Finding the Moon
The Cullens lost Renesmee as a baby when she was kidnapped by a vampire. Bella and Edward have spent many years looking for their only child. They think it's the Volturi who have taken her. But instead, it was an individual's doing and not the Volturi as a whole. But instead of being raised by the vampire elite,she makes her way make to USA and spends the next years alone waiting for her life to change. With a house full of children, it's hard to realize that her family has found her once again.
But the War between vampires isnt over. They need everyone to help this time.
Character returns: Jacob, Seth, Sam and Emily plus 2, Quil and Claire, Embry plus one. The Cullen Family of course. And the Volturi. Nahuel, Huilen, Garrett and many others. J/R R/Other Enjoy my banner!
AN: So I’ve about finished “Who We Are” And I’ve been trying so hard to think of an idea for a story that will blow your mind as much as this one has, and then it came to me.! Actually I’ve been playing with the idea, daydreaming about the idea, and even thinking of the first chapters for the past month or so. I thought I’d get down the first chapter, show it to you, and then you guys can tell me where to go from there. Sound good? So you know what’s going on, and it will be explained more in the next chapter: Renesmee was lost by the Cullens. Sounds impossible doesn’t it. Well, instead of being taken by Jacob to safety, she taken by an unknown (or is it?) vampire and left on a doorstep in the depths of Europe, England to be exact. There, Renesmee aged quickly, and six years later looks the way she does in this story. Renesmee, a few years later, goes back to the United States with only the locket around her neck, and the knowledge of who and what she is lost over time. But how is that possible, because it wasn’t by nature that her memories were lost. She managed to keep some, but in fear, did not go out to seek her family, being told they gave her up because she was different.. .More will be learned as the story progresses.
2. Chapter 2
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If I stood at two and a half feet, had brown hair that flowed straight down my back--but was usually damp and messy-- and had a sickness that no one could cure, my name would be Elizabeth. My two year old daughter, Elizabeth, is probably my most cherished child. I am not saying I love her more or anything, I am just stating that she is the child in which I shake over, the one I can barely let out of my sight. I won’t even let her father take her off alone. It was a problem for me when I needed to let her go for 6 hours a day at a daycare so that I could work. I am never completely unwound until I have all of my children with me in the same room. That’s how protective of them I am.
You might have found my story a bit unlikely as you read the first instalment of my story. I am sorry if it made you turn away and roll your eyes. But, this is what happened to me. I’m just a 28 year old girl stuck in a twentyish year old body. By reading about how many kids I have, you might call me some kind of a nympho hooker or something along those lines. That wouldn’t be the case. I mean, I could be just very fertile or something. Oh, I’m making myself laugh right now. Actually, the thing is that there is one father to all my children. If you have read my mother’s story, then you would probably be able to guess who this man is. To him, I am the reason to his existence. He’s pretty important to me too, but I just don’t see why he has to live a country away from me. He has his reason I guess. A stupid one though. I see him about once every five or six months, or whenever I can get a chance to meet him half way.
Every time we meet it has to be in a different place. I have moved from place to place many times in my life too. It’s not a good thing to stay in one place for too long, especially when you have some psycho killer vampire after you. But you probably know about him too.
So there’s my short explanation. You can stop reading if you like, or you can read my story on as well. Or finish this instalment and then make your judgement. But I want you to finish the entire story, because then you wouldn’t know what you’re missing.
Texas is a very warm state. Usually I love the heat, but recently it’s been making me sick. But I love this land. I love the area and the livestock and the people in the city. It’s all amazing. And I live in an area just out of Houston that is more houses than city, which means I get a bit of country and a bit of city. And a big backyard. Not that I let my kids go and play out there on their own.
Our house wasn’t a mansion either, and was just big enough for William and Clarissa to employ the basement, Christopher to share a room with Georgie and Elizabeth, and Max with me. Right now I am lounged out on half of our sectional sofa with my back up against the cushions. A Slurpee on the coffee table leaves a ring of green syrup. The remote control is on the floor in front of me and a rerun of Friends cracks jokes that I heard when I watched the same episode this morning. Oh how I love Saturdays.
“Now can I?”
Another moment passes by.
“Now can I?”
This has been going on for about half an hour now. Christopher isn’t getting bored of it yet though. He smacks his lips. “Now?”
I wait a couple seconds so I can lean forward and take a large gulp from my drink. I lean back and rest back into the television. “Nope.”
“Aggh!” I echo him. He leans forward from where he is seated on the floor with his arms crossed and his chin resting on top them over the cushion of the sofa. I look down at him and ruffle is black curls. “In a bit, okay. Go get dressed. We’ve still got a bit of time.”
I turned back to the television but watched him out of the corner of my eye. He seemed to be deep in thought, but then his face cleared and he seemed happy.
“Can we go out for dinner first! Then we can leave now?!” He seemed so excited, that I didn’t want to say no.
“Fine. Go get dressed.” He grinned, showing me his perfect teeth, and then he stood up and ran up the stairs as fast as his little legs could take him.
He came down 10 minutes later wearing a Metallica t-shirt with plaid suspenders and a pair of jean shorts. I just smiled and shook my head. “Willy, you ready?” I asked.
“Yeah!” I heard him from downstairs. Clarissa came up the stairs right behind him.
“Changed your mind?” I asked. A roll of the eyes was followed by a swing of her long black hair over her shoulder.
“I don’t relate myself with Hicks like you, which means I am not going to go to a huge field party with every hick in town.”
“But we love you.” I smiled. “Besides, you can watch the kids.”
“Whatever. There asleep anyway.”
“For Now. Watch Max around small toys and don’t let them eat any sugar whatsoever, alright?” I asked as I slid on my coat.
“What am I, stupid?” She asked as she flopped down onto the sofa.
“Could have fooled me.” William said as he walked out of the front door with his little brother on his heels.
“Be good.” I murmured before I left.
Texas. My little girl was in Texas. And now so were we. We made sure we waited until after dark before seeking out the town. Our message deliverer left us with her so he could go back south to take care of something. Now all we needed to do was to find her. It wasn’t that big of a town, unless we counted Houston. But Naoul specifically said that they lived in the outskirts.
Yes, all the family came with us. They are all anxious to see Renesmee. And they all wanted to feel something other than snow and cold.
We realized as we walked the streets that everyone was headed the same direction.
“Wouldn’t hurt to follow the herd.” Emmett joked as we followed a family as they walked.
“Everyone keep your eyes open.” Carlisle murmured as we reached a large field with a few thousand people dancing and drinking. There were multi-coloured lanterns hanging from the lamp posts.
“Kinky.” Alice said as she watched two a couple guys fooling around in a fight to our left. I laughed.
“It reminds me of Forks.” I stated.
I knew with all my heart as we walked that tonight I was going to find my Renesmee.