Summer Camp Counselors
Bella's friends convince her to be a camp counselor this summer. What happens when she is sharing a cabin with the handsome, Edward Cullen? Emotions and hormones mix with attraction and friendships. Lemons. All Human. B/E
1. Camp Cooper
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I was just about finished packing for camp. I had about two weeks worth of clothing. I couldn’t have needed more than that. Right? Obviously, Rose and Alice didn’t think so.
“Bella, ten weeks, we are going to be gone for ten weeks! Ten!” Alice screamed when she saw my luggage. She and Rosalie then dragged me upstairs and Alice and Rosalie stuffed my entire wardrobe into the suitcase. Then, Rose went to the car and came back with another suitcase. They put everything I owned in them. They also told me they bought me clothes too.
“Seriously guys, what am I gonna need all my clothes for?” I asked. Seriously? Whom was I trying to impress?
“Bella, there are a lot of guy counselors at this camp. How do you think we met Jasper and Emmett?” Alice responded.
Jasper was Alice’s boyfriend and Emmett was Rosalie’s boyfriend. I haven’t met them. Apparently, Rose and Alice started working here three years ago and fell in love with Jasper and Emmett. From what I heard, Camp Cooper was fun. We put my entire luggage into the back of the car and started driving to the airport.
“Emmett told me his brother joined this year, too. Maybe he’ll be cute and you two will fall in love,” Rosalie giggled.
It wasn’t that bad to be single. It wasn’t that bad to be eighteen and never kissed yet. Was it?
“Oh my god Rose. We need to hook them up!” Alice yelled, completely serious.
She kept blabbing and I tuned her out to check out the scenery. I probably would spend a lot of time with Emmett’s brother. His brother was dating my best friend and Jasper was Emmett’s best friend, so it would be the six of us. We got to the airport and got our entire luggage out. I don’t know how we got them out. There were three full sized suitcases for each of us, which I assumed would be difficult to fit into the small trunk.
We got on our flight and for some strange reason, I felt like this summer was going to be fun, interesting and a lot different.
This bus stinks badly. It smelled like a public bathroom. We had been on here for an hour, on a piece of crap bus, which was most likely going to break down in two miles. You’d think with the full hour we’ve been here, we would have gotten used to the smell, but no!
“I hate you Emmett!” I snapped at him as I punched his shoulder. It was his fault! He’s the one that decided to take a bus.
“’Let’s take a bus,’ you said. ‘It’ll be fun,’ you said. You didn’t say that it would smell like ass!” I punched him again.
“What? I thought it would give us a better camp experience. This is my last year, your first and this time, I wanted to do it the good old poor people way,” he finished with a smile.
What the fuck? Idiot.
“Well, we aren’t poor Emmett! We grew up in a fucking mansion. We got a hundred dollars a week for sitting around on our asses all day. We could have gotten a private jet.” I am not usually this rude, but this is my brother and I am pissed!
“Whatever little bro,” Emmett laughed. I can’t believe he’s making a joke out of this.
Then I heard buzzing from Emmett’s phone. He picked it out of his pocket and looked at the ID. His face lit up into a huge smile. Rosalie.
I haven’t met her. Emmett met her at camp. I’ve seen pictures and I have to say she is beautiful, but not my type. She had long blonde hair, natural looking tan, tall, skinny, and blue eyes. I like Brunettes. Besides her and Emmett are crazy in love, and even if I was attracted to her, I couldn’t break that up.
I could hear both sides of the conversation because Emmett had his volume so high.
“Hey baby. We just landed.” I heard Rosalie’s voice on the other end.
“Yeah, we should be at camp in about an hour or so. Did you get there yet?”
“Well, umm…well funny thing…umm,” I couldn’t hide my smile. Rosalie wore the pants in their relationship, and I’m sure if she were at Camp Cooper alone waiting for Emmett, she would be livid. Emmett glared at me and I laughed at how Rosalie will chew him out for this bus stunt.
“Well, babe, we kind of took a bus and it goes slow. We might be there about an hour or so after you do.” He said cautiously.
“What!?” I wasn’t wrong about the pants or her being pissed. “What the fuck are you doing on a damn bus?”
I listened as Emmett pathetically explained how he wanted to enjoy his last year and he needed to take it slow, savoring his last moments and all that crap. I laughed because I thought Rose would flip out on him for making a lame ass excuse like that.
“Aw, Emmett that’s so sweet! I’m sorry I got so mad it’s just that I wanted to see you as soon as I can and all. But that’s sweet,” she apologized. It shocked me. Rosalie never apologized.
Emmett has told me all about Rose for the past three years so I thought I knew her pretty well. Guess I actually have to meet her to know her.
“Thanks babe! Tell Alice that Jasper decided to take a plane and he texted me a while ago saying he was already there.” Lucky bastard, I thought.
“Alright baby. Is Edward with you?” she asked.
“Yup, Dickwards right here,” Emmett laughed. I glared at him and he stopped, but not before I punched his shoulder again.
“Great. I want to meet him. I want him and the gang to meet Bella too,” she said.
Bella? Who was that? Emmett never told me about her, must be her friend or something. That was a nice name though, Bella, beautiful.
“I can’t wait to meet her. And make fun of her for being such a klutz!” he laughed.
“Guess what?” I heard Rosalie’s voice ask.
“Alice wants to hook Bella and Edward up!” She yelled.
My mouth dropped in shock. What? Alice was Rosalie’s friend and Jasper’s girlfriend from Camp Cooper and I’ve seen pictures of her too. Jasper was like a second brother to me. She was short, with spiky black hair and a small face with green eyes. She was cute, but I didn’t want her like that.
Why was she trying to hook me up with this Bella person? I was angry, embarrassed, upset; I don’t even know what other emotions were going through me. I haven’t even met any of the girls yet and already they’re trying to hook me up.
I grabbed the phone from Emmett before he could answer.
“No, I’m not interested!” I yelled, and then realized this is the first time I talked to Rosalie directly, and I was being rude. “I’ll meet you later…Sorry, I’m not usually a dick but…no!” I hung up.
“Dude, WTF?” I rolled my eyes at Emmett’s acronym. This was not a text message.
“I’m not interested.” I turned and looked out the window. He sighed.
“Look, first of all you haven’t even met her. I’ve heard a lot from Rose and she would be good for you. You’ve never had a serious relationship. But if not, there’s plenty of other hotties at camp,” he said.
“I’m not hooking up with a random girl Emmett.” I was a virgin and he knew that.
He made fun of me for it, but I’m sorry, I am just waiting for the right girl. Is there something wrong with that?
“You’ll hook up with somebody. Trust me. And I bet it’ll be Bella,” he said excitedly.
“Bet I won’t,” I whispered.
I then closed my eyes in regret of the words that just came out of my mouth. Damn it! Why did I have to say anything about a bet. If there was one thing Emmett could not turn down, it was a bet.
“Well my brother, what do you want to bet?” I knew this would be bad. Emmett and bets did not equal good. I decided to humor him.
“Two hundred,” I said. He scoffed.
“Don’t try that trick. How about five thousand dollars? “I bet that you and Bella have sex before the Camp Counselor Farewell Picnic”
I could do that. Seriously, even if this Bella were a girl I could fall in love with, I would not have sex with her until it was right. However, this was easy money. We Cullens were extremely wealthy from our mothers design business and our father being CEO of Cullen Hospitals, so 5,000 to us were like a few dollars.
We were silent the rest of the way, but for some reason, one side of me had a bad feeling that something was going to go wrong, while another side felt that this was going to be an exciting summer.