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My Salvation

Summary:
This is about Jennifer, Quil and Claire's only daughter. She and her family move back to La Push after being away for years. What happens when Jenny meets Jacob? Read and Find out. Chapter Six is up. Chapter Seven in validation! I am terrible at summaries!!!**disclaimer**I own nothing but the characters that come out of my own mind Go check out the sequel. 'Mi Vida' when you finish reading this one.


Notes:
sorry for how short this is. the first chapter is mainly just to get it started and the rest will be longer with main points of view. sorry


1. Wasted

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Chapter One-Wasted

Standing at the back door
She tried to make it fast
One tear hit the hard wood
It felt like broken glass
She said sometimes love slips away
And you just can't get it back
Let's face it

For once this second
She almost turned around
But that would be like pouring rain
Back into a cloud
So she took another step and said
"I see the way out and I'm gonna' take it"

I don't wanna' spend my life jaded
Waiting to wake up one day and find
That I've let all these years go by
Wasted

Another glass of whisky and it still don't kill the pain
So he stumbles to the sink and pours it down the drain
He says it's time to be a man and stop living for yesterday
Face it.

Cause' I don't wanna' spend my life jaded
Waiting to wake up one day and find
That I've let all these years go by
Wasted

Oh I don't wanna' keep on wishing, missing
But still every morning' the color of the night
I ain't spending no more time
Wasted

She kept drivin' along
Till the moon and the sun were floating side-by-side
He looked in the mirror and his eyes were clear
For the first time in a while

Hey, yeah,
Oh, I don't wanna' spend my life jaded
Waiting to wake up one day and find
That I've let all these years go by
Wasted

Oh I don't wanna' keep on wishing, missing
But still every morning' the color of the night
I ain't spending no more time
Wasted

Oh, I don't wanna' spend my life jaded
Waiting to wake up one day and find
That I've let all these years go by
Wasted

Yeah, yeah
Oh I don't wanna' keep on wishing, missing
But still every morning' the color of the night
I ain't spending no more time
Wasted

Jennifer’s POV

I sat on the roof of the new house that my family had just moved into in La Push. My dad had originally lived here and he and my mom had started to really miss everyone here. I knew that my dad, Quil, was a werewolf and that my mom, Claire, was his imprint.

Our new house was next to his old best friend Jacob’s house. Billy, Jacob’s dad, had died a few years ago and my dad had come back then for the funeral leaving me with my mom. We hadn’t moved back then because my dad was worried that I might become a werewolf if there were still vamps around.

Jacob was the only person I hadn’t met in the 14 hours we’d been here. I was actually happy about the move if it meant that I never had to see Josh’s sorry face ever again. There were a lot of trails around the area so I would probably spend most of my time in the woods or planning ways to murder Josh.

Jacob’s POV

I had heard about Quil’s return and I felt really bad about missing it, but today was the anniversary of Bella’s wedding and I just needed to be by myself.

I’ll go see them tomorrow. I vowed silently as I sank into a deep sleep.

Jennifer’s POV

I was hiding in my bedroom with my radio on when the doorbell rang downstairs. I heard greetings given before my mom called me down. “Jenny come down and meet Jacob please!”

I sighed. He’ll probably be another pretty boy who only wanted to impress his friends like Josh. I snarled inwardly as I thought the name. I shut my radio off and slipped on my black flip-flops before walking down the stairs and into the kitchen where they were all waiting for me.

My mom and dad were sitting with an extremely gorgeous boy at the kitchen table. They were all talking and laughing about something as I entered the room. He had my dad and my russet skin and black hair. He was dressed in only a pair of black cutoffs so I figured he had just been running around as a wolf. He looked up and met my eyes as I sat down.

“Holy crap.” My dad muttered as he stared at Jacob.

Jacob’s POV

` The most beautiful girl, or woman really, that I’ve ever seen was Quil’s daughter. She had Quil’s russet skin and dark hair. I felt like I could get lost in her eyes and that I would do anything for her if it meant that I could be near her.

Imprinting,

That was the word that came to mind.

Unconsciously I moved towards her even as she stood up and backed away from me. “Honey, sit down.” Claire said placing a hand on Jennifer’s arm. She shook it off and turned and ran into the woods.

“Give her time. She’s had a hard time with the whole problem with Josh. It was somewhat like you and Bella.” I flinched at the name and Quil noticed. He gave me a sympathetic look as he continued. “After the thing with Josh I can see why she wouldn’t like the prospect of a new boyfriend.” He shook his head sadly. “I hope that boy ends up in hell for what he did to my little girl.”

Jennifer’s POV

After I ran out of the house I ran into the woods and just ran until I couldn’t think, couldn’t feel, couldn’t hear.

I finally stopped when the demands of my body forced me to. My legs were screaming in pain and I realized that I had a cramp in my side. I limped towards a small clearing in the trees and sat down on the ground.

I stretched my legs out. I felt tears building up in my eyes and I tried to hold them back, but a few managed to escape and roll down my cheeks. I heard a crash to my right as someone—or something—moved into my little clearing.

I wiped my eyes quickly and looked up into the pain-filled yet gentle eyes of the figure standing over me. “Jacob?” I asked in surprise.