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Pack Boys

Summary:
Everything started so innocently, a simple bonfire upon the beach, but then things got complicated. Lives were changed and hearts were shocked... (A La Push gang Fan fiction) Image Hosted by ImageShack.usChapter 25 is out!!!


Notes:
We had a little too much fun with the packs valentine's day one shot, so we decided to make it into a whole story!


14. Close encounters

Rating 3.7/5   Word Count 1406   Review this Chapter

He came to a stop, standing a few feet away from me. I squeezed Embry’s hand, feeling scared. The cop looked as if he were trying to remember something important.

“Oh well, I guess it’s nothing,” he said after a few moments of examining my face. I sighed in relief and relaxed.

“We should be getting home,” Embry muttered, pulling my hand towards the door.

“Bye Jake,” I waved at him and the cop. When we got outside, it looked like it was about to start raining again. The wind blew around us fiercely, and my hair and clothes whipped around me.

“God, aren’t you scared your going to blow away one day? You’re so small,” Embry laughed. I grinned and shook my head.

“You better hold on tight then,” I giggled, squeezing his hand. He got a devilish glint in his eyes and he suddenly pulled me closer, crushing me into his chest.

“This tight enough?” He laughed into my hair.

“Oxygen! Important!” I gasped. By then we had got to the car, and he opened the door for to his awesome silver car. He laughed and started the ignition, looking at me instead of at the rear view mirrors.

“Mmm, I’m tired,” I yawned widely, closing my eyes and leaning my head back against the seat.

“Well yeah, you didn’t sleep all night. I told you we should have gone home and gotten some rest before she woke up, but you didn’t listen…”

Before he could finish his sentence, I was falling asleep. I was barely conscious when I felt the car stop, and then I was sensed the cool air drift around me when he opened my door. His burning hot arms slipped under me and I would have protested if I had been near coherency. He carried me into the house, and then I sighed into the soft bed underneath me.

I could distinguish his hands taking off my shoes and then my jacket, and I was too tired to move and help him. He drew the covers around me and laid down next to me, but I couldn’t manage to open my eyes.

“Love you,” I managed to mumble before curling into his chest under the covers.

“I love you too, my sweet, sweet, Mashaal,” he whispered. I let myself drift then, falling asleep in blissful warmth.

“Mashaal, wake up sweetheart,” Embry’s cool voice came softly in my ear. I blinked my eyes open slowly, only to look up into his chocolate ones.

“Hmm?” I closing my eyes again. I was still tired, so I wrenched up the blankets around me and buried my face into the pillow. I felt him stroking my hair away from my face and blow softly into my ear. I giggled lightly and breathed in the scent of him.

“Are you still tired?” He asked softly, shifting himself over me. I sighed happily and opened my eyes, stretching my arms above my head and then around his shoulders.

“I’m good. How long was I asleep?” I asked, my voice thick from the sleep.

“Not too long, just a few hours. I woke you up because Paul just called me, he said Abby wanted to go to Forks and meet your friend Kati.” Embry kissed my forehead.

“Oooh, yes!” I grinned. “I’ve missed her.”

“Ok, I’ll call them and tell them to meet us at Aldo’s, the pizzeria there.” He was about to stand up, but I pulled on his shoulders and he came back down. I knew he could’ve broken away easily with his werewolf strength, but he complied to me.

“I love you,” I whispered to him. He smiled down at me, his eyes dancing.

“I wish I could tell you how much I love you.” And with that, he kissed me long and hard. His taste filled my mind and it was almost overpowering. He was so addicting, and I was so hooked on him.

“Do I look ok in this?” I asked, coming out of the bathroom. I was running out of clothes so I wore one of Embry’s T-shirts and a pair of my own jeans.

“Ok? No, no, no,” he said, smirking and pulling me closer. I felt the hallway wall behind me and he leaned me up against it, trapping me with his arms on either side of me.

“It doesn’t look good?” I asked, pouting slightly. His smell of his delicious breath was making it almost impossible to think.

“No,” he said, trailing his nose up my neck. “You look absolutely irresistible. It should be a sin to look as beautiful as you.”

After a few more breathless moments, we finally made it outside. My dizziness disappeared as I smelled the fresh wind which held the lingering sent of the sea grass still damp after the morning rain

“This place must be so amazing to live in.” I told him as we started to drive down the highway. He was going fast, but not too fast, and I could easily see the tall trees whiz by us.

“Yeah, I still love it even after living here my whole life,” he commented, looking out the windshield, lost in thought.

The ride was quiet, but not uncomfortable. There was a soft band playing in the stereo, and I felt more relaxed than I had in days. When we got to Forks, I even recognized a few places from when I had visited Kati.

We stopped in front of the pizzeria, and I remembered when Kati said it was the best in town. Embry came around and opened the door for me, and we both smiled when I took his hand. When we walked inside, I saw Abby waving at me from the far corner of the shop. I wasn’t surprised that she had taken the huge booth over there. I grabbed Embry’s hand and hurried over to where they were sitting.

“Hey, guys.” Abby smiled. I slid into the booth on the other side of her, and smiled at Embry and Paul across the table.

“Hey. How’s your arm?” I asked. Abby put her bandaged arm onto the table. I saw a clumsy signature already scrawled across her cast.

“It’s good. Wanna sign it?” She laughed, pulling out a sharpie. I took the pen and wrote my name on it, passing the pen to Embry.

“I called Kati, she was excited and shocked at the same time to hear that we‘re in Washington,” Abby said, letting Embry sign her arm also.

“Yeah, she’s in for a load of surprises,” I snickered. “When is she coming?”

“She’ll probably---Oh, there’s her truck!” Abby said, pointing out the window at an old, chipping, dark green Chevy.

“Wow, it needs a paint job,” Paul commented.

“And some better caps on the tires,” Embry agreed.

We laughed and I shook my head. Of course the boys only thought about the car and not the gangly, red headed mousy girl coming out of it. She looked quiet as always, but she was smiling at the same time. When she walked in, she headed straight towards us and we got up, grinning and ready to meet her and tell her some interesting things.

We'll do it all
Everything
On our own

We don't need
Anything
Or anyone

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

I don't quite know
How to say
How I feel

Those three words
Are said too much
They're not enough

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

Forget what we're told
Before we get too old
Show me a garden that's bursting into life

Let's waste time
Chasing cars
Around our heads

I need your grace
To remind me
To find my own

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?

Forget what we're told
Before we get too old
Show me a garden that's bursting into life

All that I am
All that I ever was
Is here in your perfect eyes, they're all I can see

I don't know where
Confused about how as well
Just know that these things will never change for us at all

If I lay here
If I just lay here
Would you lie with me and just forget the world?