My next four characters in “The Love Nest” are all in their thirties. One woman is a secular person the other woman is a believer. One man is a doubter and the other is an antagonistic hater of all religions.
The four single people are housed in the same building whose outside staircases face each other. Every trip to work, the store, or an entertainment venue results in two of the four meeting on the steps. Initial contacts leave contrary impressions by the four members. Each sees the other three through the prisms of their own personality traits. By the time the novel is finished the four seem to be multiplied by four, leaving sixteen strangers (to each other) seeking a happy ending. Trial and error seems the only fair exchange tool of communication.
What say you of the possibilities?