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Nowhere

Summary:
This is the sequel to my story "Somewhere." you have to read that first to understand the plot because this goes off of that one's epilogue. Somewhere's epilogue can be read seperately from the rest of the story, but there still are minor references in Nowhere to it's predecessor. Edward and Bella are finally together again and getting ready for their wedding. all is well until they go to tell Charlie. Charlie has fallen asleep on the couch and on the news is something that will change their lives forever. now they must run. this time not to find each other, but to escape the danger ahead for them. Places to hide are scarce, even in such a large world, especially with a tracker. Meanwhile, the city of Forks is just finding out about the mysterious news...


Notes:
in this story, Bella and Edward will once again start running around the world, but with more events and to farther places. but this time, they will have somebody else with them. this story might not go the way you think. =] Disclaimer: I do not own anything to do with Twilight.


2. Change of Plan

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Bella’s POV

There, being broadcast on national television was a picture. A picture that could kill me and those that I love.

It was in front of that wedding chapel we had tried to go into. Behind us was a couple, smiling, ready to take a picture after their marriage. In front of them were three people, running, clearly at an impossible speed. Not only that, the three of them had a magnificent sparkle to their skin, like diamonds. The three people were none other than Edward, Alice, and I.

Edward and I gasped in unison. Edward tried to pull me out of the house, but I had to do something first. I couldn’t risk Charlie seeing this. He would probably see it later on, but hopefully we would be able to stop it before anything else could be reported about it.

I ran up to the TV to change the channel.

“What are you doing Bella? We have to get out of here!” Edward shouted. I heard Charlie stir behind me; Edward’s shouting must have woken him up.

“Now you’ve done it!” I yelled under my breath. I ran up to him, grabbed his hand, and started to pull him out the door when I heard a voice behind me.

“Bells?”

I stopped in my tracks, forcing Edward to stop with me.

“What is he doing here?!” Charlie yelled. I heard him get up from his spot on the couch and start to come closer.

“Well…you see…Dad…” I started, turning towards him just slightly; he was now glaring at Edward. I said the rest very quickly, hoping he wouldn’t catch it all. “IskippedcollegetogofindEdwardandnowwe’regettingmarriedbye!”(I skipped college to go find Edward and now we’re getting married, bye!) I headed for the door, having to go at human speed.

“WHAT?!?!” Charlie started to headed towards us, but we were all ready half way to the car. He chased after us, yelling the whole way. “ISABELLA SWAN YOU GET BACK HERE RIGHT NOW!”

I couldn’t do this to my father; I stopped. He came up behind me, and I turned around, taking Edward with me. I made sure to keep my head down so that he would not see my red eyes. I wonder how I could’ve forgotten to put those contacts Alice had bought me on.

“What are you doing?” Edward whispered, too low for human ears.

“I can’t leave like this.” I whispered back.

Charlie was completely unaware of our conversation as he spoke. “Bella, what were you talking about back there? What do you mean skipped out on college?”

“Well, I couldn’t stand it anymore, so I got on a plane and went out to find Edward.” Edward took my hand out of his and snaked his arm around my waist, pulling me closer. Charlie stared at his arm and brought his face up to glare at Edward again.

“You.” Charlie narrowed his eyes. “Get away from her!”

Edward remained calm, not seeming affected at all by my father’s anger. “Charlie, I will not make the same mistake again; I’m here to stay. We’re getting married sir.” Charlie’s eyes widened and his jaw dropped as he took in the news. “Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have to go.” Edward opened my door for me. He went to the other side as I stepped in.

“No! You can’t! Bells, please don’t do this! You’re only nineteen!” Charlie pleaded.

“It’s too late, Dad. I’m sorry.” I smiled, trying to cheer him up; even though I knew there was no way that he would ever be happy about this.

Edward started the car and drove away from my old house, away from my father. I waved goodbye to him, as he slowly went out of sight, if I could’ve cried, I would have. I might never see him again.

I turned back to Edward who was now gripping the steering wheel as tight as he could without breaking it and driving at a dangerous speed down the highway.

“What are we going to do about this?” I asked my angry fiancé. His grip on the steering wheel loosened slightly at the sound of my voice.

“I don’t know. The Volturi will be after us very soon. We have to leave. How could Alice not have seen this?!”

“You said it yourself before we left,” I reminded him. “She’s too immersed in wedding plans to see anything else.”

We pulled up to the house and ran through the front door and up the stairs to see Alice; this involved her too. She was sitting in the floor, looking through a bridal magazine when we walked in, surrounded by other supplies to prepare for the wedding. We trudged through everything to the middle where the little pixie sat.

“Alice,” I started. “We need to leave.”

“Oh Bella, what do you think of this?” She held up the magazine to me, making sure Edward couldn’t see.

“Alice, we need to leave.” I said again.

“What? Why?” Her eyes glazed over as soon as she finished speaking. She was in her trance for a few minutes before she came back to reality. She flew to her feet, and ran out of the room.

Where could she be going?