They emerged one by one from the forest edge, ranging a dozen meters apart. The first male into the clearing fell back immediately, allowing the other male to take the front, orienting himself around the tall, dark-haired man in a manner that clearly displayed who led the pack. The third was a woman; from this distance, all I could see of her was that her hair was a startling shade of red. They closed ranks before they continued cautiously toward Edward's family, exhibiting a natural respect of a troop of predators as it encounters a larger,...
''As long as i'm breaking the rules,i'll do it throughly.Letting the chips fall where they may.''
This is part 3.I've edged it up a bit.Please Enjoy!
THE CULLEN HOUSE, 2:00 AM ''I just...don't know.'' Jasper and I were talking.I had told him everything that was happening.And how,i knew that I was in love with Bella.Even though I don't know her that well.I can tell.Though,Alice's vision,the way i feel about her.And how I feel so protective of her. ''I feel so protective of her...I've never felt like that with anyone before...Not like that..'' I was now venting. ''Huh...You know that the others may not Approve...She's not like us Edward.'' He was trying to reason.I read his thoughts.He didn't...
Hey everybody! I made this Twilight Time Line because there were some dates from the book that I wasn't qutie sure of...like what day Edward took Bella to the Meadow. With the help of Twilight Lexicon I made this time line for everyone who wants to know a specific date from the book!
Note to readers: It does go chapter by chapter, so some dates are on there a few times, like when there is more than one chapter for a day.
Chapter One: First Sight
January 17, 2005- Bella arrives in Forks
January 18, 2005- First day of school for Bella. She sees Edward for the first time.
I slep dreamlessly that night, exhausted from beginning my day so early, and sleeping so poorly the night before. I woke, for the second time since arriving in Forks, to the bright yellow light of a sunny day. I skipped to the window, stunned to see that there was hardly a cloud in the sky, and those there were just fleecy little white puffs that couldn't possible be carrying any rain. I opened the window - surprised when it opened silently, without sticking, not having opened it in who knows how many years - and sucked in the relatively...