The Spirit Vampire
Bella Swan has moved to the small town of Forks in Washington State when her mother gets remarried. Not only does she meet Edward Cullen, a seventeen year old with a mysterious secret, but she finds that there's another girl living with her father (Charlie) - 17 year old Ally Peterman, a blonde, witty booklover with a mysterious secret of her own...
I thought I had better squeeze this is somewhere, just as a sort of FAQ. Twilight and its characters and events are not owned by me. They have been created by Stephenie Meyer. THIS IS NOT TWILIGHT. For the sake of the flow of my story, I have change bits around to make it fit. That means that something that occurred in a couple of hours may be stretched out to a couple of days. That's what fanfiction is about - if you don't like it, don't read it.Also too, if you don't understand it now, you will do soon. I promise.
Also, the ideas in this story are mine. If you don't understand what I am talking about, you will do soon, if you keep reading. This was a dream of mine a couple of months back, and I've always planned to turn it into a story. So imagine that there's a little round C covering the story - it's copyrighted 2008. Please, if you read and you like, or even if you read and you don't like, review. It's what keeps me alive. It's what'll keep this story alive. I cannot be the writer I want to be without your feedback. If you don't review, then I'll just write the story for my own personal satisfaction.
3. Chapter 3
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I had survived half of the school day. Three periods down, three more to go. European History, Government and the dreaded Physics.
I still didn’t understand why I was in the class – I sucked. And I was failing. Yet for some reason this year, everyone wanted to take Biology.
Bella hadn’t been in any of my classes today, but it felt like she was there.
Of course everyone knew that the Chief of Police’s daughter was coming to stay even before class had started.
By the time my third period Spanish class had rolled around, I was ready to throttle Eric Yorkie and Tyler Crowley. Not only were they talking about Bella, but in Spanish. Spanish that was so bad that Salvador Dali was rolling around in his grave, crying “Mi Dios!”
I sighed a breath of relief as the bell went for lunch, making my way to the cafeteria as quickly as I could. I slipped into line behind Katreena Odgen, a senior girl with brown hair.
In the cafeteria, all around me people were gossiping about what could have possibly brought a city girl to small town Forks. Quiet whispers rang through the room, contributing to the loud hum of voices as heads turned in all directions to find the latest attraction at Forks High. Most of them hadn’t laid eyes on Bella, which made me laugh.
You see, Bella did not look like your typical city girl. I mean, when we small town people think of places like Arizona and California, we think of sunshine and beautifully tanned men and women with blonde hair and playing volleyball.
Bella was the complete opposite. She had dark hair and pale skin – if you were completely oblivious to her arrival, one might think that she belonged to the Cullen family, not from a state known for its mass amounts of sunshine.
Basically, she looked like she belonged here in Forks, the wettest town on the planet. Yet she was new, and being new meant that you were a novelty. I of all people understood that.
Waiting in line, I scanned around the room, searching the many familiar faces for Bella. Before he had left for Port Angeles yesterday, I had promised Charlie that I’d look out for her, make sure that she found her classes and the rest of it.
She was sitting with Jessica Stanley and her posse of girlfriends. Rolling my eyes, I moved forward in the line, grabbing a sandwich and adding a bottle of orange juice onto my tray. Of course Jessica would snaffle the new girl up. The only comfort was that Bella was looking slightly uncomfortable at the table.
It made me want to vomit, seeing Mike and Eric and everyone look at Bella the way they did. Even Edward Cullen was staring at her from where his family sat across the room, curiosity written all over his face.
Rolling my eyes again, I moved up in the line again, grabbing the rest of my food before exiting the cafeteria.