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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.


6. Chapter 5

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Chapter 5: All the Time in the World.

I woke up after a rough nights sleep in his cold arms, wrapped in a blanket. For a minute, I didn’t move. I just relaxed in his embrace.

After a minute, I heard him say, “Nice to see you awake.” I opened my eyes and saw him flashing his brilliant smile.

I grimaced, and then said, “I feel like I didn’t sleep at all.”

He leaned down to kiss me and for too short of a time, our lips connected in a kiss. Unfortunately, I had to break it because I needed to breathe.

“Can I have a few minutes?” I asked him, grinning sheepishly.

He laughed, and then said, “Take all the time in the world.” Then he made a big show of pretending to be a statue, which made me laugh.

I reluctantly got out of my bed, and walked down the hall and turned into the bathroom Charlie and I shared. I looked in the mirror and then closed my eyes, thinking about yesterday.

After Alice had told me of Jacob’s disappearance, I was able to stop crying enough to go home. When I walked in, Charlie fulfilled Alice’s vision by informing me of Billy’s call, which unfortunately brought back the tears. I’d gone upstairs, where I spent the rest of the night with Edward.

Charlie wouldn’t have looked in, because I’d been a wreck walking up the stairs, and he preferred to avoid tears, emotions, and those awkward, uncomfortable talks like the plague.

After taking a shower, brushing my teeth, and blow-drying and fixing my hair as quickly as I was capable of, I walked back into my room, where Edward was sitting on my bed, in the exact spot he had been in when I left my room. The only difference was that he was wearing a different outfit.

I scowled. “You were able to make it all the way home and back, even though I was moving as quickly as possible?” I growled.

He grinned and got off of my bed with more grace than I could ever achieve. Soon after, he drew me to him, and pressed his cold lips to my warm ones and began kissing me, making me forget all about my anger of being slow.

Unfortunately, the moment was interrupted by my stomach, which I inwardly cursed.

“Breakfast time?” he asked. I nodded, with a slight smile. He swept me off of my feet and carried me down the stairs and into the kitchen.

Obviously, Charlie wasn’t home. Even though he knew Edward and I were engaged, I am reasonably certain that he would have had a coronary if he knew that Edward was sleeping in my room, or rather, was with me in my room while I was sleeping.

Edward set me down, and I poured myself a bowl of cereal and milk, and sat at the table across from my fiancé.

Against my will, I was slowly becoming accustomed to the idea of being married. As much as I detested the fact that I was 18 and about to marry, there were far worse alternatives. Besides, I wanted to be his forever, and we’d wind up performing the ceremony eventually, so why not now?

I started eating, and after a few bites, I noticed that Edward wasn’t taking his eyes off of me. “What?” I asked, noticing his stare.

“Have I ever told you that you are beautiful?” he asked, dead serious.

I laughed. “Maybe once or twice, but it never gets old,” I responded. “Have I ever told you that I am the luckiest person in the world to be with you?”

Edward laughed this time and said, “Maybe once or twice.”

We leaned forward and kissed over the table. “You still need to tell Renee,” he gently reminded me.

I groaned. “Telling Renee was going to involve lots of hysterics on her part, and variations of the phrase, ‘I know what I’m doing, this is what I want’ on mine. After that, she’d probably want to come to Forks and see me and Edward, and to meet Carlisle and Esme, and more than likely, she would want to help out with the wedding after the initial shock wore off.

After finishing off my breakfast, I went to the phone. It would be around 2 o’clock there, so she should be home. I dialed the number, and waited for her to answer.

“Bella?” she asked, after she picked up the phone. “Hey mom,” I said, trying to be enthusiastic, and failing miserably.

“How are you?” she asked, concerned.

“I’m great,” I said truthfully, and my tone lightened a little bit. “Um, you aren’t the only one with happy family news,” I continued, watching Edward stifle a laugh.

“Oh really?” asked Renee, shocked. “So, what is the other happy family news?”

“Well,” I said, trying to pick my words carefully. “Edward asked me to marry him, and I said yes.”

I quickly moved the phone away from my ear, and sure enough, an enthusiastic shout erupted from the speaker of the phone as Renee screamed and then shouted, “Congratulations Bella!”

Then I heard her screaming to Phil that I was engaged. After waiting a few moments to be sure that most of the excited shouting was over, I slowly moved the phone back to my ear, listening to Renee’s questions.

As I anticipated, she told me that they would make immediate plans to travel to Forks as soon as possible. Then she started with the whole ‘I know it’s not any of my business, but are you sure that you want to get married this early’ and ‘Are you sure it’s what you want’ business, which I answered quickly and truthfully in the positive.

After talking to her for about an hour, I finally hang up the phone, and Edward got off of the couch and hugged me tight. Then we went to his car, and drove back to the Cullen house.