Poll – Who's your Second for Book Sookie?

Some discussion in the comments on an earlier post inspired me to make a new poll.

If Eric is not to be Sookie’s HEA in the books, who would be your second pick? And why?

Vote below, and don’t forget to leave your reasons/rants/tinfoil hat conspiracy theories in the comments!


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32 comments to Poll – Who's your Second for Book Sookie?

  • Some of you have already started discussing this on the other post – if you’d like your comments moved, copy and paste them over here and I’ll delete the other ones.

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  • Stef

    You kinda saw my other post, but I wanted to give a little more explanation. I do believe Sookie belongs with Eric ultimately (of course). Alcide just seems like the second best choice. As I read on others’ posts, It seems she’d be settling regardless if she doesn’t end up with Eric. But beyond that, I do believe she could have some semblance of a future with Alcide. Children would be possible with him. Granted the whole infant mortality rate with having were children, but who knows? Yes, Alcide made mistakes as all of the characters do, but his are a tad bit more forgiveable than either Quinn or Bill for that matter IMO. But, the Viking still rules in my heart:)

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    Stef Reply:

    P.S.–I love how the poll has listed every character’s full name except for “Quinn.” I dunno why, but it made me laugh when reading down the list. As if everyone should know by now NOT to pick him:)

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    sookieverseblog Reply:

    I thought about just putting “His Purple Pansyness” but that seemed kinda mean.

    John is a boring name anyway LOL.

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    Stef Reply:

    I agree…it is boring:) And it’s also a toilet…LOL

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  • Dan

    I answered other = me. I am mortal and she can hear my thoughts but they are all good thoughts. I am rooting for Eric and I live vicariously through him. I have confidence that the relationship will work out. I am curios about how Sookie’s mortality will affect the relationship. It’s possible that a combination of her fae genetics, lots of Eric’s blood, and some process we have not heard about could lend to preserving Sookie at 26 for a long time.

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  • Kealeagh

    Please no Sam. I try to like him but there is nothing interesting about him. Even on the show, I really really try because I feel like Charlaine is gonna turn 180 and Sookie will end up with Sam but I just can’t like the guy, he is too boring. Because seriously folks, she won’t give up on Sam. Sookie always brings Sam up, he NEVER goes away as a love interest even when Sookie isn’t raelly interested.

    I am all for Eric being the HEA, but I sadly feel like it’s gonna be Sam and I hate that.

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  • VampirePamsGirl

    I voted “None of them-if it’s not Eric I’m not interested” and not just because I am (admittedly) totally obsessed with the Viking. I’m going feminist here for a minute and saying that if Sookie can’t have the best (and like Stef said if it’s not Eric, she’s just going to be settling for second best), it doesn’t mean she should have to settle for someone else. A woman is perfectly capable of having an HEA all by herself.

    If I absolutely had to choose another man though it would be Sam just cause he pisses me off the least. I just don’t like Alcide, not real big on Quinn or Calvin, and HELL-NO to Bill, Barry is eh, don’t know enough about Remy to care, but I might be willing to throw a vote in there for other and give Dan a shout-out. Lol.

    And on the choosing a shifter/were to be able to have children thing, that takes me back to one of SVB’s early posts on here when I first started getting addicted to this blog. The one under the Sam Merlotte category where she says:

    “Sookie is many things – but she is not recklessly irresponsible. Particularly when it comes to family. Sookie’s notoriety within the supernatural community means that she might as well paint a target on the kids forehead and sit them in the middle of Club Dead for some supe to come and claim. Her children will never be safe, and they will make her vulnerable as well. Does she really want children anyway? Or is it just that before her life took the turn it did, she thought children and marriage was the most she could aspire to as a small town barmaid? Much has changed since that Sookie was calling the shots, and in the later books she hasn’t been clucking like she used to. Sorry folks, there will be no itty bitty booties for our girl.”

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    Kristin Reply:

    We are on the same wave length – here is what I posted on the subject after reading 1-8 before 9 came out – Sam – I would just be disappointed with this choice. Sweet, good for Sookie but it would feel contrived all this time waiting in the wings trying to stay out of the supe business and all of a sudden he is the hero. I just hope not (though I think this is where it may go) And I know Sookie really wants kids but does she really need to pass on her telepathy to her poor kids not to mention all of her supe problems.

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  • nskars

    Well of course, Eric will be Sookie’s HEA. But as I stated in the previous post – I vote Sam as the runner-up over Alcide. Alcide is too much of a snob. He blatantly used Sookie for her status in the supe world as a telepath. And he would never settle for a partner who wasn’t a Were. He has full-blooded Were parents and as Sookie understands it, her and Alcide could never have a future because he needs to keep the Were thing going.

    Sam is dependable, grounded, sensible. He has a business, is hardworking and well respected. Okay so he doesn’t really embody passion, but compared to the others he is my top choice after Eric as Sookie’s HEA.

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  • nskars

    And yeah he’s boring. But at least he’s never used her, betrayed her or put her in harm’s way.

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  • Eric is THE choice, of course. But if some unforeseen plot twist should put him out of the running, I would hope Sookie would look around a bit wider area. There’s really something defeatist about going back to a previous man, isn’t there? It’s like digging a used Kleenex out of the waste basket. What about the gorgeous Felipe de Castro? Maybe take a closer look?

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    nskars Reply:

    Felipe de Castro? Eeep. I predict he is going to cause some problems in DITF.

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  • I don’t know about the books, but on the show it has to be Sam. Remember when they were in Sam’s truck, riding back from investigating Drew Marshall/Rene in Bunkie? Sookie told Sam that ‘one day when this is all over I’d like us to rent a convertible and drive down to the Gulf, bake in the sun…” This will probably be the last scene of the series, Sookie and Sam riding off into the sun.

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    VampirePamsGirl Reply:

    I could see that, though I’m still cheering first and foremost for a Viking HEA all around. I do got to say though that one of the few characters that I like better on the show than in the books is Sam. I can’t quite put my finger on the reason. It may just be that cute little butt of his on the show. ;D

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  • skadi

    It really has to be Eric. I mean, that’s what the books are leading us toward, however circuitous a route CH is taking us (which of course, is part of the attraction for me. It’s the longing for it to happen that’s so seductive in reading the books, wanting Sookie and Eric to be together) It wouldn’t be much fun if it were plain sailing though.

    I like Sam, but he’s always going to be one of those second choice kind of guys. He great in so many ways, but that spark, that indescribable “thing” is missing. He’d be the safe choice, I think, but not the one that makes your chest burst, it feels so good. That would be Eric, obviously.

    And I really liked Alcide when he was first introduced, all untamed hair and warmblooded. But I think he’s turned out to be something of a dick, using Sookie and making really poor decisions, one after the other.

    I’d choose Sam over Alcide anyday, but it has to be Eric.

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  • Dan

    I can’t see her being happy with a second choice. Eric made the Soul connection with her in DTTW and she has spent books trying to protect herself from the potential pain of it not working out. Now this profession of Love in DITF.

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    sookieverseblog Reply:

    Wow it’s almost a three way tie – No one and Alcide fairly equal, and Sam just a touch behind.

    @Dan – I completely agree with your assessment of Eric and Sookie above. DTTW was *all* about showing Sookie, and the reader that Eric is capable of giving her the relationship she wants to have. He truly did make a soul connection with her and it scared Sookie to death.

    Unless Eric does something really, really off the charts bad, I just can’t see that she would ever move on from him. I can’t see her ever not thinking about him and wondering what if? DTTW gave her a taste of what she could have and she can never pretend that she didn’t know that side of him.

    @VPG – I also feel that Sookie could make it on her own. I don’t know if I want her to, but if Bill and Quinn were the only ones left I think I could quickly make up my mind on that ;)

    I could never go for Alcide (though I’m intrigued so many of you have). Even though the chemistry is off the charts, he is too selfish, too shallow and I just don’t feel he is very loyal deep down. He did help Sookie get rid of a body under considerably risky circumstances, though. At least he’s prepared to stick his neck out for her.

    Depending on how much wilder the rest of Sookie’s journey is, I think that the spark could still be found with Sam. Often chemistry that is slow to build and is generated over time burns the longest. I wonder if Sookie’s experiences will eventually lead her to see him in a different light. I don’t feel the children are the biggest “pro” for these two – I don’t believe Sookie will have her own children and I really don’t tend to factor that in when I’m weighing up possible suitors for her. But I do feel a genuine connection between Sookie and Sam, even if it’s not an overtly sexual one.

    That doesn’t mean I’m not suspicious of him though. FDTW really set of alarm bells about Sam for me but I’m not sure whether what he’s hiding is bad…or not.

    TV Sam? Love him and again, if no viking I would see her with Sam over Bill any day of the week.

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    Stef Reply:

    TV Sam? I’d be all for him being the alternate HEA…I was for him from the beginning….much more than book Sam. Although I have yet to say completely for the tv characters…since I haven’t seen alcide on screen yet:) I’m not sure why but I have a semi-crush on Alcide…even though Eric’s the #1! Someone explain this weird phenomenan to me!

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    Kristen Reply:

    Why is TV Sam SO much hotter than book Sam, btw? I have horrible time with CH’s description of Sam’s wiry, curly, poofy (?) red blonde hair and tend to think of him as some shapeshifting version of Carrot Top.

    TV Sam?? Thank you, Alan Ball (and I don’t say that often), ’cause yum-yum.

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    Tribalbellydonsah Reply:

    I agree!!! TV Sam, Yum!!!

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  • liz

    the only things i can imagine breaking E/S apart would be so devastating to Sookie that i feel only Sam, her bff, could put aside his own ego to knowingly take 2nd place. This wouldnt be a hea imo though

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    Stef Reply:

    Her bff…lol!

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  • I picked Barry lol I guess I am not all together serious but I could not pick “if not Eric no one” and where’s the fun in picking other (unless you are Dan :) . ) So don’t throw stuff at me but before book 9 I liked Quinn. There was just something sexy about a man that could go toe to toe with Eric. The Babe thing did not bother me and he just seemed good for her. Then that all went down the toilet. Alcide was too brain washed by Debbie for me to ever trust with Sookie’s heart. Bill is just over he needs to seriously stop being a creep if he even wants to keep hanging around IMO. Sam is Sookie’s hot boss who sometimes sleeps on her floor. I do like Sam but as many of you have already said Sam being the HEA would just feel like a cop out. So maybe Barry can grow up a bit and be Sookie’s HEA. Is it voyeristic to wonder what would happen with the telepathy if they got it on?Anyway I really just want to see her with Eric.

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    nskars Reply:

    This comment is so made of win. And even I, Sookieverseblog’s #1 Quinn Hater, cannot begrudge you for liking him going toe to toe with Eric. That was kind of… stimulating I suppose. But everything else he did made me want to stake myself in the eye. :D

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  • walgigi

    To write this post is somehow difficult for me because I’m not used to “see” anyone but Eric as Sookie’s HEA, and doing this requires me to abstract from my bias. Maybe that’s what is making me burn in bed with fever and all these sneezing and coughing since last weekend LOL. Anyway, because this isn’t about who I think could be the best HEA, but about who I think CH could choose IF she ever change her mind about it, I’m going to post my opinion based on what she already wrote in her last nine books. And I hope I don’t write too much because I’m sick and I don’t want to tire anyone :p lol. God… Aaine is going to kill me hahaha.

    Not a long time ago, I was reading each character on their individual basis because I wanted to “know” the real personalities behind them. At least, having all the series as e-books makes it easier for me to study each of the characters in a separate way through all the books and the story. I took the time to study Alcide’s personality and how CH managed his development very carefully because the way Sookie thinks and feels with him intrigued me enough to do it. Actually, I came to like Alcide’s character a lot. He is a loyal decent man who came from a poor family that work hard to have the wealthy they achieved and never ever flaunt of been superior over Sookie. His sister Janice was sincerely kind and lovely with her. He also respects Sookie a lot, and always has care for her safety. CH has woven a lot of subtle details about his character and Sookie, and she masterly hidden them in such a way that she always mantained him keeping what I could call a low profile. And Alcide is like a male version of Sookie in many ways because he is also a survivor.

    Somehow, he was also hurted by discovering he was a werewolf when he was a teen because, even when he loves children (you should notice how he loves his nephew) he said to Sookie he didn’t wanted to pass “it” to his own children and, that even he wasn’t used to date weres or shifters because of that reason, he began to date Debbie because she lied to him telling she was sterile. We all know she was a real bitch, and he was heavily abused and manipulated by her. I think it could be very posible that she used a spell over him (who knows? her mother was a spellcaster, and after all, we all learned how powerful spells can be with Eric’s amnesia experience). But, even if she didn’t, the fact that Alcide grew up in a “Were society” where women are highly appreciated and respected, as the fact that he came from a home where his own mother also received this special distinction also made him more vulnerable to Debbie’s manipulation. He also was a victim of his father gambling addiction (as well as his political ambitions later), and been victim of that addiction putted him in the position of been forced by Eric to took care of Sookie. And even when they were both very attracted to each other and he perceived that Eric had an interest in her, he never took advantage of it. In fact, he is the only important man in Sookie’s life that hadn’t has sex with her. And when I say “important”, I’m not thinking about who is or isn’t her best suitor according to my point of view, but according to whom Sookie feels and considers important to her in the story.

    CH NEVER writes something without a meaning. It wasn’t chance what made her choose Sarah McLachlan’s “Good Enough” as the first song they danced together. If you read or listen very carefully its lyrics ( http://www.elyrics.net/read/s/sarah-mcLachlan-lyrics/good-enough-lyrics-18.html ) you could understand the importance that its meaning had for both of them, not just at that moment, but through all the story. As a matter of fact, when Sookie mirrored herself on Alcide, this was her reflection:
    “Of course they should separate. They should never be in the same room again. And I had to take this to heart. Look at me. Mangled, drained, staked, battered. Lying in a cold apartment in a strange city with a vampire who had betrayed me. A big decision was standing right in front of my face, waiting to be recognized and enacted”.
    Bill’s recent betrayal worked as a trigger and made easier for Sookie to achieve that conclusion. But on the other hand, Alcide’s problems with Debbie were far more worst than a domestic abuse relationship because actually Debbie Pelt wans’t an abuser or a royal pain in the ass. Debbie Pelt was a psychopath (yes, the real deal). To say that even Bill (being an abuser) was one of her victims is enough. And since psychopaths (who are masters in the use of charm, manipulation, sex and violence to control others and to satisfy their own needs without feeling any guilt or remorse) are considered to be not only incurable but also untreatable, the only possible way to definetely separate Alcide from her was to kill her, him or Sookie.
    “Weres are nothing if not loyal,” Alcide said. I took his hand. “I know that.” Alcide’s green eyes regarded me steadily. “Debbie asked me to kill you,” he said. For a moment I felt cold down to my bones. “What did you tell her back?” I asked, through stiff lips. “I told her she could go fuck herself, excuse my language.” “And how do you feel now?” “Numb. Isn’t that stupid? I’m pulling her out of me by the roots, though. I told you I would. I had to do it. It’s like being addicted to crack. She’s awful.”
    And CH decided to kill the bitch… (thanks CH lol).

    The way Sookie began to daydream with Alcide, and what she thinks about him since the very first day they shared the breakfast at her kitchen was very reaviling. Not just that moment, but also while Eric had amesia and was at her home:
    “Alcide Herveaux still figured in my daydreams.”
    “I glanced over at Alcide and sighed. This man was just about perfect in many respects. I liked the way he looked, I understood the way he thought, and he treated me with great consideration and respect. Sure, he was a werewolf, but I could give up a couple of nights of month. True, according to Alcide it would be difficult for me to carry his baby to term, but it was at least possible. Pregnancy wasn’t part of the picture with a vampire. Whoa. Alcide hadn’t offered to father my babies…”

    Alcide invited Sookie to went with him to Col. Flood’s and yes, he omitted his intentions of asking for her help. But I do think he had every intention to tell her since he called her and Sookie interrupted him b/c she (as always used to do even with Eric) assumed to know what he wanted to say to her. I do think he had the intention to do so when he went to her house, and even when he returned to get her the next day. And he didn’t do it, because he smelt Debbie’s scent at her porch and after asking her more than once is she wanted to tell him anything regarding the night of the Witch War, she never trusted him enough to tell him the truth. Hence, some people conclude that he “used” her at the funeral. But he wasn’t using her. He was getting even because she hurted him. Well, the man is a were but he’s also human… as human as Sookie that lied to him and also got hurt by his omission.

    But don’t get it wrong. The strugle they had at the funeral didn’t have anything to do with the fact that she killed Debbie (he never judged Sookie for doing that) or he used her without aknowledge her first. The real heart of the matter was the fact that both of them were facing each other for the first time not as the idealized, perfect and flawless sup they though the other one was, but as the humans they are. Full of flaws and able to to lie and make the mistake of hurt the people they care about (as imperfect as any common humans like any of us can be). After the funeral she assumed a defensive posture against him and went for the “offended lady”, but let’s be real. Sookie’s paranoid thoughts about killing Debbie in self defense never were logical at all, b/c she always thought for a long time she couldn’t tell Eric (ERIC!!) about it, because he was going to take advantage of the information and gain power over her… (and the only way she accepted to said it to him was when he blackmailed her to help Tara… *rolleyes* ).

    Anyway, Alcide was also there for her after her house’s fire and even asked her to move with him and began a relationship:
    “I upset you the last time I talked to you,” he said directly. I had to change mental gears at the unexpected opening. Okay, I liked a man who could apologize. “Yes, you did.”
    She was smart enough to reject his invitation, because she knew they were both in the rebounding stage of their last relationships, like they were the first time when they met. The “timing” was always wrong for them:
    “I’d love for someone to step in and solve all my problems,” I told him. “But I don’t want to accept your offer because I need a place to live and we’re hot for each other. When my house is rebuilt, then we’ll talk, if you still feel the same. …But you’re not having any.” The green eyes regarded me steadily. “I’m not saying that.” I drew a breath. “I’m saying now is not the time to work on a relationship with you.” Though I wouldn’t mind jumping your bones, I added to myself wistfully. But I wasn’t going to do that on a whim, and certainly not with a man like Alcide.
    Well, as a matter of fact, she did it later with Quinn, so it seems that no matter he has also a double nature, he never was for Sookie “a man like Alcide”… @@…

    In DD, when she found Maria Comet (ok… I know she was Maria-Star Cooper, but I can’t help to call her the funny way Eric did hahaha) this was the way she felt:
    “Well …” She seemed to be unable to spit it out, whatever was stuck in her throat. I was getting a glimpse of the shape of it. Pain flickered through me like a knife, and then I locked it down and pulled my pride around me. I’d learned to do that all too early in life… I was trying to look casual, but I don’t think it worked. With a bright smile that echoed Maria-Star’s own expression, I said, “Alcide and I weren’t ever truly a couple, you know.” I might have had longings and hopes, but they’d never had a chance to ripen. The timing had always been wrong… “Well, I’m glad you and Alcide are dating, and I have no right to mind, even if I did. Which I don’t.” That came out kind of garbled (and it wasn’t entirely true), but I think Maria-Star got my intention: to save my face”… Alcide might be dating Maria-Star, but he hadn’t confided in her fully. Alcide knew for a fact that he would never see Debbie again.”

    And the most revealing part I found is where Sookie accepted to herself she has feelings for Alcide during and after this conversation with Clavin Norris:
    “Do other kinds of shape-shifters do the same thing?” I asked this so quietly, I could hardly hear myself. I stared down at my hands, clenched together in my lap, and I could hardly breathe as I waited to hear his answer. Alcide’s green eyes filled my thoughts. “When the pack begins to grow too small, it’s their duty to,” he said slowly. “What’s on your mind, Sookie?”
    Of course Calvin’s community is very small compared to the Shreveport’s city pack, but anyway Sookie “assumed” Alcide would engage on the same practice, so:
    “I’m afraid that what really struck me about Calvin’s confession—or explanation—is what it might reveal to me about Alcide. Alcide had sparked my affection, and my lust. Thinking of him did make me wonder what marriage to him would be like, wonder in a very personal way, as opposed to my impersonal speculation about health insurance that Calvin had inspired. I’d pretty much abandoned the secret hope Alcide had inspired in me, after I’d been forced to shoot his former fiancee; but something in me had clung to the thought, something I’d kept secret even from myself, even after I’d found out he was dating Maria-Star. As recently as this day, I’d been stoutly denying to the Pelts that Alcide had any interest in me. But something lonely inside me had nursed a hope. I got up slowly, feeling about twice my actual age, and went into the kitchen to get something out of the freezer for my supper. I wasn’t hungry, but I’d eat unwisely later if I didn’t fix something now, I told myself sternly. But I never cooked a meal for myself that night. Instead, I leaned against the refrigerator door and cried.”
    @@…

    With Quinn at Amanda’s bar after they were attacked:
    “When they turned, I recognized Alcide and Maria-Star. They turned cautiously, as if any sudden movement might trigger violence. Maria-Star’s brain was a motley jumble of anxiety, pride, and tension. Alcide’s was just conflicted. He didn’t know how to feel. That made two of us… “We were attacked by Weres,” Quinn said… Alcide half rose to his feet and then sat down again… “Are you hurt?” Alcide asked me, as if Quinn weren’t standing right there… Alcide said, “You should take Sookie home. She’s tired.”

    IN FTDW when tragedy struck Alcide again and Maria Comet (lol, sorry) was murdered his first thought was Sookie’s safety (as always) and called her:
    “She was murdered,” Alcide said. “Oh, my God.” “Sookie, it was only the beginning. On the off chance that Furnan is after you, too, I want you to stay alert.” “Too late,” …. “Someone tried to kill me last night.” Alcide held the phone away from him and howled. Hearing this, in the middle of the day, over the telephone … Even then, it was frightening”.
    And this next part is very funny to me b/c it’s just the proof of how fucked up Sookie left Alcide with all her mixed signals, words and actions since they met (b/c we all know that Sookie, when is confused and wanted to hide to herself her feelings, is worst than a damaged traffic light in the middle of Manhattan) and then, she can’t even understand why he was so “irrational” hahhaa:
    “So you—and Eric—had a leisurely dinner at an expensive restaurant, with another man.” I looked at him incredulously. This was so far off the point. I concentrated. I’d never poked a mental probe into such turmoil. Alcide was feeling grief for Maria-Star, guilt because he hadn’t protected her, anger that I’d been drawn into the conflict, and above all, eagerness to knock some skulls. As the cherry on top of all that, Alcide—irrationally—hated that I’d been out with Eric.”

    Well, Alcide had grown through painful experiences from a kind of naive and healty-minded Were to a strong and mature packmaster (a position he actually never aspired to have):
    “Good luck,” I said. He’d already had a fair share of that, no matter what you thought about the two dead women that had been his girlfriends. After all, he himself had survived to achieve his father’s goal. “Thank you, and thanks again for your part in that luck. You’re still a friend of the pack,” he said very seriously. His beautiful green eyes lingered on my face. “And you’re one of my favorite women in the world,” he added unexpectedly. “That’s a real nice compliment, Alcide,” I said, and drove away. I was glad I’d talked to him. Alcide had grown up a lot in the past few weeks. All in all, he was changing into a man I admired much more than I had the old one. I’d never forget the blood and the screaming of the horrific night in the abandoned office park in Shreveport, but I began to feel that some good had come out of it.”

    Now, that Sookie said in the first chapter of DITF that she loves Eric, the “Shreveport’s pack” (= Alcide) need a favor from Sookie. I think that he might ask her to go with him to the packmaster’s national meeting, so “their” story doesn’t seems to be over. And this guy, my dear viking sisters, is the only one that CH could use if she ever wanted to change Eric as a HEA, b/c he is the only real rival our beloved Viking had has since Sookie broke with Bill until now.

    Now, while I’m checking how I can make this shorter, I’ll promise to never write more than a paragraph in my next 20 posts LOL.

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    Stef Reply:

    I love you GIGI:) You helped reaffirm my whole outlook on Alcide.

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    sookieverseblog Reply:

    Whoa.
    Seriously gigi. WHOA.
    I am going to read this again…and probably again after that and then I might be able to make a sensible comment. You just blew my mind.

    I have always blown Alcide off. Not anymore.

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    nskars Reply:

    Gigi, you are just simply amazing. I really need to read over the books again and then again to be able to grasp the amazing undertones in this series. I guess I’ve just always been too excitable about Eric and his relationship with Sookie to really take a good hard look at anything else.

    You don’t ever have to shorten your comments, I love them just the way they are. You always show me a different angle of characters and events and I think your opinions are extremely valid and well thought out. xx

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    sookieverseblog Reply:

    GIGI – check your email.

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    walgigi Reply:

    just answered it ;)

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    sookieverseblog Reply:

    Guys if you’re wondering what happened to that amazing piece of insight gigi just posted, we’ve taken it down to make into a post of its own.

    It shall return, in it’s full glory at a later date.

    Too awesome to get buried in the comments, that was.

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