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Crimson Hearts

Summary:
Sequel to Bloody Hurt... yup that should be good enough to draw people in. DISCLAIMER: NOT MINE!!!! okay, so the words and plot line are mine, but the characters and the books, twilight and new moon, belong to Stephenie Meyer.


Notes:
tehehe reade and find out =)


3. Nerves

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The car ride to the hospital was silent, but peaceful. With our hands entwined, and our hearts filled with love, we were in a state of utter bliss. His hands ran over the steering wheel gracefully and quickly and he turned off the car with the flick of a wrist.

Grinning at him, I marched up to the automatic glass doors of the hospital. However as soon as I stepped through the door, my nerves caught up with me. I turned around quickly and attempted to run back to the car, but when I turned I ran smack into Edward’s chest. He stumbled back, but caught me in his arms.

Concern filled his eyes, and his looked down at me.

"What is wrong?"

"I can’t do this! What if there is something wrong with it? What if there is nothing wrong with it?!? What if it is a vampi..." I hadn’t been able to complete me sentence because Edward’s finger covered my lips.

"It won’t be"

"Oh really Einstein... and how do you know?" I glared at him.

"Because you’re its mother... and I’m its father." He gave me a cocky grin, and I continued to glare.

"That is my point! Were both vampires Edward. What are the chances that it is actually going to be a human. What if its neither... What if it isn’t even..." Again I couldn’t finish my sentence, but not because of Edward stopping me. Because of the blood threatening to spill down my cheeks.

"Don’t even say it." He brushed his thumbs under my eyes to keep the tears from falling. "Its going to live. I promise.... Are you alright, now?"

I nodded.

" Okay then... lets go find out about our child."

I kissed his perfect flawless cheek.

Taking a deep breath, I turned my steeling gaze to meet his. "Lets go then, before I lose my nerve again," I said, gave him a weak smile.

Holding tight to one another we set off in the direction on Carlisle’s office.