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Fourteen-year-old Bella

Summary:
Bella comes to Forks right before the Cullens. Edward and Bella might never have met. So, what happens to the story? I can't pick which one I like better. Please vote on your review!


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4. Chapter 4

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I groaned as I sleepily slid out of my bed. For a moment I forgot where I was, until I noticed the soft pitter-patter of the rain on my window. I was in Charlie’s House. I was in the depressing, rainy Forks, Washington. In my sleeping, I had been at a peaceful place. I was in a place where you could hear birds chirp; hear the gravel under your feet. A place just like Phoenix. While in reality all I would hear was the rain, now slowly creeping towards pouring.

I managed to shrug into a blouse and a pair of pants, only making a few mistakes in my tired state. In the bathroom, I washed my face, letting the hot water run over me, until Charlie knocked on the door.

“What?” I screamed, looking towards the wooden door. I was really aggravated; I didn’t like to be bothered.

“You’re running late! If you don’t want to be driven in the crosier, you’d better hurry! The bus is going to be here in two minutes.”

“It is? Oh my! Ahhh! Gah! Gah! Gah! Why the heck didn’t you tell you me sooner?” I threw down my towel on the sink and ran out the door, almost running into Charlie. Luckily, he squirmed away just in time. I grabbed my messenger bag and pushed it to my shoulder. Running down the stairs, I put my hair into a ponytail, grabbed a piece of toast and ran out the door.

The bus pulled into view at that moment and I sighed as I zipped up the rain jacket that Charlie had just run out to me. I waved to him without looking back as I managed to carefully make my way on to the bus. The bus was intimidating. Everyone was sitting with their friends from last year, only I was worse. I was like a freshman with no friends. The only exception was I was a sophomore. Great.

I saw a good looking blond haired boy and I dragged myself next to him. He was right behind the driver. “Hey, my name’s Bella. Are you sitting with anyone?”

He smiled at me. I always had a way with charming boys of all ages. Once one of my friend’s fathers tried something with me even. I was fun watching the police take him away for a month in jail. My mother had looked like she was going to faint the entire time sometimes moaning my name and shaking her head from side to side.

“My name’s Mike. Why don’t you sit with me Bella?”

“Okay.” I sat down and the two of us starting talking about different things. He too had moved here, though he moved a while ago. I explained how my mother kicked me out and he nodded sympathetically.

Our last stop before school was an old mansion. The entire bus went silent as five extraordinarily beautiful people came walking towards us. My heart stopped beating for a minute and then I sighed.

The first one stepped on. “Hi, we’re the Cullens and Hales.”