Bella seemed distracted as she drove back towards Forks, no doubt lost in thought about that mutt. She didn’t notice at first when my silver Volvo pulled up inches behind her bumper, but eventually she glanced in her review mirror, and her heart soared. She knew Alice had called, and she knew I was probably angry. I assumed that when she saw I was behind her, she would pull over, but she continued driving, purposefully averting her eyes from my stare in her mirror. She obviously wasn’t ready to face me yet, which was just as well as I...
Sorry this took so long. I got so caught up with Bella's Life! ^_^
I can see a look across her face, seeing that she wanted to argue with me. I was ready to defend my arguements, but Bella's didn't speak. But I will only change her under one condition... if she marry me. It makes me feel humored looking at her thinking and thinking about it. I was getting the impression that Bella wanted immortality more than me. This thought saddened me. But I held back the thought, hoping that she loved me as much as I did. Did she love me less because I left her?
Who's Jane? She does sound familiar though. Oh... my undercover mom's name. Right. But this "Jane" doesn't look like the Jane I know. This Jane is smaller, almost childlike. I wonder where Jane is, but I will ask Tom later.
I can clearly see that she's a vampire. Have pale skin, glowing red eyes, glittering skin, just like me. Is she also a newborn? "Hello, Jane." Edward said formally. Why did he address her in such a formal matter? Is she like a Queen? I think not. I held back a hiss. There MUST be a reason Edward sound like she was worshiping her....
I miss writing soooo much! Sorry! School is getting ahead of me! ^_^
Chapter 16: Alliance
“Bella?” I called to her as she paused at the top of the porch steps.
She turned to face me as I jumped up the stairs to meet her. I took her into my arms again, kissing her once more. I let my lips convey just how much I loved her, no matter what happened later, and she responded enthusiastically. She seemed taken aback by the passion of the kiss when we finally pulled away, but didn’t comment on it.
“Let’s get this stupid party over with,” she muttered while staring at the ground.