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July 06, 2009
Hello! My name is Melanie, and I'm a Twilight addict.
I found Twilighted in June, 2009, and have spent several hours a day here since. I am in awe of the talent showcased here and eternally grateful to have more Edward and Bella stories to escape into.
Although it is not my current profession, I love to write (aside from my apparent allergy to proper comma usage *lol*). This site has inspired me to begin my own Twific, but I'm also working on an original work of fiction which can be viewed on my website.
Thanks for visiting!
When Bella moved to Forks, she thought her biggest problems would be finding a job, buying a car, and surviving highschool. Until one day, she begins working for the dashing Dr. Cullen and spots a lonely boy in a photograph who inexplicably calls to her cautious heart and leads her into a world of myth she can scarcely comprehend.
For the past century, Edward has lived a sort of half-life. Gifted with immense power, but forever alone, he has come to loathe his very existence. A vision of a beautiful girl holds promise of a better future, but how could he ever claim to truly love her if he is willing to corrupt her soul?
She's afraid of rejection. He's afraid to commit. Will it take a tragic accident to prove that love can both create and heal the deepest wounds?
This is a re-telling of Twilight centered around the assumption that Alice DID predict the fateful meeting in Biology. I have tried hard to maintain the integrity of the central characters, so we do have insecure Bella and angsty Edward, but the plot will take us to very different places.
All canon pairings. Some characters slightly OOC. Told from alternating Bella/Edward POV's in each chapter. Rating is for language, violence, and mature themes in later chapters.
, Twilight Characters: Alice
, Other Character
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August 06, 2009 Updated:
February 10, 2010
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