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About today’s guest: Olga Kwak
Olga is the Junior Web Maintenance Technician for eHarlequin.com. An avid reader, in her spare time she blogs about life in Toronto at www.gloryfades.org and her obsession with the written word at Get Thee to a Punnery!
There’s something comforting about knowing your one true love is a werewolf. Sure, he might shed. Yes, he goes through clothing like it’s made of tissue. But even if he can tear a human limb from limb and barely break a sweat, you know he’s loyal to you and you alone. His love is intense and it makes you feel like you’re the only person in the world.
So what if he brings home the occasional flea?
My best friend and I are gaga over True Blood. It’s the perfect TV cocktail for girlies like us who have grown up watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer. But it’s even better because it has the added bonus of featuring a very sexy werewolf. Based on the Dead Until Dark book series by Charlaine Harris, it follows the story of Sookie Stackhouse and a variety of characters (both normal and paranormal) as they try and get through the day-to-day in Bon Temps, Louisiana. Of course there’s a little murder and intrigue thrown in to keep the viewer wondering.
And the best part about the show? Why Sam Merlotte, of course. Owner and operator of Merlotte’s, the local watering hole, Sam is an every-day sorta fella with a big secrethe can morph into an animal. Sandy haired Sam has a heart of gold and his border collie animal form makes you want to curl up next to him and take a nap. It also doesn’t hurt that he tends to be nekkid when he turns back into a human!
So you can see why I’m anxiously awaiting season two’s premiere (all the way in July!) ‘Til then, I guess I’ll just have to content myself with the books, which isn’t a bad deal for a bookworm like me.
It’s funny, growing up I was always more into the vampires. But my tastes have changed over time. These days I gravitate more towards these hunky wolfy men. I guess I’ve learned that vampires may love you and leave you, but werewolves will always follow the scent back home.