Breathless


Breathless

by

Ericizmine

This is probably the Ericizmine story I’ve read most often.

I’ve been intrigued by the thought of Sookie as a vampire since I read the series the first time and it’s something I just can’t shake.

Sookie is the same girl we first met at Merlotte’s with a few fangy differences.

Douche Bill turned her after their return from Mississippi. That was enough for him, he got her away from the temptation of Eric. The fact that he essentially starved and ignored her in favor of his flavor of the day and database is testament to the fact he really was as bad as the rest of us knew he was.

As is the nature of things in Ericizmine’s Multiverse Eric and Sookie skip to a different version of their reality and meet King Eric Northman, his wife Sookie and their adopted son Hunter where they learn about their new reality and the what ifs that changed their version.

Sookie as a vampire IS stunning, as Eric and Pam both affirm. She’s fun loving, courteous, devious, smart and more than a little bit angry about being taken advantage of and deceived to epic proportions.

Unfortunately Breathless is only six chapters but each one is well worth the read and the ending will have you cheering and begging for more.

Oh, you’ll definitely love how Bobby is fired in this one.

I hope you enjoy this story as much as I do.

Give me some sugar!

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