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Marionette

Summary:
Edward leaves Bella. The Volturi find a human aware of them, and come for her. Thirteen years later, Bella is a trained member of the guard, loyal, important, enslaved… Readers- I’m moving accounts. This was a shared account with someone who doesn’t really like me anymore. So I’ll post this to all the stories I wrote (I’ll only continue some) then you can read them. Continuing: Complications, Goneandnevercomingback., Marionette, mynewLife, and SpilledMascara. If what you read wasn’t listed and you want it continued, tell me through the “contactauthors” button on the “elainamorrigan” account why I should continue. -elle/Twizzler


Notes:
Twisler Terrier All these characters (with the exception of Azuria named after my beautiful cat) belong to Stephenie Meyer.


5. stage

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Bella’s Point Of View

They brought me back to their house. It was a big cottage style two story. Very pretty, but not as great as Volterra. The most annoying thing was that Alice and Edward kept staring at me. Even after we got inside and I stood in a corner in the living room (not wanting to associate with the criminals), they wouldn’t take their annoying eyes off me.

What was even weirder is that it wasn’t in mistrust, it was love and pain. I had no idea who they were but they wouldn’t leave me alone.

The newborn Anna glared.

“You’re lucky you aren’t dead,” I hissed at her. I was bored and needed some form of entertainment, watching her being uncomfortable was fun.

“Yeah right,” she growled, “Just because you managed to kill Nicole doesn’t mean you can kill me!”

“Actually it does,” I told her, “You are just an inexperienced newborn, despite what you might think. I am a trained and valued member of the guard. The only one who can fight me and win is Felix.” She bristled, I grinned. “If I were you, I wouldn’t push my luck.”

“Y-”

“Why?” Edward interrupted, that annoyed me; I almost had her going, “Why did you kill her?”

I laughed, “It’s my job. I do as I am told. It was master’s wishes and what master wants, master gets. You brought it on yourselves anyway, you broke the law.”

Carlisle made a disgusted sound in the back of his throat.

“I should have known. You are so caring that you’d do anything they asked of you. If they asked you to jump off a cliff, you would wouldn’t you?” Edward asked.

I straightened my back and proudly nodded, “Without hesitation.” I was that good a servant.

He shook his head and ran out the door like it was a bad thing.

“What’s his problem?” It was a rhetorical question but Alice still answered.

“He hates himself for what he did to you. I told him, I really did.”

“He did nothing to me!” I yelled, frustrated, “I don’t even know you people! You’re insane!” I stomped over to the door, “I’m out of here.”

Alice grabbed my hand from behind, “Don’t.”

I spun around and knocked her to the ground. I got right in her face and said, “Don’t touch me.”

Anna ran over and grabbed my arm, taking me to the ground. It felt like her hand was white hot iron. It spread throughout my body as screamed out in pain. I wasn’t expecting it or I would have thrown her off.

Edward came running into the room and pulled her off me. The heat started to fade as I lay there gasping.

“Bella are you alright?” he asked.

I was shaking but nodded, too busy trying to control my screams and anger to care about him calling me Bella.

I stood up and brushed my self off, putting on my poker face so they wouldn’t know what I was about to do. I turned to Anna, who was glaring, crouched down and lunged. I was ready to rip her to pieces. Edward held me back while Alice controlled her.

“Jasper would really come in handy right about now.” She muttered. I didn’t know how he would, but she was probably just worried about her mate.

I snarled, pushed Edward away, and ran out the door. He followed me.

“Wait,” he called.

I froze, took a deep breath and turned to him, “what?”

“Here,” he put a stack of old photos in my hand. I flipped through them. One was of him and a girl who looked like me. They both looked happy. Then another, he looked dead and depressed. For some reason that made me angry, my eyes started to burn.

Why were these faces so familiar? Why did I get such a strange sense of déjà vu looking at the photos? Why was I so mad?

These people kept confusing me with this “Bella” and were annoying consistent. It was sad. He did something to hurt her and seemed to feel guilty. I’m sure she was just fine. If not better without him.

“I know you’re in there Bella,” Edward said, “Come back to me.”

I shook my head, “I’m sorry, Edward. I’m not your Bella. She looks like me, but there are laugh lines. It must be my mom, and she passed. I’m sorry.”

“No,” He sighed, “I’m sorry, so sorry for what I did to you.”

“Right,” I turned and walked back inside.

“Any luck?” Alice asked Edward when he walked through the door.

“No, but I’ll keep trying.”

I whipped my head around to tell him off, but I made the mistake of looking into his eyes. His beautiful topaz eyes. Electricity flew between us, he winked, more déjà vu. I closed my eyes, turned away, and calmed myself.

I knew how I could solve this problem.

I threw my shield away from me and got ready to remember my whole life.

Edward blinked and focused, ready to listen.

The stage was set, time for the show.