The Twilight Saga


Jacob's Pov

You could run, or fight someone you hated. But how could when the one you wanted to fight, was the one you loved most in the world? I loved Chelsey unconditionally, but I also hated her for what she did to me and my family. She had put their lives in grave danger, and hurt me more than Bella ever did. But she also stiched me back so carefully it was like I had never been torn

Now, in the Dark Twilight we would all fight for love and forgiveness against our greatest enemies, and ourselves.

Chapter 1- Coming Back to Life

“Jake…JACOB EMPHRIAM BLACK!!!!” I recognized the familiar voice of my dad from the doorway. I turned around on my too small bed, and sat up slowly.

            “What do you want?” I growled. It was unusual that my dad bothered me while I was sleeping--or in this case trying to not think.

“Jacob, you’ve been laying here for days! You haven’t left for anything. You just lay in here and mope about something you have no control over!” He yelled. His old, wrinkled face looked worried and tired, which was becoming more common.

“I’m not moping!” I argued. He had no idea about what was going on. My entire life no longer had meaning, and he expected me to do something?

            “Moping is exactly what you are doing. It’s her choice to become one of them Jake, and if you truly care for her, you will let her do what she wants.”

            “Don’t ever say that! Becoming one of them is what’s going to kill her!” I roared.

            “Think whatever you want Jake, but I know one thing for sure; sitting in here isn’t doing anyone any good. You need to get out and do something.” He said calmly.

            “Fine, I’ll go outside.” I grumbled as I rolled out of bed.

            “Thanks.” He said as he left the room. I grabbed a t-shirt and threw it over my jeans. I purposely avoided the mirror because I knew how I would look; I would have dark bags under my eyes from the lack of sleep, my short hair would be grimy, and my eyes would look empty.

            I stomped through the house, slamming the door as I left. I walked around our small cottage, into the forest. I was sick of everyone feeling sorry for me, and telling me it would be okay. It was not going to be okay.

            The girl I loved was going to be turned into a vampire in a few weeks, and would become my enemy. I would be forced to track her and the rest of the Cullen clan down for breaking the treaty. I would have to kill her. The thought sent shudders down my spine. I kept walking, and I didn’t really notice where I was going until I looked up and saw Seth Clearwater. I was on the edge of the reservation.

            “Hey Jake!” Seth called as he got out of his truck and sprinted over. “What’s up?” He asked cheerfully.

            “The sky.” I remarked sarcastically.

            “How are you feeling?” He asked. What, did he think I was sick or something?

            “Oh, I’m just dandy Seth.” I replied bitterly.

            “Are you okay Jacob?” He asked solemnly as he put his hand on my shoulder. I shook it off quickly.

            “Do I look okay Seth?!? Do you think I’ll ever be okay again? If you do, then you’re wrong.”

            “Jake, I-“

              “Just leave me along Seth.” Before he could stop me, I took off into the forest and phased smoothly.

            Damn, I just couldn’t do anything right anymore. I screwed up with Bella, and now with Seth. I just couldn’t stop hurting people, could I? I kept running, trying to not think, make my mind go blind, and ended up outside Forks Diner.

            Through the small amount of trees I could see a few vehicles parked outside. Only one person stood outside though, a teenage girl. I focused on her, trying to take my mind off my life, and suddenly it felt like the world stopped. Heat washed over every part of my body, different from when I was running.

            She was around my age, with a milky white complexion, honey-blonde hair, a slender face, full lips and big, baby blue eyes. Every part of me came undone as I looked at her. All that things that made me who I was- my love for Bella, for my father, the loyalty to my pack, my hatred for my enemies and myself-all came undone. Everything I thought seemed unimportant at this point. I could see now that my entire universe would revolve around this one thing. This girl.

            It felt like my heart was stabbed as she climbed into a white mercer and pulled out of the parking lot. Reality snapped around me like elastic as I remembered where I was. Without another moment of hesitation, I ran around the edge of the forest towards the highway.

            I finally caught up to her, and without much difficulty, kept up. I glanced at her more than most would say was appropriate. She looked distressed, and by the way that she was gripping the steering wheel, I assumed that she was worried about something. I knew that I was worried to, because I didn’t know what to do. How would I tell her? How was I going to meet her even?

            That worry went away as she slowed down, but came right back as she pulled into Bella’s driveway. She climbed out of the car and flew up the steps in very gracefully movements. When Bella opened the door, they hugged each other happily. I was stunned at how I felt. Normally I would have pain at the sight of Bella, but I felt nothing. Weird.

Her and Bella entered the house and then I knew what I had to do. I phased and pulled on my clothes. I took a deep breath of the familiar musky, forest air and then slowly walked towards Bella house. Just as I started to climb the stairs, cold drops fell down my face. There was no way to escape the rain in Forks.

             I rang the doorbell and within seconds Bella opened the door. Her expression was a complete mask shock. Her big chocolate brown eyes filled with happiness, something like nervousness through my stomach. The last time I had seen her was after her and Edward came back from Italy. Right after she told me that she didn’t love me and that she loved Edward.

            “Jacob?” She whispered.

            "Hey Bells.” I replied casually. She stepped forward and threw her slightly cold arms around me. I usually would have gripped my arms around her at the chance to be close to her, but now the hug felt…awkward. She pulled me into the house, and into the small living room.  

The girl sat on the couch, and she was even more beautiful up close. Her eyes were so bright and mysterious, it was intriguing.

            “Chelsey, this is Jacob. Jacob, this is Chelsey.” Bella introduced us eagerly. Chelsey stood and reached her small hand out. As our skin contacted, there was a strange feeling. A shock ran through my body. It was like every vein was filled with fire.

             “It’s…nice to meet you.” Chelsey stuttered in a gentle, melodically voice. I unwillingly drew my hand back. I wanted to hold on to her forever.




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I really do like this . . . it's great!
I'm sorry I forgot to say when it took place! I'm so stupid! This takes place after new moon and right before eclipse! And thanx I'm really glad you like it!
sounds good keep writing
thnx next chapter up tonite!
Chapter 4- The Parasite Farm

There were no words to describe the car ride. The smell was the absolute worst part. Every time I inhaled it felt like my insides were burning from the inside out. I tried opening a window, but it didn’t help at all. The other three made small talk but I just focused on staying alive. I say the humor on Edward’s face every time he looked back at me.

Once we got to the house I could breath—until I went inside the house. I had to admit it wasn’t what I expected at all. It didn’t look like a torture house, just a rich person house. There were lots of windows, and it was very bright. Of course the shades were drawn so they wouldn’t sparkle like little fairies in front of the guest.

To my luck, only the little one was home. When she walked in the room I almost laughed out loud. She was so tiny! She was less than half my height, and had very petite features. She was midget! A midget bloodsucker! I bit down on my lip hard to stop myself from chuckling. But all my humor disappeared as she stepped forward and hugged Chelsey.

I stepped forward and a low growl escaped. How dare she lay a hand on my girl! “Jacob, calm down. She won’t hurt her.” Edward whispered from beside me. It took all my strength to stop myself from attacking. I would let it go just this once.

The girls didn’t seem to notice my disruption, and just kept giggling. But the midget noticed. She glared at me, ice in her brown eyes. She mouthed the word ‘giant’ making me laugh. The sudden intake of breath made me almost throw up. I held my breath and tried to stop the burning.

“Are you okay Jacob?” Chelsey asked, worry on her face. Worry for me!

“Yes Jacob, what seems to be the problem?” The midget asked mockingly.

“Just a little…car sick.” I said leaning my hands against my knees.

Bella rolled her eyes and grabbed Chelsey’s arm. “Come on Chelsey, you have to hear Edward play the piano.” She begged. Chelsey smiled and went with her across the room to the grand piano.

“Sure, I’ll play for you.” Edward said. As he walked past me he smacked my back. “Don’t choke.”

“Don’t touch me.” I whispered with the last of my breath. The fluent music began to flow through the room, and I had to admit he could play pretty well. His pale hands moved across the piano quickly. I knew I would never be able to do that. My hands were huge, and very uncoordinated. I would try to press one key and end up pressing three.

“Playing the piano is easy, it just requires grace and concentration.” Edward said, reading my thoughts.

“I’m sure you have plenty of that with all the time on your hands.” I said. Bella glared at me, but I ignored her.

“Do you play any instruments Jake?” Chelsey asked me from beside Edward.

“Nope. I prefer lead singer.” I replied sarcastically. A small chuckle escaped her lips, a high pitched sound.

After Edward finished the song on the piano, Bella suggested we go for a walk. The sun was hidden behind the clouds, so it was safe for the Cullen’s to reveal themselves outside. Edward, Alice and Bella led us through the forest surrounding the Cullen’s house, and I lagged behind with Chelsey.

It pained me for her to be so close to me, and not be able to touch her. I could just imagine how perfect it would feel to stroke her skin. To be able to finally have someone for myself. Someone I could love forever without any complications.

“So how long are you planning to stay?” I asked making conversation.

“I’m not sure. As long as the welcome is open, I’m here.” She replied as she climbed over a large branch. She was graceful, not like the Cullen’s, but a lot more graceful than Bella.

“Cool. Maybe we could do something sometime.” I said suddenly. I definitely wasn’t very smooth. She didn’t say anything, but seemed to be thinking something over in her mind. I hoped I hadn’t crossed a line or something. “Or not.”

“No, I would like that.” She said. It wasn’t exactly the commitment that the other imprinters got, but it was good enough for now.

“Cool.” I said again.

“Hurry up you guys!” Bella yelled from ahead of us. Chelsey picked up her pace to catch up with Bella, but I stayed behind. I couldn’t believe how stupid I had sounded a few seconds ago. I had never really dealt with girls other than Bella, and it was new to me. Especially because I knew I couldn’t screw it up with Chelsey. She was the only one in the world for me now, and I needed her.

Once we hiked around the Cullen’s yard, we came back to the house to watch a movie. Alice and Bella picked out a romantic movie, not at all my style. Edward and Bella curled up in a big chair, and me, the midget, and Chelsey sat on the couch. I was completely aware that Chelsey was only a few centimeters away from me, and it made my heart race.

Throughout the movie I sat uncomfortably with my arms crossed on my chest. I didn’t really pay attention to the movie, more to Chelsey. I watched her out of the corner of my eye, and concluded she wasn’t really paying attention either. She kept fidgeting with her hair, and occasionally glancing at me, but looking away before it was considered awkward.

When the movie finally ended it was already 5:30. “That was such a cute movie!” Bella said passionately.

“Agreed.” Said Alice, hugging Bella. Edward wrapped his arm around Bella and kissed her on the forehead. I wrinkled my nose in disgust, and shook my head.

“Jacob, we would be delighted if you would join us for dinner.” Edward said politely. I felt my face go in a mask of horror, and the nerves in my body tingled.. “We were going to order pizza.” Edward added.

“As tempting as that sounds, I think I better head home.” I said quickly. Bella smiled, just a simple twitch of her mouth.

“Would you like me to drive you home?” He offered, and I was sure he was only saying it because Chelsey was there.

“No, I’ll walk.” I stood up and stretched. I looked at Chelsey worried. It felt wrong leaving her here with them. I wanted to take her with me, away from the people that could hurt her, but I knew I couldn’t. I wished that I could at least tell her to be careful, but I knew that was impossible too. Instead, I smiled at her, hoping with all my heart that she would be okay,

“See you later Jacob.” Edward said. I hoped I wouldn’t see him ever again. But once again, one more of the things that wouldn’t come true.

“Be safe out there Jake.” Bella said softly, and she stood up and gave me a hug. I patted her
back lightly, and then turned away. I walked out the door into the night. I may not have gotten any closer to Chelsey, or killed any bloodsuckers, but at least I had fresh air.
"Hey Jacob's finally going to fit in!" lol Quil would sooo say tht! Luv it keep writing!
Just started reading your story. Its great. Please add me and keep me updated thanks
This is very good! Btw I am writing a story about Jacob imprinting on someone else.It's different, but you should check it out... it's called Earning Trust..
will do!
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I love it so much plz rite more plz I have no other fan fic except for 1 so plz write more


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