|Photo by Sharron Goodyear|
I'm enthralled by the royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton taking place today. It's something out of a fairytale. William is dashing, and Kate is radiantly beautiful. Their majestic ceremony makes me wonder if I should throw a big white wedding for all of my main characters.
In romance, the hero and heroine always unite in the end. This can either be achieved by a wedding scene, or a sure promise of marriage in the near future. I've read novels where the characters celebrated their love with a big ceremony, and novels where it was the bride and groom with just the preacher and God as their witnesses.
|Photo by kongsky|
In your writing, do you prefer to have your characters marry at the end, or do you hint at a wedding to come?