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Treasured

Summary:
Danni is just your typical shapeshifting werewolf teenage girl from New Hampshire. She's got friends, a family, and a pack of twelve that she would literally die for. But what happens when Danni takes off because she can't stand certain people anymore? banner


Notes:
Please read! My fist werewolf fanfict!


11. Chapter 11

Rating 5/5   Word Count 2357   Review this Chapter

"He bit you; I still can't believe he bit you!" Cassi was saying as we walked over to a pile of ricks.

I rubbed my now freshly healed but scratched up shoulder, "Yeah, and to think I was the one who taught him how to fight like that. I still wonder what went wrong and caused him to want to kill me so bad."

"Who knows, the kid was crazy when we found him anyways, we can't expect anyone who's a werewolf to just be ready to join up and go with the flow of things, especially how we work."

"That's true, I just... I don't know, when I was training him, he seemed so... good. I just don't know what went wrong."

I sat down on a large bolder and sighed. Cassi climbed up next to me and we sat there talking for a while, she eventually managed to get me to talk about what happened a week and a half ago with Tyler and my sister.

"I hate them both right now." I finally said, "My sister especially for not telling me right away, the same thing probably would have happened, but then I wouldn't have run into Jacob, and I wouldn't have run away a second time, and we wouldn't be here right now."

"That's true, but I do like it here, it's a good change of scenery. You know?"

"Yeah, it is really kind of nice, but we need to get back before the town gets attacked by leeches again and they find out we're gone."

"True, as usual, but I just wish we could stay. I really like that Embry kid, he seems really nice."

"I know, all the guys here do, and I really like Leah, she's been going through pretty much the same thing I am, and so, we kind of understand each other."

"That's really cool, most of her pack hates her though; they all think she's just a big bitch."

"The only reasons behind that are for the Sam imprinting thing and then there's the cycle."

"Man, I hate that god damn cycle. Why anyways? Why are we the ones who have to go through with that every spring through summer?"

"Hell should I know. I hate it just as much as you do, and the worst part is, we'll be like this forever unless we can give it up."

"But I like being a wolf; it gives me an excuse to skip class when a vamp comes."

"Don't we all know it." I said laughing.

Someone walked by and almost past our rock, I couldn't tell which La Push boy it was until he looked up.

"Hi Seth." I said leaning over the edge of the tall rock, "what's up?"

He smiled, "Nothing much, you?"

I yawned, "It's been a pretty eventful day."

Cassi laughed and I kicked her. Apparently it was a little too hard of a kick because she rolled off the rock, or maybe she did that on purpose, but it was still funny. She hit the sand face first and I burst out laughing at her as she laid there spitting out sand. She looked up and glared at me, but we both knew it was a joke. I jumped down after her and pulled her to her feet, all three of us laughing now.

She pushed me and I let myself fall back onto the cool sand and laid on the ground pretending to be dead, my tongue hanging out and everything. Cassi jumped on top of me and was ready to perform a fake CPR when I shot up, hearing someone call my name. Who was it?

I looked around and both Cass and Seth were staring at me like I was crazy, but I know I heard my name.

"Danni, meet me at the border line, I have a present for you." A small voice whispered, and I could finally place it, Alice.

I smiled, still probably looking like a complete idiot or that a random good idea had popped into my head, I don't know, but I took off running towards the borderline.

I got there in less than five minutes, leaving everyone behind me to find Alice there waiting with a small duffle bag. Her scent hit me before I could see her, and I was relieved when I found she was alone.

"Hi Alice." I said walking up to her, but not crossing the spot on the road where we had stopped earlier.

"Hi Danni, I brought you some clothes, I figured you could use something to wear for the next couple of days, if you wanted to stay over here, and so I just brought you some of my old outfits."

"That's really nice of you Alice, but I think I need to go shopping for my own stuff before my pack finds out that I've been taking charity from a lee- vampire. Do you want to go shopping tomorrow?"

Her golden eyes lit up, "Sure, we can go up to Port Angeles, that way we both stay close to home, and we'll have so much fun! It'll be amazing! But I must insist that you at least take something to sleep in for tonight."

I waved her off, "It's alright; Leah probably has something I could borrow, but just in case." I took the duffel bag from her and sniffed inside, "Thanks, and where'd you get this stuff, it doesn't smell like you at all."

"Oh, I borrowed it from Bella, my brother's human fiancé." She said smiling, "They're getting married in a week, and it's going to be amazing! I'm sure you can come too, I'll just add another guest to the attendance list if you want to come."

"Sure, I'd love too, that is if I'm here for another week, is it okay if I bring one other person? I swear, she's cool and can keep her head around much worse than a few vampires."

"Sure, your friend can come, we've invited the entire La Push pack, but we're not sure how many will come, so we'll probably have extra seats anyways. Oh, and you'll be here for the wedding. It's weird; your future is the only one of the werewolves I can see."

"You're a psychic?"

"Yeah, I can only see other vampires and human's futures though, and then there's you of course, I've never been able to see any other wolf's before, and yours is really interesting."

I smiled and was about to ask her what's going to happen when I could hear people calling my name back towards La Push, "See you later." I said before turning and running back towards the small neighborhood.

I yawned and walked around the beach, I had stashed the duffel in a tree, hoping it wouldn't smell so unlike me later when I came back for it. I found Seth and Cassi talking and they both turned and smiled at me, well Cassi was more ear to ear grinning, but that's just because she was positive Seth and I were going to end up together.

Cassi said a quick hello and then dashed off towards the rest of our pack, leaving me alone with Seth. I felt really awkward then, and not to mention self conscious, Seth's a cool kid and everything, but if she really thinks something will happen between us, she's lost it. I dragged my foot around in the sand a bit, not looking at Seth, who I imagined was feeling just as awkward as I was. God, I'll kill Cassi for the both of us when I get home.

I could feel Seth watching me, and I couldn't help but yawn again, I was exhausted from my adventures and fights today.

"You look exhausted." He said after a minute.

I smiled, "Yeah, all I really want to do right no is curl up somewhere and fall asleep, but I have to figure out what Greg wants to do first, whether or not we're spending the night." I glanced up at him and found him staring at me wide eyed, "What?"

"Sam said that you and maybe a couple other people were going to stay for a while." He said, trailing off to a whisper.

"Well, I'll have to check with Greg and see what the arrangements are if some of us are staying." I said turning and walking towards where Greg was talking to Ryan and De.

I heard Seth follow me, silently.

"Hey Greg," I said yawning, "Are we staying here or are we leaving?"

He turned and smiled down at me, "You, Cassi, and I are going to stay here for a few days, Sam and I need to talk over some sort of joint communication if either of us ever needs the other, and you and Cassi can help train some of the wolves over the next three days."

"Mhm," I yawned again, "Where are we going to stay?"

"Cassi will be staying with Embry, I'll be with Jacob, and you get to hang out with Seth and Leah, I figure you could teach them both some new things."

I turned to find Seth right behind me and beaming, "Looks like you get to hang out with me and my sister for a couple days, don't worry, I'll make sure she's not as mean as she usually is. Come on, I'll show you where your new home is."

He took my hand and I was too tired to rip it away like I normally would have as he lead me through the trees and towards the faint lights of houses. I grabbed my duffel bag from the log I had stashed it in about half way towards the houses and then kept walking in silence.

Seth's house was the third on the left of a small street of homes, it was big, and the average tan siding and brown shutters looked warm and inviting. Inside it was small, but homey, like my house was. The walls were all an off-white shade in the main entry, the kitchen a mice forest like green, and the living room a soft sky blue. There was a flat screen TV mounted on the wall and about three hundred DVD on a shelf under it, and there was a small sofa and matching arm chair. There were other rooms, but we walked up the short carpeted stairs. He led me to a small, yellow colored room with flowers on the bedspread of a queen sized bed. A small white dresser and mirror were the only other things in the room, and there was a door for a bathroom and a closet.

"This is where you'll be staying, it has its own bathroom, so you can have some privacy. If you want to watch a movie or something, Leah and I will be downstairs, just yell if you have any questions."

I nodded, half awake before he left, closing the door behind him and I heard him walk down the stairs slowly and he started talking to Leah who must have been in one of the other rooms when I came in.

I unzipped the duffel bag to find a purple camie and a pair of blue pajama pants plus a couple changes of underwear and three bras, and an extra outfit for tomorrow that smelled more like leech than the rest of them. I had to remember to thank Alice tomorrow when we go shopping.

I quickly showered in the small bathroom and changed into the camie and PJ pants before walking down the stair, the hot water having woken me up. Seth and was putting a DVD into the player, and I caught a glimpse of the case, Transformers, a good pick. Leah saw ma and patted the space next to her on the couch I sat down, happy that she doesn't seems as mean to me as everyone says she is.

Seth stood up and grinned when the movie started and grinned at me, "Glad you could make it, tonight's movie, Transformers."

"Glad I came, it's a good movie." I said. There were four large bowels of popcorn on the coffee table, and both of them had already dug in.

We all ate and talked, and I got more and more tired by the topics, no one was really paying any attention, apparently they had seen it as many times as I have. I eventually leaned back against the back of the couch and closed me eyes, too tired to move, and enjoying their company too much to leave.

I guess I had fallen asleep because the next thing I knew, Leah and Seth were whispering and the movie had been turned off and there wasn't any light outside of my eyelids. Plus I realized that Seth had pulled me onto his lap and my head rested on his shoulder. I didn't want to let them know I was awake, I was too curious about their conversation.

"You really like her don't you?" Leah whispered.

"Yeah, I guess I really do, but I definitely haven't imprinted, but I kind of wish I did, or do; maybe the reaction is just delayed." His voice said, close to me.

"Maybe, or maybe you lust have a crush on her." Leah teased.

"That might be it, but do think I'm in love with her."

"Seth, you just met her today, you can't know that unless you've imprinted." She teased him again.

He sighed, "I know I didn't imprint, and I think we should go to bed, Sam will want everyone up and ready tomorrow, Jacob is supposed to be leaving sometime soon, and Sam doesn't want anyone to not get the chance to say bye."

Leah yawned, "Alright, I'll see you in the morning then."

Seth slid his arms under me and carried me up the stairs and into the guest room which was going to be mine for a while probably, and tucked me in. I was back asleep in moments.