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There is a lot of good drama/comedy in that little conundrum. Sometimes referred to as a Bizarre Love Triangle, after the New Order song.
Even if the writer chooses to challenge that assumption, there will be some pretty tricky footwork required to make it all come out to a resolution. It can involve as many people as you like, turning it into a square, pentagon or more, but ultimately the love remains unrequited. Alice wants Bob, who is already in a relationship with Claire. Alice might try persuading Bob to give up on Claire.
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