To help us Celebrate the SVMs…Please help us decide which Eric and Sookie book moment will make it to the Final 4! Cast your votes on the link! Thanks Eric & Sookie Lovers!
Who wants to help us pick the #1 Eric & Sookie book moment from books 1-12? We’re hosting a tournament to decide which one it should be! Help us by clicking the link and submitting your favorite book quotes!
“Was that enough love for you?” he asked, his voice slow and dreamy.
I climbed into his lap and wound my arms around his neck for an interlude of cuddling.
Eric and Sookie-Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris
“Do you love Eric?” Bill said, all of a sudden. His deep brown eyes were fixed on me with the total attention that had played a large part in attracting me to him when we’d met. Was everyone I knew fixated on my relationship with the sheriff of Area Five?
“Yes,” I said steadily. “I do love him.”
“Does he say he loves you?”
“Yes.” I didn’t look away.
Sookie and Bill talking about Eric—Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris
“Hi, Eric” I said, and was almost rendered mute by the surge of happiness that swept through me whenever I saw him.
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris
“He made Bill confess to you, didn’t he?”
“Well, Eric was there,” I said uncertainly.
“Do you think Bill would ever have told you if Eric hadn’t commanded him to?”
I’d done my best to forget that night altogether. In the back of my mind, I’d known the strange timing of Bill’s revelation was significant, but I just hadn’t wanted to think about it.
“Why do you think Eric would give a flying fuck what Bill had been ordered to do, much less reveal it to a human woman, if he didn’t have inappropriate feelings for you?”
I’d never put it to myself quite like that. I’d been so ripped up by Bill’s confession-that I hadn’t thought of why Eric had forced Bill into the position of telling me about the plot.
Pam talking to Sookie about Eric—All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris
“Do you love me?” he asked, his eyes fixing mine.
This was a little difficult to answer, especially considering what his fingers were doing. “I love being with you, whether we’re having sex or not. Oh, God, do that again! I love your body. I love what we do together. You make me laugh, and I love that. I like to watch you do anything.” I kissed him, long and lingeringly. “I like to watch you get dressed. I like to watch you undress. I like to watch your hands when you’re doing this to me. Oh!” I shuddered all over with pleasure. When I’d had a moment of recovery, I murmured, “If I asked you the same question, what would your answer be?”
“I would say exactly the same thing,” Eric said. “And I think that means I love you. If this is not true love, it’s a close as anyone gets. Can you see what you’ve done to me?”
Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris
“I always tell you the truth,” he said. And there wasn’t a trace of that smile left on his face. “I may not tell you everything I know, but what I tell you … it’s true.”
“The blood exchange has worked both ways,” he said. “I’ve had the blood of many women. I’ve had almost utter control over them. But they never drank mine. It’s been decades, maybe centuries since I gave any woman my blood. Maybe not since I turned Pam.”
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris
Of course AB has Eric freely giving his blood and to everyone but Sookie.
“He is male enough to want to look strong in front of you, Sookie. Truly, Eric’s a great vampire, and very practical. But he isn’t practical nowadays—not when it comes to you.”
“Are you saying you don’t think Eric and I should see each other anymore?” I asked her directly.
“No, not exactly,” Pam looked thoughtful. “I would hate to see him unhappy. And you, too,” she added, as an afterthought. “But if he’s worried about you, he won’t react the same as he would—as he should…”
Pam and Sookie-Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris