Wait a minute...Sue an Uley on her mother's side--wasn't Leah in love with Sam?? I'm confused now.
Cocoa wrote:Could Sue Clearwater be a werewolf? And if so, did she imprint on Charlie?
- The short hair
- A Uley by blood line (Leah claims she and Seth to have equally as strong Beta genetic ties)
- Her nervousness around the Cullens
- Her sudden interest in Charlie's welfare
tricia wrote:- It skipped a generation. That is why Billy was never a wolf but his son is. No one in that generation were wolves.
- I think she just likes him... one mortal to another.
- She is just very informed.
- As for the short hair.. no biggie there, it's a mom hair cut and she is being supportive of her daughter.
- The reaction around vamps? NO ONE on the Res likes vampires. Her daughter and son are MENT to hate and kill them. Even Billy didn't like them till Carlisle helped Jacob... i still don't think he is fully comfortable around them.
debussygirl wrote:- The hair-middle-aged women cut their hair short. When my mom turned 40 she did as sort of an acceptance of growing older. It's easier to manage and maybe she just needed a change after Harry died.
- Uley bloodline. Well Emily's related to Sue and Leah, so shouldn't she be a werewolf then too? And what about all of the other female descendants we don't know about? Wouldn't they be wolves too?
- Nervous around Cullens. Um, wouldn't you be nervous around a vampire you thought could in a split second decide to drink your blood or someone you love's blood?
- "Sudden concern" for Charlie. They've always seemed to be friends. She's always been concerned about him. Just now she's a widow and lonely, while Charlie is a divorcee and lonely. It's natural.
- Additionally, why wouldn't all of the elders who have it in their bloodline be a wolf now too? It seems to only happen among the younger generation and since Sue appears to be old enough to have teenaged children and not a teenager herself I don't think it's possible.
- It skipped a generation. That is why Billy was never a wolf but his son is. No one in that generation were wolves.
Cocoa wrote:- It skipped a generation. That is why Billy was never a wolf but his son is. No one in that generation were wolves.
Just to be clear, the gene didn't skip a generation. Billy has the gene, there was not a catalist at the time of his puberty to instigate the change. Sue has the gene as well. The question is, for a female, how old is too old?
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