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March 04, 2009
I'm a non-noctural female homo erectus that likes to write fanfiction in her waking moments.
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All trace of torment fled from my body the moment I thought of Jake. Of course. Jake was the one good thing that had been given to me after Edward had left, again, for the second time. But then...hadn't he been here all along? Each day Edward had been missing from my life Jake had reached out with his hands, as well as with his heart, and had taken a hold of mine without hesitation, without a second thought as to how it could have affected him. He didn't realize just how much that little deed had done for me, how even those small signs of affection had meant so much.
Emptiness. The one thing Bella thought she would never feel again - but she did. Edward has left for the second time, and for the same reasons he had before. He backed out of their plan once and for all and has refused to turn her into a living blood-sucking monster. Bella is miserable, and she is positive this time that she'll never again feel the touch of happiness. But with Jake still in her life to patch things up, maybe things won't be so bad after all. Edward may have had the power of an eclipse, but sun can shine through almost anything...including a shattered heart.
A story in which Jake finally gets his happy ending.
Special thanks to Anne Cullen for the banner!
Categories: Post-Eclipse Characters: Angela
, Other Character
Challenges: Series: The Bella and Jacob Chronicles
[Report This] Published:
January 18, 2009 Updated:
November 18, 2009
Reviewer: Darksideofthemoon Signed
April 02, 2009
Chapter 8: The Ups And The Downs
love it! keep writing!
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And I'll definitely keep writing, the next update should be posted soon!
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