Who is Luna's love interest in this #Waiting Sucks Video

In this clip of HBO's teasers for their number one show- True Blood, Sam, the local bar owner and just out of the dog house shifter is talking to a potential new love interest named Luna.

Luna is telling Sam that her exboyfriend is a werewolf- that is unusual because up until now most have been werepanthers or just know as weres. Is this HBO's way of bringing in the werewolf fans, was it a mis spoken/traded word or are they going into the difference between each of the were creatures.

Reaers of the books know that there are weres, werepathers, werefoxes, werelions and many more creatures. Is this a way of introducing another sexy creature and future love interest of Sooke- a weretiger named Quinn?

Well, back to Sam and his new love interest Luna. Will she be as much trouble as his pat love interests? How much will he get involved in the were community?

So, who do we think his new love interest is? Is she a were, shifter or even possibly one of the witches that are to be a part of this season

Watch the video here on Examiner.com: Who is Luna- Sam's new interest in season 4 of True Blood - Lexington vampire | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/vampire-in-lexington/who-is-luna-sam-s-new-interest-season-4-of-true-blood#ixzz1KH8nYbsW

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