Vampires and Werewolves exist...so why not Angels? When Aura Storm comes to LaPush she unveils a great secret hidden for generations. Now with the Volturi following her, her life is becoming more difficult with each passing day. What happens when she imprints on a werewolf in her cousins pack? If I get 10 reviews I'll put up the next chapter
2. Chapter 2
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A scream escaped from my mouth as I spun around to face towards the dark ocean. Time seemed to slow down as I hit the water, face first, pain rocking through my body from the impact. The air was pushed from my lungs as I sunk towards the bottom of the ocean. I couldn’t tell which way was up and which way was down.
Suddenly time seemed to speed up. My head broke free of the surface and I greedily breathed in a needed lungful of air. I was then pushed under again by the swirling waves. It was quiet until my head bobbed up again, met with the sound of thunder and the flash of lightning. I stared at the sky, struggling to stay above the hungry water.
I didn't see the gigantic wave bearing down upon me until it was too late. I was swept against the base of the cliff. I heard a sickening snap as I tried to brace myself with my arm.
The water around me started to have a pink tinge to it. I looked down to see a gaping gash from my knee to my inner thigh. Another wave came and my head crashed against the rock.
I collapsed and the waves swallowed me. Just before my vision went black I felt a warm arm circle around my waist and pull me to the surface.
It had been a hard day. Working patrol for 12 hours then having two hours sleep sure left someone drained. I needed to get out. I left Seth on patrol and ran to first beach. I shifted as I got close to the edge of the tree line.
I wormed my way through the trees easily, stopping just where the trees finished. Ahead of me I could see the bleached white drift wood log I had sat on and told stories to Bella three years ago. I walked over to the log and sat down. I needed to clear my head. Things had been hectic lately.
After the big stand off with the Volturi I had thought things would have settled down on the reservation. But wolves were still turning. Sure not as fast but we had had two change in the last year. The most interesting being Harley. I was definitely surprised when that happened not only because she was a girl but because we had no clue who she got the wolf gene from.
Of course Leah had been happy, finally not being the only girl. Then there was Jeremy. He was Quill's cousin. He had come down from Colorado for the summer break. He and Quill had come over to my house to play video games. He got really pissed off at us because we kept beating him at it. What do you know he turns into a giant wolf in front of us. Sure gave us a fright. It took almost two hours to calm him down enough for him to change back.
But that wasn't the end of our troubles. Not two weeks later the entire pack was down at the beach for a bonfire. A blonde girl walks past in a wetsuit and carrying a surfboard and bipity bopity boo, Jeremy's got himself a freaky wolf claim.
I looked around the beach. It was silent. I stared towards the dark ocean. I could smell a storm coming in the air. Not wanting to be soaked, I stood up and walked along the beach towards the car park. As I was about to head into the car park I heard, with my super-human hearing, a scream echo across the beach.
I turned around to see a small blurry shape plunge into the water at the base of the cliffs. I would have thought it to be someone having fun, other than the fact that they didn't resurface.
Something was definitely wrong. I raced down the beach and dived into the water like a fish. I used long steady stroke. The skies opened and a torrent of rain splashed down into my face. I reach the figure and wrap my arm around it. It is definitely a girl. I swim back to the beach, the girl not hindering me at all. When I reach shallow ground I gently pick the girl up and carry her to the beach.
What do I do? My cell phone was probably ruined from the swim and there was no one else on the beach. I place the girl down on the beach and examine her. She was wearing a yellow summer dress and her hair looked blonde but I couldn’t really tell because it was wet. My eyes were drawn to the large cut on her leg. It looked bad.
I carefully picked the girl up and cradled her to my chest. I jogged back up the beach careful not to jostle her. As I neared the car park, Leah emerged from the trees.
"What are you doing? You were supposed call me and set up a meeting with the pack." She huffed, crossing her arms in front of her. Still the same Leah.
"I was on my way but I heard a scream. I had to help, I couldn't let her drown!" I replied. Leah turned and stalked off, mumbling under her breath.
I continued on my way, walking slowly home. I kicked the door open with my foot and the noise brought my dad out of the kitchen.
"Why are you making such a racket son?" He asked from the doorway as I placed the girl on the sofa and covered her with a blanket.
"She fell from the cliffs so I dived in and saved her." I explained sitting in an armchair and rubbing my hand over my eyes. It had been a long day and I needed to sleep.
"Go, son" Billy said, seeing how tired I was. I looked over to the girl who was sleeping soundly.
"Let her sleep and wake me when she wakes up, okay?" I told him, standing up from the sofa.
He nodded and I left the living room and walked down the hall to my room. My head had barely hit the pillow before I was asleep.