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Jacob's Ending

What would happen if Jacob kept running at the end of Eclipse? What would happen if he met someone? He put Bella back together, What happens if jacob needs someone to put him back together?

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10. Chapter 10

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My heart pounded in my chest as Jacob held me against his body. My mind was spinning, recapping on everything that had happened in the last half hour.

And I thought I was at the peak of my day when someone dumped their lunch tray in my lap, yet here I was, being pressed to a werewolf’s bare chest.

Speaking of said werewolf, he was hot!

Minds out of the gutter, people. I mean that he had amajor fever. His body heat kept the chill of the falling rain from capturing me.

As the storm picked up, his pace increased to a steady jog, an impossible feat for any human. Wind began to whip leavers through the air and he looked down at me, worried.

“The storm is getting closer. Do you mind if I go faster?” he asked.

I shook my head, unaware what was about to happen.

Jacob grimaced slightly and started to move quicker, racing past trees at a speed a human was very unlikely to reach.

But Jacob wasn’t human; I’d forgotten that, hehe.

Jacob was a wolf guy thing. A huge, hot muscled wolf guy thing.

That was here for me for some unbeknownst reason.


I felt Jacob’s gaze on me and looked up at him.

He was watching me carefully, as if expecting me to die at any moment or something.

All at once he was hopping up the steps of my family’s deck.

I murmured something about the door being unlocked and he carefully pushed the door open, checking to see if anyone was home.

“No one.” My own voice sounded foreign to me.

He was looking around, observing the place I lived.

Before I knew it, he was jogging up the stairs to my room.

Somehow he opened the door and carefully set me on the bed.

I missed his arms instantly.

“Stay…” I murmured before he could say anything, or leave.

He knelt by me and eyed me oddly.

“Are you alright?” he asked“Yeah.” I responded.

“Just a bit…shocked, I guess.”

‘Are you mad at me?” he inquired, again reminding me of a small child.

I shook my head.

“No. I’m not scared of you either.”

He grinned and stood, glancing around my room.

“So this is your palace, eh?” I scoffed, sitting up slowly.

“Sure palace. Whatever.”

He laughed, finally giving me what I had subconsciously began to call the Jacob Smile.

Suddenly his eyes jerked up to the door and he stood stock still.

“What’s wrong?” I asked, actually worried for the first time today.

“Your parents are in the front yard. I should leave.” He glanced at me dolefully before walking back toward me.

Without thinking, I held my arms out for a hug, as I did for all my close friends.

He paused for a moment before stooping and slipping his long arms around me.

His warmth hit me like an atom bomb, immersing me almost to the point of intoxication.

It irked me when he pulled away.

“I’ll come and see you tomorrow.’ I said as he straightened.

He smiled and pulled open my door which seemed to have shut at its’ own accord.

“Bye Abby.” Were his final words to me.

When he was gone I flopped backwards on my bed, mulling things over.

I had seen two werewolves fight.

Over me.

One of them was Jacob, a man I STILL trusted completely.

The other was part of his family.

Were his entire family werewolves?

I had no way to be sure.

Except to ask him…