Epilogue -THe End

Sam and I stood outside. The puppies were fighting over our last tennis ball. Lucky had ripped apart the other one. We were going to get more tomorrow, after Sam got his paycheck. He had gotten a job as a waiter in a nearby restaurant. I had been looking for a job as well, but I hadn't found one yet.

Sam shook his head at me, "They are desperate for that ball." Star jumped on top of her sister and snatched the ball out of her mouth. Instead of getting up like I expected, she continued to sit on Lucky and chew the ball happily.

I watched them in amusement, "Star is teasing Lucky. That is so mean. And that is so your dog."

He shoved me playfully, "No way, she learned that from you. I could never be that mean." I rolled my eyes. Lucky had managed to get out from under Star and was now chasing her around the yard. I rolled my eyes. My mom called from the kitchen window. I turned around, she was placing a loaf of bread on the sill.

"Make sure nothing gets this. I am not having my tasty bread disappear like in those movies." I agreed and turned to watch it, making sure nothing came for it. Her last three had vanished. I had a feeling that it was Sam that took them though. He was in my eye sight as well. He stood in front of me so I could see him and the bread at the same time.

Star and Lucky ran through my legs. As they passed in front of me, Star dropped the ball and started barking. Lucky did the same. Sam's eye's grew wide for a moment before turning around and telling the dogs to hush.

I looked at him in confusion. I wonder what he was looking at. Before I could turn around, he turned to me and shook his head, saying it was nothing.

Are you sure? You seemed pretty spooked. I-" I gasped and sucked in air as something grabbed me. I spun around, facing a white haired boy. My eyes widened.

"Slate," I whispered. He nodded, not saying anything. He turned to Sam.

"Go ahead and take her, just don't let the pups escape. They will never come back." Slate grabbed my hand and pulled me out of the gate and near the edge of the forest.

"Slate? Is that really you? It has been forever since I saw you."

He smiled slightly, "It's only been a month."

"I know, but you left without any warning. I don't have any idea what is going on. What happened to the Angels? Did you stop the war? What about you and Clover? Are you two still hurt? Those were bad cuts-" He placed a finger on my lip. I glared at him.

"I know, I am sorry. We did stop the Angels. Yesterday Akira made the final agreement with them. We are all allies again. Clover and I were fine, they healed quickly. They were not as bad as they seemed. I promise I will not take so long to see you again. I was searching some things up."

I sighed, that means he found something that would make me forgive him. "What things?"

"Well, I remembered you saying how your mother and Sam would age faster than you. I decided to see what I could find out about that. From what I found out, they can age as slow as you if they wish. Because they know what is going on, your magic can kind of, embrace them."

"That is pretty neat. So you will come over more?"

He glanced back at the house, "I don't know if I should. I don't want to interfere with you and your puppies. It's obvious you do not want me near anymore." I glared and punched him in the arm.

"Of course I want you to come. I want all of you to come. You-" I paused, watching a smile growing on his face. Stupid Demon, he was messing with me.

I pouted and turned away. He grabbed my shoulder so I would look at him again. "That was cruel of me, I apologize. But in all seriousness, there is something I want to show you." He grabbed my hand and flashed us to the clearing we would always walk too. I looked around in confusion. Boards and boxes of nails rested everywhere. Slate picked up a piece of paper and handed it to me.

It was a house. I scanned it over and looked back up. Slate watched me nervously. I smiled.

"This would be awesome! Can we really do it?"

"Yep, as you can see, we haven't started yet. But I wanted to see what you thought. All of us could stay here. Even Sam and your mom. And the puppies." I hugged him.

"Did I ever mention what an awesome dog you are?"

He laughed and hugged me back, "I could stand to hear it a little more. So I say about another month and we will have it done. Might as well warn your mother to start packing."

"You are going to visit me during that month, right?"

He rolled his eyes before bowing, "Or course. Now come one. The others want to see you as well. You were not the only one feeling upset." He grabbed my hand and led me into he forest, where the others waited.

The End

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