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Bella Finally Accepts

One weekend when Edward and the rest of the Cullens go 'camping' Bella is left with nothing to do until Mike asks her out. What will Edward do when he finds out? What disasterous thing could happen to Bella? Also, Note the Teen Rating.

This is my first fanfiction so bear with me i'm doing the best I can. Tell me what you think and thanks for reading. Also, i'm a cliffhanger sort of person. I hate when I'm reading and they happen but I just can't seem to end my chapters with anything else. Don't get to annoyed with me. Disclaimer: Stephenie Meyer is the God who created the wonderful characters I enjoy playing with. I own nothing

6. Ch.6 The Epilogue

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Bella's POV:

After the one Friday night, Mike wouldn't come within 5 feet of me when I was with Edward. I'm still not sure what Edward said but whatever it was it seemed to work.I don't think Mike entirely believed that I wasn't interested in me. Every day in gym he would come stand loyally beside me with puppy dog eyes -I'd almost gone back to seeming him as a retriever- and the few days Edward was away because of the sun Mike would gravitate towards me.

Two weeks later and the Cullen’s had to go 'camping' again. Edward was worried about Mike trying something while he was gone but his eyes were black as pitch and I pushed him out the door. Figuratively of course, because I was in no way strong enough.

Mike was walking me to my truck from gym class that day looking excited.

"Hey Bella, you want to go out tonight? We could have dinner and go see a movie or something." Mike asked hopefully as I started at him incredulously.

"Sorry Mike, I have plans." I answered politely refusing. How could Mike delude himself into thinking I would go out with him after the mess up of our first date?

"Okay, maybe another time then. Bye Bella." Mike said dejectedly and walked to his own car. I made it into the truck cab before I started laughing. Mike was truly one deluded person.