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What if Carlisle's history was different? What if Carlisle had had a twin sister, and he didn't know that she was still alive? And how will this affect Edward and Bella's relationship? But, most importantly, Forks' Hospital better make room because another Dr. Cullen is coming to town. *Time setting: In between Twilight and New Moon.* Stephanie Meyer owns all things Twilight in this story!

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1. Chapter 1-Appearances

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Another town, another hospital, another job, another year as a vegetarian vampire. I’m all alone in search of nothing, because there is nothing to be found. Being immortal can get really old. Especially 362 years of it.

I thought this aimlessly, as I hung up the phone. I had just gotten the phone call from Forks’ Hospital with which they gave me a job offering and of course I’d accepted.

The only point to living was the joy in saving human lives, it gave me hope that maybe there was something left for me in this world after all. I knew that deep down wherever he was, in whatever afterlife he had been summoned to that my brother would be proud.

I don’t think anyone would be all that happy if they were to discover that there twin sister was a vampire, but my brother had always supported me from what I can remember anyways, all of my human memories were extremely foggy.

I climbed into my black Audi and headed towards my new house, in the town of Forks, Washington. I had spent a good month researching this area and had found an old abandoned cabin just outside of the town and got to work, now the cabin was very comforting and modern.

In the front room there was a cozy fireplace and a coach. I redid one of the 3 bedrooms into a study/library to hold my large collections of books. The rest of the house was casual and modern.

Forks seemed like the perfect place, from what I had found out it seemed to be under nearly constant cloud-cover and rainfall. Absolutely perfect for a vampire like me. Tomorrow would be my first day as the new gossip and doctor of Forks’ small hospital. I was eager to meet this other doctor that they all admired so much but when I asked they said that he was going to be working the nightshift and that I could stop in his office when my shift was done.

I spent the rest of the night reading and finishing the little bit of unpacking there was left to do, and I went out for a quick hunting excursion and took down two small mule deer. In the morning I got dressed for work in a waist high, knee length skirt, a royal blue button-up shirt and black stiletto heels. I pulled my waist length golden blond hair half-back in a simple barette.

Once I was ready, I got in my car and drove to the hospital. I went straight to my office once I had arrived at the hospital to grab my doctor’s coat and name badge.

I found out once they called me for the interview that there was another doctor here who had the same last name as I did. So now there would be two Dr. Cullens. It was a moment when I wished that my power of seeing people’s pasts, could work on humans two so I would know what this other Dr. Cullen was like. But, since my power didn’t work like that I had no idea what to expect. A soft knock at my door pulled me from my thoughts.

“Come in,” I called softly. I watched as the door opened and a shorter black-haired female nurse walked in.

“ There’s a patient in room 3 who needs stitches for a hand laceration,” she said a little too loudly, in her rough voice. But, of course, all human voices sounded rough too me.

“Alright, thank you,” I said simply as I walked out of my office with her right behind me. As I walked in the room, I could see that the patient was a male approximately 20.

“Hello, I’m Dr. Cullen, what seems to be your problem, sir?” I asked as I sat in the doctor’s chair by the bed.

“Well, hi, apparently I need stitches,” the patient said as he stuck his hand out and I saw the 3-inch laceration across his palm. I grabbed the tools I needed and got to work, I didn’t really need to worry about precision, I am a vampire after all.

“ You look a lot like the other Dr. Cullen who works here,” he started. This fact surprised me a little I doubted that I could look anything like another human. How odd. I noticed as he very obviously “checked me out” as most people call it.

“Really?” I asked, getting curious.

“Yeah, he has the same hair color, the pale skin, even his eyes are similar to yours, I’m beginning to wonder if your siblings or something,” the patient said in disbelief. I took one quick glance at his face and saw that he was totally serious.

“Oh, I highly doubt that,” I said trying to convince him. Although, I was now very curious as to the possibility of there being another vampire in this same town that was a doctor as well as I was. I was now finished with the stitches.

“You can go to the reception area and they’ll set up an appointment for you to come back and get those stitches taken out,” I said directing him to the receptionist. And just like that I walked off.

The rest of my shift passed by in the similar fashion of everyone commenting on my appearance and its similarities to the other Dr. Cullen. I just nodded politely and told them that I didn’t have any siblings. Which I knew was partially true.

An hour from the end of my shift, a nurse told me that the other Dr. Cullen had just arrived and that he was in his office. I thanked her and headed swiftly in that direction. I knocked on the door twice.

“Come in,” said the inhumanly smooth voice that must have belonged to the famous Dr. Cullen. I opened the door and was suddenly taken by a vision of a past that was way to familiar.

It was exactly like mine except for one difference it was from his point of view. It was unbelievable and impossible, yet it was true. After all these years… there was no way, I should have known. I pulled myself out before I saw even half of it. As soon as I saw the golden-hair and golden eyes, I knew it, though I barely believed it.

“Carlisle?” I breathed.