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Never the Same

Summary:
Bella is coming into Forks in her senior year of high school, for her mother. Her mother gets sick after a few weeks and Bella must return to her, but little does she know, somebody else is there. somebody she's seen before, but never talked to. somebody who gave her that deja vu feeling on her first day. someone with the strangest colors to their eyes. somebody who truly is a monster.


Notes:
ok, this is gonna start out kinda like Twilight, but notice some differences. the deja vu thing will be explained in the next chapter. I refuse to copy any direct quotes from Twilight. everything I write is written by me and not anyone else. This chapter is the only one that will be this close to the book. all others will be FAR different. it started out as trying to add as many twists and turns as possible into Twilight. but, it turned into so much more. does anybody else know how boring the first few weeks of school are? well, I wrote this absolutely HUGE outline in Core over that time,(aka English and History) and it's developed into an absolutely amazing plot. I can't wait to write it all!=] Disclaimer: I do not own anything to do with Twilight, but.........it's just too irresistable to stop writing about!=]


2. The Girl

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Edward’s POV

I was here, at the airport once again. I’d just gotten off a plane from Alaska where I had been visiting some family friends. Carlisle had been the one to come with me, saying that he hadn’t talked to Eleazar in so long and that he simply had to catch up. And that’s exactly what he did. I never saw him the whole week. The whole time he had been talking to his old friend.

Sometimes I peeked into their minds to see what they could be talking about to occupy them for this long, usually finding something quite boring. More often than not I found myself peeking into their minds to escape Tanya’s. When was she ever going to understand that I do not like her? I’ve never really liked a girl. I’m sure there’s probably someone I had a little crush on as a young human boy, but it wasn’t significant enough for me to actually be able to remember it.

So here we are, standing in line at baggage claim in this dull place, waiting for the slow humans to get their luggage before we can get ours.

I was looking around the large hall of baggage claim belts when I saw her. She was beautiful and the look in her eye was priceless. She looked so loving and caring, but she also looked a bit annoyed at the same time. Her long brown hair slithered down her back, coming to a stop just at her waist. Her glittering chocolate eyes stared at mine for only just a moment, but it was enough to make me fall for her. Her pale skin gave a wonderful accent to her dark eyes and hair.

She looked to be about 14, a year under the age I was pretending to be right now. Then her ear bud pops out of her ear and dangles by her knee. I am able to hear more closely what she is listening through the sounds of the loud and crazy airport. Clair De Lune. Now that was the kind of girl for me.

A hand tapped on her shoulder and she turned her head back to look at the man who I now recognize to be Charlie Swan, police chief of the town of Forks. What’s he doing here?

“Hey Dad, do you see my duffel bag anywhere?” she says.

Uh oh. I had never even dated anybody before, but it was probably not a good idea to start off with the police chief’s daughter. The other side of me argued to the greatest extent, pointing out her beauty, her taste in music, and her personality that was completely evident in those breathtaking eyes.

“Edward! Edward! Come on!” I felt Carlisle’s hand trying to tug my arm with him out of the airport, apparently I had been staring a little long. I hope she didn’t notice.

I grabbed my bag off the badly patterned carpet where Carlisle had put it down and followed him out of the airport.

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4 years later…

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I drove speedily down our driveway with Alice by my side. She’d told me that I should be at school early today, instead of barely getting there on time like I usually did.

I had looked all over her mind the whole morning, trying to figure out why. She had everything planned out so that she never had a spare moment to think about what she’d seen. I was seriously starting to consider throwing her out of the car to stop the torture. Hey! That’s a good idea!

“Alice, can you run to school? I can’t stand this torture anymore.”

“Fine! I guess it would be easier for me too. Bye!” She opened the door and rushed out towards the school. I silently had a little celebration in my head once she was out of my range.

After a few more minutes, I was pulling into the school. I drove into my usual parking spot and got out. Alice came out of hiding a second later and came to stand beside me against the door of my car.

She was still blocking me so I decided to look around the lot for clues. I saw the Chief’s cruiser up near the front with the passenger door just opening. Out stepped the most beautiful girl I had ever seen, and I recognized her as none other than the girl from the airport four years earlier. My eyes widened at the sight. I had no idea I would ever see her again. I had seen around town a few times that one summer, and I always looked around everywhere I went, but I had never once had even gotten a chance to speak to her.

Today, I must speak to her, no matter what it takes. The only problem was, my feet couldn’t move from the spot I was standing in. I wanted to run to her, but I was too frozen in shock to do anything. My eyes were completely fixated on her, and now she was staring right back at me. Had she seen me before? Did she even know who I was?

But after a few moments, she turned away, shattering almost all my hopes. But not all. School was just about to start anyway.

I felt a hand pushing on my back, trying to get me to move to go to class. I was pulled out of the trance and greeted with a smile from my wonderful, yet annoying sister. I was able to move my feet now and they carried me all the way to English class in hopes that she would be there.