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Summary:
A mysterios girl turns up in Forks and takes a imediate liking to Bella. She soon starts to hang out with them all the time. But Bella starts to wonder if it's just a coincidence that she turned up just before the new born vampires that are terrorising Seattle. Who is she and does she have anything to do with Bella's constant feeling of being watched.


Notes:
My first fan-fic story, I hope you like it! Disclaimer: I don’t own the characters, they are Stephenie Meyers invention and so is most of the setting. Parts of the plot may resemble things in the books. No copyright intended!


1. Meeting

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The girl walked along the darkened street, with each step it seemed almost like she was dancing. Her toes pointed, head up, straight back, she had an air about her of beauty, mystery, happiness. An unseen smile played across her lips, as she walked, if you’d call it walking. She was happy, content.

Though there was something slightly tense about the way she held herself, the walk could have turned to a graceful run in a second. She seemed to be balancing solely on the balls of her feet.

A boy came towards her, and she smiled openly. He stopped, he couldn’t help it. Her smell intrigued him, it wasn’t like that of a vampires but it wasn’t human either. It burned his nostrils, but it wasn’t unpleasant. It was sort of sweet… but also sour.

“Sweet and sour chicken, that’s me” she said staring of into the sky, she shook her head and seemed to come to her senses again. “Oh, hello, Jacob” she said, still smiling that sweet slightly disturbing smile.

He tensed at the sound of his name “Hello” he said warily, she didn’t reply “Do I know you?”He continued, still unsmiling.

“I don’t think so” she replied hesitantly, he stared back baffled by her answer. She studied his face carefully “No, not yet” she said, more confidently now “but you will.”

He looked her up and down searching for an answer to an unasked question. “Who are you?”

She smiled at him warmly “We both know that’s not the question you want to ask now is it Pumpkin?” He didn’t answer “Let’s walk awhile” she said as she strolled on past him. He turned and followed, he couldn’t help it. She skipped along merrily beside him easily keeping pace with his gaping stride. He watched her through curious eyes, her decided to ask her after all if she got mad, he could look after himself.

“What are you?”

Her smile didn’t even stutter, she didn’t even look slightly upset. “You finally plucked up the courage to ask now did you?” she paused and tilted her head to look at him. “I’m sorry love, but it wouldn’t be much fun if I told you straight away would it?” She sighed. “You’re wondering why I’m here?” she asked, though the way she said it, it didn’t seem much like a question. She sighed “Well I’m not going to tell any ways”

He stared at her not quite sure what to do.

She blew out a big puff of air and pushed out her front lip in a bored manner. She looked him up and down once more and shook her head.“Well, I better be going.” She started to walk away but then paused to turn around and add “I only came to introduce myself, I’m going to be hanging round here a lot from now on, thought you better know, tell Sam for me will you?” She turned and walked away.

He stared after her. He hadn’t had a proper look at her before, he’d been so dazzled by her behaviour. She was average height, so a lot shorter then him and thin, but not sticklike like some of the girls nowadays. Her hair was a orange colour but as the moonlight bounced of it her saw steaks of blonde, red and brown appear. She turned and waved and he took in her face, it was picturesque, small and bright, rounded but with a sort of hardness that he was sure would show itself when she frowned, though he wondered if she ever did. Her eyes were hazel, like the skin of a deer, with streaks of gold and darker brown. He could hardly tear his eyes away from her, but he turned his head and walked towards the forest on his left. He turned to look at her once more but she was gone.

He shook his head to get the vision of her out of his head, but stopped and changed his mind; the others would want to see this. After all she had said to tell Sam. He smiled at the though of her parting words, some introduction, he didn’t even know her name.

He walked into the forest and as he did his body seemed to quiver all along the spine and he changed into a huge wolf that ran away into the distance.

In the shadow of the trees the girl watched, she stared after Jacob with wide eyes, almost bewildered and then very slowly a wide smile played across her red lips.