The Twilight Saga

All Stories Don't Have Happy Endings (Set in the summer before The Goblet Of Fire)

A Harry Potter/Twilight Fan Fiction



Bella's Point of View


All stories don't have happy endings. Mine didn't have a happy begining. When my brother and I were one year old, our parents were murdered. Harry and I became famous that night. But we didn't feel that way. We were sent to live with Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon. Their son Dudley was no  better.

When we turned eleven, things got better. A little at least. Where were Wizard and Witch. We went to study at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

That's where we found out how famous we were. The boy and girl who lived. The scars on our foreheads didn't help. Durning the first weeks of a new year, you always hear, "Next to Weasley, and Granger. Look at their scars!" Our first year, it was the whole school. The years that followed, it would only be the First years...Mostly.

Summers were always miserble.

Until they moved in.

The Cullen's changed our life......







So what do you think? When I'm done wrinting Chapter One, I'll post it if I see at least three comments....


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Thanks a lot! I'm still writing chapter one!

<33 Annabeth Chase
This is great so far!
I love Harry Potter!
Please post more ASAP!
And please keep me updated!
Thanks alot! I will :D

<33 Annabeth Chase
This looks really good! I cant wait until you post chapter one so i can read it!

Oh and, could you keep me updated??
Yes I will, and Thanks you for reading!

<33 Annabeth Chase
I love it love it love it love it!!!!!!!! I knew I could rely on the fact that SK suggested! Her suggestions never let me down! LOLOL!!!!! Go on!!!!!!!!!!!!! *winks*

Lots of love,
Great cant wait 4 chapter 2!!!!
Lolz srry i mean chapter 1!!!! Dumb me
lol, it's okay
thanks for reading!

<33 Annabeth Chase
Yay! Thanks for reading this!!!!!

<33 Annabeth Chase


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