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For the Love of Renesmee

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.


6. Continuation

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Renesmee's POV

As I stormed out of English, I ran straight into Jake.

“Whoa,” he said, grabbing my arms to steady me. “Why are you in such a hurry?”

“I just need to get away from this room so I can tell you something.”

I side – stepped him and ran off away from the class room. I was looking for the room that I had accidentally stumbled into at freshman orientation. It was an extra class room that no one had used in years.

“Okay,” Jake said, shutting the door with a sharp snap behind him. “What do you need to tell me?”

“There’s this guy in my English class –”

“Wait! Did he touch you inappropriately? –“

“No, Jake! It wasn’t anything like that! He wrote me a note when the teacher got done talking. Wait – I think it’s here somewhere…”

I began searching my bags when I suddenly remembered I’d thrown the note back on Justin’s desk when I started yelling at him. I looked around hoping I hadn’t, but Jacob pointed out something lying on the floor by the door.

“Is that what you’re looking for?” he asked me, pointing to a sheet of paper on the floor that was folded in half.

“That is exactly what I am looking for.”

I ran over and picked it up. I wonder how it got there. Maybe Justin followed me out of the class room when I left. God I hope not.

“Renesmee,” I began reading, “Why do you have to go out with that loser Jacob Black? Why not me? I’m soo much better than him at everything. You could dump him. You don’t have to put up with his BS. He’s just trying to get into your pants. He doesn’t even love you like the rest of the guys here at this school. But I love you the most. I know what you are, too. It’s not that hard to figure out. I know your secret. Just look to your left.” I looked up at Jake to see his reaction. I thought that he was going to be furious and faze right then and there. But I was wrong. So, so wrong. He was actually grinning. Almost laughing even.

“What’s so funny?” I asked him.

“Nothing,” he said, trying his hardest not to burst out laughing.

“Just tell me Jake. Please?” I stepped towards him and put my arms around his neck. I batted my eyelashes – something I knew he couldn’t resist.

“He can actually sit there and try to make you believe that I don’t love you after what we did when your parents went on their second honeymoon?”

“And thankfully no one does. Do you know how much trouble I’d be in if my parents found out that we finally had sex after five years of being together? Alice probably knows, but she can’t help it. She’d just see it and then that’s the end of the story.”

“Exactly. But how could he even think that I don’t love you?”

“But do you really want to publicly show him that you do?”

“Of course I do, honey. I love you. But apparently absolutely no one at this God – forsaken school can see that.”

“But how are you going show that you love me?” I asked him with a skeptical look clearly on my face.

“You’ll see.”

Jake turned at walked out of the room just as the bell for second period rang. I hurriedly gathered my books and followed him out the door. I couldn’t wait for lunch. We had some serious discussing to do.

Algebra passed in a thick haze. No wonder everyone fell asleep within the first ten minutes of class. I almost did myself. But thankfully I already knew everything up to calculus, so I could have slept and not had to worry about it.

But I wouldn’t make it to lunch that day. Or my afternoon classes. Because I was taking Jake to my mom and dad’s meadow.