As a person with so few living relatives, supernaturally gifted Louisiana cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse really hated to lose one. But she never thought it would be her cousin Hadley, a consort of the Vampire Queen of New Orleans. Since Hadley was a vampire, she was already dead – weird! And now, as unexpected heir to Hadley’s estate, Sookie discovers that someone doesn’t want her snooping around, going through Hadley’s possessions and her past. But why? And who?
Well, I need to confess, I liked Bill a lot. Maybe better than Eric, but unlike many other lovers of this book, I did not like earlier that Sookie and Bill’s relationship was on the rocks. Now, that it is definite that they are never going to be together, I am making an effort to like Eric and Quinn. Quinn, of course what is there not to like, but through out the book I kept on thinking that Quinn would definitely turn out to be a bad guy and poor Sookie will be hurt again – hmm, you have to read to find out if I was right in thinking so.
With the entry of Queen of Louisiana, things have got a royal feel, and I, like Sookie, am more than ready to return to Bon Temps. One last thing, I totally love Amelia, she is so cute and of course Bob, her cat.