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Love And Insanity

Summary:
Bella jokingly asks Edward to do something for her, he takes her seroiusly and because he loves her so much, he does it, and the repercussions are worse then either of them could have ever imagined. We got the idea for this story after listening to "The Way I Loved You" By Taylor Swift.


Notes:
I co-wrote this story with my best friend, Abby, and since she doesn't have a fanfic account, she asked me to post it for her, so I can't take all the credit for this story, just most of it! Just kidding! Enjoy!


3. Chapter III

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Charlie's blood covered my face. As I tasted it in my mouth, I knew that my life, my love, my everything was crumbling to pieces. As I turned back to the boat, I realized that Billy had seen the entire thing. His face went white; he looked as though I had attacked him instead of Charlie. Charlie's limp, lifeless body slumped over the side of the boat and he fell in the cold water.

Billy began to paddle the boat at high-speed. I had to catch him and make sure he didn't tell anyone anything. I realized he was paddling away from the shore. This was very odd; didn't he know that vampires' strength was in the water because we didn't have to breathe? Then, I realized what he was doing; he was going to La Push beach, where I couldn't do anything to him without breaking the treaty. We were going to have to move, all of us, and we had only been here a few years. What was I going to do?

One Month Later

Bella's P.O.V.

"Bella!"

"Go away."

"Bella please listen to me!"

"Not interested."

"Please come back here."

"I'm not going to listen to you so forget, don't waste your breathe!" I spat at him.

I was at the Cullen's visiting Alice to tell her that I was moving to Jacksonville with Renee'. Alice had left the room for one second and Edward had tried to chase me. I opened the front door and yelled back to Alice, wherever she was.

"Alice, I'm leaving!" I closed the front door and heard it re-open and saw Edward walk out. He tried to grab my arm but I pulled away. He jumped in front of me so I couldn't get to my car.

"I'm not moving until you talk to me."

"Can't you just leave me alone? I'm not interested in an apology." I said, beginning to cry.

He moved away from my car. "Bella, I..." I ran and got in my car and drove off. I wasn't sure where I was going, but there was something soothing about driving in my truck with the rain beating down on the windows. I turned the radio up as loud as it could go and let the tears flood down my face like the rain outside. I reached my destination, even though I didn't mean to, some part of my brain had driven my car to Jacob's house.

As I slammed my door I heard Jacob running to the front of the house, he had been in the garage; he knew the sound of the truck's engine.

"Hey Bells, what's wrong, you look really bad. No offense!"

"Thanks Jake, why don't you just boost my confidence a little more?"

"I said no offense," he joked.

I snorted and hugged him. It felt good to be in the arms of my best friend again. He led me through the house back to the garage where he was working on his Volkswagen Rabbit.

"I have it working now; want to go for a ride?" He asked me.

"Sure, I'd love to."

He opened my door and I climbed in. He put his key in the ignition and the car roared to life. We drove out of the garage into the rain; he headed toward the La Push cliffs. He parked the car and handed me an umbrella. We walked to the edge of the cliff and looked down at the waves crashing into one another below us.

"Jake," I began, I knew I had to tell him, and there was no easy to say it, but he had to know. "Jake, I'm going back to Jacksonville next week." His face was so sad and his eyes drooped.

"Well, then we are going to have to make the most of the little time we have left." I was confused for a moment, but then I understood. His lips found mine, and we just stood there, kissing in the rain, and for the first time in a month, I was happy again.