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Her Perspective by RachelAnn
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Summary: Anna Swan is the girl everyone loves. She is mature, responsible, caring, and she loves her father more then anything. The series starts in Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer, and is retold through Anna's eyes. Bella, Anna's twin sister, is coming back home to Forks, Washington, after their mother got remarried. Anna hasn't seen Bella since they were in diapers, and is obviously too long ago for Anna to remember anything about Bella. There is one thing that she does know though, Renee loved Bella more then she ever would love Anna. When Renee left Anna and Bella's father, Charlie, the girls were only months old. She took Bella and moved the two of them to California, leaving Anna alone with her father. Anna hasn't spoken to her mother in years, and having Bella around is bringing back feelings and thoughts that she thought she had finally overcome. Now not only is Bella back in her life, but she is taking everything away from her. Her father is only focused on getting the daughter he once had, back and not caring about the one he already has. Her friends are tugging Bella left and right, the new girl in town was more interesting then the one they've known since preschool. Not only is Bella fitting in with Anna's friends but also now she spends all of her time with the Cullen family, one of the most popular families in Forks.
Categories: AU, Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn
Characters: Bella, Carlisle, Charlie, Edward, Embry, Emily, Emmett, Esme, James, Jasper, Jessica, Laurent, Quil, Renee, Rosalie, Sam, Victoria
Parent Series: None
Stories: 0
Series Type: Closed



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