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For the Love of Renesmee

Summary:
Teenage Nessie Bella and Edward return to Isle Esme for their second honeymoon, leaving Renesmee back in Forks all alone with Jacob. Bella wants to tell Charlie and Renee what she, the Cullens, and Renesmee are, but Edward is dead set against it. Will Bella go against Edward's wishes about keeping quiet at the cost of changing her parents? And can Edward control himself around Jacob? Slightly OOC. Not much though. Slightly AU. Some Lemons. A little graphic in later chapters. I made the banner. So, I've been thinking about writing a series out of this story, so I need your opinion. Tell me in a review if you think that I should continue with it or not.


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14. Unexpected Visitors

Rating 5/5   Word Count 793   Review this Chapter

Renesmee's POV

I started to cry. I couldn't believe that I had only been a part of this world for a few years and I would already be getting to share it with a part of myself. My tears weren't of saddness, but a mixture of happiness and disbelief.

"I need to make a quick call," Alice announced stepping out of the room.

Five minutes later, Alice came back into the room, putting ger cell phone back into her purse. "Sorry about that," she said to everyone. "Nessie, Nahuel is coming to see you tomorrow."

"So that's who you were calling," Esme said.

"And Jasper, too," Alice added. "I thought I would let him know what's going on. He said that he wasn't going to come up. He still flips out when there are too many humans around."

"At least he's thinking of thoers," Carlisle said. "That's a major improvement on his part."

"Nahuel is never going to believe this," I said to my mom.

"Why not, sweetie?" she asked me.

"He told me that I couldn't possibly get pregnant. He said he'd never gotten a girl pregnant before."

Night was falling fast. I watched the stars twinkle into exhistance. It was a rare thing to see the starts in Forks as it was always so cloudy and rainy at night.

Everyone decided that they needed to leave and let me rest because I was the only one who actually needed sleep.

I was kind of glad and glum at the same time when everyone (except Carlisle) went home because I didn't think I could take another minute of my family talking about me having sex.

On the other hand, I was alone. No one was here for me to confide in. There was no shoulder for me to cry on. I just decied to curl up into a ball and sleep.

The sun burst bright and warm through the window the next morning. I had to blink a few times to get used to the brightness of the sunlight on the white walls. There was someone standing by the window, but I couldn't make heads nor tails of who it could be; they looked like a shadow standing there because of the bright light flooding in through the window.

Then they spoke. That familiar voice rang out through the silence, and I was shocked to hear it.

"Wake up, sleepy head!"

It was Jake. And he wasn't dead. He was standing there before me, as solid as ever. My heart started beating out of control, making the heart monitor's beeps go berserk.

"Nessie! Are you alright?" Carlisle said, bursting into the room, but stopping abruptly at the sight of Jake standing there grinning. "Jake! What the hell are you doing here? I thought you were dead!"

"Not exactly," Jake said, grinning wider still. "You see, when Edward ripped my head off and threw me in the woods, Sam was hiding near by and he saved my life."

I could see a thin scar on his neck that looked as if it wrapped all the way around. I couldn't believe my Jacob was here, here standing there like getting his head ripped off was an everyday thing.

"This is impossible!" I sighed. "Completely and utterly IMPOSSIBLE!"

"But the good thing is is that you're alive and Edward isn't going to go to jail for murder," Carlisle said, clearly not believing that Jake was here either. "So, have you heard?" Carlisle asked Jake.

"Heard what?" Jake asked him.

"Nessie's pregnant!" Carlisle exclaimed.

"Can I see the ultrasound pictures?" I asked Carlisle.

"Certainly," said Carlisle, handing the pictures to me.

And there, as plain as day, were two babies. They looked like they were smiling, and there was no mistaking who the father was. Both of them looked like Jake, and I was happy. Even better still, I saw that one was a boy and one was a girl. Tears of joy began falling down Jake's face. I looked at him and started laughing. He leaned down and kissed me gently, something that I didn't realized I had missed.

"Carlisle," I said, breaking away from Jake, "can you call Nahuel? And tell him that I don't want to see him anymore."

Carlisle left the room in a hurry. Jake walked over and shut the door, along with the blinds to the window. The sudden darkness made my eyes hurt for a second, but then I adjusted to the light.

I looked at Jake, taking in every single feature. I still couldn't believe that he was here, and that he's all mine.