How to create chemistry between two characters

How do you describe chemistry between characters?

In its most basic sense, chemistry is how two characters interact with each other. It’s an energetic exchange between two people in a relationship—whether that relationship is romantic or not. On the surface, chemistry might look like: Dialogue that flows well (teasing, witty repartee, etc.)

How do I put two characters together?

7 Ways to Grow Your Characters‘ Relationships
  1. Create a reason for them to spend regular time together.
  2. Allude to time spent together.
  3. Entwine Their Lives.
  4. Give them a Common Enemy.
  5. Put them in a Stressful Situation.
  6. Getting a Glimpse into the Other Person’s World.
  7. Surprising Commonalities.
  8. Do you have characters in your manuscript who need to grow closer?

How do you write a story with two main characters?

How to Successfully Feature Multiple Main Characters
  1. Think Reader-First. You want nothing to stand in the way of the reader’s experience.
  2. Make Your POV Characters Distinct. In subsequent books in the Left Behind series, I used as many as five different perspective characters for one novel.
  3. Choose Carefully.