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The Dark Queen – Chapter 4

Great news!

Just like Eric knows how to make a grand entrance…so does Deborah and her writing!

Deborah sent in the next chapter in her Eric & Sookie story, “The Dark Queen”, and it’s a GREAT chapter! OMFG, I had to read it a number of times before posting this, because it’s just SO good and awesome – but I’m warning you now – it has a few disturbing scenes!

Sorry for keeping you waiting after I teased you about it on Facebook! *hides* But trust me…you’re going to LOVE it! ♥

As you may recall – there were 2 polls featured at the end of the previous chapter, where you decided what happened next! Deborah was really excited by the results and hopes you like what she’s written!

Before you start reading, we wanted to remind you that you can now order Deborah Court’s novel, “Bound To The Prince” in paperback through Amazon.com! It will make a great Christmas gift for that special someone or a gift to yourself from “Santa”! You can order it here, along with the Kindle edition! Who says, you’ve been bad this year…? You deserve it for putting up with what happened on True Blood!

Now, we know you’re probably anxious to get started reading Chapter 4…but first, we have to warn you!

WARNING: The contents of this chapter contains extreme violence and disturbing scenes. Those under the age of 18, or have sensitive stomachs, probably shouldn’t read this. Please read at your own risk!

Now, on with the story…

The Dark Queen

By Deborah Court

Chapter Four

Twelve hours earlier …

Fangtasia’s tasteful interior was dark and unnaturally silent while it was locked up for the day. Yvetta silently closed the door to the employee entrance, grinning to herself over the vampires’ stupidity. They hadn’t thought about changing the code of the safety lock, but why should they suspect her of coming back? Eric had paid her royally before he threw her out, hissing at her that he’d kill her if she ever dared to enter Fangtasia again. He hadn’t even bothered to compel her, assuming she was too cowardly to ever cross him again.

Well, he’d been severely mistaken.

She was smart enough to know that this place stank of money. That sonuvabitch had screwed the shit out of her, and he owed her much more than he’d given her. Although he was damn hot to look at and a magnificent fuck, she had hated every minute she’d spent in his presence. But she hated vampires, anyway – even if she liked working for them. They were great employers. Usually they were wealthy and paid much better than humans, if she let them take a sip of her blood and fuck her from time to time. It had been the same with the other vampire she had worked for undercover – the one who had sent her to Fangtasia to apply for a job as a dancer.

She had met him in a table dance bar for vampires, back in Baton Rouge. After she’d danced for him and spent a night with him in his hotel room, he had offered her a good sum for spying on his archenemy, the Sheriff of Area Five. He was particularly interested in all of Eric Northman’s business activities, and in his moves towards a human woman with whom both vampires seemed to be enamored. Yvetta had seen this plain little blonde a couple of times, never understanding what a man like Eric could possibly want from her.

One night, this Sookie had disturbed Yvetta’s six-hour romp with Eric in Fangtasia’s basement, and at first she’d been amused by Sookie’s shocked face. But then she had clearly seen raw desire flashing up in the other woman’s eyes, only briefly but long enough for Yvetta to notice. Eric had simply left her hanging there, even stopping to pleasure her just because that waitress had walked in. When they talked, both were lost in each other, not even realizing anymore that she was with them in the room. After Sookie had left, Eric had completely lost interest in Yvetta and just sent her away. It had been the last time he’d had sex with her. Being dumped because of that Miss Goody Two-Shoes from Bon Temps was an affront Yvetta couldn’t simply forget.

“Fucking Sookie,” Yvetta murmured as she crossed the empty club, heading towards the direction of Eric’s office. When she reached it, the door was locked. Cursing, she rattled at the door, but accomplished nothing. Then she remembered that there was a rack with keys behind the bar. She quickly fetched them and tried one after the other. Finally, the last one fit into the lock, and she opened the door. It was astonishing how little Eric cared about safety in his own four walls. She would have bet that he’d protect his waitress by all means; but a vampire of his age and power probably didn’t imagine that someone would be bold enough to steal from him.

She started with the filing cabinet in the corner, but all she found there were earning accounts of Fangtasia, written in black ink. They were kept in neat rows, in a slightly old-fashioned, determined handwriting that looked undeniably male. Obviously Eric had an aversion to computers, a fact that didn’t seem to apply to Pam, who had started to add printed-out accounts about a year ago, when Eric had suddenly vanished, just like Sookie Stackhouse.

What a coincidence.

Yvetta proceeded to Eric’s desk, opening the drawers and searching them for anything that would be valuable to her vampire employer. He had been most adamant in his demands, that she should find anything at all he could use against Eric. There was some trouble with the vampires’ Authority, she had not really understood but knew that the vampire who was paying her to sneak into Fangtasia one last time had been accused of something himself and now needed some evidence to get Eric booted while he got to keep his job – as vampire king of Louisiana.

Finding nothing, she crept under the table and ran her fingers along the smooth, polished mahogany, searching the wood for any discontinuity. Finally, she found a small hole and pushed her fingertip into it. She started to smile when she heard a faint click and saw a hidden compartment in the side of the table swing open. Reaching in, she retrieved a small, leather-bound notebook and several thick rolls of hundred dollar bills. She grabbed the money and stuffed it into the inside pockets of her jacket.

When she opened the notebook and scanned the pages, she knew that she had struck gold. It was clearly Eric’s handwriting, and on the first page, in an elegant italic script was the simple letter “V”. The other pages contained the names and addresses of several business partners, along with dates and quantities of bottles, measured in ounces, complete with earnings. She instantly knew what she had found.

She put the notebook into her handbag and emerged from beneath the table. Then she took out her cell phone and made the call that would make her a wealthy woman, if her employer kept his promise. With a bit of luck, she’d never have to work as a stripper again.

Unsurprisingly, she only heard the voice of the mailbox. Her boss was sleeping during the day, just like the other vampires. “Bill”, she said, knowing he would listen to the message as soon as he awoke. “I found something you’ll like very much. I think I have proof that Eric has been dealing vampire blood. You’d better grab the money you promised me and head over to the airport. My flight is departing at 10 p.m.”

Shutting down her phone, Yvetta rearranged the office so that – with any luck – no one would be able to tell she’d been here. If Pam noticed her scent later, she’d already be on the plane to Vegas.

With a triumphant smile on her face, she left the office, locked it behind her and replaced the key. She had just turned to leave the bar area when a deep, harsh sound drew her attention. Gasping, she crouched down to hide, hoping that the intruder had not seen her. She wondered who it was. Maybe that annoyingly stupid barmaid, Ginger.

When she heard the strange noise again, it had changed to something else, and it was definitely not human. Whatever the thing was, it made disgusting, sucking noises, like a fish on dry land that struggled for air. Did Pam keep a watchdog during the daytime? Even if this were true, Yvetta knew that no dog could ever utter such horrible, unnatural sounds which seemed to draw nearer and nearer. She was shivering with fear now, sensing that something deadly was in the room, and had found her scent, for the snapping noises got more frequent, and … greedy-sounding. She pressed her hand to her mouth to keep herself from screaming.

After a moment, she dared to breathe again. Silence had fallen over the vast room, and she almost laughed out with relief, telling herself that she had just been imagining things. She turned her gaze to the open end of the bar, intending to get up.

Without forewarning, a dark, slender form appeared in the opening, and Yvetta winced, a painful gasp of fear wrung from her chest. It was a tall, ebony-skinned woman, clad in a long, flowing azure dress. A turban of golden silk was wound around her head, and she wore huge golden earrings. She was beautiful in an exotic way, with huge, dark eyes that shone from a flawless face, and she held herself proudly, like a queen.

Yvetta’s strange fascination only lasted for a moment, for suddenly the woman’s eyes narrowed to slits and weren’t dark anymore, but light green, with vertical slits as pupils. When the woman smiled, she bore a pair of sharp fangs.

The woman turned her head and said something in rapid, harsh, French, making it sound like a command. Then she stepped aside, and a huge black shadow began to creep its way into the aisle behind the bar, heading directly towards Yvetta. Eventually she was able to see the creature’s face, and make out what it was.

Yvetta began to scream.

*****

“What a mess,” Eric said, staring at the obscene parody of what had once been his club. Sookie was right behind him, reaching for his hand. He took it and turned to her, his eyes dark with concern.

“Sookie, I’d really like you to stay back,” he said. “Let me examine this first and make sure that there’s nothing left that might put you in danger. Will you listen to me just this one time?”

“Yes,” she breathed, stepping back from the pool of blood that threatened to stain her white linen slippers. She must be in shock, or why should she worry about her shoes right now? Wearing them had been a very bad idea, even if they made her tanned legs look good. On the other hand, she hadn’t known what would await them here when she had changed during the flight back to Shreveport. She most definitely was glad that she still had such foolish thoughts, since they were the only thing that kept her from screaming hysterically. What she saw on the dance floor was too gruesome to bear, and she quickly looked away.

She shuddered when Eric crossed the blood-covered dance floor in his biker boots, not caring about shoes at all. He looked more like the vampire she had met here for the first time, wearing jeans, a black shirt and a leather jacket. His hair had grown while they had been on the farm, almost reaching down to his shoulders now. He had combed it back, but a wayward golden strand fell over his forehead, making her fingers ache to touch it. Every time she looked at him, he seemed to be even more beautiful to her, although she’d never admit that to him.

Pam had left them alone, to give her master time to gain his own impression of what had occurred here. Eric waded through goo and organic remains Sookie didn’t even want to think about, heading to the grotesque sacrifice that had been tied to the dancing pole on the small dais.

It was Yvetta, the Estonian dancer – or what remained of her. Her hands were tied behind her back, and she was tightly bound against the pole in a mockery of her former job. Someone had slit her throat, and her body was sliced open from her chest to her navel. Her heart and several of her organs appeared to be missing, but they had not been cut out. It looked as if they’d been violently ripped from her body – by something with very sharp teeth.

“Something fed on her, eating her flesh and organs,” Eric said coolly, slowly circling the body but not touching it. “But it wasn’t a vampire, or she wouldn’t have bled out. A vampire couldn’t have restrained himself from draining her, smelling all that blood.”

Sookie only now noticed that he was struggling to control himself, too. His jaw was tight, and she saw that his hands were fisted, his knuckles even whiter than the rest of his skin. A younger vampire without his powers and experience probably would have gone into a mad killing frenzy by now. Sookie winced as a thought came to her.

“Couldn’t you taste her blood?” she suggested, trembling with disgust at the idea. “Wouldn’t it tell you what happened to her in her final moments?” At the same time, she wished that Eric hadn’t bonded with Yvetta.

He shook his head. “No. I never gave her my blood, didn’t even care to taste hers more than once or twice.” He threw her a backward glance. “There was another woman I was craving instead of her. She was nothing to me.”

Maybe it wasn’t the most sensitive thing to say in front of the dead woman’s body, but Sookie’s heart pounded faster as relief washed over her. When she had seen Eric in an intimate situation with his dancer, it had occurred to her that she was more beautiful than herself, more seductive … Sometimes she still wasn’t sure why Eric had chosen her. But deep inside she knew that he loved her with a force she couldn’t even begin to understand, and she’d never have to fear losing him to another woman. Since he had given his heart to her, it would belong to her forever.

However, at times he was simply too beautiful for her to believe that he was actually hers.

“I’m glad to hear it,” she admitted.

After giving her a hint of a smile, Eric returned his attention to the examination of the body. Sookie looked away when he reached into the woman’s mouth that was still opened like a silent scream, retrieving a strange-looking object. He stretched out his hand to show it to her.

“It’s the rooster’s claw,” he said, gesturing to the dead animal that was lying near the edge of the pool, “and some herbal ingredients I can’t identify. It’s supposed to make the dead speak.”

Sookie shivered. “What could she possibly tell us?”

Eric shrugged. “Nothing. What happened to her wasn’t a real voodoo ritual. Someone only wanted it to look like a religious sacrifice, but it wasn’t. It was a message, and it was directed at me. Maybe a warning, I’m not sure yet.”

Sookie gasped. “Eric, this could be a trap! And who would possibly do this, just to send you a message?”

“Actually, I have no idea. But I know a vampire who might be able to tell us more about it.”

“Us?” Sookie said.

“Yes, us. We’ll go to New Orleans together, my lover. We both know what you would do if I told you to stay back in Bon Temps.”

“Follow you anyway?” she suggested.

“Exactly,” he said, returning to her. He took Sookie into his strong arms and crushed her against his chest. “And who knows what could happen to you then. I want to have you at my side, where I’ll be able to protect you,” he said, placing a kiss on her lips.

Sighing, she buried her face against the cool silk of his shirt. She knew that he wanted to keep her safe from harm, but he also respected her own wishes when he simply could have told her what to do. “I fear you are stuck with this human, Viking,” she said, smiling.

For a long moment, he was holding her, listening to her heartbeat. Sookie felt an unfamiliar emotion through the bond. It was something like regret, almost anxiety, and he seemed to hesitate. Suddenly she knew that something was terribly wrong. Eric usually didn’t behave like this.

“There’s something I have to tell you, Sookie,” he said finally. “I don’t want to see you hurt, but I must tell you. There’s another victim here, a vampire – which, as Sheriff of Area Five, makes me duty-bound to hunt down the murderer. You didn’t notice since there’s not much left of him. I smelled his blood the moment I entered.” When he felt her stiffen with realization, he tightened his arms around her, never releasing her from his embrace.

“I am so sorry, Sookie. The other victim is … was … Bill.”

*****

To be continued…

© All characters are the property of Charlaine Harris and True blood HBO. No copyright infringement is intended. No monetary compensation is gained. Used for entertainment purposes only.


The results of the polls had the highest amount of votes yet! The one about the murder victim had over 88% of you wanting Yvetta to die. In the other one, the majority of you (73%) wanted Eric and Sookie to play Mulder and Scully.

Now to today’s questions!

YOU, lovely readers, will decide the course of the story! But beware, today we have some serious q’s to answer! Choose wisely.

First question:

What will happen next?

  • - Sookie’s grief over Bill’s death leads to a heated argument with Eric.
  • - An unexpected survivor will reveal Bill’s plans to betray Eric to the Authority.

Second question:

Who the heck will be king of Louisiana after Bill’s death?

  • - Eric Northman
  • - Russell Edgington

Cast your votes in the polls below! You have 48 hours to cast your votes starting…NOW!


Thank you SO MUCH Deborah!! The first thing I want to say is…DING-DONG KING BILL IS GONE!! LOL The second thing is, that was amazingly written, disturbingly brilliant and all-round astounding chapter!! Can’t wait to read more!!

I picked Eric to be King, of course. :P And an unexpected visitor will inform Eric on Bill’s betrayal! Looking forward to the next chapter!

Now it’s your turn…Deborah LOVES reading all of your comments, so please don’t be shy! Tell her what you think in the comment section below!

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34 comments on “The Dark Queen – Chapter 4

  1. i have loved these chapters. Can’t wait for the next one. I like the Bill being dead.

  2. I think Sookie will faint after Eric tells of William Thomas Compton’s death.
    What was Bill doing in the club???
    And who was Yvetta working for???
    And who killed both yvetta & William Thomas Compton????

    • Why would she faint? She might be upset, sure, but she’ll get over it. Bill was there because Yvetta called him, he’s the one she was working for. As if I didn’t think that woman could possibly be a bigger moron, she goes and proves me wrong.

      • “Why would she faint?”

        Low blood sugar? Eric’s beauty?

        • That makes sense, but fainting over Bill’s death doesn’t. A year has passed for Sookie, and this time it was an actual year. I’d say she’s way over him now, being in Eric’s presence would do that to a person.

    • I can tell you the answer to your second question. Yvetta was working for Bill. He sent her to do his dirty work.

  3. I was hoping Bill was the vampire victim, after finding out that Yvetta was working for him. And screwing him at that, she really decided to take a major step down. Can’t say I’m sad to see either of them go, and while Sookie may feel something for Bill’s death, I doubt the grief would be so much that it would cause an argument between her and Eric, so I voted for the latter. As for the second poll, I voted for Eric, even though I really don’t want him to be King. Russell’s not a good choice, either. Great chapter, you have me on the edge of my seat.

  4. OH…yes…BILL is GONE.. !!! YESSSSS!!!! >:)

  5. I have no desire for an argument over Bill’s death. That’s WAY too much like TB. I want fairy Sookie to make a sarcastic remark and laugh evilly. Okay maybe not but it’s on my Christmas wish list!

    I’m all for batshit Russell as King though. He can parade boys who look like Talbot through his mansion while doing all kinds of evil and Sookie can zap him with her microwave fingers.

  6. Again, brilliantly written! I can’t wait to find out what Queen Beeehl was doing in the night club and what else was going on! Ahhhhh! Can’t wait for the next chapter! Brava, Deborah! <3

  7. Love it! love it! love it! So glad Bill is gone! You are doing an awesome job Deborah! I enjoy your stories so much :-)

  8. Hi gals (and boys, if there are any – say hello! ;-) ),

    thanks again for your great comments, they mean so much to me. It’s always amazing how much you care about my story. Also, I feel that the chapters wouldn’t be half as good without Erika’s awesome introductions and afterwords! *hug*

    Ok – just wanted to add something about my latest chapter. Please don’t make a Bill discussion out of this – actually, I’ve always liked Bill’s multi-layered character on the show (that is, up to season 3!) and in the books, and Stephen Moyer’s acting is great. Have you ever seen him in interviews? He seems to be a very funny and sweet guy.

    BUT – the character of Bill just got SO annoying in the end since him and Sookie are over, and he shouldn’t get involved into Eric and Sookie’s relationship anymore! I hardly couldn’t stand watching all those awkward threesome scenes at the end, it just didn’t make sense to me considering the course the story had taken, so I definitely didn’t want to use any scenes with Bill in my fanfiction. And I felt that if he had to go, it should be with a bang, at least – instead of just not mentioning him. This also gives the story a new twist. Sookie has a strong motivation to hunt down the killer now, too, just like Eric is obliged to as the Sheriff. She has a strong, loving relationship with Eric, and will despise Bill for what he wanted to do to her beloved Viking, but it’s in her character that she wants to see justice done.

    Ok – thanks again, luvya!!! See you very soon – only here on … tadaaaa!!!
    Eric and Sookie Lovers, the home of striking Viking hotness.

    (Well, I guess I leave this part to Erika *LOL*)

    • HI MS . COURT, I KNOW YOU ARE A VERY BUSY PERSON . I AM DYING INSIDE WHEN DO YOU THINK WE MAY GET CHAPTER 5 . I AM HAVING THE DARK QUEEN WITHDRAWAL . I HOPE SOON . I LOVE YUOR STORIES .. BRILLIANT WORK . MASTERPIECE . YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN A WRITER FOR TRUE BLOOD . YOU NEVER DISAPPOINT . . I CAN`T WAIT TO READ YOUR NEXT CHAPTER ABOUT OUR FAVORITE VIKING AND HIS LOVER THANKS AGAIN YOU ARE THE GREATEST

  9. Am loving the story so far and certainly will not miss Bill. Don’t think Sookie would argue with Eric over Bill’s demise and I really want Eric to know about Bill’s betrayal. As for who will be king I don’t think Eric wants that headache besides which Russell would be such devilish fun.

  10. Beehl is cone, something probably we will never see in TB… Ball is Beehl”s boner….

  11. OMG!!! Such a great chapter- not just because King Bill is gone for good. But it is just so nicely written- I just love it. Thank you Deborah- for sharing with us your time, talent and love for Eric & Sookie. Thank you!!!!

  12. Bill is gone and lots of people are happy:); its a shame that we will never see that on TB, the show would be so much better without ABs Bill obsession…

    I really liked the chapter, really looking forward to whats going to happen next:)

  13. DING DONG KING BILL IS DEAD YEAH . I KNOW SOOKIE AND ERIC ARE TOGETHER SO I KNOW THAT SOOKIE IS A FOOL IF SHE GET ANGRY WITH ERIC THEN WE WILL KNOW THAT HER LOVE IS NOT PURE TOWARDS ERIC SHE HAS BEEN WITH ERIC WHAT ALMOST A YEAR OR MORE .SHE HAS GOTTEN TO KNOW THAT ERIC IS HER SOULMATE .ALL BILL WANTED TO DO IS FIND A WAY TO GET RID OF ERIC KILLING OF SOME SORT TO BRING HIM DOWN . I KNOW THAT SOOKIE WILL STILL BE BY ERIC SIDE EVEN THOUGH SHE HAD A ROMANCE WITH HIM (BILL) HE WAS HER FIRST . ERIC LOVES HER UNCONDITIONALLY AND DON`T GIVE A F**K WHAT ANY ONE SAYS . AS FOR YVETTA ERIC HAS NEVER TOLD HER HE LOVED HER AND HE GAVE HER A BETTER JOB ALONG WITH GOOD SEX . I AM GLAD THAT ERIC STOP SLEEPING WITH HER THE MINUTE SOOKIE CAME THERE AS WELL . PAM LET SOOKIE GO DOWN THERE ON PURPOSE BUT I AM GLAD SHE DID SO ERIC WOULD NOT SLEEP WITH ANYONE BUT HER WHEN THEY DID GET THE CHANCE . ERIC NEVER NEEDED A BLOOD BOND WITH SOOKIE SEASON 1 EPISODE 4 IT WAS A INSTANT ATTRACTION HE WAS IN LOVE WITH HER FROM THE MOMENT HE SAW HER . HE ASK BILL IS SHE YOURS HIS RESPONSE WAS WHAT A PITY FOR ME . SOOKIE NEVER STOPPED LOOKING AT HIM SHE LIED TO BILL THE WHOLE TIME SHE ALWAYS WANTED ERIC ……. MS . COURT I AM SO LOVING YOUR STORIES PLEASE NEVER STOP WRITING ANYTHING ABOUT MY FAVORITE CHARACTERS ERIC / SOOKIE . I REALLY LIKE ALL THE CHAPTERS LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEXT

  14. Great chapter! Happy to see Bills gooey butt and eager for the next chapter. Thank you!!

  15. NO MORE BILL BYE BYE NO ONE WILL MISS YOU . I CAN SEE KING OF LOUISIANA ERIC NORTHMAN AT LEAST HE WILL HAVE EARNED IT . THE NERVE OF BILL TRYING TO DO ERIC IN .. YVETTA GOT WHAT SHE DESERVE TO LIKE ERIC ALWAYS TOLD SOOKIE DON`T TRUST BILL YVETTA SHOULD HAVE RAN WHEN BILL CAME TO HER WITH THIS IDEA ….. I KNOW SOOKIE /ERIC WILL LOOK FOR WHO DID IT . BUT BILL DESERVED IT ALL THE TIMES HE TRIED TO MAKE SOOKIE BELIEVE ERIC WAS THE BAD GUY . I HOPE SHE SEE IT NOW . I KNOW THEY WILL NOT LET THIS DESTROY WHAT THEY HAVE ACCOMPLISH TOGETHER . THEY LOVE EACH OTHER SHE IS ERIC`S NOW . AND ERIC IS HERS . GREAT STORY . MS .COURT BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN A MASTERPIECE CAN`T WAIT TO READ THE NEXT CHAPTER . I HOPE IT IS NOT TO LONG AWAY I AM SO HOOKED . YOU ARE GIFTED .

  16. WHO KILLED BILL AND YVETTA . I THINK RUSSELL DON`T KNOW IF I AM RIGHT JUST A GUESS

  17. Hey Deborah, just wanted to say, this chapter was well worth the wait. Can’t wait to see what happens next. Sure wish TB was a show you were writing for, ’cause at least I know that story would be told on TV the way it really should be!!!!

    Keep up the great storyline, waiting for the next chapter……..

  18. It’s really Christmas uh? Bill is dead, it can only be Christmas!! lol
    I read all the chapters and i can’t wait to read Sookie’s reaction! I kow mine is of pure joy but i bet she doesn’t feel the same xD

  19. Wow!! This is the epitome of awesome writing!!! I just love it and can’t get enough!!!
    Deborah you rock!!!! More, more, more!!!! I voted, but whatever you write I’m sure will be perfect !!!!!!

  20. I’m sure Sookie will suffer a bit for bill (for a minute) but she will be helped to forget his very existence by Eric!!!!

  21. Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy! Waiting for the next chapter, thanks.

  22. This voting idea sucks. Is it the reason it is taking so long to get new chapters? I’m moving on to other fanfiction.

    • Wow, you are seriously impatient. It’s not like she takes months between updates like some other fan fictions do. I happen to like the voting idea, and no one else has complained about it.

      • I agree with you Tammy, I’m enjoying the voting makes me feel a little part of the action. Sure wish AB would let the fans have some input on TB. Besides this story is well worth a few days wait.

        • Exactly, at least it feels like we’re contributing, unlike the show. Plus, for anyone who actually writes fan fiction, it takes a while to get ideas let alone writing them down. She’s a pretty fast updater compared to others I’ve read.

          • You gals are so positive. Need it to rub off on me! LOL I was venting my frustration. I LOVE the story 10x better than anythng else I’ve read. Too bad Deborah can’t receive financial compensation for writing the TB stories. Hmmm. wonder if we can start a petition to haver her replace AB!! :)

      • BTW, from one Tammy to another, back off the personal comments about my mood/demeanor.

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