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Beautiful Voice

Summary:
AGE: TEEN/ EVERYONE (again not supposed to be for adults although adults may read this) What if Bella wasnt just a klutz but a girl with a voice. what if her long time dream was to become famous and share her voice with the world. What if Bella didnt handle the breakup with Edward like someone had died but a regular teenage breakup. What would happen?? What if bella met someone new? I mean shes got them popping up EVERYWHERE! Oh, but wait theres a TWIST!! You have to read to see what it is. Remember this is only just the beginning Bella/ Luis, Edward, Jacob, or ??????(Unknown or more like unknowns) who will be the lucky guy to fully win bellas heart. My wonderful banner made by eternitys_Charms!!New Chapter is HERE!!!!!!!!!!Thanks to all of those who have reviewed!! you push me to keep updating.Warning: There is a lot of drama


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34. Twix causes A lot of Trouble

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When we arrived back at the Forks Airport, my life seemed a whole heck of a lot less complicated. Mana squeezed my hand and I looked up at him. His eyes were dark brown, drowning me in their dark whirlpools. I was memorized. He made me forget about my mom, Edward, Alice, Jacob, and most importantly Jared. My body and soul was overcome with guilt and betrayal. I had declared my love for two other people besides him. My body trembled. Mana squeezed my hand again. As if he knew I needed comfort. Just then Luis, Derek, and Spencer appeared from behind us. Bickering of course.

“No I get to have the Twix!” Derek exclaimed.

“No I get it. I got it from the machine!” Spencer replied back, snatching the Twix from Derek’s hand.

“I get it. I gave you the dollar to buy it.” Luis said taking the Twix from Spencer. That’s when they started arguing and fighting over a Twix.

I looked at Mana and we both started to laugh. I let go of Mana’s hand and headed towards the boys. I held out my hand, tapped my right foot, and gave them a stern look.

“Give it, now.” I said, feeling like their mother. Sometimes I think they thought of me as their mother. They all grumbled and handed me a deformed Twix. I sighed.

“You guys are seriously fighting over one Twix?” I said tired. They all gave me a sad, innocent look. I turned from them and headed towards the trash to throw away the Twix. When I threw it away I heard the boys silent protest. I looked at Mana and saw him chuckling. I shook my head and laughed a little. “Come on guys lets get going. We have school tomorrow.”

With that the boys groaned.

“I knew coming back to school would be more stress then fun.” Spencer said. I rolled my eyes.

“Lets go. I have a funeral to plan for.” I said ending the sentence with tears. The boys quieted and tried to comfort me in their own way. Finally we headed towards our cars. As we all headed into our own cars I headed into the hummer by myself. I needed time to think. And although Mana would’ve brought me great comfort he also would’ve filled my head with overwhelming emotions and made me to weak to be strong when I needed to be strong the most. I needed to go and deal with the one person I thought I would’ve never hurt. The one person who gave me his heart fully, knowing the consequences I came with. I was going to clean up the mess I left. I didn’t tell Mana and the rest of the guys where I was going. I just told them I was going home to comfort my dads breaking heart. As I left the airport I waved a small wave at them as they were loading the other truck. Mana gave me an encouraging smile. My body relaxed a little. As I got on to the wet and slippery high way my thoughts started to drift and numb me.

What was I going to do? What was I going to say? Did he know I didn’t love him anymore? Did he feel the same way as I did? The desire I had to be with him when we were imprinted was gone. I didn’t feel anything for him but guilt. Would he hate me? Before I knew where I was, I was at first beach. I had a feeling that not only Jared but everyone was here. I smelled the air and smelt smoke. I headed in that direction. Tears were trying to escape my eyes and my heart was beating insanely fast. When I approached the bon fire, I was shocked to the core as to what I saw. Everyone turned toward me, eyes wide, and voice instantly silent.