We were at my house by now. Andy'd had to carry me home after I'd passed out on the sidewalk. I woke up about two minutes after I'd passed out, but I didn't exactly feel like moving, so I pretended.
I was lying on the couch with my eyes closed, trying not to think of what had just happened. It's not everyday some one tells your you're part werewolf now, is it? Not exactly the news you're hoping to hear. But hey, I guess it all works out for the best, right?
"So, you're sure I'm part werewolf?" Andy nodded. "Then how come I never knew this? And how come I don't get the urge to howl whenever I see a full moon?"
He sighed. "That part isn't exactly true. You can change whenever you want. You just didn't know about it until now, so you haven't thought about it yet."
"Right," I said like a good little girl. "Oh, sweet mother of God, this is all too weird." I leaned my head back against the couch. "Again, how come I was never told this?"
"Your mom never did tell your dad what she was. Just as he never told her."
"What do you mean?" I asked. And how the hell do you know my parents?, I thought to myself.
"Your dad never told your mom he was a psychic. And she never told him she was a werewolf."
"Now that's just stupid." I didn't mean to speak ill of the dead, especially my parents, but that was pretty moronic on their part. Why do you do that? I could never lie to some one I loved.
He raised his hands in surrender. "Don't look at me, I'm not the one who did it."
I shook my head and sighed. "I know, I know. How did you know my parents?"
"My dad was never really there to tell me what it would bw like to be a werewolf and my mom knew your parents extremely well, so she took me to her to have her explain," he answered. "She was truly a great person," he added.
"I know, I remember her... Sort of. So how come I don't remember you, huh?"
"You remember that late night job your mom used to have?" I nodded. "That was when she went to help me."
I nodded to show I understood. He got up off the couch and started to walk to the door. "I guess I'll see you later then?" he asked. I shook my head and he gave me a questioning look. "We do still have one thing to take care of." I smiled mischeiviously. "Kiss me."