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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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3. Chapter 3

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When I woke up, I knew that someone had been right outside my tree. It was a female, about my age and she had been here more than once. There was a plate of food and a blanket on my stomach and I smiled to myself, knowing that whoever she was cared enough about me to make sure I ate. The foods she had brought me were, thankfully, packed with protein. She knew how to feed a starving runaway werewolf.

I ate and then crawled out, stretching. I was about to pull off my clothes and go for a run when I heard footsteps. Whoever it was had the same scent as the earlier person. Turning around, I saw a teenage girl standing several yards off, watching me with interest.

As soon as I saw her my heart stopped beating. My jaw dropped and my mind clicked into place, forgetting everything but her. Something was familiar about her. Her wavy dark red hair tugged at something deep in my mind. I had to have known her. All at once, I came to a conclusion:

I had imprinted.

“Hey.” She called.

“You woke up.”

I nodded, unable to speak. She walked closer and leaned against a nearby tree.

“I’m Abby, by the way.”

Nothing.

“What’s your name?”

Still nothing.

“Can you speak?”

Damn it! Nothing! I nodded again, cursing inwardly. She raised an eyebrow and moved a bit closer.

“Are you alright?”

Finally I found my voice. It was hoarse and kinda shaky, but it was there.

“Uh, yeah. My name is Jacob Black. Sorry if this is your tree…”

God I was stupid. She snorted and edged even closer, stopping about two yards away from me.

“My tree? Nope, you can have it. Do you live nearby? Your family must be worried.”

She was being sarcastic. She knew perfectly well that I had run away.

“Uh, not exactly.”

“Where are you from?”

“Washington.”

I watched as her eyes popped slightly. She sat down carefully on a rock behind her, watching me carefully to make sure I didn’t move.

“How long did it take for you to get here?”

Now my ability to lie was gone…

“A day and a half.”

She smiled, probably not sure whether to believe me or not.

“Are you human?” she asked.

I was inclined to tell her everything right then and there, but my instincts told me that I should get to know her and let her get to know me before any major telling occurred.

“Mostly. You?”

“I’m all human. As for you, mostly, huh? What’s the other part?”

I smiled innocently.

“That’s for me to know and for you to find out. Maybe.”

“Oh really? Well what are you here for?”

“Do you really want to know?”

“Yes, I really want to know.”

“Are you sure?”

I was teasing now. She sighed heavily, her smile disappearing.

“Yes Jacob. Tell me.”

“Well, Miss Abby, I am here for you.”