Luna loved to watch the sun set. It was always peaceful always warm. She began to hum to herself the same song that once was held for Davynn, but now when she sang it a new, a different face came into her mind. A face which now peered at her. Do different from Davynn was he, yet also so similar. The last time she saw Davynn and spoke with him, really spoke with him, he seemed to know that she had an attraction to him, she played with his emotions asked him if her were jealous. He refused such notions, but part of her knew that in his heart he was, and it seems he may have had a reason to be. She liked Aldan, the way he used his power so confidently, the way he was always concious of thier situation and marking possible escape routes, but perhaps most of all she liked the way he looked at her, those eyes drifting over her body and then staring deeply into her eyes, as if he were peering into her very soul; the same way Davynn used to in her dreams. Sometimes these feelings made her feel guilty, Davynn alone somewhere dark and horrible, while she was standing hand in hand with Aldan. She remembered Khione in her sadness left alone, she realized that she had a love here not one banished forever to the night sky. She was happy, and Davynn even in his absense would not want to deny her this. She didn't know if Davynn would ever again visit her dreams, but she needed a man whom she could love and treasure in her waking hours as well as in her slumber.
"Goodnight Davynn" she whispered. She focused her eyes on Aldan and leaned her head on his shoulder. "Faith told us that each of us holds apart in the others destiny. Do you believe that? Do you think we... all of us were destined to meet?" She knew that she believed it. She had seen and done wonderful, amazing things with this group around her. She had a feeling that the amazing things were not yet at an end. He led her to a log that had fallen to the frozen ground, they sat their together. She noticed that there was loose branches and twigs littering the ground untouched by snow due to the evergreens that served as their protection. She waited patiently for his answer. Her head still lie in the warmth of his shoulder, her small hand still clutched his she took a deep breath, this was by far the most peaceful sunset she had ever experienced She smiled.