When Sookie reads Maryann's thoughts, she hears "Hekas, o hekas, este bebeloi! She seems nice enough on television especially compared to the Newlins , but in person, she's ice cold. You are nothing like you are on TV. Pam, Sophie Ann, Tara and James.
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Harris weaves humor with an edginess that makes for taut reading. Hamilton and Joe R. Lansdale … Ace should give Charlaine Harris plenty of room and the assurance of a multi-book contract. This is the best tongue-in-cheek vampire story I have ever read. I really enjoyed these.
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By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. Send us Feedback Get Help 1. Strange Love Across the country, vampires have come 'out of the coffin' after the invention of mass-produced synthetic blood. In Louisiana, Sookie Stackhouse, a waitress with telepathic abilities, falls under the spell of a sexy vampire named Bill Compton. The First Taste Bill returns Sookie's favor by rescuing her from the Rattrays' revenge, healing the wounded waitress with his own blood and leaving her, temporarily, with heightened senses.
Jason and Amy while on "V" To explain this scene, we have to start with the fact that, for regular people, vampire blood is a drug with effects similar to ecstasy or, uh, so we hear. And it only seems right to kick off the list with a scene from the show's resident sex fiend, Jason Stackhouse. Sex scenes involving Jason, of which there are many , are usually long and explicit. And this one from the first season is no exception. In it, he and his V-addict girlfriend have hot, steamy sex while the vampire they drained, tortured, and later will kill watches nearby.