This story starts a month after Eclipse ends, and talks about what Bella will do with Jacob, because he is obviously having trouble letting go. Will she pull an Edward on him, (as if I never existed), or will Jacob get over it on his own, maybe imprinting along the way? Or maybe, just maybe, she'll run off with him and live her life as a 'wolf girl' instead of a 'vampire girl'. Or will the Volturi get her first?
I got quite a few of my ideas for my story from another fanfiction called Consequences, by helloeverybody, posted on www.bellaandedward.com, but I also received some of my ideas from my friend Kara, who is not currently a member of this site, but is, like me, an avid follower of the Twilight series. We come up with the ideas together, and then I write the story. She is also my editor, so I would like to thank both her and helloeverybody for their ideas and their input.
2. Chapter 2
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Bella’s Point of view
The next day Edward was out hunting again. I knew it was necessary, but I still hated it when he went away. It reminded me of last year. Last year, when he had left. I didn’t have the nightmares anymore, thank goodness, but whenever he left, I felt so . . . empty. Like a piece of me was missing. I chuckled, realizing how silly that sounded, even if it was true. Jacob would have probably said I was being melodramatic. I sighed. Jacob. What was I going to do about him? I thought I had decided to stay away from him. After all, if we didn’t see each other it would be so much easier on him. And Edward.
I still couldn’t believe I had kissed Jacob. How could I? Did I enjoy torturing Jake and Edward? How could I be that selfish? And there was Edward, just accepting everything I did. Why did he have to be so understanding? It was driving me insane! Couldn’t he get mad at me for once? I deserved it! I had gone over to Jacob’s house to talk to him about Charlie, and I ended up kissing him! Again! I thought I had learned my lesson last time, but I guess I didn’t, because here I am, making everyone miserable with my inconsistency. What was I thinking?
The phone rang, and I ran over to answer it.
“Hello?” I said.
“Hi Bella. It’s Jake. I just wanted to say-”
“No.” I hung up. The nerve of him, calling after what had happened yesterday. I couldn’t believe him! The phone rang again.
“Leave me alone, Jacob.” I said furiously.
“Bella, I just want to talk to you.”
“You are talking to me.” I said, annoyed.
“I meant face to face.”
I could have punched him. He wasn’t here, and it wouldn’t have hurt him anyway, but it would have made me feel better. How could he think for even a second that I would say yes?
“That’s not going to happen.”
“Come on, Bella, don’t be so stubborn. You know you’re in love with me. At least talk to me!”
“I said no.”
“What, does he have you under lock and key?”
Wrong thing to say. “No, Jacob,” I said scathingly. “I just don’t want to be assaulted by a delusional werewolf again.” I hung up, but this time he didn’t call back.
However, barely two minutes after I had finished my conversation with Jake, the phone rang for a third time.
“How are you, Bella?” said my favorite voice.
“Edward!” I said delightedly. “I’m fine. Why, is there something wrong? I thought you were hunting.”
“Alice says she can’t see you anymore.”
“How dare he!” I said furiously. “Yes, I’m fine. Jacob won’t leave me alone, though.”
“Do you want me to come back?”
“No, I can handle him. You keep hunting.”
“Okay then, I’ll be back soon. I’ll miss you every second.”“I love you too. Bye.” I hung up, and then sat down on the couch grumpily. I couldn’t believe Jake! I had told him not to come. Then I groaned. What if I did something stupid again?