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Breaking Dawn (my version)

Summary:
This is my version of Breaking Dawn. Post Eclipse. Edward and Bella are set to be married, but what will happen when a new clan of Vampires bent on world wonquest surface? A new character is introduced, and an old one finds new purposes. Please leave reviews!!!


Notes:
Um, this is post Eclipse, so there are definately going to be some spoilers in this. I don't own any of the characters except for the ones that I have created.


4. Chapter 3

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Chapter 3: Something Missing

After driving over double the speed limit for about 10 minutes, we reached the turnoff for the Cullen’s drive way. We turned and as we slowed down a little bit, Edward leaned over to the passenger’s side and his lips briefly brushed against mine before he kissed me.

Every thought in my head was swept away by his tenderness and care. Then he broke the kiss slowly, and parked the car. As soon as the keys were out of the ignition, he was almost instantly pulling open my door from the outside, and lifting me into his strong arms, and we kissed again.

Then, the front door flew open, and Alice burst out of the house with a furious look on her face. “Edward,” she managed to get through her clenched teeth, “can I speak with you for a moment?”

I looked at Edwards face, and saw that he was confused, but then, his expression changed to one of understanding. He looked down at me and said, “This will only take a moment.”

We walked into the house together, and then Alice and Edward rushed off at top vampire speed to Edwards’s room so that I couldn’t hear what was going on.

I looked at the top of the stairs in amazement, wondering what was going on. If Alice wanted to tell Edward something without me hearing it, she must think that it’s something that would upset me. I frowned, and slowly began moving towards the stairs as quietly as I could, but was interrupted by Rosalie.

She moved quieter than I had, and was right behind me when she startled me by saying, “Thank you so much for letting me be a bridesmaid Bella.”

I jumped, and then turned around to face her, blushing at being so easily frightened. “Its no problem at all,” I said. “You are family now, and there’s no one else I’d like to see at the alter than my family and friends.”

She smiled, almost a shy smile, and then said, “You really have thought this through, haven’t you.”

I remembered our talk from when Alice kidnapped me, and then said, “Yes, I have. I want to spend all eternity with Edward, no matter how long that may be. I know that this might be hard for you, but, I really want this, more than anything else. I don’t want to grow old and die without him. I want to spend forever with him.”

Rosalie’s smile became more pronounced, and she then said softly, kindly, “It’s not my place to tell you what you can or can’t do.” Then she hugged me.

The hug in itself was unexpected. I had expected Rosalie to hate me for throwing away everything she wanted, not to forgive me for it.

She pulled away, and observed my face. “You’re glowing,” she said with a grin.

I was shocked. “I am not!” I said, looking around for a mirror.

Rosalie fished one out of her pocket, and then I looked in it “I am not,” I said, but there was something different, not major, but something small. “Well, maybe a little bit.”

She laughed, and then said, “We had better hire a good photographer for this wedding.”

Then Edward and Alice came down the stairs at normal speed. Edward was looking a little cross, as was Alice, but the look on Edward’s face disappeared altogether when he saw the two of us laughing, and a smile replaced it.

Alice looked at Edward, and stated, “Remember what I have warned you about,” before running off, presumably to look for Jasper.

“It’s nice to see you two having a good time,” he said in the sweet voice that I love. I looked at him and said, “What did Alice warn you about?”

“Nothing,” he said quickly, before turning to Rosalie. “I presume that Esme will also be a bridesmaid?” Rosalie replied positively, and I walked off to find Alice, leaving them to their small talk. Alice would tell me whatever she had warned Edward about.

I walked outside the door in the kitchen that led to the back yard, and I saw Alice underneath a huge tree with Jasper. They were laughing, and she was in his arms, looking like a little rag doll compared to Jasper. They leaned forward and kissed, and I turned around, about to go back into the house when Jasper’s voice sounded behind me.

“Hey Bella, is there something we can help you with?” he asked in a polite tone.

I turned around, slightly red, and replied, “No, its ok. I can wait; I just need to talk to Alice about something.” I was about to turn back around to go inside when Alice bounded out of Jasper’s arms, and came over to me quickly.

“Edward sent a wedding invitation to Jacob,” she said after taking a deep breath. “And I had a vision of Charlie telling you he had been missing for a few days.”

My world felt like it was crashing down around me. Jacob was gone. All because Edward had sent him a wedding invitation. “Why,” I choked out, trying to hold back the sob that was threatening to escape my throat.

“He said that if it had been reversed, he would have wanted the same chance,” Alice explained with a caring expression on her face. “Please don’t be mad at him,” she begged. “He was just trying to be nice. He didn’t know that this would happen.”

I nodded absently. A single thought revolved in my head, ‘he’s missing, he’s missing, Jacob’s missing’. I turned around and walked slowly into the house, tears streaming down my cheeks as Alice stood back, looking helpless.

I walked back into the hall, where Edward was waiting. One look at my face, and he was instantly at my side asking me, “What’s wrong love?”

Then he saw Alice, apologies written clearly all over her face. He pulled me into a deep hug, softly crooning my lullaby. I used a hand to wipe away some of the tears. After a minute of humming, he said softly, “We’ll find him. I’m sure of it.”

He picked me up and brought me to his room, and lay me gently on the gigantic bed, and then laid down beside me, holding me tight in his embrace.

I hugged him, holding on to him tightly. He was all I had left. Even though Edward was my world, Jacob had always been my sun. However, the sun was gone. It had disappeared.

I thought that I was done hurting people, but I knew that I had just hurt Jacob indirectly, more than I ever could have before.