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Bella is sent to live with her aunt and two cousins in Portland, Maine, after Edward leaves her the first time. She discovers some interesting things about her family. Takes place during New Moon. WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS
Ok, so everyone must READ THIS!!!! Unless you want to be hopelessly confused. Ok, so Edward left. Bella promised Charlie that she would attempt to be social again, that was in November. Now, it's December, Bella never went to Port Angeles with Jessica and she never went to visit Jacob. If you're confused, I don't know what to say, just try reading the first chapter and maybe it will make sense, maybe.
11. Chapter 11
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“Oh my goodness honey!” Aunt Peggy ran out the front door and embraced me. “What happened? Are you okay?”
“I’m fine, I’m fine.” I reassured her as we made our way into the living room.
“Now, explain.” Aunt Peggy demanded as she pushed me down onto a couch.
“Okay, so these kids have been, I don’t know, just bugging me since Monday.” I couldn’t tell them about the Cullens, and then they would just want them to help stop Victoria. “After school they stopped me to try and talk with me, I just really don’t want to hear anything more of what they have to say seeing that everything they’ve told me up to this part has been a lie-“
“What have they told you?” Elsbeth interrupted me and then blew her nose into a tissue.
“It’s not important, anyways,” I hurried on hoping they would drop the subject, “So they wouldn’t let me leave, and one of them, he’s really strong, had his hands on my shoulders to keep me from leaving, but I just kept getting even more mad with them and suddenly he yelled and jumped back. He claimed I hurt him, and when I felt my skin, it was burning, not as in sick burning, but like 150 degrees burning. I turned to leave, but they stopped me again, and I got even more upset, and my eyes started to turn red. That’s when I called you, and then I got around them and came home.”
“Well it’s good that you didn’t loose your temper dear.” Aunt Peggy said.
“Yea, that would’ve been terrible.” Lilia leaned over and gave me a hug, “I’m sure that was scary for you to, not knowing what was going on.” I nodded weakly.
“Girls you need to be much more careful from now on to stay calm and not get to angry. Okay?” The three of us nodded our heads yes. “Now, why don’t we go out and you girls can do a little flying? Just go slow enough that I can keep up.”
That got us in better spirits; flying was something that we all enjoyed, going fast or not.
We all put on comfortable clothes and then ran to the forest lining the back yard and took off flying with Aunt Peggy jogging along below us. We twirled and raced around until we came to a meadow where we landed and then sat down in the tall grass.
“It’s such a beautiful day.” Lilia said cheerily.
“Yea,” Elsbeth snorted, “If you count clouds and no sun beautiful.”
A twig snapped then on the opposite side of the meadow and our heads snapped up as five people stepped out from the trees.