Sixteen years have passed and Renesmee is turning sixteen. The problem is that she has not stopped aging. She is not allowed to see Charlie or even attend school. She spends most her time with Jacob. She doesn't know that Jacob has imprinted on her. I hope you all love my preface!!
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I knew I was winning the race as soon as it started. I could hear my opponent far behind me, trying to catch up. I laughed quietly, but I knew he could still hear me.
"C'mon Jacob," I called out to him. "You always let me win. Or am I really that fast?"
I heard Jacob's wolfy chuckle-or at least I hoped it was a chuckle. His paws began to claw at the ground harder, pushing himself faster. His breathing picked up by just a second, and he was practically a rocket. He was now four hundred yards away from me. I began to worry.
I pushed myself foward, hopping that I could still be in the lead. It wasn't easy being half human and half vampire. I was faster than a human but a bit slower than a vampire. I hated that.
Jacob was now one hundred yards away from me. I could hear him breathing evenly, as if he was walking instead of running. He past me just seconds later with a huge grin on his face. He jumped into the bushes and disappeared.
I slowed down a bit, to annoyed to continue. I met Jacob in the backyard of my home. He was in his human form now, still grinning. When I walked to stand next to him, he said, "You didn't really think you faster than me, did you, Nessie?"
"A little," I admitted.
Jacob laughed. "Think again."
I rolled my eyes but smiled. We both walked to the front of the house, hearing the conversation in the living room. I saw mom and dad with auntie Alice and uncle Jasper when I looked through the window. Jasper had a worried look of his face.
When we both entered the room, a wave of frustraion appeared. Jasper must be in a bad mood. I took three steps when aunt Rosalie walked down the stairs. She smiled at me, and then frowned when she looked at Jacob.
"I guess Nessie walked the dog today," Rosalie muttured in a dusgusted voice.
Jacob grinned. "Aw c'mon Rosalie, I know you love me being here. I see you made it down the steps and being able to talk without falling this time. I'm proud of you."
Rosalie rolled her eyes at him and went to go sit next to Alice while Jacob walked off to the kitchen. I heard the fridge door open.
I sat next to mom, who was frowning at Rosalie when she said, "That mut needs to stop coming in here like he owns the place."
"Rose," mom said, "Jacob is welcomed here any time. You know that."
Dad scoffed. "That can be rearranged."
Mom glared at him. "You two just have to consider that Jacob is going to be part of the family soon, so you have to learn to like him."
"You don't even like the idea of it," Jasper noted.
"What are you guys talkig about?" I asked, confused.
Mom looked uneasy. "I'll tell you later."
Alice coughed, trying to hide laughter. Dad grinned and said, "That is exactly what I am talking about."
Mom, Jasper, Rosalie, and I were confused now. We waited for an answer.
Instead Alice shook her head and said, "That's not really what it means. Remember, it can change-which will be soon. I'm sure of it."
Dad tried not to frown and look at me, but he couldn't help it.
I knew what they were talking about: my future. Now that Alice was able to see my future, dad has made her keep tabs on me 24/7. I owe it all to grandpa Carlisle.