Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris

Sookie’s New Year’s Resolution is simple—avoid getting beat up.  She thinks she has a reasonable chance of meeting this goal since she’s no longer with Bill (vampire ex-boyfriend—their relationship led her into some dangerous situations).  Unfortunately, before the night is over, she’ll find herself drawn into vampire troubles again.  As she’s driving home, she sees a half-dressed man running down the road—she stops to see if the man needs help and discovers that it’s Eric (sexy Viking vampire AND head vampire dude for the vicinity).  Eric doesn’t know who he is, who she is or why he’s running—he just knows that he’s in danger.

And so begins the fourth book in the Sookie Stackhouse series.  Eric turns out to be quite the guy when he loses his memory and his relationship with Sookie takes an interesting turn.  Of course, it’s not all fun and games—by protecting Eric, Sookie finds herself a player in the war among vampires, werewolves and witches.  She also has her brother to worry about—he disappeared the night that she brought Eric home—is someone torturing him for information?  Or could his disappearance have something to do with his romancing of a were-panther?

Love this series!!! Love amnesiac-Eric!

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    Melissa said,

    I absolutely love Eric in this book. I was broken hearted when he got his memory back, yet could not remember his time with Sookie. Once again was not a fan of Alcide in this book. The witch wars is the beginning of all the future conflicting wars among the species.

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    […] not saying that Eric and Sookie shouldn’t break up – once his memory was restored in Dead to the World, a relationship between the two of them was somewhat doomed.  He loves Sookie but he loves himself […]


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