Together for Enternity
*This is the sequel to Gray Skies Forever. So please read that one first, not to mention it will make much more sense! Bella and Edward are back together and everything seems perfect, they are getting married and have two families that highly support them. But what happens when the werewolves re-enter their lives. How will they react? Are they even the same one? And what ever happened to the Volturi?
Enjoy!! PLEASE READ GRAY SKIES FOREVER FIRST, IF YOU HAVE NOT!!!!
2. Life is perfect, so far
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It had been one year with the Cullen’s back in Forks. The leader of the coven and the other male that was married to the short one came to discuss the treaty with the pack a few months ago.
Everything had been sorted out, and they had sofar stuck to it. I had stayed away from Edward like I was told. I did hear that he was miserable, just as Sam had said. But I didn’t believe that he even knew the pain that Bella had felt.
He thought she had died and he felt immensely guilty over her death. I was not about to tell them that she was wondering the world, alive… somewhat. They had to feel guilty. Since for all I know she was dead. I had not heard from her since she left years ago.
I shuddered at the thought of her lying in the forest in pieces, being burned by another vampire.
But all was good, expect for having seven vile leeches back in Forks. I had Heather and the pack, what more could I ask for.Roughly 2 years ago- about the time of the arrival of a few more vampires in Forks.
I woke up to the sun trickling through the delicately ice covered windows. The gray, puffy clouds quickly covered the sun back up so it didn’t get a chance to melt the smooth snow that blanketed the slippery ground.
Heather mumbling lightly in her sleep. She was lying on my side with her hair scattered across her face and the bed. Her face was relaxed and she was sound asleep. I loved watching her sleep. She was peaceful.
She was gorgeous when she was in a deep sleep. A small smile rose on her lips and she mumbled my name. I chuckled quietly. That was another thing I loved about watching her sleep. I knew that I was always in her dreams and she was constantly thinking of me.
I tucked a lock of silky, golden hair behind her ear. I ran my fingers lightly across her cheek. I left a trail of Goosebumps even though my hand was feverish. Her delicate eyes opened and her lovely lips grew into a wider smile.
Her eyes glowed with excitement and I couldn’t help smiling back at her. She yawned quietly and then snuggled up to my chest, re-closing her eyes. She groaned into my chest.
“What time is it? It seems too early to be awake. Don’t you ever sleep in or do you wake up at the crack of dawn and then stare at me as I sleep? Hmm?” she never was a morning person, but I loved it when she complained, she was so cute. Especially in the morning when she mostly rambled and it all ran together.
“Sorry, I didn’t mean to wake. I was going for a run this morning. I was just about to go, you can go back to sleep.” I tried to slip away from her grasp but she tightened her arms around my waist.
“NO! I want you to stay here, your warm. Please just for a little while. Please.” She begged half asleep. How could I deny her?
“Sure, twenty minutes. I do have to run though, but I’ll stay with you till then. OK?”
“Ok, I’m sleepy.” She nuzzled her head in my chest and I could already tell she was sleeping again. I kissed the top of her head and buried my nose in her sweet lavender smelling hair.
I ended up staying with her for another hour. She was gently mumbling again. Usually something about “Jacob, my Jacob,” or “just five more minutes, I’m tired.”
As I was trying to unwrap her arms from my waist, she startled awake.
“Sorry, I have to go. I told Sam I would meet him an hour ago. I’m sorry.” I glanced down at her and I saw her face relax.
“It’s okay. Thanks for staying with me.” She smiled at me and it warmed my heart. I loved her so much.
I leaned in and kissed her on her full lips. She kissed me back and wrapped her arms around my neck pulling me back down. I chuckled; I couldn’t resist her, even if I tried my hardest.
“I really have to go.” I mumbled against her lips, remembering I had to breathe.
“Must you?” she wined like a little girl for candy.
“Yes, I’ll be back in less than thirty minutes, I promise. Then you have me for the rest of the day.” She raised her eyebrows at me and I winked at her.
“Fine, do you even know what today is?” her smiled faded slightly but still remained lightly on her lips, but it didn’t touch her eyes anymore.
I though for a minute. She was quiet as I thought. Then it hit me.
“Today is the anniversary of when I saved you from that horrid and foul vampire that about made you dinner. I remember, how could I forget?” I knew she wouldn’t be mad at me for forgetting momentarily. She knew I had lots on my mind.
“Yes, you are correct.” She winced at the memory that tugged at her mind. Bringing back unpleasant images of what see thought would be the end of her life.
“I saved you, remember. You are here safe in my arms.” I picked her up from the bed and set her on her feet, although they dangled a little in the air.
“I know, it’s… just that I remember everything so clearly and it’s… hard. I keep thinking about what would have happened if you hadn’t been there in time or he…” I interrupted her before she could continue her ‘what if’.
“But I did save you and you are alive and in one piece, so don’t do the 'what if'. It didn’t happen, I took you from him and here you are now, safe.” I kissed her without hesitation before she could even respond.
“Now, I have to go, now. No more distracting me. I will be back and we can talk then. I promise. You ok for thirty minutes?”
“Yes, of course. I didn’t mean for you to keep you for so long again. I was just voicing my thoughts.” She smiled at me and it took my breath away, as always.
“It’s fine. I would do it any time. I’ll be back in a bit.” I kissed her forehead and she loosened her arms from around me.When I was out the door I phased and tucked my pants around my legs. Sam’s thoughts hit me immediately. “Where have you been? I have news and it’s important!” he roared
Opps, I was in trouble. I ran off into the dense woods, to Sam’s, letting the musky, earthy smelling wind rustle my fur and giving me that free felling, like I could stand up to anything.
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