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Emmett Cullen was changed in 1935 by the Cullens. But there was another, Isabella, who was also changed....but by another. Caught walking alone near the woods weeks after her brother's death, her life is changed for the rest of eternity.[AU]

I know, I should probably finish everything else, but there's a fire under my tush, and it doesn't go out, not to mention the copious amount of ants in my pants :) So sue me. The plus side of the fire? My bottom is never cold....

1. Prologue

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I found the note, it said it all. She left me for him, and there was nothing I could do. I didn’t even know where they had gone! Where could he have taken her?

Why am I thinking these things? It’s not like she wanted me. If she did, she would have stayed. I knew it was too good to be true. She’s perfect, an angel. How could she ever love a monster like me?

Everyone was worried, I knew they were. Both families were furious with her. Most wanted to find her just so they could shout at her, and maybe even trying to knock some sense into her. What's the difference? She left all of us sure, but the note was specifically directed at one person, not a group. Me.

Everything around me was dark. There were only the four walls and cold floor as company for me now. I don’t know what I could have been thinking! How could I have been so stupid?

I really wish I had my cell phone on me, but who would I call? No one would want to help me after what I had done. I hurt them all, the people I love most, and now I was paying for my betrayal.

There were no windows in my cell, and there was no chance of escape. I was held here against my will, with no hope or communication with the outside world. I can’t make anything right again, even if I do get out. I’ve ruined everything. This is all my fault. I've broken so much. I was such a fool.

I've always thought that I was so clever and careful, but here in my little prison, it shows that I'm just the opposite. I'm brainless and reckless. Why wasn’t I able to think clearly before? I should have seen that something was wrong.