The fact that in the new books (War of Roses) Damon is refering to Bonnie as home, his home.
“Just…be” Be home! And after this comes the glorious kiss in which Bonnie felt a connection with his soul. “She knew what that had been. That had been a complete, terrible, wonderful meeting of lips and souls.”
There is this quote that says, “Home is where the heart is.” And it’s true. Bonnie’s heart (everyone actually knows this, Caroline said it) is with Damon, her home, and Damon’s heart is with her. She is his home.
Stefan was right to say that Damon’s true love is Bonnie (“The one and only in all the worlds.”)
I really believe that Bonnie and Damon were destined to meet and save each other. In the short story, ‘After Hours’ by LJ Smith, Damon met Bonnie for the first time and saved her from a wolf pack that was trying to kill her.
In the first book ‘The Awakening’ Bonnie told her friends about her grams who prophesied that she would die, and be young and beautiful in her coffin. However, that wasn’t her fate because Damon saved her. And he saved her from her destiny again, by dying for her instead in ‘Midnight’.
Basically, Damon is her real destiny, her savior. Additionally, Bonnie is his last reach towards light.
After 500 years he meets his light; his one chance of finding salvation. He was meant to know her because only she can bring his humanity out of him.
It’s true that they are meant for each other, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be in a romantic way, but with those two characters, there’s no way romantic feelings couldn’t be involved.
They aren’t some fairytale, they are just: Bonnie and Damon at the edge of the world.
Damon was looking down at her with an expression she had never seen before. At least, she’d never seen it directed toward her before. His dark eyes seemed to be filled with stars, just like the brilliant stars that blazed overhead in the moonless sky.
Evensong, War of Roses: The way Damon looks at Bonnie
Fan Interpretation of Matsuri Hino’s Thought Process
NOTE: I have no evidence this did (or didn’t)
happen. Intended to be humorous/ mildly depressing. If you feel
strongly about Kaname, you’ve been forewarned.
time I think about Matsuri Hino-sensei’s thought process while writing
Kaname’s character, I can only imagine her being like:
Ok, here we go, let’s make this guy subtly (but not too subtly) this story’s villain.
What color scheme? Oh yeah black, all dark hues and red. Maybe even a chessboard. Everyone will pick up on that.
Wait, people think that’s sexy?
Well, I guess… but he’s supposed to be a villain, not just a dark character!
what about showing him as two-faced and
universally feared? Nice to Yuuki but cold to everyone else? Throw in
some corporal punishment, erasing Yuuki’s memories, some canon evidence
even Yuuki is frightened by him, the graphic murder of a somewhat
sympathetic character. They have to see what I’m hinting at now, right?
Whoa, whoa WHAT? Really? His fans say he’s just being protective?
All right, how about this: I’ll show him being even more antagonistic
and condescending towards the other male romantic lead, have him change
Yuuki into a vampire without warning or seeking her permission, he’ll
tell her they’re siblings, then he’ll single-handedly take down the
entire vampire government with no clear plan for reconstruction, murder
all the vampire representatives, and manipulate aforementioned rival
romantic lead into killing his pureblood uncle because he can’t do it
himself. Plus I’ll even throw in some parallels between the disturbed
uncle and Kaname and a few images comparing Kaname to a demon. Oh and
now Kaname and Yuuki are brother and sister. Anything yet?
Ugh, wth? Now they think he’s a sexy protective misunderstood rebel onii-sama? No villainous vibes at all?
right, I can do this. He’ll spirit the leading lady away to an
isolated mansion where he won’t let her out for over a year. I’ll show
her absolutely miserable and out of character all because he says he
likes her better that way. She’ll feel guilty, scared, thirsty, and
alone. When she gets a taste of freedom, goes against his wishes and
almost bites her childhood friend in a delirious/ starved/ injured state
I’ll even have him punish her for it! Ha! Oh and he lied to her about
them being siblings, he’s really her great great great grandfather or
something and her real brother’s been dead all along. Not cute now,
Oh God. Some people only feel sorry for him? They don’t find any of this even alittle bit disturbing?
He’s supposed to be a tragic villain for crying out loud!
Am I being too subtle for them?
Let’s ramp it up even
more. Kaname will tell Yuuki he’ll kill her if she leaves, or she’ll
have to kill him! Then he’ll go off on a pureblood genocide mission and
(kind of) kill Aido’s dad! I’ll even have him get Ruka (you know, that
girl I have following him around like a loyal lovelorn puppy) to use
her abilities to trick Yuuki into thinking Zero wants to kill her as a
distraction. Then, despite Ruka loyally following Kaname without
protest for two dozen chapters, she’ll have a last minute change of
heart and defend Zero from Kaname’s attack, nearly killing her in the
process! Oh, then Kaname will leave her behind. Nothing yet? How
about making Kaname responsible for all of Zero’s suffering! He tore
the lovers apart out of jealousy! Yuuki still feels guiily and wants to
die because of everything Kaname’s doing in her name/ for her
Who could POSSIBLY think any of this is swoon worthy?
They do? No. No. I can’t take this, I’m running out of ideas.
Hail Mary pass. Yuuki will kiss Zero and realize he’s the one she wants
to cherish, then she’ll confess that in another life she believes they
would’ve been together if their status didn’t separate them. After that
she’ll take Zero’s memories because she’s certain her only option is to
kill Kaname through self sacrifice and she doesn’t want Zero to suffer
without her. Good good, people will feel sorry for Zero now that I
threw in an amnesia plot device, right? Then, when Yuuki is at her most
vulnerable Kaname won’t hold back. He’ll tell her he doesn’t make her
happy then sleep with the confused, hurting 17 year old to prove to her
he doesn’t make her happy.
PLEASE tell me they’ve woken up? This isn’t even bordering on subtle anymore. No? Really?
give up. I don’t even know what I’m doing anymore. Why do people
still support him? I don’t get it. I thought the love triangle would
be resolved by now. I only did all of this because my editors insisted
and now they want me to end it. I threw in every villainous action and
quality I could think of, to the point of making some of this guy’s
behavior incomprehensible, even to me. All of this, just to prove how
bad and undesirable he is, and there are people out there who are still romanticizing him as a wounded, tragic hero?
That’s it, his heart’s going into the furnace. He’ll ship Zeki with his dying words. There is no wayanyone can misconstrue that.
—–ONE ETERNITY LATER—–
Christ, people are STILL worshiping this character? I even admitted
that I dropped the ball on this one! Guys, I turned him into a popsicle turned amnesiac so we all could put the doom and gloom behind us. Just
because someone donates an organ out of gratitude doesn’t mean they’ve
formed a mystical romantic transcendent connection with the recipient.
It isn’t really all that romantic. If it was a kidney you wouldn’t feel
I’m done, Zeki’s canon. Here’s some more
Zeki/Aidori/Rukain/Shima/ Daddy Zero fluff chapters cause that’s all I
really wanted to draw in the end anyway. Peace out.
“Bonnie,” Damon said again. “Come on.” He was wrapping his jacket around her again, trying to tuck her arms into the armholes. Bonnie let him do it. Her arms hung limply, and the jacket made her want to shudder. The leather of it smelled like Damon now to her. And the smell made her remember that one moment—a moment that had seemed to last forever—when his lips had touched hers.