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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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5. Chapter 5

Rating 4.5/5   Word Count 487   Review this Chapter

I had scared her. I had finally found my reason for existence and I had scared her off. I knew I had acted too quickly, telling her almost exactly what had been going on. She knew that too. I could tell she wanted to help me when she came back. She had forgotten the plate and blanket so she at least had to come back for them. That would give me a chance to redeem myself. How, though? I’d already messed up once, who’s to say I wouldn’t do it again?

I decided to go for a run. Maybe one of the pack would be out and I could tell them everything. I changed and immediately, six voices filled my head.

“Where are you?” Quil

“Are you okay?” Embry

“Billy’s worried.” Seth.

“Get your ass back home before I come and drag it back!” Always the charmer, Leah.

”Emily still wants us to come find you.” Sam.

“You imprinted, didn’t you?” Jared hit it right on the nose.

Everyone grew silent at Jared’s proclamation.

“Did you?” Quil finally asked.

“Yes, I did. Her name’s Abby. I’m in Pennsylvania, hanging in the woods behind her house.” I tried to explain as best I could.

“Should I tell Billy?” Seth asked

“I’m happy for you.” Embry

“Emily‘ll have to stuff it.” Sam even gave me a break at that.

Leah had left and the other three boys were silent.

“The Cullen’s really are gone, Jake. She went with them.” Quil finally said.

Pain I hadn’t felt all day coursed through me.

“Yeah, well, I have to go now.”

Before I shut them out, I heard:

“Way to go Quil, you scared him off! We probably won’t hear from him ever again!”

I grinned as best as I could as a wolf and ran, dodging branches easily. Moments later, I found myself outside Abby’s house. I located her room immediately, on the third floor, attic. Damn. I curled up directly beneath her window and closed my eyes, utterly content with the current happenings.

Oh. I had forgotten to ask about Paul. At least he hadn’t phased in public yet. I definitely would have heard about that.

I could hear what was going on in her house. Dinner was being prepared and her mother was asking her to set the table and make sure that the twins weren’t watching TV. She had younger twin siblings.

I stayed where I was for a while and began to plan. I would tell her when she came back that I was sorry for scaring her and that I was delirious from being on the run. Perfect. Ugh. She would never believe me. She had to though. I needed her.

Deciding to play it by ear, I listened a little while longer. I could hear her climbing the stairs to her room. The light flicked on above me a few moments later and she bustled around, most likely preparing for the next day. I sighed and eventually left, going back to my tree.