Drip. Drip. Drip. Slowly more drops of rain started. Trembled hands were going through the small grey bag with a black wolf motive on it. “Please, don’t say I forgot my keys” mumbled a soft voice. After looking through the bag and not finding the keys, slowly the woman with long light brown hair clapped softly on her pockets on her blue raincoat which reached her knees. Something firm was in her right pocket. “There you are little guy.” Her small red hands which trembled took the old keys out of her pocket and locked the door up. She entered the cold building and turned on the light. A lot of bookshelves was placed around the library and in the middle of the room was the front desk.
Leaving her bag on the desk, she walked to the electricity room while her footsteps echoed in the room. She tried to pull the raincoat closer while she walked faster. Outside she could hear some cars drove by. Through a window she saw some young children and adults walking with umbrellas to the bus stop near the librarian ready to start the day. Finally entering a door with a yellow warning was a lot of different lights and machines. Going to the nearest handle her olive skin hand which was pale turned the warm cables on. Finishing this, she went back to the front desk.
An old man with grey hair rushed in the building while trying to shake of the last drops of rain from the purple umbrella. He looked at Lea and smiled “Good morning Lea”. “Good morning Dan” replied Lea with her own little smile. “I heard some interesting news today, that there will be some new people moving in this evening in this little town. Maybe you would meet someone who can cheer you up? “said Dan with a pant, still tired from when he ran in the building. “Well, that is nice that someone new is moving in. But Dan, I’m not ready for a relationship, and I’m still young” whined Lea while she scanned in some books. “Well you are not getting any younger. At least try to give it a chance. Well I’m off to my office now. You know where to find me if you need any help” said Dan with a wink to Lea. Not giving her any chance to reply or coming with excuses. Not bother by her boss action, Lea organized the books and stacked the books on the shelves. She wished that she could tell Dan the truth. That she was waiting for the right potential soulmate, and that she was a werewolf.
How could she explain to an old man like Dan. That the only way for her to get a potential soulmate was when she felt desire for him. From a young age she was told that every potential soulmate does have a bond. But to find their bonded was not easy. For the first both partner must feel a desire for each other, but for males it was more stronger than females. Their wolf instinct would tell them when their right bonded was there or not. Another sign would be that they feel they have to protect their bonded and be more intimate or closer to them. The need to provide for their bonded. It would also be hard to have alone time and she looked not forward to meet any potential soulmate. She did not want to give up her own freedom, and have to depend on a male who would provide for her. Again how could Lea explain this to Dan when he was only an old human. She would not dare to scare him away. Not when he was there to help her out. He was like a grandpa who understand what she wanted. Lea sighed and put the last book on the shelf and walked back to her desk.