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Forgotten Memories

What if in New Moon Jasper had gotten past Bella causing the transformation to start? The transformation causes her to go into cardiac arrest (heart attack) and die. Edward is broken. Jasper is distraught and in his hate for himself leaves Alice, leaving Carlisle and Esme with now 2 barely existing broken hearted children. Now we fast-forward ninety-eight years. Jasper goes to school where he meets someone who looks remarkably like Bella. Her name? Bella Swan, the catch she can't remember anything at all. Can Bella remember? Will she and Edward get back together? Can Alice forgive Jasper? Will Alice and Jasper get back together? Not a Bella/Jasper, Alice/Edward story I swear on Edward Cullen! Please Read! Forgotten Memories


6. Ummmm... How???

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Jasper's Point of View:

I hate myself. I'm an idiot. Ninety-eight years ago I made the most idiotic move of my existence; leaving Alice. Realizing three months later I realized I had made a very dumb mistake I went back and they were gone. They changed their numbers, didn't tell Denali where they went, and left no note. There is no way for me to contact them no matter how hard I look and try to find them. I tried e-mail but all of their e-mails were canceled. It's almost as if they dropped off the face of the Earth. In attempt to find Alice, I am searching all over all over America. I am worried that Alice did something and can't see visions anymore or killed herself because normally by now she would have seen me and come. Screaming her name out didn't help, either.

Today I am starting at Marquette High School in the upper peninsula of Michigan. My self-control is much better now. Occasionally there are urges to drink human blood but not very often. Hunting almost every week is essential and very helpful.

Ding, ding, ding. First hour English class is about to start now. As the students file in, I scan quickly looking for Alice or someone else that can tell me where she is. No one. Wait. How? Isn't she? I thought I...? I drained her of...? How the heck is she here? She died ninety-eight years ago. Well, I guess she didn't. Is she furious at me? I would be furious at me if I had done that. I am furious at myself but I would be extra mad at me.

"Bella." I called and she whipped her head around. A look of confusion crossed her face. She walked over to where I was sitting, set her books down on the desk next to me and confusedly asked me "Do I know you?"

"Bella, it's me Jasper. Don't you remember?" I asked her back confused. Why doesn't she remember? Add her forgetting her memory of things I'd done to Bella that she didn't deserve.

"No, I know you're a vampire too. I can't remember anything from my human life well, except for..." She trailed off.

"Except for what?" I asked confused. Please oh, please don't let it be I killing her. That would be awful to have the only thing you remember is being killed.

"A face. A perfect face with gold eyes like yours. Bronze messy hair, pale skin, perfect white teeth. I remember the face and that's it. Do you know whom I'm describing? Should I remember you?" She described the person and asked. Bella had perfectly described Edward.

"Yes. I was married to your best friend Alice. It's my fault you're like this. The face is Edward; the ring was his he gave it to you. You were in love with him." I explained her past to her in hopes that maybe she would remember.

"Nope. Doesn't ring a bell. The names seem familiar though. So he was my fiancée?" Bella asked.

"Well, he hadn't proposed yet. The um, incident happened before he could propose. I know you don't remember but I'm so terribly sorry." I apologized the long overdue apology.

"What did you do?" Bella asked worriedly.

"Okay, at your eighteenth birthday party you got a paper cut. I didn't have very good self-control then and I kind of sort of bit you. You went into cardiac arrest and didn't make it. I'm sorry." I explained and apologized again. It took Bella a moment to take it all in. She took a deep breath before responding.

"It's okay, I forgive you, just stop apologizing. Do you know where this Edward is?" Bella forgave me and asked hopefully.

"No, I was a complete utter idiot and left Alice because I was feeling guilty about killing you and when I realized how dumb I was it was too late they had already left." I said and remembered the day I came back. It had been raining very hard that day:

I walked in through the back screen door yelling "Alice, Alice, where are you?" Running all throughout the house, I saw it was empty. No one was anywhere. Quickly I ran to the garage to see if they had gone hunting. Just my car was there. "No, oh no. They cannot have left. No!" I had screamed out as I realized that they had left. All of them. Quickly I pulled out my phone and dialed her number, it disconnected. I tried Carlisle's, Esme's, Emmett's, Rosalie's, and Edward's cell phone. No answer at any one from anyone. Just a voice saying that the number had been disconnected was the only answer that their phones gave me.

Alice is gone and I have no idea where to. Crap.

"Hello anyone home up there?" Bella asked knocking on my head and placing me back to the present.

"Sorry just thinking about the day I went back." I apologized. Wow, Alice was right I really do apologize too much.

"So, I can assume you're looking for her just as I am looking for the man in my memories." She declared using her arms to talk and succeeding in knocking over her books and mine in the process. "Is that something I did in my human years?" Bella laughed as she asked bending over to pick up the books.

"Yes, a lot. That's part of the reason Edward felt such a need to protect you all the time." I explained internally laughing at the memories of her harming herself and others several times in the few short months we knew her.

"Ok, we'll talk after class." Bella whispered as the teacher came in.

Holy crap. I had found the person Edward loved and had a chance at putting the family back together. That shouldn't be too hard, right. After all, I have only been searching for ninety-eight years. Who am I kidding? This is going to be hard.