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Happily Ever Never?

Bella never jumped off the cliff. Edward and the Cullens never came back until 100 years later, but the Cullen's are not the only vampires in Forks. What happens when they meet the one person they knew they would never see again? Will Edward finally get his happily ever after?
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5. The Truth

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Chapter 6: The Truth

Edward’s POV

Bella. Bella. Bella. That was all I could think. I sat in my room curled in a ball and chanted her name in my head. There was no release! I couldn’t cry; I couldn’t sleep! All I could do was think of the pain I put her through which only increased my pain. The truth was I couldn’t live without her now that I knew she was alive. Bella. Bella. Bella.

Alice’s POV

Edward was miserable. He was beyond miserable. Every time one of us would go in his room to talk to him he roared at us—even Carlisle. As much as I hated to admit it Bella was the only one who could put an end to his torture. Only, she had made it quite clear how she felt about him and us. Although I was trying to hold it together for Edward and everyone else I was a wreak; only Jasper knew my pain. Bella was my best friend, my sister, and I felt like my dead heart was ripped out of my chest knowing that I might never see her again. Unfortunately, she was right. We had deserted her and it was all of our faults because we had not to stop Edward. As a friend I let her down, I left her when she needed me most. I never even got to say goodbye; none of us had. This was not going to be like last time. Edward didn’t have the courage to confront her, but I did. She would have to talk to me if I ended up on her doorstep. But first I needed to call one of her friends and get them on my side. Time to do a little digging…

Bella’s POV

That son of a… how dare he… calling me baby… who does he think he is? Rage burned within me as I sped away from Forks. I kept replaying the scene over and over in my head anger building until I almost swerved off the road.

“ That’s it. Pull over Bella. I’m not going to let you kill us all.” Cas said.

“ I’m fine.” I replied with gritted teeth.

“ Bella please,” said Josh trying a different approach, “I can see how angry you are, but also you’re miserable. Come on let Cas take the wheel.”

“ NO,” I replied stubbornly.

“Bells. Do it. Come on sit back here with me,” Evan pleaded.

“Whatever,” I said defeated. As, I pulled onto the side of the road my anger was dissipating and the feeling I had suppressed for over 100 years started surfacing. I barley made it out of the car before I started sobbing and hyperventilating. I didn’t really need to breathe, but it was a reflex. I collapsed under the shade of the trees next to the highway. Why did he have to come back here? What had I done to deserve this? His face… the pain in his eyes as I yelled at him almost killed me. The truth was, I hated him for what he did to me, but I could never stop…loving him. THERE I SAID IT!!! It didn’t take away my pain—it just added more. I felt Evan pick me up and hold me tight to his chest, rocking me back and forth like I was a baby. I loved Evan, honestly and truly loved him. I knew he would never hurt me like He did. The reassurance that I had Evan calmed me and I snuggled into him.

“ Bella, I don’t mean to pressure you, but who are these vampires and why do they affect you so strongly?” he asked tentatively.

“Do you really want to know?” I said sitting up.

Cas, Josh, and Derek had been silent this whole time, but now gathered round to her my story.

“ It happened 100 years ago, when I was still human. I fell head over heels in love with a vampire—that vampire, Edward.” I shuddered. It had been a long time since I said his name. “ He loved me back to and for a while we were very happy. I wanted him to change me so we could be together forever, but he believed that by doing that I was forfeiting a normal life and my soul. It was a constant argument between us, but finally he decided it for us. He left me days after my eighteenth birthday, and never came back. I became beyond repair. I never smiled, laughed, or lived again because he was my life. Edward was my reason to get up in the morning; but then he was gone. Six months later a vengeful vampire from my past came and killed my father and bit me.”

Everyone was silent. I just got up and got back into the backseat of the car. Seconds later, they all climbed in after me. One the way home Cas’ cell phone rang and she spoke so fast that none of us could hear her. Josh asked her who it was but she just waved the question away. By the time we got home I had forgotten about it. That is until a very small pixyish vampire was sitting on the front steps.