Mates for Life Epilogue
The house of Mrs. Geldson was burned to the ground, and her books, including the Lemegeton, buried deep in the most uninhabited parts of Mount Mansfield, never again to be touched by man or werewolf again. Mrs. Geldson, now named Vesta, lives with Acton and I, as if I had given birth to her. She remembers nothing of her former life or the deeds she has done before. Its probably better that way. Any memories she may have had of her previous life will come to her as a dream. I will do my best to keep her happy, as a den mother should.
The pack members have all returned from refuge. They have heard my calling them and I have given them back their former memories and the ability to shift between human and wolf; however, on condition that they continue to meet as a pack at the spot Balun called home. Once a month, at the very least. Acton and I, however, go there quite often and teach Vesta the ways of the wolf.
But we are also careful to show her the ways of being human as well. Not