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Another Day, Another Destinity

Summary:
Bella Is ready. Ready to marry Edward, and ready to become as beautiful and immortal as he is. However, with the releasing of a propchey, and the arrival of a new coven, Bella and Edward must face new dangers, and they begin to realize that everyone has trials to face. Excert from later chapter:Edward grinned. “Looks like we have to save the world again.”“Not the world,” Alice corrected.“Just Forks,” I said.


Notes:
Before you ask, I kind of deleted this while I was posting chapter five, so I'm just going to repost everything (Thank goodness I saved all the chapters). If I happen to find this the next day, safe and sound, I'll just delete thisversion, and let everyone else read the last version.


1. Chapter 1: New Troubles

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Chapter One: New Troubles

I opened my eyes to find that the sun was shining through my open window. I lay my head against the pillow, and grasped the remnants of a dream.

“Morning, Bella.” Edward’s voice whispered from my rocking chair.

I stretched, yawning. “ So what prompted you to move to the rocking chair?” I asked.

He smiled his crooked smile. “Alice called, and my phone was on vibrate so as not to disturb you or Charlie. I believe your exact words were ‘Edward, that tickles!’” His smile only got bigger. “I found out that you could laugh in your sleep as well as talk.”

I crawled out from under the covers, feeling a smile spread across my face. “It’s obvious, really; if one talks in their sleep, they might as well laugh in it, too.”

“Only you can talk and laugh in your sleep, Bella.” His voice was quite cheerful.

“I need a human minute.” I muttered. I could tell my cheeks were flushed with embarrassment.

He smiled. “Take your time, Bella. I’ll be downstairs.”

I went into the bathroom, and finished my morning routine in about half the time. I went so quickly that I almost didn’t notice the pair of red eyes staring at me from the trees.

My heart sped up quickly, and the figure twitched in the trees. I swore I could see it smiling.

“Edward,” I whispered. I knew he would come; my heartbeat and whisper were thing he could hear as clearly as if I was standing next to him.

The figure jumped to the window, and I grasped the handle of the bathroom door.

“Bella,” Edward asked, his velvet voice sounding worried.

I threw it open, and Edward’s worried face was replaced by a look of anger.

“Bella, get down!” he yelled, and jumped toward the window.

I hid behind the door, as far out into the hall as I could go without leaving sight of the bathroom. Meanwhile, the bathroom rang with chilling snarls, growls and hissing. I heard glass break, and things fall from their cupboards, until finally the sound of more glass breaking, and trees shaking as the other vampire jumped from the window and into the woods.

“Bella,” Edward’s voice called from the bathroom. “Are you alright?”

“I’m fine.” I whispered as I ducked back into the bathroom and threw my arms around him. I started kissing every part of him I could find. “How about you?” I whispered, my lips pressed into the hollow of his neck.

“I’m fine; I was more worried about you.”

For the first time, I glanced around the bathroom. The window had a huge hole in it, and the medicine cabinet that was hidden behind the mirror was opened. The medications that were usually stored there were spread out all over the sink and floor.

I bent down to clean it up, but Edward took my hand.

“Don’t worry about it,” he said. “I’ll clean it up; you should go eat before Alice shows up.”

“I’ll wait.” I murmured.

We walked out of the bathroom, now completely cleaned and unchanged, except for the large branch that had been shoved into the window to explain how it broke.

Alice was waiting in the kitchen when we got there.

“I told you!” she wailed as we entered. “I said there was another coven coming, and they would catch our scent. Now what do we do?”

Edward glanced at me before turning to Alice. “We’re going to have to talk to Carlisle about this, and then we will have to warn the wolves.”

“Sam and the others will enjoy that,” Alice muttered. “I can already see the expressions on their furry faces.”

I heard the sarcasm in her voice, and apparently Edward did, too. He smiled.

“Let’s not keep those furry faces waiting,” he replied.