romantic movies not just to see characters mush their faces together or some trite couples drama that they already are tired of handling, but to see if two interesting character with great dynamic will finally see the undeniable truth in front of their eyes and finally confess their love.
So if i were to write a poly relationship i'd have two female friends that are really closed to one another to the point of bordering into the romantic and sexual. They're pretty much soulmates. That is, until a wild handsome appears. They both fall hard for the guy, but their strong feelings for one another compel them simultaneously to step away and give one another the chance with the guy, which ironically cock-blocks them both. They both want the guy, but they also both want each other to be happy with the guy. The guy, as well, fell hard for the two of them, so he's conflicted about which one to approach. That's when they eventually learn they all love another equally. The only choice now is weather or not to admit it.
BOOM! What will happen next? Will the girls keep on cock-blocking out of love? Will they admit they love each other as much as the guy? Will the guy have the courage to make a move on one of them, on both of them? Is it right? Read more to find out.