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A Freaky Imprint

Jacob loses. Bella chooses Edward and runs away with the rest of the Cullens to whatever secluded, cloudy town they choose to move to. And they leave Jacob in La Push, trying as hard as he can to get over her. But then he realizes he's out of peanut butter. And so it all begins. The whole pack imprints on one girl. A girl who happens to be a vampire. Marie is running from something, and chooses Forks of all places to make her 'normal' life as a supermarket employee. But that idea is destroyed when the weird wolf guys come in and screws everything up. The pack is on the verge of falling apart over Marie. Only Sam seems to realize that she's not right at all. Can he possibly stop them from killing each other over something they are created to destroy? I'm sorry, I can't help but make it crack-ficish. Rated 'T' for language.


7. Chapter 7: War

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Chapter 7


Sam’s POV

It took me a while to find her. At first I thought her shift had ended and she was gone for the day. But she was there, on Aisle Five, stacking up the peanut butter, right next to the dog food.

I cleared my throat and leaned against a metal shopping cart.

She tensed up, then stood there for a minute, and finally turned around slowly.

I waved almost cockily.

Her eyes were like ice, piercing me with daggers. Well, red ice, anyway….

Red eyes.

She was dangerous.

Not only was she dangerous, but when she turned and stared at me, the feeling in my chest turned tight, and I couldn’t breathe.

I had imprinted on her.

“You need to leave.” I whispered. That was when I was most dangerous -- when I whispered.

She smiled, her eyes still shooting me with the red ice. “Bobby, will you come-” she said into the radio pinned onto the store’s vest.

I interrupted her. “I don’t care about your other employees, I’m here for you. I know what you are, I know what you did to my brothers, and I know that you’re going to leave. Now.” Hearing those last words caused the feeling in my chest to tighten even more. I didn’t want her to go. And that was bad.

“What makes you think I’ll leave that easily.” she whispered softly, using her eyes to make her look sad. I felt a strange protectiveness -- I needed to make her feel better. She shouldn’t be sad; not when I could help it.

“Because if you don’t I’ll get my brothers to rip you to pieces.” I said simply.

“We both know that won’t work. You love me, they love me. They’re not going to kill me.” Her smile was so sweet, it was evil.

“You caused this?” I gaped. I knew it had to be a power, but now I wished it wasn’t. I wanted her to love me.

“No. I didn’t. But it was very convenient.” Her smile grew. It reminded me of something I saw on the Discovery Channel where a giant snake swallowed a rabbit whole. I hoped I wasn’t the rabbit.

“How did you know we-- I mean, they, loved you?” I blurted out, not able to contain my curiosity.

Her smile faded. She looked at me earnestly. “It’s a great story. I’ll tell it to you sometime. But for now--” she looked down at her hands, twisting a jar of peanut butter between her pale fingers, “I would really appreciate it if you would LEAVE ME THE HELL ALONE!” She had looked at me with a face full of pure terror, her features contorted so evilly, I felt goose bumps rise up on my arms.

And I ran.

Right out of the store, to the parking lot I ran, looking back only when I was safely in my car, driving away. When I did, I saw Marie laughing. And I knew I had to keep my pack away from her, even if it was the last thing I did.