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Head On

  Do you ever wonder what would have happend if Jacob came back to get Bella and to destroy Edward whatever the cost? I am not against anyone in the book exept for the bad vamps, like Bella said 'I am Switzerland.'

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2. Chapter 2

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When we were done hunting we were to go face the ladies. At first all I saw was Esme and Rosalie.

“Where is Bella?” I asked my adopted sister.

“With Alice, where else would she be?” she answered rolling her eyes.

“And where is Alice?” I pressed.

“At Charlie’s house,” Rose was lying about something but she kept it hidden behind other unimportant thoughts.

“It doesn’t do any good to lie to me Rose.”

“I’m not. Alice caught up with Bella and they went to see Charlie,” she said defending herself.

“Why did Alice have to catch up with her?”

“Because you were dead, that’s why!” her voice rose higher.

“But I’m not anymore, am I?” I said matching my tone to hers. I couldn’t believe what was coming out of Rose’s mouth.

“Who told her that I was dead?”

“Alice’s facial expression when you disappeared.”

“How could Bella get that much information from a facial expression?”

“It was also how she ran out of the room yelling for Esme screaming ’he’s gone! He’s gone! I can’t see him anymore!!’ and before we had the slightest idea where she was in the house; she was gone.”

“Why didn’t Alice see Bella leave?”

“Because she was too worried about you, dear,” Esme answered.

“Okay, why are they going back to Charlie’s house? Bella and I are supposed to be in Italy.”

“Bella was too upset to come back here, and Alice told Charlie that your plane leaves at eight tonight, which isn’t a lie.”

“Well in that case I had better clean up then go get the girls.”

Good idea. The sooner you and Bella are out of the house; the sooner Emmett and I will have some privacy and the house to us since everyone else is going to be gone. When we passed the glass wall Rose stopped, man I look good today! I hated the fact that I could read her miniature, shallow mind.

After I showered and got dressed I left for Charlie’s place. When I got there with the Vanquish, Alice was in Bella’s room gathering all of Bella’s things so that she could officially move in with me. Charlie still doesn’t like me much but that feeling is fading with every thought of “get out of my house” thought coming out of his head. He is happy that Bella is happy to be with me and is finally beginning to see a fraction of love I feel for Bella.

It was time. I went to the door to knock on the door. Charlie opened it.

“Hello, Edward,” he said as soon as he saw me.

“Hello Charlie,” I responded as calm as I could without showing how mad I was at Alice.

“You know, Edward, you don’t have to knock anymore. You’re part of the family now.”

“Thank you very much. Umm, do you know where Bella is?”

“Oh yeah. Bells is in the kitchen fixing me some dinner. I told her not to worry about it, but you know Bella.”

“Yes I do.”

Without a word he turned and walked toward the living room. I followed but when he turned for the TV I went to the kitchen.

When I got in there Bella had her back to me cooking on the stove. I stood behind her, startling her. She jumped and I thought she was about to have a heart attack. She wasn’t expecting anyone- least of all me- she screamed my name and hugged me. I responded by kissing her gently then our lips becoming urgent as Charlie walked into the room. I heard his thoughts before I saw him, oh my… they didn’t just kiss in my kitchen. Its okay Charlie, he told himself, they’re married now just make a joke about it before you get caught up in panic. I broke the kiss and Bella put on a pouty face until she followed my gaze that was on her father.

“Sorry Charlie,” I said Bella turned back -red in the face, blushing- to me. She turned her back towards me when her face was pale again.

“That’s completely fine, Edward, just as long as you two save everything else for the bedroom,” he said before locking his eyes with Bella’s deep brown beautiful eyes. “Did I ever tell you how marvelously beautiful you were at your wedding? Did you have as much fun as you thought?”

“yes, dad, you told me how ’beautiful’,” she rolled her eyes at the word like it wasn’t true, “I was about a million times at the wedding, and yes surprisingly I had a wonderful time at the wedding. I think Alice did superb job at planning our wedding, don’t you?”

“Yes, she did a very lovely job,” I answered her as she winked at me before turning back to her father.

“Me too, you’ll pass along the compliment to her won’t you? It was an enticing reception as well. Is Alice still here, Bella?”

“Yeah, I think she is in the spare room.”

Spare room? We don’t have a spare room. It took a moment for that to sink into his head. Oh wait. Now I do. Note to self -Bella does not live here anymore. She lives with Edward and the rest of the Cullens. Don’t cry when she leaves. I forbid you to do it! I almost laughed when Charlie reached the front room. I looked back to my wife as he turned the corner. I bent down to kiss her neck when we were interrupted again.

“What do you want, Alice?” I asked frustrated. I couldn’t wait until we were on that plane so that we could finally be alone.

“Nothing. How would you know if I wanted something?”

“If you’ve forgotten I will be very disappointed in you,” I said tapping my temple.

“oh yeah that,” she pretended that she forgot, “well I was just so excited when you two let me plan the wedding that maybe you’ll let me plan your next wedding?” she asked with a hopeful grin.

“Can we talk about this later, Alice? There are little ears.”

“Later, then. But you two are going to be late, you have to be at the airport in two hours.”

When Alice left Charlie’s dinner was done. Bella called for her father and ate their last meal together. We left soon after using the excuse that we needed to finish packing to leave. We were in the vanquish when Bella spoke, “so you never told me where we were going. So… where are we going?”

“I’m not telling you. You’ll have to figure it out and the best part is… that you will be blindfolded on a private flight so the flight attendant wont say where we are landing when we land,” I said smiling that crooked smile that made her heart stop -that’s going to be one thing that I’ll miss when she is like me. She noticed me looking at her and she blushed- another thing I’ll miss.


“Nothing,” I answered, “just admiring your beauty.”

She scoffed, “beauty. Yeah pure beauty right here,” she added sarcastically.

“You are,” I retorted as we arrived at our house. Before she could come up with a smart remark I opened her door and swung her into my arms.