I wasn’t going to let this happen, not to my sweet, innocent Alice. If she was in danger, so was I, so was our whole family.
“You guys can run,” Suggested Emmett.
“No, the Vultori has Alec; he can track anyone, anywhere, at any time.” That was the fifth idea Carlisle had dismissed. He didn’t want us to fight, move, go to Italy, and now he’s telling us running is out. What now?
“What else is there?”
“Maybe, if Edward and I leave.” “no, absolutely not” I cut her off. “There’s no way you’re going out there alone when someone is tracking you.”
“I won’t be alone Jasper, I’ll have Edward.” She replied. She seemed to think this was a good idea.
“Jaspers right.” Esme looked even more worried now that there was talk about leaving.
“I agree with Esme,” said Bella. She started to worry more as well at the thought of Edward leaving again.
“No, she’s right; Alice and I need to keep everyone safe. If we’re all together they may feel threatened, they may attack.”
“So we should just let our family go to God knows where, to confront the most vicious clan of vampires in existence, and act like nothing’s wrong” I asked my voice dripping with hostility. I couldn’t believe Alice was proposing this.
“It’s OK, Jazz” she said with her hand on my shoulder. “It will be OK.”
I was slightly calmer, but I still didn’t like this idea.
“You don’t have to like it, just except that were doing what’s best for the family” Edward had been reading my thoughts, again.
“Don’t talk to me like that!” I screamed. “Don’t pretend like you can just make up your mind and take my wife away from me”!
I was seriously pissed off now. No way was Alice leaving this house without me. I’m her husband; I’m supposed to protect her.