Epilogue

I guess I was trying to avoid this cuz I really don't want it to end, but it was going to sooner or later. This is it guys. Soon, it will all be over. Hope you like the end, cuz I know I do.

Epilogue

We were finally settled. Aneurin had helped us move in. He said since he paid for the house he might as well make sure we were settled. You heard right folks. Aneurin Caddock paid to have a house built for the Flock just outside the Eugene city limits.

"Any friend of Emrys's is a friend of mine," he had said.

I'm not complaining. We got a huge, awesome house for free! And we had a rich sixteen-year-old for a friend. Emrys was still at the completed house in Wales Aneurin had bought for the two of them. She was still recovering but Carlisle had released her from the Watchtower a few weeks ago.

"So will we be seeing you around at all?" I asked Aneurin.

We were at the airport, since we were moved in enough to head back home.

"Probably not," he said. "But I expect you all in Wales in about three or four years."

I raised an eyebrow.

"Why's that?" I asked.

He smiled. "Emrys is officially my fiancée. As soon as we're both old enough we're getting married, and you're all invited to the wedding."

"That's great Aneurin. Congrats. Emrys is very lucky to have a guy like you."

"Luck has nothing to do with it."

The last call for his flight sounded over the loudspeaker.

"Make sure to stay in touch," he said, shouldering his carry-on bag. "And make sure to keep an eye out for wedding invitations."

I nodded and waved as he boarded the plane.

Fang met me at the door when I got home. It was late so the others were probably asleep already. I sighed as I entered the house – our house. I smiled at Fang, and he smiled back. He was doing that a lot more often lately, and I was glad. I liked it when he smiled. I sat down on the couch in the living room without bothering to turn on a light.

"Is something wrong?" Fang asked as he sat down next to me.

"No." I was about to say everything was perfect, but that wouldn't be true. There was one thing missing.

I leaned over and kissed him on the lips. He looked a little stunned but I didn't care.

"Everything's perfect Fang."