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A New Dawn

Bree was never killed by the Voltori. She joined the Cullens and Bella, too was turned. It is one hundred years later and takes place in Forks.


2. Chapter 2

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I met my siblings at lunch, though I was still aggravated about Nathan Daniels. And the weird thing was that the thing that bothered me the most was that I might just like him. Yet, his blood didn’t sing for me like Bella’s used to for Edward. It was more of a physical attraction, like Rosalie and Emmett’s relationship.

“Bree?” Edward’s voice suddenly rang over out silent table. I raised my head from the book that I had been pretending to read. “Erm, oh never mind.” He looked away at the brick wall that surrounded us. I knew he wanted to comment on my thoughts but he didn’t know what to say. However, he had caught the attention of everyone else at our table. I scowled and looked back to my book.

“Edward, what’s going on?” Jasper inquired, probably tasting the tenor of our emotions and feeling mine. What was mine? I couldn’t tell it, myself. I scowled again to the book and angrily turned to the next page, even though I had no freaking’ idea what was going on in it. Edward ignored Jasper and my frown deepened.

“Edward Cullen, you had better tell me what the heck is going on!” Alice shrieked from beside Bella. I sighed with relief that no one had asked anything of me, so far. “And Bree, don’t you even think that you are getting out of this so easily! You two are going to tell us what the freak is going on when we get home! Especially you Edward!” she angrily stood up and nearly sprinted out of the cafeteria.

I sighed and turned my attention once again to the book. “Bree, look up from that stupid book!” Rosalie snapped angrily. I snapped my book shut and threw it into my bag. I folded my arms across my marble chest and looked up at the impossibly beautiful woman that was scowling across the table at me.

“What?” I hissed at her, wishing no one, well no human, was around so that I could follow my instincts and growl at her.

Just then the bell rang and I ran out the door and straight into a boy, knocking down all of his books. If I had blood, I would have blushed. It was Nathan Daniels, of all people. Of course, I thought to myself, my talent. I had only recently discovered my vampire talent. When I thought a lot about a person, they would come to where I was. It had helped Victoria a lot when I was in her army, though I didn’t even realize it. I would just be talking to the other newborns, Victoria would hear and she would know automatically where Bella was. I resented those days. I resented my past.

“Here, let me help you pick these up!” I hurried said, picking up an Algebra I book and handing to him. “I am so sorry! Sometimes I am just such a klutz!” I looked up at his face and saw he was smiling at me.

“It’s fine. Here, I got the rest.” He grinned and picked up the rest of the books, still looking at me. When all the books were off the floor, he looked nervously at me. I met his eyes and smiled. This seemed to give him confidence. “Um, will you go out with me on Friday night? We could go to a movie or something, you know.”

“Sure, I’d love to. My older brother Emmett can drive us if you don’t mind if my siblings come along.”

“No, I don’t care.” I grinned.

“Okay what’s your phone number?”

He read off the digits then the two of us ran to our next class, no doubt late.