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Last time, he had been there to save me. Now, no one was there. I was truly alone... Another accident occurs at Forks High School. Once again, Bella Swan is in harms way. This time, no vampire was there to help. She was on her own, and is now 'awakened' from the numbness. Can she handle what life has to throw at her now? cloakI am working on this again! The next chapter should be up soon!

All charecter belong to Mrs. Meyer, the genious who brought us the world of Twilight...

12. Chapter 12

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Chapter 12

Anger pulsed through me, thick and strong. Victoria caused my fathers death, and the deaths of all the people who wanted to help me. She had ended my human life, and sentenced me to an eternity of living with the Volturi.

Why would she want revenge so badly that she would do that, I thought angrily. But then I remembered the way that mates looked at each other. How they gave so much love that you became irrational.

James had been Victoria’s mate. Edward killed him, so she was getting revenge on me, in any way that she could. Her heart was broken the same way mine was. Her mate was gone, had left the existence of this world. Mine was still alive and well. He just didn’t love me anymore.

A low growl had begun to build up in my chest. Jane looked at me with raised eyebrows. I muttered a quick apology and looked down at my lap. My hands were politely folded, the white skin glowing faintly from the lights outside.

“We’re going to go to your old house first. We need you to give us directions there,” Demetri told me.

“Keep following this road. There will be a turn up ahead—go to the right. My house is at the end of that street,” I told him. He nodded and followed my instructions.

We soon arrived at my old house. It looked like it wasn’t taken care of, because it wasn’t. No one had entered it for months.

Some people have recently, I thought as soon as I stepped into the cool air. I smelled four different scents around my house, and none of them were human.

One of them was fresh. I knew right away that it was Victoria’s. I looked at Demetri, and guessing my question, he nodded.

“I don’t know the other scents, though,” he said.

I took a deep breath through my nose. The sweet smells were familiar to me, as if from my early childhood. When I opened my memories, a picture came to me from the forbidden part of my mind.

A small pixie like girl with black hair and golden eyes was leaning on a tall blonde, who also had golden eyes. Both of their skins were deathly pale. Next to them, sitting on a piano, was a bronze haired beauty. A sweet, calming song flowed from his fingers.

I gasped, pain clawing at me. “I know who the others are,” I said quickly, trying to cover from my exclamation.

“Who?” Felix asked, flexing his muscles. All he wanted to do was fight them. But I couldn’t let them hurt those people. They were more important than he was to me. I couldn’t lie though. It might cause more trouble.

“Three of the Cullens’,” I whispered.

“You said they used to live here?” Jane asked in her dead voice. I nodded slowly. “Do you know how to get to their old house? We may be able to get more information there.”

I looked at her young face for a moment, and saw the demanding look in her eye. I wasn’t allowed to disobey.

“Of course,” I said smoothly. I took off running. Jane and Felix followed me, while Demetri stayed behind to take the car there. He would have no trouble finding us.

We ran silently through the ancient, dark woods. This forest was even older than the one in Italy. It made me feel safer, somehow.

We soon broke through the large trees into a familiar clearing. The large white house loomed in front of us, looking dangerous and safe at the same time. It brought back so many memories. All from a much happier time.

Jan stopped, and Felix and I stood a pace behind her. She looked around, walking forward as she did so. We followed silently.

Jane was about to speak when a horrible smell erupted from the trees. It was the positively worst thing I had ever smelt.

Felix growled, and Jane curled her lips, so her white teeth glimmered in the darkness. I felt a low rumble build up in my chest, and horrifying grimace cover my face.

We waited for whatever was coming to break into the clearing. I could hear Demetri in the distance coming with the.

While I stood perfectly still, I wondered what was coming. An image of a large wolf came to my mind, accompanied by the words “Werewolves only have one enemy.” It was what I said when I found out what he was, and was listening to the old Quileute legends.

Five monster dogs stalked through the dark trees a hundred feet away.