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The Vampire Diaries: by L.J Smith

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So I've read the four books, (in the picture above two books in one each.) and have been hooked to the series ever since. Anyone else read them? L.J Smith is writing a Vampire Diaries 2 with the return of all the characters and (correct me if I'm wrong) the first book is called Vampire Diaries V: Damon.

EDIT: Did anyone feel like dying at the ending of The Reunion? I've been a rabid Damon/Elena fan since she met him and the whole thing he seems to be having with Bonnie is really pissing me off. I've re-read the books and the ending when Bonnie says thinks for a second she thinks she saw stars in Damon's eyes when he looked at her one last time before leaving. It made me want to cry and scream at the same time.

Anyone else a Damon/Elena shipper? *pouts*

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