The Twilight Saga

This is a collab story with me and Gianna Black. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED! ALL THESE CHARACTERS AND SOME SCENES BELONG TO STEPHENIE MEYER! It's a Jacob and Bella story. So, please enjoy!





Chapter 1 (New Moon, Chapter 9: Third Wheel, page 219-224, just after Jacob left home from the movies)
I leaned against the kitchen counter, my hand inches from the phone, and tried to wait patiently. thought of the strange look on Jacob's face before he drove away, and my fingers started drumming against the counter. I should have insisted on driving him home.

I watched the clock as the minutes ticked by. Ten. Fifteen. Even when I was driving, it only took fifteen minutes, and Jacob drove faster than I did. Eighteen minutes. I picked up the phone and dialed.

It rang and rang. Maybe Billy was asleep. Maybe I'd dialed wrong. I tried again.

On the eighth ring, just as I was about to hang up, Billy answered.

"Hello?" he asked. His voice was wary, like he was expecting bad news.

"Billy, it's me, Bella- did Jake make it home yet? He left here about twenty minutes ago."

"He's here," Billy said tonelessly.

"He was supposed to call me." I was a little irritated. "He was getting sick when he left, and I was worried."

"He was... too sick to call. He's not feeling well right now." Billy sounded distant. I realized he must want to be with Jacob.

"Let me know if you need any help," I offered. "I could come down." I thought of Billy, stuck in his chair, and Jake fending for himself...

"No, no," Billy said quickly. "We're fine. Stay at your place."

The way he said it was almost rude.

"Okay," I agreed

"Bye, Bella."

The line disconnected.

"Bye," I muttered.

Well, at least he'd made it home. Oddly, I didn't feel less worried. I trudged up the stairs, fretting. Maybe I would go down before work tomorrow to check on him. I could take soup- we had to have a can of Campbell's around here somewhere.

I realized all such plans were canceled when I woke up early- my clock said for thirty- and sprinted to the bathroom. Charlie found me there a half hour later, lying on the floor, my cheek pressed against the cold edge of the bathtub.

He looked at me for a long moment.

"Stomach flu," he finally said.

"Yes," I moaned.

"You need something?" he asked.

"Call the Newtons for me, please," I instructed hoarsely. "Tell them I have what Mike had, and that I can't make it in today. Tell them I'm sorry."

"Sure, no problem," Charlie assured me.

I spent the rest of the day on the bathroom floor, sleeping for a few hours with my head on a crumpled up towel. Charlie claimed that he had to work, but I suspected that he just wanted access to a bathroom. He left a glass of water on the floor beside me to keep me hydrated.

It woke me up when he came back home. I could see that it was dark in my room- after nightfall. He clumped up the stairs to check on me.

"Still alive?"

"Sort of," I said.

"Do you want anything?"

"No, thanks."

He hesitated, clearly out of his element. "Okay, then," he said, then he went back down to the kitchen. I heard the phone ring a few minutes later. charlie spoke to someone in a low voice for a moment, and then hung up.

"Mike feels better," he called up to me.

Well, that was encouraging. He'd only gotten sick eight hours or so before me. Eight more hours. The thought made my stomach turn, and I pulled myself up to lean over the toilet.

I fell asleep on the towel again, but when I woke up I was in my bed and it was light outside my window. I didn't remember  moving; Charlie must have carried me to my room- he'd also put the glass of water on my bedside table. I felt parched. I chugged it down, thought it tasted funny from sitting stagnant all night.

I got up slowly, trying not to trigger the nausea again. I was weak, and my mouth tasted horrible, but my stomach felt fine. I looked at my clock.

My twenty-four hours were up.

I didn't push it, eating nothing but saltine crackers for breakfast. Charlie looked relieved to see me recovered.

As soon as I was sure that I wasn't going to have to spend the day on the bathroom floor again, I called Jacob.

Jacob was the one who answered, but when I heard his greeting I knew he wasn't over it.

"Hello?" His voice was broken, cracking.

"Oh, Jake," I groaned sympathetically. "You sound horrible."

"I feel horrible," he whispered.

"I'm so sorry I made you go out with me. This sucks."

"I'm glad I went." His voice was still a whisper. "Don't blame yourself. This isn't your fault."

"You'll get better soon," I promised. "I woke up this morning and I was fine."

"You were sick?" he asked dully.

"Yes, I got it, too. But I'm fine now."

"That's good." His voice was dead.

"So you'll probably be better in a few hours," I encouraged.

I could barely hear his answer. "I don't think I have the same thing you did."

"Don't you have the stomach flu?" I asked, confused.

"No. This is something else."

"What's wrong with you?"

"Everything," he whispered. "Every part of me hurts."

The pain in his voice was nearly tangible.

"What can I do, Jake? What can I bring you?"

"Nothing. You can't come here." He was abrupt. It reminded me of Billy the other night.

"I've already been exposed to whatever you have," I pointed out.

He ignored me. "I'll call you when I can. I'll let you know when you can come down again."


"I've got to go," he said with sudden urgency.

"Call me when you feel better."

"Right," he agreed, and his voice had a strange, bitter edge.

He was silent for a moment. I was waiting for him to say goodbye, but he waited too.

"I'll see you soon," I finally said.

"Wait for me to call," he said again.

"Okay... Bye, Jacob."

"Bella," he whispered my name, and then hung up the phone.

***End of New Moon Excerpt***

The rest of the day, I tried to keep myself busy with chores and homework. I even called the Newtons to tell them I would be at work tomorrow, just because I couldn't find anything else to do.

But, even though I tried my hardest to keep myself busy, I couldn't stop thinking about Jacob. He sounded so sick on the phone and it hurt me to hear him in pain when there was nothing I could do about it. I wasn't allowed to come over until Jacob's call, but I could help but wonder if I should go down there.

As the day dragged on, it was finally nightfall and I decided to hit the sack early. As I climbed into the bed, I still thought about Jake. I needed to see him soon, to make sure he was okay, to see if he needed anything at all. I decided to go check on him tomorrow, at least call to see if he needed anything.

I heard a tap on my window. I completely froze and didn't dare look out my window. Could it be?

I slowly turned and looked at my window. My eyes widened when I saw a pebble tap my window once again. I pursed my lips. If he was here, he would have opened the window without any hesitation. I got up slowly and walked over to my window. Another pebble tapped against my window, just a little bit louder. I opened my window and looked down at the huge dark figure. At first, I couldn't make out what it was. Then, I saw it wave and recognized it at once.



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*~*~*~*~*~ Table Of Contents *~*~*~*~*~

Chapter 1 (By Me)
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Chapter 2 (By Gianna)

Chapter 3 (By Me)

Chapter 4 (By Gianna)

Chapter 5 (By Me)

Chapter 6 (Part 1) (By Gianna)

Chapter 6 (Part 2) (By Gianna)

Chapter 7 (By Me)

Chapter 8 (By Gianna)

Chapter 9 (By Me)

Chapter 10 (By Gianna)

Chapter 11 (By Me)

Chapter 12 (By Gianna)

Chapter 13 (By Me)


Chapter 14 (By Gianna)


Chapter 15 (By Me)


Chapter 16 (By Gianna)


Chapter 17 (By Me)


Chapter 18 (By Gianna)


Chapter 19 (By Me)


Chapter 20 (By Gianna)


Chapter 21 (By Me)

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*This chapter was written by my amazing co-writer, Gianna :)*

Chapter 10

“Are you sure you have to go?”

Jacob smiled. “I don’t want to, but I have patrol tonight. And it looks like you have to do something, too.” He winked at me.

I just stared at him, trying to remember if I had to do anything tonight. “What?”

He chuckled. “You have to break the news to Charlie. Without telling him about, you know, the whole Imprinting thing.”

I gulped, causing him to laugh harder. “Great. First I assure him that there’s nothing between us, and then I have to tell him that we’re going out.”

“At least this time you’re not lying.”

I smiled. “Will I see you tomorrow?”

“Hmm…see, I have to go to this place tomorrow. I’m pretty sure you go there too…”

I punched him lightly in the arm. “After school.”

“Definitely. And call me later after you talk to Charlie.”


“I’ll miss you,” he said. I stared into his eyes, and I realized that I was falling for Jacob, harder than I ever expected. “I’ll miss you more.”

“I doubt that’s possible,” he said with a laugh.

He looked down at me, and slowly bent his head until our lips touched. I felt a jolt of electricity course through me, and my lips parted, allowing him entrance. This kiss was different than our first one. That one had been hesitant, and soft. This was rough, as if we didn’t have much time, and my hands were locked around his neck, tangling them in his hair.

I pulled away this time, and when I looked at Jake, his face was glowing. I’m pretty sure mine was, too. Both our breathing was sped up, and we were trying to catch our breath. My heart was racing.

“I don’t know how I’ll go the whole day without seeing you tomorrow.” A small smile played on the edge of his lips.

Before I could say anything, his mouth was on mine again. I’d never experienced a kiss that was this…sweet. All I could think about were his warm lips moving in sync with mine.

He pulled away, too soon, and sighed. “I have to go,” he whispered.

“I wish you didn’t.”

“Me too.”

We said goodbye and I watched him drive away, taking my heart with him.

I sat down on the couch and watched TV while I waited for Charlie to come home. It felt oddly empty without Jake sitting next to me.

After a little while, Charlie finally came home, with something wrapped up in his hand.

“What’s that?” I asked.

“Some of Harry’s leftovers. He made fish. I didn’t think you’d want to cook for just yourself tonight.”

That was nice. “Thanks, Dad.”

I heated it up and ate it, taking my time because I really didn’t want to tell Charlie that Jacob and I were together. Especially so soon after I told him we were just friends. Ugh.

I finally finished up and washed my dishes. I slowly walked toward the living room, where my dad was laying on the couch watching sports. I was absolutely dreading this.

“What’s up, Dad?” I asked, trying to be relaxed. And failing.

“Watching football.” I didn’t know what to say, so I just sat there next to him. “What did you do today, Bells?”

I hesitated before answering. “Um, Jacob came over.”

“You two seem to be spending an awful lot of time together,” he commented.

“Yeah, about that.” I gulped. “Uh, well, we’re—“

“I know, I know. You’re ‘just friends.’ I heard you before, Bella.”

“See, the thing is, this morning that would have been true, but, um, now, we’re kind of…dating.”

Charlie stared at me. “You and Jacob?”


“Are you kidding?” he broke into a huge grin.

“Why are you smiling, Dad?”

“Because I always knew you guys were meant for each other,” he was actually more right than he thought, but he would never know that. However, his smile turned smug. “I think if you two waited any longer before making it official, me, Harry and Billy would’ve had to bet money on when it would happen.”

“Really, Dad?”

“I’m just kidding. But congratulations, anyway.”

“Thanks.” This seemed weird. “So, you’re okay with this?”

“I can’t control your life, Bella. You’re eighteen. But just know that I trust you—and Jacob—to make good decisions and be smart.”

“Okay, Dad,” I said, cutting him short. I didn’t want him to lecture me on sex again. “I’m going upstairs. I still have some homework to do.” And I had to do something to pass the time until I could call Jake.

I didn’t wait for a response. I just went up to my room and did my work, glancing at the phone every few minutes.


Jacob’s POV

“I’m home,” I called out to my dad. I could still taste Bella on my tongue, and it made me dizzy. So much had happened, it was hard to take it all in.

“Well, it’s nice to see you,” he said. I gave him a “what are you talking about?” look, and he said, “You’re always out nowadays. With Bella. I assume that’s where you were today.”

“You assume right. And we might start hanging out a lot more, now.”

“Oh, and why is that?”

I knew why he was being like this. He loved Bella, and he knew I Imprinted on her. He knew I couldn’t be away from her too long. He knew I loved her. But I knew that I was the only family he had, what with my sisters living so far away. I should be here for him more often.

“It’s because we’re, um, together now. Like as a couple.”

His whole face brightened. “Good job, son. Did you tell her about the Imprinting?”

I nodded my head. “Yup.”

“And she took it okay?” he sounded skeptical.

I grinned, remembering everything that had happened. “More than okay.”

“I don’t want to know. But you know I have to say this, seeing as I’m such close friends with her father. I’m sure he’ll tell you this, too.”

I was a little scared, I’ll admit. “What?”

“That if you hurt her, we will find a wild, savage vampire to come and do some damage to you.”

I laughed. “I don’t think Charlie would say exactly that, considering he doesn’t know anything about the existence of werewolves or vampires.”

“It’d be along those lines. And do we need to have another ‘man-talk’ to make sure you’re safe and don’t do anything stupid?”

“No.” I answered immediately. I shivered, remembering a few days ago when we had that discussion. It was brutal.

“You will take precautions, right son? When the time comes?”

I hated discussing this with my dad. “Yeah, but we just, you know, kissed today. That’s really rushing it, Dad.”

He shrugged. “Some things you just can’t plan, Jacob. I would just like to know that you’re responsible enough to be careful.”

“Will do, Dad.”

He sighed. “Alright, I know you really want to go tell the pack what happened.”

“Well they’ll find out later when I’m on patrol. Right now I just wanna take a nap.”

“There’s no stopping you, son. I’ll see you later.”

“I’ll be in my room if you need me,” I called out.

I collapsed on my bed the moment I reached it. I tried to fall asleep, something that normally would have been more than easy, but couldn’t get Bella off my mind. Or, rather, I couldn’t get our kisses off my mind. All three of them.

I knew I was falling in love with her, but I’d have to keep my mouth shut about it for a while. To her, at least. I didn’t want to scare her away by coming on too strong, even if she did like me too.

I finally fell asleep hoping to wake up by ten so I could call Bella to say goodnight. But when I woke up, it was midnight. She was definitely asleep already, and I didn’t want to wake her or Charlie. So I settled on running to her house to check and make sure she was okay.

I climbed up to her window and looked at her. Without my enhanced vision, I would have never been able to see her. But there she was, breathing lightly, with her beautiful brown hair strewn around her face and the pillow. She looked…sad, or upset, or maybe just stressed, until a small smile played on her lips and she murmured my name.

I smiled, and unwillingly climbed back down the side of the house and ran into the forest, wondering how the pack would take the news. it:)
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