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New Dawn

Summary:
Kimi White is a Native American healer of the Haisla Tribe who just might be enough to erase his pain and open his eyes. But what will happen after Bella hears about this? How's Edward going to react? Most of all, how would Jacob feel about this? Is his life going to revolve around Bella, even when, BETTER opportunities arise? Read and find out =] btw, this is our first story so... dont be too harsh.


Notes:
We're tired of the Jacob, Bella, and Edward pair. We're deciding to keep his same personality but give him a whole new story (WITHOUT BREAKING THE RULES) check it out if you want to read something different. By WE, as in there are two authors of this story.. so DUH we share an account =]


2. Meetings

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JACOB BLACK:

I had been wandering around the forest wondering about what I should eat… when I heard a bloodcurdling scream. I stopped for a moment wondering whether I should investigate. After a moment’s hesitation, I ran to where I heard the scream from and when I saw what awaited me there, I even forget how to breathe.

A small girl was lying sprawled on the forest floor. She was so small maybe 5’2 and the way she was lying sprawled on the ground sent a big jolt through my body. Her russet colored skin was so smooth, so silky but covered in dark red blood where the sharp rocks below had cut into her skin.

I ran to get a closer look at her. I couldn’t recognize her face especially from all the blood.

“Hello? Can you hear me?” Stupid question, the girl’s unconscious.And stupid me, I’m a werewolf.

No answer. Well that was expected.

I looked around to see if anyone was in sight. I saw no one.

What was she doing out here all alone? I needed to take her somewhere, but where could I have gone? My only other alternative was to fix her up myself. Or, at least make her conscious again.

I carried her on my back. The smell of blood brought back vivid memories. I sensed there was a lake nearby. I rested her body on the bank of the lake and stepped into the water. I began to splash water with my nose onto her. She didn’t move.

I continued to splash so much water that all the blood leaked off of her skin. This girl was barely seventeen, my human age and so tender looking. She looked so fragile, and I felt the need to protect her. What was she doing out here in the forest?

Suddenly, she started moving, as if she was twitching. She mumbled something. “Time is running out. Must keep moving.” Huh? She opened her eyes, barely squinting.

She started panting really hard and quickly rose to her feet. She looked at me. I carefully looked at her. I thought she would take off running but she just stood there. I could see a little grin on her face but I wasn’t a hundred percent sure. I stepped a little towards her. She still didn’t move.

“Did you save me?” Her voice sounded so innocent, child like but full of excitement.

I nodded my head. She giggled. “You understand me? You’re such a beautiful wolf.”

I moved towards her slowly keeping a steady pace. She reached her hand out and rubbed it against my nose. Feelings of sharp thrills ran through my body. I turned my head away from her. I couldn’t bear it. I had to run. I looked back from a distance I was sure she couldn’t see me. She just stood there as if time stood still. I saved her life.

KIMI WHITE:

Looking around me, I saw nothing familiar in sight. This isn’t where I was. I also felt really sharp pains through my body. What happened to me? The last thing I could remember was climbing a huge rock.

Somehow, the pain isn’t what bothered me. It was the wolf. Something was very different about him. I felt like he understood me and how I felt.

Not to mention this wolf was about the size of a horse. I took one step towards the thicket of trees and swooned. I braced myself against the ground and decided to rest for a few more minutes before I decided to move. Now…which way was home?