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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...

9. Chapter 9

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Chapter 9

I was putting a charcoal turtleneck into the suitcase I borrowed from Heidi when a knock came to my door.

“Come in,” I called, distracted by my packing. Aro walked into my room. I instantly dropped my clothes and put my hands to my side, bowing respectfully. “Master Aro, what brings you here?”

He was looking at me thoughtfully. “Bella, Heidi came to see me a little while ago,” he began slowly. My eyes widened. Did she tell him about us going out? “She told me that you had an unusual amount of control for a newborn, especially one only less than three months old.”

My eyebrows furrowed. “Sir, it wasn’t that special. I just remembered that the humans were people as well. I also remembered a memory from my human life. I used to get ill at the sight of blood, and I just applied that to that moment,” I said humbly.

He laughed. “I doubt it was just a mind trick. You are so much like my friend Carlisle,” I winced slightly. “He could restrain himself, by remembering things from his human life, about how much of a monster he was.

“I believe that may be one of your powers. No newborn to join our coven has been able to just walk past a human without attacking them. It takes years to build up that resistance,” he concluded.

“Sir, I was actually fighting myself very hard not to jump up and kill those men. I do have a strong amount of bloodlust,” I admitted.

“But you didn’t cave into it,” he pushed. I realized what he was going at, and nodded. He hadn’t been saying that I had no bloodlust, just that I was strong enough to overcome it.

“Also, Caius, Marcus and other members have noticed some odd things about you. Not only are you immune to all of our powers, but you seem to always have a sense of where things are going,” he gave me a sharp glance.

“I have noticed that. Sometimes, I just get a feeling in the back of my mind telling me what is happening, like a sixth sense,” I said slowly.

“Yes, it seems your extra sense is your gift. It is a very rare and envied one as well. You have intuition. Your mind just makes things click, faster now that you are a vampire,” Aro told me.

I gasped. I had intuition…”Is that why you are having me go to America, master?”

He chuckled. “Yes, and because you know the modern language and land better than the others. None of us has been there in over one hundred years. Now, get packing,” he said before leaving my room, leaving me to my thoughts.

A few hours later, I was putting on my cloak, and walking outside. I had taken a long shower, and done my hair in an elaborate bun. I decided to look professional, since this was a business trip.

I pulled the tan suitcase behind me, and walked down the long dark hallways of my home. It always seemed so gloomy in the areas where the humans weren’t allowed. There was no need for light or warmth. But I still missed the warmth of the world of light.

Jane, Felix and Demetri met me in the entrance of the building. It wasn’t dawn yet, so we didn’t have to worry about the light. They led me to a red car with tinted windows. It looked fast and dangerous.

“Let’s go,” Felix said, flashing a nasty grin at me. I glared, but got into the car next to Jane. Demetri got into the drivers seat, and Felix rode shotgun. We were on our way to the states.