“Could I have the name of the man who has the privilege of fathering your child?”
“Why, so you can kill him?” she asks with a hand on her hip.
“Yes. You know me so well,” I sneer.
- Hahaha! So Eric! I loved this little bit. Of course he would want to kill him, and Sookie knows him too well to fall for it
That must be some fucking fantastic shampoo.
- LOVE this!! So Pam!
Yeah, I’ve been played. And probably by both of them.
- Ugh! Why do I say "love" after each quote?! So cute! A creative little spin, you trickster you.
“Should I tell you how I still love you, how I miss you, how I wish you were still mine? Is that what you want me to say?”
“Yes,” I whisper.
- That was so... so genuine. So real, so raw, so emotional on both ends. I felt both of them, especially the desperation beneath Sookie's soft, one-worded answer.
His kiss is like a familiar tune written on my heart.
I loved this, Moe. Everything about it. The angst, the tenderness, the sincerity, the rawness, their unmasked emotions. I could see and feel everything between them as if it were happening to me. I know I've said I adore your writing before, but this - this is different. This is the epitome of the love they have for one another, and I'd just melt into a puddle if you extended this into a whole fic. Imagine the struggle of keeping her safe. What problems would that pose for him? And the Fae - how would they feel about Sookie's decision? I don't doubt that Niall would allow Sookie the freedom to do this, as I think he actually likes and approves of Eric. God, this has my mind doing backflips. Just imagining what could be... the emotional ups and downs of Eric as he raises a child that isn't his own, a child he can't give to her. This is your best work.
Okay, I have to admit, your review makes me want to continue this. I keep saying I'm not going to, I've got so many other stories to finish, but you've tipped the scale. And you did it without Peanut Chews. LOL
You are too sweet. Seriously. I can't say much but thank you, and thank you for boosting my confidence. I'm working on it, slowly but surely and you're helping. xoxo
wow! I like it! I wonder if Mrs. Harris will do something like that to us in the books. You should continue the story. A really good short story could be a really great long story!! :)
Thanks. I just got an itch to write this but haven't really thought past what I've done. Not sure if I'll write more but we'll see. Thanks for reading and the kind words. xoxo