The Twilight Saga

This is another ff for imprints.
I give Stephenie Meyer the credit of creating the Twilight Series. Without her we would not be here writing ffs and enjoying them. All the Twilight characters are hers. All the characters that I have created ((Charlotte, her parents, Drake, and some others that I've not yet created)) are mine, even if they are not the best out there and take on minds of their own and threaten to quit if I don't write them out exactly how they want to be. He he. ((No I'm not crazy. They really do have a mind of their own. Especially Charlotte.)) Seventeen year-old Charlotte Duckling moves from San Diego, California to Forks, Washington with her dad where she meets Seth Clearwater, her imprint. Everything's going fine until Charlotte finds out her mother, who she thought to be dead, was really alive. And her dad and Seth have kept this a secret from her. Charlotte struggles to keep both sides of her life together as the time passes. But will one mistake cause her to leave one life behind? Will she remember...or will he be forever forgotten?   
Chapter one
I sighed. Today was the say we moved. Just Dad and me.
I stared out the window, at all the familiar places and things that I had grown up with passing us by. I would miss my city of San Diego, California. To me this was home.
“Charlotte, please. It’s not the end of the world," my dad said trying to comfort me.
“Yes it is,” I mumbled.
I have been with my dad for as long as I could remember. I’m sure I had had a mother once, but she had died when I was very young. I still had pictures of her packed in the boxes waiting at our new house.
Our new house… I haven’t even seen it yet. Dad said it was in Forks, somewhere in Washington. He said it rained almost constantly. I liked the rain. To me, it was like a soothing lullaby. I preferred the warmer rain, but Forks was up North; not much warm rain there.
I sighed again.
“Oh, come, now Charlotte.”
“What do you want me to say? I’ve left my friends behind. I won’t see them anymore. And how am I supposed to see Drake? Even though we do plan to see each other every other weekend, but it’s not the 
Drake was my boyfriend for almost a year. We didn't have time to have a day to ourselves before I left. We left the morning after school was out. We had said our goodbyes in my driveway as we pulled away. I missed him already.
“I’m sorry. Maybe you can make some new friends.”
“It’s not as easy as you think. I’ve grown up with my friends. You can’t just go to a new high school and instantly become friends with everyone you meet. This is not kindergarten.”
“You won’t make any with that attitude.”
I groaned. He obviously did not understand.
I turned back to window.
We chose to drive the long distance to have our truck with us. Dad was going to fly back later and finish with our other house, bringing whatever was left and needed. All of our other belongings had been 
shipped to a friend of Dad’s house where we would pick them up.
"Well, you have some of the summer to find new friends."
I nodded once and went back to my thoughts that were slowly pulling me to sleep.
I wonder what our new house will look like. I hope it’s beautiful, with a new backyard and maybe a forest off on the edge. Didn’t Dad say there were many trees?
My head dropped onto the cold window. Hmm...sleep….
Everything was strangely quiet when I woke up.
I looked around curiously.
“Hey, you’re up.”
I looked into a male’s face who was sitting across from me in a chair. He had russet colored skin and short black hair. His eyes were very dark, almost black.  He looked very tall and muscular.
I sat up and looked around. I was in someone’s house. Someone’s empty house. There was nothing in this room except the couch I was laying on, the chair the male was sitting in, and a few boxes stacked in corners. Maybe someone is moving in… Or out.
“Do you like your house?”
My house?
I looked at him. If this was my house, then why was he here? Who was he?
“I’m Jacob. Jacob Black.” He held out his right hand. I didn’t make a move to shake it.
“Where’s my dad?” He had to be here somewhere.
There came the sound of someone pulling up from outside.
“That should be him now.” Jacob dropped his hand and stood. “He might need help with the rest of the boxes. Wait here.” He disappeared around a corner that I guessed separated this living room from the front door. Doors shut from outside.
I got up and looked around. It was a good-sized house. The kitchen was up to date. There were two bedrooms downstairs with a bathroom hooked to one. I didn’t go to the second floor yet.
“Charlotte, Jake was right, you are up and about.”
I turned to see my dad standing before me with boxes in his hand.
“Need help?” I asked walking over to him.
“No, I got it.” He set the box down in a corner. “There, that’s the last of them.” He smiled at me. “So what do you think of the house? Amazing, right?”
“Yeah, I guess. So is my room down here?” If it was, I was disappointed. I didn’t really want to share a bathroom with my dad.
He looked surprised. “No. Yours is upstairs. There are only two bedrooms up there so you can choose. Just to let you know, one has a bathroom to it. The other’s bathroom is in the hall.”
Well I knew which one I was choosing. I headed for the stairs.
“I’ll send Jake up there with some of your stuff. I think someone else is coming to help too.”
I took the stairs two at a time. I peeked inside the first door I found. Nope. No bathroom. I went to the next one. This one was a bathroom. That only left the last one. I pushed open the door quickly and gasped.
It was bigger than the other three in the house. It had a tall ceiling that pointed up and wide walls. Along one wall were huge windows that reached from ceiling to floor uninterrupted. The other two walls were bare. The last wall had a door open. I assumed was the bathroom. All I could see was the sink at the moment. I looked for the closet door. If the room was big, what did the closet look like inside? There was only one door left. I ran to it and swung it open.
I was confused at first. Where were the racks? All that stood before me was another door. I hesitantly opened it. There were stairs going up. Stairs? Where did the lead to?
“Charlotte?” I heard someone call my name from the hallway.
“In here!” I called back.
“Oh. Hey what are you doing?”
“I found this door and stairs behind it.”
I felt someone come up behind me.
“It seems to be going somewhere.”
“Yeah.” I turned slightly to see Jacob. “Should I go up?”
“I don’t know; if you want to. It’s your room.” He turned to leave and called over his shoulder, “I’m leaving your stuff in this corner.”
“Yeah that’s fine.” I didn’t bother turning around.
I climbed the stairs slowly. At the top was another small room. It was dark and I fumbled for the light switch. My hand caught something velvety. I pulled gently. To my surprise, it fell to the floor at my feet. Rays of the early evening sun shone through another window, only this window covered the whole side of the wall and had a window seat. Impressive. 
“I like this room.” I smiled to myself.
You could see clearly out of the window. Below me was the backyard. Off in the distance was a wooden fence. Beyond that was a line of trees; the beginning of a forest.
“I really really liked this room.”
Someone was out in the backyard staring up at me. I waved and the person waved back. Dad. It was time to thank him. I didn’t mind moving to this house. It was better than the old one!
I quickly ran down the steps and out of my room where I promptly ran into someone and dropped to the floor.
What was this person made out of? It just felt like I ran into a brick wall! I rubbed my head.
“Sorry. Are you okay?” A warm hand wrapped around my arm, pulling me to my feet.
I shook myself off. “Yeah, I’m fine. Have to be careful while running,” I laughed softly.
I glanced up to find a boy’s face close to mine. I heard him gasp.
“What? Am I bleeding?” I instinctively reached for my forehead with my free arm.
He blinked. “No no, you’re not.” He was staring at me.
“Oh, okay then.” I waited for him to release me. A few minutes passed by. I started to grow self-conscious. I finally cleared my throat, blushing. “Um, you still have my arm.”
He blinked several times, as if his was trying to wake himself up. “Oh…right…sorry.” He dropped his hand.
“Well, I better go.”
I walked slowly to the stairs. I could still feel his eyes staring after me. Who was he? And why was he looking at me like that? Another thought came to me.
His hand was unusually warm. Almost hot….Was that normal?



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Chapter two. Seth’s POV.

I was relaxing in the forest in wolf-form, just a few miles from the beach. With my wolf-sensitive nose, I still could smell the salty air. It was a peaceful day and the forest was a perfect place to enjoy the day, especially after patrolling all night. I closed my eyes drifting off into sleep. I guess I was too tired to dream.

'Hey Seth!' My eyes jerked open. Can’t a person enjoy a nap?

'What?' I asked sleepily.

'Oh sorry.'

I groaned. 'What is it Jake?'

'You need to wake up. Did you hear?'

'Hear what?' I stood up, shaking out my fur.

'There are new people moving to Forks.'

'Oh, yeah. How could I not? That’s all anybody could talk about.'

'Yeah, well, Sam wants us to help them move in.'

I groaned. 'I’m coming.'

All I wanted to do today was relax and enjoy my off day. No patrolling, no commands… Apparently, that was not an option. Not since Sam was the alpha-male. I really missed Jake being the alpha.

Jake snorted. 'Sorry kid. There really is no reason to have two packs. Everything is all fixed with me imprinting on Nessie.'

'I know, but… everything was easier.'

'Aw. Now you’re making me feel bad.'


I felt him phase back. I followed Jake’s scent to a white two-story house. I phased, pulling on my shorts and walked towards the front. I could hear Jake inside, along with someone else. I heard a truck pulling up as I rounded the corner to the driveway.

Someone stuck their head out of the window.

“Hey.” It was an older looking man. “Are you Seth?”

I nodded.

“Jacob said you would be coming to help.”

“Oh yeah.” He stepped out of the truck and shook my hand.

“I’m Mr. Duckling.”

“Nice to meet you.” He flinched as he took note of my hot temperature. I smiled internally.

We both turned to the sound to the front door opening. It was Jake.

“Seth! You made it!”

“Jake.” I nodded.

“Charlotte’s awake now.” Jake told Mr. Duckling.

“Oh that’s good. I’ll just take in a few boxes. Could you guys grab the rest?”

“Sure.” We both replied at the same time. We watched him into the house.

“There’s only two left. I think there are some inside that need to be taken to Charlotte’s room though.”

“Okay.” I followed him inside.

“Oh those are Charlotte’s. She’s upstairs. Could you take those up too please?” He gestured to more boxes in the corner. We nodded before Mr. Duckling disappeared around a corner.

“Come on Seth. The faster we get this done the faster we can leave.”

“Right.” I was already looking forward to more of my peaceful day. Jake was coming down the stairs as I was going up.

“Last one on the left.”


I heard footsteps coming from the room. I didn’t have time to see who it was before they collided with me.


The person dropped to the floor. I peered around the boxes. It was a girl.

“Sorry. Are you okay?”

I balanced them in one hand reaching out for her arm, pulling her to her feet.

She dusted herself off. “Yeah, I’m fine. Have to be careful while running," she laughed.

She looked up at me and I gasped.

“What? Am I bleeding?” She touched her forehead with her free arm.

I blinked. “No no, you’re not.”

“Oh, okay then.”

She was the most beautiful person I had ever seen, with long, wavy red hair and bright green eyes. She was small and petite too, like Alice, only a few inches taller. She was perfect.

She cleared her throat. “Um, you still have my arm,” she said blushing.

“Oh…right…sorry.” I dropped her hand.

“Well, I better go.”

“Yeah…” I was still in a daze.

I watched her walk down the stairs. I still stood there staring after her.

In the back of my mind, something occurred to me…I had just imprinted.
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Chapter three. Charlotte’s POV.
I tackled my dad as soon as I saw him.
“Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!”
He laughed. “Seems like you like your room.”
“Yes! I absolutely love it!”
He laughed again and hugged me back.
I pulled back and pointed out behind us. “And there’s a forest behind our house. That makes it better.”
“There is another thing that I think you will like too.”
“What? What?” This was a lot of excitement for one day. But who was I to complain?
“If you follow the trail,” he pointed to a little bend that had a small ribbon on a tree, “it’ll lead you to a small clearing and a little pond.”
He nodded. “It’s only about a mile until you reach it.”
“That’s awesome!” I started towards it.
“Hold on just one second.” He grabbed the back of my shirt keeping me still. I looked back at him puzzled. “You have to meet our guests.”
Just as he said that, two guys came out from the backdoor. Even though I didn’t know them, I recognized both.
“Oh. That’s Jacob and someone I ran into coming out of my room.”
The stopped in front of us. Now that I had time to stop, I looked more closely at the one I had run into. He was tall and muscular, just like the other one, Jacob. He didn't have a shirt on. His eyes were the 
same dark color and so was his hair. He also had the same russet color to his skin. But in another way, they were different. The other boy was slightly shorter than Jacob and his facial features were different. His eyes were rounded and his face looked sweeter. In a way, you could see that he was younger than Jacob and looked more like a child.
I stuck out my hand. “Charlotte Duckling.”
“Seth Clearwater.” He shook my hand and I noticed his skin had the same unusually warm feeling to it.
“You’re hot.” I blurted out.
He smiled. I heard my dad and Jacob chuckle.
I realized how he might have taken it.
“Oh, wait, I didn’t mean it like that.” I tried to control my thoughts, trying to straighten them out. “I―well―um―your skin… it’s hot, well warm. Unusually warm. It’s―uh―maybe I should just stop talking.” I blushed.
“It’s okay. I know what you mean.” His voice was soft and held a caring edge to it. I instantly loved it. He still stared at me with the loving look. What’s wrong with him? I couldn’t look away from his eyes either. It felt like they were drawing me in. We continued to stare at each other.
My dad cleared his throat and I jumped. I looked away from Seth, feeling myself blush deeper. I saw Jacob shaking with laughter. What was so funny?
“Charlotte? The trail?” I looked at my dad confused for a second then gasped.
“Oh right! Can I go now?”
“Don’t take too long.”
“I won’t.” I took one last look at Jacob and Seth before heading for the trail. “See you guys around.”
They both nodded.
“How about you guys come in for a while?” I heard my dad say.
“I’m sorry, but I have to be somewhere.”
“I have to go talk to Sam.”
“Oh that’s fine then. We’ll see you guys later. Thanks for all the help.”
When I reached the edge of the forest, I turned to see my dad walking back inside. Jacob and Seth were already walking towards a car at the end of the driveway that I hadn’t noticed before. Before they were gone, Seth looked at me and waved. Not sure what else to do, I waved back, watching his smile grow bigger. Then they disappeared around the corner and were gone.
I didn’t stay at the little clearing long. Only enough to look around in awe. It was beautiful. It was a perfect circle. The pond was near the edge to my left. The water was crystal clear. It was big enough to swim in and took up a little less than half of the clearing. It was like my own little paradise.
I walked back along the path to my new home. It was getting darker and I feared that I had stayed out too long. The path was getting harder to see and there was no moon out tonight.
My house finally came into view and I walked quickly towards it.
“Yes?” I asked as I shut the back door.
“Where were you?”
“Still in the clearing. It didn’t realize it was so late. Sorry.”
“I understand.”
I sat on the couch next to him. “So what are we doing tomorrow?”
“I’m going to look around the town. What are you doing?”
“I don’t know. Stay here? Finish unpacking.” I shrugged.
“When you’re done maybe you can go with me to La Push.”
“Where is that?”
“Just outside of Forks. Jacob and Seth live there. You could hang out with them later.”
“Hanging out with two teenage boys. Sounds like fun.”
“Boys aren’t that bad. You just have to get to know them first.”
“Uh-huh.” I got up and headed for the stairs. “I’m going to bed.”
“Goodnight, Dad.”
I ran up the stairs quickly and changed. As I looked around my room, I noted a few things. The room didn’t have curtains. I would definitely need some for the floor-to-ceiling windows. And paint for the walls. And more decorations. I had the whole summer to decorate. I wondered if Dad would loan me his credit card to buy a few things… I think he would if I asked nicely and not go overboard.
I didn’t realize how tired I was until I was in bed. I yawned and closed my eyes. I quickly fell asleep, thinking of all the possibilities for my new room.
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