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Visions

Summary:
Alice's visions are subjective. They can change at the blink of an eye. Most people don't bet against her in fear of losing. But for the sake of a young girl, I pray to God that Alice is wrong. BxE. Vampward. A little OOC. Rated M for later chapters.


Notes:
This story just popped in my head while I was showering and I thought it was interesting. I have never thought of Edward and Bella meeting on different circumstances but here I am writing this. I honestly have no clue where this story is going to take me but I'm really excited. Stay tuned everyone!


1. Prologue

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Prologue

Alice's visions are subjective. She sees the future of a person to whom she feels bonded to. If the person changes their mind about a situation the future, in turn, shifts. Most far-off visions are fuzzy and skewed, whilst the nearer are clear and strong. But the vision that has been plauging my sister recently is something else entirely.

"Do you have any idea who this girl might be?" Carlisle asked, perplexed.

"I told you a billion time, Carlisle. I have no idea." Alice complained, rubbing her temples and pacing.

This vision of a girl -whom know one knows or has encountered- has been the topic of conversation for the past month. Alice has first seen it when night when I was out hunting with Jasper and Emmett in North Cascades. Normally when first seeing a vision they are fuzzy and not well defined but this one had been very strong.

"Then how are you seeing her so clearly? And it's been a month Alice how are you even sure that it hasn't already happened?"

"Because I see the future Carlisle not the past." Alice said in a huff, walking over the leather recliner and plopping down. She folded her slim arms across her chest and sighed. "It has to mean something. I mean, I've never seen the girl before in my existence and I'm seeing the vision islonger and more frequently." She paused, her eyes glazing over. "It has to mean something." She repeated.

I walked over to her and gathered her into my arms. "What do you think it means Al?"

"I don't know but for some odd reason I'm scared for her. I feel connected to her and....I love her."

I paused, my whole body going rigid. "How can you say that when you don't know her?" I pulled her back to looking into her glossy butterscotch eyes. When Alice feels something it is always extreme. Maybe that's why her and Jasper clicked so well, I mused to myself.

"Because I feel it and it's strong. I feel like her sister. I love her." She repeated.

I sighed letting her go and running my fingers through my bronze hair. This pixie can be a mystery sometime albeit I can hear her thoughts. "So what do you propose we do?" I asked with a huff.

"We find her before her future happens." Her voice was full of determination.

"And do what Alice? Hold the girl hostage?" I accused. Really what was she thinking?

"We do whatever we must until the vision passes." She blinked, looking at me like this was the obvious route.

"Alice, we are vampires. She's a human girl. We can not hold her hostage. What about her family? School? Our images." I shook my head at her when she attempted to protest. "How are we supposed to tell people about kidnapping a young girl? 'Well my sister saw a vision about something terrible happening to her so we took her in'" I teased her, a slight smirk on my face. She had to know that what she was proposing was impossible, inconceivable. Even if we could hide the fact that the girl was with us what about her feelings? And how could we hide what we are from her. Our home was the only place we didn't have to hide what we were. Giving that up would not sit well with all the members in our family, especially for a human girl. My face turned serious as I took Alice's slender shoulders in my hands, shaking her lightly. "Think about the girl Alice," I reasoned with her.

"I am thinking about her Edward," she exclaimed, shrugging my arms off her shoulders. "I can see the future Edward. It won't be a problem."

I shook my head disbelieving. "Then how come you cant see when this is going to happen?" She paused and blinked a few times and then her head dropped.

"I-....I don't know..." She trailed off. I took her back into my arms and pressed her lightly against my chest sighing. She could be a handful sometimes.. "We cant just let her die Edward. We cant....I love her." Her voice was defeated.

"What esle can we do Alice...." I looked to Carlisle.

She's right Edward. We can't. I sighed again and pulled her back to look in her face. Studying her features I was sure I wasnt going to win this one. Damn it all.

"Okay, We'll figure something out." She beamed, kissed me on the cheek, and sashayed out the room.

I turned to my father and gave him a bewildered look.

"I don't know either Edward. We just have to trust her."

I nodded my head and walked out of his study. That pixie was going to be the death of me.