Jacob imprints on Edward. Set around the time New Moon would be taking place, although this doesn't really even follow that timeframe, really. Although, Edward does leave Bella, as in New Moon. Jacob and Bella become friends. But Jake has no romantic inclinations towards her. Bella has slowly-but surely-moved on. She'll have someone farther down the story. I'm not sure who yet. This story is simply about Jacob and Edward's relationship.
I know, my summary was pretty bad. Sorry. This is rated M. This story is not Eclipse or Breaking Dawn compliant. A little bit for New Moon, but not so much. Also, I haven't written in a while, so if my chapters seem short and to the point, that's not only my writing style, but a deficit from lact of practice. Hopefully, it won't be much of a problem. I cannot say for sure what days I will update, and I ask for patience. Otherwise, enjoy(: Disclaimer: I do not-nor will I ever-own Twilight, or it's characters. All rights to Stephanie Meyer.
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When Jacob discovered that Edward was headed to La Push, he was surprised, to say the least. Why in the world would that idiot be headed that way, anyway? It was confusing. And annoying.
With Bella missing, Jacob was torn between what was more important. This was his childhood friend here; he was worried for her safety. And yet, he wanted to go find Edward and demand anwers from him.
It wasn't just for Charlie's sake, either. Although the promise he made to find Edward certainly was another reason for his hesitancy. No, there were questions he needed to ask Edward, questions that had always plagued him.
And, just like that, the answer came to him. He had a way to ensure that he'd carry out the promise he made to Charlie, but also be sure that the best were out searching for Bella.
Jacob whipped out his mobile phone and quickly dialed Leah Clearwater's number.
Ring, ring. Ring-
"Hello?" greeted a grumpy voice.
"Leah, my friend, my buddy," Jacob began, laying it on thick. "My pal, my amigo-"
"Jacob," she growled," just say what you want already."
"Right," Jacob said, cutting to the chase. "I need a favor-do you think you could come down to Forks and keep an eye out here?"
"Why, what's going on?" she asked, immediately concerned. You see, despite what many believed about Jacob and Leah's relationship, they were like brother and sister and could always depend upon each other for anything.