Well, her allergies aren't severe (as in, she won't go into anaphylactic shock or anything), but they do make her sick and uncomfortable, and that's the last thing I want.
I guess I should tell her. I owe her honesty, at least. She is a half-elf, so she might be okay with it, since she knows I can't really help it (in b4 hurr durr elves - she's down to earth, probably because she spent more time with the human half of the family)
>bring her into the fold.
Fuck no. That isn't an option. I can control myself now, but that took years of hard work and a lot of failure. I've caused thousands of dollars worth of property damage, especially when I first turned (though Lycanthropy Insurance has taken care of most of it), and I even tried to attack some friends and family. I didn't kill or turn any of them, thank god, but there are thousands more lycanthropes who weren't so lucky.
I'm in a better place now, but I wouldn't give her my condition. The risks are just too great.
You know, I actually dated a vampire for a while. We broke up. Not because of our differences, but because she was a selfish, egocentric bitch.
They're not all like that though. My brother-in-law's a vampire, and he's one of the sweetest, nicest guys you'll ever meet. He doesn't even care that I'm a werewolf. Total bro, I wish they were all like that.