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At this late stage in the series, we didn't think Game of Thrones could make us root for a new couple. But then Sansa ran into a crying Theon Greyjoy's arms, and we instantly wanted these two to have a happy ending together. Could romance even be in the cards for the Lady of Winterfell and the Stark ward? Ned Stark raised Theon as one of his own, but in season two, the Greyjoy heir chooses to betray Robb Stark and take Winterfell to prove himself to his biological father. He's more than paid for his sins since then, but he and Sansa would still have a long road ahead of them in terms of building a healthy relationship — and that's making the completely unsafe assumption that they'll both survive the Battle of Winterfell.
Right now, Sansa's joy at seeing Theon again seems to be rooted in having a member of her family back who truly understands what she went through with Ramsay. Theon is there to witness every awful thing Ramsay did to her, including her rape on their wedding night. That's because he tortures Theon and forces him to be "Reek" — a broken version of himself. In season six, they escape his reign of terror together, but while the eldest Stark sister sets off to reunite with Jon, Theon still believes he needs to be with his sister Yara in the Iron Islands.
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He's made his choice for good now. Theon is ready to die defending the Starks, and Sansa is overjoyed to have him home. What's unclear is whether or not either of them is ready to start a relationship at this point in time. The reigning Lady of Winterfell is more powerful than she's ever been, and her focus is on protecting the North, whatever the...
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