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Hope that this answers your question about the title guy... MinorStoop 09:12, April 1, 2013 (UTC)
ReaderFan, please do not start main space pages for what's better suited to blogs. You'll only get said pages deleted. MinorStoop 01:33, April 2, 2013 (UTC)
Good Evening! I found you on here too! Maybe I'll find a few people here to read my story, mind if helping?
Hi there :) You commented on blog and said something about not knowing about the Night World series. Well it's a series of nine standalone novels about a secret society of vampires, witches, shapeshifters, and werewolves who live in secrecy from the human world. They call their world the "Night World" and there are two cardinal rules that are punishable by death if broken: 1) Never tell a human about the Night World, 2) Never fall in love with a human.
Now the series' main theme is about forbidden love due to couples that are breaking the Night World laws. It turns out there is an ancient theory that's behind these events called the Soulmate Principle, which is basically forcing Night People to fall in love with humans. Later on in the series it is revealed that the sudden reappearance of the Soulmate Principle is not a coincidence and it is in fact one of the signs that something huge is happening that's affecting both the humans and the Night World.
Anyway, that's the series more or less. I'm sure a Twilight fan and an active reader such as yourself will enjoy the series. I discovered the books last year and I'm an admin on Night World Wiki, trying to make it a definitive source of information about the books. M.J. Daniels (talk • contribs) 16:09, June 1, 2014 (UTC)