The Vampire Diaries

I know I should be writing a post about how I’m gearing up for my second round of revisions, and that my editor is waiting to edit my next book in my Beyond the Eyes series. However, I felt like doing a post on this instead. So if you love The Vampire Diaries TV show like I do, or you’re curious about it, sit back and enjoy and let’s have some fun.

I became friends with a wonderful girl, on Goodreads, and her and I have been discussing The Vampire Diaries. If you have never watched this show before, and you’re into the paranormal, I suggest you start watching it because it’s that good. In fact, Kevin knows not to bother me when it’s on. Hell, everybody knows not to. LOL.

If you don’t know anything about this show, you might be lost while reading this post, however, you can check out the videos down below, it might pique your interest enough to watch it.

Anyway, I told my Goodreads’ buddy that I would like to see Damon and Elena get together in this next season, which starts, I believe, on October 11th.


I told her that I know Damon has done some horrible things, but he does have a good side to him. He actually cares a lot, but he shuts off those feelings (his humanity) because it hurts too much. He wants so badly to be human again, but can’t, so he gives into his vampire side so he doesn’t have to feel those feelings. When I mentioned this to my Goodreads buddy, she reminded me of some things he'd done that was pretty messed up, like this scene down below.


Yeah, Lexie was a vampire, but she was a good person. Damon should have never killed Lexie. And then my Goodreads buddy reminded me of when Damon snapped Jeremy’s neck. For those of you who have never watched the show, Jeremy is Elena’s brother. They’re both human. Damon and Stefan are vampires, and they’re brothers who are in love with Elena. Here’s the scene where Damon snaps Jeremy’s neck. Thank God; Jeremy was wearing the ring.

Okay, so my Goodreads buddy has a valid point. Damon should have never done those things, and he can be an asshole. But then I think about this.

I know it’s no excuse for being a jerk at times, but there’s good in him. Also, he didn’t want to be a vampire, but after Stefan turned into a vampire, he encouraged Damon to become one as well, because he didn’t want to be alone. So I’m hoping in this new season, Damon will give into his true self and be a better person.

And then there’s Stefan. . .

I have to admit, he is hot.

Back in the day, Stefan did some horrible and gruesome things, like completely wiping out families. He was known as The Ripper.

But then Lexie helped him defeat that side of himself. She rehabilitated him. She was truly a good friend.

Then one day, Stefan saw Elena, and he couldn’t stay away from her. They fell in love.

So is the best yet to come? A lot has happened since Stefan and Elena first met. Are they meant to be together? I know Elena has feelings for Damon now. I mean, check out this steamy scene.

So, who is Elena going to choose? Will it be Stefan or Damon?


  1. Oh how I love that you posted this!! VD is one of my absolute favorites and I just learned about it this summer!! I am all caught up and eagerly awaiting Oct 11th!!

    I am with you about Damon. Not only is he hot, but underneath it all, he really is a good person. Like you said, it just hurts too much for him and he doesn't like people to EXPECT him to be good. Cannot wait to see what happens!

  2. I love this show but I've only seen a few episodes of this past season. I need to catch up!

  3. I can't wait to see what happens too. I'm so looking forward to Oct. 11th :)

  4. Ooh I saw that the episodes are on Netflix and I was thinking about watching it!

  5. I love this show so much!! Of my house of 8 at uni, 5 of us are totally addicted to it (and only a matter of time until the other 3 fall too).

    "Delena" all the way!! Stefan is great and all that, but Damon and Elena have this much more intense thing going on!!

  6. I agree. I think Stephan is great, but Damon and Elena does have an intense chemistry going on. I'm hoping the writers will explore it more.