It was a hard way of living, but Genevieve Langdon wouldn't change it for the world. The only indication that she was at least half human was her backpack full of clothes, a hairbrush, soap and shampoo, which she carried either on her pack or in her wolf form's mouth as she lead her pack throughout the Dawn Woods in Vermont, USA. Being the Alpha was both a very stressful role, and also the most enjoyable. She was constantly worried that she would make a mistake that would result in the demise of her Beta or any of her Deltas, but Genevieve liked the feeling of always having other wolves to back her up. However, being the Alpha of the Langdon pack meant making tough decisions for the sake of her wolves, which was why Genevieve was on her way to meet the Alpha of the other pack that roamed the Dawn Woods -- the enemies of the Langdons, to possibly settle on a truce. "Are you sure you don't want me to come with you?" Genevieve's twin brother and Beta, Rowan, asked as she packed her belongings. "Yes, Rowan, I'm sure," replied Genevieve. She was dressed in her nicest casual clothes -- a striped button-up shirt and jeans -- for the occasion. The other wolves in their pack sat around the campfire, pretending they weren't eavesdropping on the conversation. "I'm a big girl, I can take care of myself." "You don't know that the other Alpha didn't arrange backup," said Rowan, his arms crossed over his chest. "At least take Evan. He can step in if anything happens." "I do not need to take Evan. Rebekah, when you spoke to their messenger, didn't you both agree to no backup?" Rebekah, a beautiful African-American girl, nodded. "Rowan, she'll be fine." Genevieve clapped her brother on the shoulder. "Rowan, you're in charge. I'll be back in a day." And with that, Genevieve made her way in human form to the Destiny Falls, where she had agreed to meet the other Alpha. She sat on a rock beside the river, listening to the calming rush of water falling over the small waterfall, as she waited for the Alpha from the other pack. She didn't know what to expect, but she hoped that she could make it out of this confrontation with a truce with the other pack. Too many people had been injured because of this silly feud.