Forbidden loves rise
What would have happened if the Cullens had never moved to Forks? The Cullens are starting a new life in England where a pack of shapeshifters happen to live. The families hate each other, but what happens whenEdward starts to fall for one of them? Will love conquer all? Romeo and Juliet style.
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The rest of the day was perfectly normal. I didn’t see any other Cullen’s in or in between lessons. At lunch , I was stood behind Aimee and her friends in the lunch queue. She turned around and smiled.
“Hey Amber. Do you want to sit with us for lunch?” She asked. I was about to reply when I saw them. The Cullen’s. There were five of them all together. I immediately saw Edward and Alice from their strange shades of hair. I looked at the others in turn. The first was a lean muscular guy with blonde hair, who was holding hands with Alice. Over Tec, I had heard that all the Cullen’s were adopted, so I’m sure that was legal. He had the same butter scotch coloured eyes as Alice and Edward. Come to think of it, they all had the same colour eyes, although they were adopted. Strange. He also had beautiful features like the other two. The next guy was huge! If I thought the blonde guy was pretty muscular, I was clearly mistaken next to this guy. He had curly brown hair, and, although he was almost twice the size as the others, his every movement was just as graceful as his family’s. His arm was around a girl who made my self-esteem hit an all time low. I had always been pleased with my appearance; blonde hair, sparkly green eyes and cute little freckles. But this girl was simply stunning. Her blonde, shiny hair hung round her waist, framing her face. She too had perfect features. I suddenly felt the urge to run away. She was too perfect. All of them were too perfect.
“Amber? Hello?” Aimee tapped my shoulder. I came back to earth.
“Oh, sorry.” She looked in the direction I was just looking and smiled.
“They’re too perfect aren’t they?” She said. I nodded. “So are you going to sit with us at lunch?” She asked again. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a small white figure jumping up and down manically. I turned to see Alice grinning at me from the other end of the cafeteria and beckoning me to their table.
“Does she mean you?” One of Aimee’s friends asked rather rudely. Aimee sent her a disapproving glare.
“Oh.” I said. “Thanks for the offer Aimee but I suppose I’m sitting with Alice over there.” I couldn’t help but crack a smile. She grinned and nodded, looking kind of shocked that I was on good terms with the Cullen’s. I walked over to their table, with nearly everyone in the cafeteria watching me. Alice indicated for me to sit next to her and smiled. I smiled and waved shyly.
“Hiya.” I said, try my hardest to avoid eye contact.
“Hi Amber!” Alice grinned and patted the seat next to her again. Edward sent a breath taking crooked grin my direction and I was momentarily lost in the depth of his golden eyes.... Alice giggled and I was pulled back to earth.
“This is Jasper and Emmett,” She said gesturing to the two men “And Rosalie.” She said nodding her head in the direction of the elegant blonde. “You’ve already met Edward.”
“Hi.” I said quietly. “I’m Amber Black.” The blonde suddenly stiffened in her seat and turned her head slowly to reveal a long, harsh glare. The two boys sent a stiff nod in my direction and quickly averted their gaze. Alice seemed completely oblivious to this exchange and just carried on grinning. Edward sent a glare in the direction of his siblings as if to say: Don’t be so rude! I was completely shocked by all this. What have I ever done to Rosalie? I gave Alice a questioning look only to receive an unconvincing shrug. Rosalie rose fluently and stalked out of the cafeteria. She was closely followed by Emmett. Only Alice, Jasper, Edward and I were left. Jasper still looked uncomfortable. He hovered protectively next to Alice, never taking his wary gaze of me. Did they see me as a threat or something? I barely suppressed a shudder as I remembered Rosalie’s glare from a few moments ago. She wasn’t glaring in annoyance. She was glaring in pure hatred. But I had only just met them. How can they hate me already? I shook my head and returned my attention back to Alice, who was talking about what shoes we were going to buy at the weekend. Lunch passed and I said my goodbyes to Alice and Edward, completely forgetting the strange glares I had received from the other Cullen’s. For the rest of the day, I was followed around by whispers about my lunch with the mysterious Cullen’s. I managed to get to my car that afternoon without being attacked by curious by-standers wanting a detailed account on everything. As the engine roared to life, I turned up the stereo loud, trying to drown out the commanding voices in my head. Part of me wanted to really get to know the Cullen’s and become their friend. Yet part of me wanted to run away from them and never look back at my short time with those inhumanly beautiful creatures. I turned up the music louder until the beat pounding in my ears was deafening.