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soul stealing kiss

What if when Bella met Edward she wasn't human? What if she was older than him but he didn't know? What if they could never kiss or one would die? What if Bella knew everything before the first day was over? Bella makes everything complicated.

Hope you like this. I made this because I had the idea for awhile. Give me input please.

3. Questions

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She walked to the door and stepped outside looking around. She turned around gave me a hug then turned toward the school.

Right before she was out of earshot I yelled, "And Alice, don't let Edward go to Alaska."

Then I turned and went straight to my room and layed down on the bed, drifting asleep.


When I woke up, it was because I smelled smoke. My eyes flew open as I ran down the stairs to the kitchen.

When I reached the last step, there was smoke everywhere. I ran staight for the stove and turned it off.

Coughing, I opened a window and let all the smoke out.

When I turned around, I saw Charlie laying on the ground, not breathing.

"Dad!" I yelled as I dropped to my knees next to him. I started to try to get him to breath while says, "Don't do this me Dad. You promished me you wouldn't let this happen again."

I pushed down, one last time, hard and he started coughing.

By now I was already crying. The thought of losing him was too much for me to take. I had already lost my mom for good, I didn't want to lose my dad too.

"I'm sorry Bells. I did promise I wouldn't let myself almost die, didn't I?"

"Yes you did. You almost scared me to death."

"You and I both know thats not possible."

"It's a figure of speech." I said pulling him into a hug. "What were you doing? There was smoke all over the house."

"I was trying to cook you dinner."

"Oh. Well you could have asked Elizabeth to help you."

"I actually forgot she was here."

"How? She has been with us for almost as long as we've had this curse."

"I know. It's just sometimes she is so silent that I forget she's here. Or that she's at the cemetary."

"Elizabeth!" I yelled.

"Yes?" A female voice asked.

I turned around to see Elizabeth walking down the stairs. She knew she didn't need to walk, but she liked to. She has ever since I found her in Chicago in 1923.

"What happened in here?" She asked, alarmed.

"Charlie tried to cook." I stated simply.

"Why? He knows he cant cook, without help. No offense."

"He forgot you were here."


"Why didn't you come down when there was smoke?"

"I didn't know. I was outside trying to not get caught."

"Get caught? How would you get caught?"

"There was someone in your tree."

"There was someone outside my room. Why am I hearing about this now?"

"Because I couldn't get to you while you were sleeping. He didn't leave until you had run downstairs."

"Wait... He?"

"Yes. It was definently male."

"How would you have gotten caught? You know that nobody can see you unless they're family."

"You can see me."

"It's part of the curse. You know that. I'll still see you if I ever get rid of it. You're like my real mother." I was on the edge of crying.

"I know. Calm down, don't cry. You know I hate seeing you cry."

"I know." I wiped away the tears.

"I didn't tell you everything."

"What do you mean?"

"I didn't tell you everything that happened after I died and before we met."

"What did you leave out?"

"One person, I had never met, saw me while I crying over losing my son."


"I don't know. But I've been careful around other people."

"Have you been caught since then?"

"Exept by you, no. I've been right in front of someone and they didn't see me."

"Okay. Why didn't you come after he was gone."

"There was something about him that made me stop. He just looked familiar."

"How can he look familiar? The only person that's still alive that you knew, is your son that I've been looking for ever since I met you."

"I know. It was just something about him."

"Okay. Look I'm going to cook dinner, then I'm going to bed after."

"Okay. I'll keep an eye out incase he comes back."

"You don't need to do that. Why don't you go to the cemetary and find out more about the people here?"

"Okay." She said as she faded out of the kitchen.

I started making some meatloaf and potatoes. After it was done cooking, I added the few finishing touches.

Charlie and I ate in silence for a few minutes. He asked me if I made any friends and what I found out about the people at school.

I told him that I had made some friends. I also told him I only slipped up on the office assistant.

"Who was it I smelled in the living room?" He asked abruptly.

"What?" I asked ineccently.

"Who was in the living room?"

"Oh. You caught that?"

"Yes. Who?" He pressed.

"Alice Cullen." I mumbled.


"Alice Cullen." I said louder.


"I talked with her."



"If it was nothing then why did you bring her here?"

"I needed to talk with her alone."

"Why here?"

"It was the first place that came to mind."

He didn't looked convinced, but he dropped it.

After the dishes were washed and put away, I went up to my room. I grabbed my night clothes and went to go take a shower.

After I took a shower and got dressed, I went back into my room.

I thought about what was going to happen in this town.

So many questions were in my head at once:

Why was Edward so famliar?

Why was Angela?

How will vampires complicate things?

How will I tell Charie?

What made Elizabeth stop?

As I walked into my room, all the questions were replaced by one.

Why was someone in the tree?

I walked over to my bed and layed down.

After a while, I felt like I was being watched. I looked over at my window, and saw the branches move slightly.

I walked over to my window and opened it, smelling the air around the tree.

Shaking my head, I whispered, "Edward."