This is the story of Seth and his imprint Makayla, a girl who moves to England from Italy with a past that invovles mythical creatures. When she sees the Cullens on her first day, a whole new life for her starts. It is set after Breaking Dawn. The Cullens are on a break to England, and they are staying there for a year.
It is my first fanfic, so I would greatly apreaciate any comments or corrections, thanks!
All character in this story, except Makayla and two others, belong to Stephenie Meyer.
OK, Final Imprint was the first fan fiction I ever wrote. Recently, I went back and edited it (just small things, like spelling mistakes) but I made a few changes too. PLEASE read the PDF below, it's better quality of writing and I tried to change it so I used the correct punctuation as well.
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And it didn’t matter that they were coming to kill me. We were together. And no matter what, we would be together forever. If he lived, I would live, because I couldn't die knowing that I would cause him pain. I would always love him though. Whatever it takes.
Oh crap. Vampires. I moved to get away from them, and yet there they were. Sitting in the corner of the Canteen staring away from everyone. Two of them – a bronze haired boy, and a brunette girl – were leaning towards each other, discussing something.
The bronze haired boy stiffened, and the brunette placed a hand on her shoulder, a look on confusion on her face. Another girl, with bronze curls, placed a hand over his, in concern.
“Are you OK?” I turned to see one of my new classmates staring at me in concern. I couldn’t remember his name. I realised that I had been staring at the vampires in the corner.
“Oh…um…yeah. I just noticed them…” I nodded towards the vampires again.
“Ah.” The emotion on the boys faced changed lifted as he understood, “They give quite a first impression, don’t they.” A slight smile pulled the corners of his lips up.
We had our food by this point, and we were walking towards a table already filled with school kids. I glanced over at the table. They all were staring at me, with weird eyes. It was their eyes that captured my interest. One boy, who obviously wasn’t a vampire because of his dark skin, had normal brown eyes. But the vampires had eyes that ranged from black (hungry vampire) to gold (that was the odd part, I was sure vampires had red eyes). I was terrified that they seemed to know that I knew already. I would have to move, after only one day of school. Only one, how unfair was life!
“So who are they?” I asked the boy next to me.
“That’s Alice, Edward, Emmett and Renesmee Cullen.” He pointed at them discreetly as he told me their names, “ Jasper and Rosalie Hale and the other two are Bella and Jacob Black.”
“Oh.” I dropped the conversation there. I stared at my lunch, not feeling that hungry anymore. I wondered how soon I could fake an illness and be taken to the nurse and be sent home. I didn’t feel like being a vampire lunch, which was what my last encounter with vampires had lead to.
I felt the colour drain from my face and I drew in breath in short gulps, as I recalled the past…incidents. The girl opposite me, Arianna, noticed this.
“Hey, um, are you alright? You don’t look very good…”
The conversation ended as all eyes turned to look at me, “No, I feel ill. Is there a school nurse anywhere?”
Arianna stood up and helped me out of my chair, “Here, I’ll show you to her.” She put her arms around my shoulders and I rested my head on her shoulder and I half-walked and was half-dragged to the nurse. I had to pass dangerously close to the table full of vampires, who stared at me with curious eyes, especially the bronze haired boy, Edward.
The nurses office was empty when we arrived, but Arianna sat me down in a chair and went to find the nurse. While she was gone, I contemplated my problems. Well, first there was the massive problem of the vampires showing up at my new school. I couldn’t stay in a school with vampires. Even though my life was sometimes boring, I didn’t want to die, and I seemed to have a magnetic field which meant all vampires in the area were attracted to me. That time in Italy – stop right there. Do NOT go into that again.
What if they came looking for me? Terror made all my muscle clench and I was about to start hyperventilating, when a young nurse bustled in, with Arianna on her heals. She took one look at me then turned to Arianna.
“Thanks from bringing her, but I think I will have to send her home, she doesn’t look good. And because of exams being so close you can’t miss any class. Can you fetch one of the Cullens for me? To then, I doubt one missed lesson will be much worry to them.” Arianna nodded at her, squeezed my shoulder and walked out. The nurse started taking my temperature and other stuff, but I was too scared to notice.
One of the Cullens? No, no, please, no! I don’t want to be eaten. Of all the people in the school, why a vampire? My luck, of course, it was just my luck.
“Well, that’s that then. There is no way that you can go back to class.” There was a knock at the door, “Ah, come on in. Makayla, this is Alice Cullen. She will take you home. Alice is one of our best students, I’m sure she won’t mind missing a lesson.”
I looked up to see Alice smile at the nurse and then turn to me with curiosity in her golden eyes, “Nice to meet you Makayla.”
I just nodded at her, making no move to get up. Alice seemed to sigh ever so slightly, then slipped a cold hard arm around my waist. I cringed away from her touch. It was too familiar. I felt slightly light headed as the nurse bid us farewell, but I knew if I acted like I was too dizzy to stand, the vampire would touch me again.
We walked in complete silence. Alice didn’t say anything, and she didn’t look at me. I kept my eyes fixed on my feet. Concentrating, on first, no vomiting, and two not drawing attention to myself. It was quite hard to not vomit and by the time we were in the car park it was all I was concerned with.
“Is she alright, Alice? She looks as if she might puke.” It was too much for me to hear the velvet voice of a vampire, I couldn’t help it. I turned away from the pairs of feet I could see and towards a nearby bush, which I was promptly sick into.
Once I was done, I stood up and looked at the surrounding vampires. They were all there, the whole clan, and the odd human boy. His hands tremble slightly as I inspected the girl with the bronze ringlets, she looked a bit more human, but I couldn’t see how. As his hands trembled, I had the urge to run away, as if he would hurt me.
“It’s OK, no one will hurt you.” Edward promised me. How could he know that I was thinking about that? Unless - a though occurred to me that seemed thoroughly plausible – unless he shared Aro’s (pain shot through me like lightening) gift.
He smiled at me and nodded slightly, looking me in the eyes so I had no doubt that he was nodding at my thoughts. Oh CRAP! This was so bad…Not only vampires but flipping mind reading vampires. Was there one that could see the future as well? Just to add to their coven.
Edward laughed this time and pointed at Alice. I froze. I meant that as a joke.
And I don’t want to know anything else. I just wanted to leave. I wanted to leave badly.
“No. We need to know how you know what we are.”
No! I couldn’t, I wouldn’t, tell them. I won’t even think it. They can’t know, nobody can know.
The blond male, Jasper, spoke up, “Please, we just need to know how. We don’t want to know anything else.”
His words scared me. I couldn’t tell them, so what would they do to me when I kept quiet. Renesmee, the pretty bronze haired girl, looked annoyed. But when she spoke, her annoyance wasn’t directed at me.
“Stop it! Can’t you see your scaring her?” She stepped forward and put a hand on my shoulder. I automatically flinched as I prepared for cold skin, however Renesmee’s hand was boiling. I placed my hand over hers to make sure I was feeling it right. And I was, Renesmee can’t be a vampire. But, if she isn’t a vampire, then what is she.
And what was the human boys problem? He was shaking badly as he watched me and Renesmee. Renesmee followed my eye line.
“Jake, I’m fine. She’s only a human, not exactly that dangerous. You don’t need to get protective of me.” She turned back to me, “Will you please tell us? It is for our own safety that we want to know.”
“And we won’t…” Edward began, but he was cut off when his cell rang. He took it out, then flipped it over. “Carlisle. Listen, we have a problem. What? Er…no, we haven’t been home, why are you there? Oh, why didn’t Alice say anything? Hmm. We will be there as soon as possible. Oh, that, well…” he glanced at me, “I will explain at home.”
Rosalie, the beautiful blond one, said, “We have to go back?”
Edward nodded, “Carlisle wants us to go, Siobahn and Liam and Maggie have come for a visit.” He turned to Alice, his eyebrows raised, and she shrugged, then his eyes flickered to me and he took a step towards me, “Please, come with us. We don’t hunt people, that’s why are eyes are odd. Can’t you just come home with us and explain it to everyone?”
They don’t hunt people? But they’re vampires! He was lying to me. But then, I remember someone in Italy telling me about a large coven of vampires who only drank animal blood. Maybe it was them. Maybe I would be safe, for once…
What am I thinking? How am I even considering going to a vampires house? There is no way I will set foot in a house that belongs to a vampire. No way.