Midnight Crossroad Themes & Motifs

Charlaine Harris
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Complex Nature of Romance

The complex nature of romance appears as a motif in the novel.

For example, Fiji and Bobo live in Midnight, a community so close that its residents feel like members of a big family Thus, it is only natural that Fiji and Bobo have a close friendship. However, Fiji begins to feel more than friendship for Bobo. Her new feelings cause her to behave differently toward Bobo. If she still felt that they were only friends, more than likely she would have warned Bobo about Aubrey. However, romantic feelings keep her from telling him because she does not want to look like a jealous woman. On a broader spectrum, she does not want to express any feelings toward Bobo that could harm their friendship. Fiji's conflicted feelings complicate her relationship with Bobo. They lead her to send mixed signals to him.

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