Danny woke up in the morning, remembering the events of the day before. He groaned as he got out of bed and went downstairs. To his surprise, Jazz, Sam, Tucker and Valerie were all waiting for him.
"What's up?" asked Danny.
"We just wanted to thank you and tell you, you did a great job Danny and we couldn't be more proud of you." Jazz said.
"I wanted to say that I used to judge all ghosts the same, I thought they were all trying to destroy the world but you opened my eyes, thankyou Danny." Valerie announced.
"I wanted to make sure you knew that I will always be by your side, man. I wouldn't let anything happen to you and you know that. No matter how upset you're feeling, you can always come to me." Tucker said.
"And I want to tell you I love you and I always will. I will be there for you, even if you aren't there for me." Sam admitted.
"Thanks you guys." Danny thanked them.
They all hugged and Valerie decided it was time to go. Tucker decided to follow her, probably trying to ask her out and Jazz left to go to the school library. Sam took Danny onto the roof to talk to him.
"Danny, I really love you." Sam said.
"I love you too Sam, I always have." Danny told her.
They kissed and sat on the roof almost all day, watching the passers by and people in the next street. Danny remembered all the times he spent up on the Op Centre, he wouldn't be spending times fighting ghosts up here. No more ghost family trips, nothing would be the same again.
His parents came and joined him on the roof.
"So, you really are giving up on ghost hunting for good?" Danny asked.
"Yes son, it put too many lives in danger. We are thinking of moving away, to leave all the ghosts and ghost hunting behind. We wont move for a couple of years though, we haven't got enough money to buy a good enough house yet, you spent a bit too much on ghost hunting." Jack said.
"But I don't want to move, I love it here." Danny told him.
"Danny, we wont be moving for years, you might be old enough to live on your own by then. For now, lets just watch the sunset." Said Maddie.
Danny put his arm around Sam and they watched the sunset. It was so beautiful, so orange. Danny loved watching sunsets, especially with the people he loved. They kind of reminded him of Sam, in a weird way. Even though she liked all dark things, it still reminded him of her. Maybe it was because he had seen nothing like it. Or maybe because they were both beautiful. All he knew was life had changed for good.