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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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7. Chapter 7

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After Abby left I sighed happily and almost started laughing, I was so giddy. She wasn’t mad at me. She was coming back. I pressed her watch to my face. It smelled like her.

After a few hours, I decided to go for a run to clear my head. Seth and Embry were out and they ambushed me almost instantly.

“How’s it going?” Seth.

“Does she know yet?” Embry.

“I’m fine and no, she does not. Thank you for the support.”

“Welcome. Billy is glad you’ve found someone, but he misses you.”

“Tell him I miss him too. I need this though. I can’t come back for a while. “

The two complied and left. I jogged to her house and saw two small children on the deck in the back, playing. They must be her younger siblings. They looked like her, minus the red hair. They both had dark brown braids and green eyes and were playing some sort of hiding game. I watched them for a few moments, my head coming up when I heard a door opening.

A man walked out onto the deck ad took one of each girl’s hands, leading them into the house and shutting the door behind them. With no reason to be around here more, I turned and jogged back to my tree, loving the way the wind felt. When I relocated my place I phased back and tugged on my jeans. Her watch was where I had left it, in my hoodie, and I felt a sense of relief that nothing had happened to for now, my only piece of her. It smelled of sandalwood and vanilla, a scent that I was already growing fond of.

My hands were shaking, telling me as they used to that I needed to do something productive. What could I do that was productive in the middle of the woods? I glanced around and took in the fallen chunks of wood littering the ground. I had a knife with me, right? I could carve. I was pretty sure it wasn’t illegal and I could always plead ignorance if it was. I picked up a piece of cedar and flipped out the knife blade. I had an image in my head that I wanted to use and was just figuring out how to start when I heard something behind me.

I turned, ready to phase at moment’s notice and saw Leah Clearwater.

She was glaring mad, her hands balled into fists around the hem of her tee shirt.

“Leah. Why are you here?”

She scoffed.

“Why do you think I’m here, little boy?”

I brushed off her insult and stood.

“I don’t know. Why don’t you tell me, because I can’t read minds.”

“I’m here to bring you home.”

“I can’t go home. Not now, not anyway.”

“How is that fair, Jacob? You get to run from your fucked up love life, but I don’t! I have to hear about his romances with my cousin!”

“I’m sorry about that Leah, but life isn’t fair. I’m staying here.”

“What about Billy? He’s been getting worse.”

Billy? No, that was impossible…

“Don’t lie, Leah. I Talked to Seth this morning.”

“Do you think he would tell you? He wants you to be happy. He wouldn’t tell you the one thing that would make you come home!”

“Leah stop it! I’m happy here, why do you want me to come home so bad anyway? All I’m going to do is mope. I can’t leave! Go home!!”

I heard footsteps and looked up. Standing a few yards behind Leah, was Abby.