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Jacob's Ending

Summary:
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?


Notes:
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13. Chapter 13

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I froze.

Abby was sitting on the stump close to my tree.

Looking at me.

In my birthday suit.

Holy.

Fucking.

Shit.

My jeans were in front of her.

Double fucking shit.

I would have to pass her to get dressed.

Without thinking, I phased again, exploding into a huge ball of reddish brown fur. I whimpered and she turned again, gasping. Instinct told me she wouldn’t let me get around her easily.

Fear was vivid in her eyes and I barked softly, dropping to my stomach and beginning to slink toward her, stopping when I was less than a foot away.

Tentatively, she reached out and stroked my head. I whimpered again as Abby started when I leaned up into her touch.

She seemed to be in shock again.

I wondered if it was from me being about four times her size or for seeing me go commando.

She pushed her fingers through the thick fur behind my ears and her other hand came to brush against my nose.

I licked her palm, unthinkingly, and she jerked back, folding her arms across her chest. I whined and lay my head on her thigh, nuzzling gently into her stomach. she smelled so unbelievably fantastic.

I’d known her for about three days and she already had me whipped.

“Jake…?” I heard her ask, her voice was shakier than it had been after the fight.

I nodded, licking her hand again. She gasped, but stroked my ears back, shaking noticeably.

Carefully, I backed away and trotted over to where my jeans lay, picking them up in my mouth and darting away from the tree. When I heard her get up, I barked, letting her know I wanted her to stay.

I phased quickly, tripping into my jeans and hurrying back. She was standing by the stump still, watching me carefully.

“I’m sorry.” I said, walking towards her. “I didn’t think you’d come back for a while.”

“Why would you think that?” she asked, crossing her arms over her chest.

“Because I thought you were scared of me. Aren’t you?” I was confused.

She sighed and sat back down.

“Very much so, but only when you look like you can eat me without a second thought. But I already told you; you won’t hurt me Jacob, I know you won’t.”

I knelt on the ground in front of her and took her hands gently in my own. They were so small, she was so fragile.

“How do you know that? You just met me.” It was making me ache again just thinking that she might leave me.

“I don’t know. It’s an instinct. Like you automatically know not to walk down a dark alley at midnight in a busy city. A sixth sense if you want.”

“You’re comparing me to a dark alley?” I asked, incredulous. Wow. Big word.

“Yes. Do you have a problem with that?” She yanked a hand free of my grip.

Ouch.

“I’m trying to help you Jacob. If you don’t want it then I’ll-“ I cut her off.

“No! Don’t leave, please don’t leave. I- I just- don’t- want you to.”

“And why not?” she asked, touching my face softly as I looked down in shame.

“Because I do need you.” I said, glancing up at her.

“Why do you need me Jacob?”

“Because I imprinted on you.”