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Loch Cullen

The Cullens take Bella on a much needed vacation to Loch Ness. Hmmmm.......... Previously called 'Loch Ness With The Cullens'.


4. Chapter 4: Luggage, Boats, and a Flashback

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Chapter 4: Luggage, Boats, and a Flashback

We arrived at the port in California the next day after an all-night plane ride and driving that scared the crap out of me (Jasper likes to go really, really, really, REALLY fast).


I am covering my head with my sleeve.

“What’s wrong with Bella?” Jasper asked like he didn’t know.

I am about to comment, but my face turns green and I barf all over Rosalie.

Rosalie starts freaking out and we have to pull over to the nearest gas station to she can wash her hair in the sink and change into something else.

Alice gets mad at me for barfing all over Alice’s outfit that Rosalie was barrowing.



The rest of the Cullens were standing in front of a dock that had a huge 3-floor house boat with a smaller pink fishing boat tied to the side and a gold yacht floating next to them tied onto the wooden planks.

“What are we doing?” I asked Alice.

“We’re taking the boats to the lake.”

“But isn’t the lake kind of surrounded by land?”

“We have cars.”

“In Scotland?”

“Doesn’t everyone?” Rosalie chimed in. She really can’t mind her own business.

“Okay.” Carlisle started, “I’m taking the yacht with your mother. Behave! I can hear everything you do, remember. Oh, and Bella, please try not to fall. I really don’t want to have to stop Jasper from eating you. I don’t think Charlie can take it.”

I am kinda confused. Esme really isn’t their mother and Carlisle normally doesn’t act like a dad. And with Edward there, no one’s going to misbehave. As much as I love him, he acts more like a parent. And since when has Carlisle got pissed off at me for being human?

Emmett snickered. I guess he thinks that it’s funny when his brother tries to kill me.

Edward started unloading our luggage out of the car. “Okay, Rosalie, I told you to pack light.”

“I did.”

“Seventy-five suit cases?”

“And thirty-eight totes.”

“One hundred and thirteen bags!”

“You said to pack light.”

“That means not your closet.”

“What else would I wear? The same thing?”

“You know, there are stores in Scotland. You couldn’t wait to stop there?”

“Well, those Scottish people…”

“Rose, you’re a moron.”


“I will after I finish”-he lifted another one of Rosalie’s matching suitcases-“getting your stuff.”

Vampires can be very violent.