It’s a lot of fun writing the protagonist and antagonist characters, especially when they’re in a love triangle with the one woman they both can’t live without.
(Who doesn’t love a good love triangle?)
It’s an interesting challenge to make them both irresistible, despite their vast differences, polarizing the girl character, the reader and ultimately the audience sitting in the movie theater, which makes for AWESOME drama which equals AWESOME conflict. And in the words of Syd Field:
“All drama is conflict. Without conflict you have no character; without character, you have no action; without action, you have no story; and without story, you have no screenplay.”