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Author: RunWithJacobBlack PM
AU When Jade & her family move from Australia to Forks, Jade hates everything about the place, until, she meets Jacob Black. And now, her life is endanger & needs Jacob's protection. But will Jacob always be there to protect her? And who is Jade to Jacob?Rated: Fiction M - English - Supernatural/Romance - Jacob - Chapters: 14 - Words: 62,460 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 34 - Follows: 17 - Updated: 01-13-12 - Published: 10-23-10 - Status: Complete - id: 6419380
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Slowly I awoke from my warm slumber by the sound of footsteps coming closer to us. Though I hardly had any idea where I was and who was causing the footsteps. I just felt so different. I felt like I had just had the best dream ever and I didn't want to wake up and end it so soon. I hadn't ever felt this good in my life. It was such an unfamiliar feeling to me.
"What are you two doing out here?" a familiar voice asked. I half jumped as I heard the voice. Startled, my eyes flung open to look at Emily at the door of the veranda, looking to me. I suddenly remembered it was Jacob that was keeping me so warm. Once I realized that it was only Emily who had spoken, I started to relax again. I yawned and lent into his side as he sat up. His arm wrapped around me. I could feel his gaze on me before he answered Emily's question. "We locked ourselves out."
"Oh, but why didn't you just go in through the window?"
"Jade was wet, and cold."
Everything went silent then, apart from a slight sound of a door opening. I felt like I was in a dream when arms wrapped back around me. I smiled slightly, leaning into Jacob's embrace. He was just so warm, in more than just one way. He was like the sun. You felt better when he was around. He brightened your day to an extent that you thought was impossible.
I gasped awake suddenly, sitting up in my bed. I looked around the room quickly and then out my window, trying to find out what time it was. It felt like it had been days since I felt Jacob carry me back to my bed.
I took a few deep breaths, calming down. Something caught my attention on my right side. I looked over my shoulder, smiling and seeing Jacob lying beside me. He looked concerned. "Are you okay?" he asked, taking a stand of my hair and tucking it behind my ear.
I nodded, leaning back down beside him and wrapped my arms around him. "I'm fine. It just felt so late, that's all."
"It's only nine o'clock. Get some rest."
I smiled at the thought of sleeping the rest of the day, but then I remembered that I only had today and tomorrow left with Jacob before my family would be back. Now was no time to be sleeping in when I had limited time left with him. I truly didn't know what we were going to do once my family came back home. I knew my mother would freak out if she knew that we were even just friends, let alone to what we really were now. And I knew that if Katherine even got wind of it she would try her best to catch us and tell my mother or father, and Aaron would be just the same way, if not worse, and if he found out, that would mean my going to boarding school. There was no way we could be together once they came back.
I bit my lip wondering what to do after tomorrow. Either way, I wasn't going to give up on been with Jacob. He was my life now. Nothing was going to stop me from been with him, plus, I needed him. In so many ways, I felt like I needed him, and none of the reasons I could explain. I just had a strong feeling that I couldn't live without him, and I couldn't explain it for the life of me.
I sat up, looking down on him and smiling. He smiled sweetly back. His eyes were such a beautiful chocolate brown. They were so bright and full of light and love. He was so special.
"I thought you were sleeping?" he asked softly.
"No time for sleep. I only have today and tomorrow with you, so, I'm going to make it good." I held his gaze and lent down on him, brushing my lips over his slowly, playing around. His warm breath sent a chill down my spine and causing goose bumps to form over my skin. Damn it. I was still cold!
He chuckled slightly, moving quickly, so that he was leaning over me. I smiled under the touch of his lips. He just knew how to make me warm again, so easily. I wondered if it was just the fact I loved him that made me warm up so easily and quickly, or if it really was him and the warmth of him been a werewolf. Either way, it felt the same to me. I still loved him with all my heart.
"So, what do you want to do today?" he asked, looking into my eyes as my arms wrapped arm his neck.
"Anything as long as I am with you the whole day," I smiled.
He smiled at my response, kissing me softly again. He found my hand, entwined our fingers together and pulled me to my feet and into his soft embrace, where he kissed me again, before letting me go. I looked up to him, feeling my eyes shining. I wondered what he was thinking.
"Go and get warm in a shower and then we can go to La Push if you like? I'll be downstairs waiting for you," he said, while making my bed.
I smiled brightly, agreeing and ran to the bathroom and into the hot shower. The hot water felt so nice running over my cold skin, warming me farther than just skin deep. I stepped out of the shower, wrapping a towel around myself and ran into my room, getting dressed quickly into a black V neck short sleeve and jeans.
I ran downstairs and saw Jacob sitting in kitchen, in a chair pulled away from the dinner table, talking to Emily as she dished up cooked oats for breakfast. I had to say it smelt amazing, but that wasn't what caught my attention most. It was Jacob, of course. His bright smile, eyes, muscular body and arms . . . I shook my head, getting my next 'teenage' thought out of my head. We haven't even been together for twelve hours! I reminded myself. The things he did to me and the things he made me think were crazy. He had been making me go crazy from the moment I met him!
I turned slightly red in the cheeks and went and sat beside him just as Emily set down two bowls of our oats with honey drizzled over top. I ate it quickly, trying to keep my eyes on my food, instead of Jacob's gaze which seemed fixed on me. Every now and then, he would catch me watching him, before I turned my sight away and turned a little redder in the cheeks. Each time he caught me, I could see from the corner of my eye that he was smiling and shaking his head while looking down to his bowl.
It wasn't long until we had both finished and were outside in the steamy air. We slowly walked towards the road. I was surprised when he took my hand and entwined our fingers together again. I smiled, looking down to the glass below my feet as I walked. I squeezed his hand softly for a second and looked up to him.
"So, do you want to go to La Push by my motorbike?"
My eyes turned slightly wide at his words of a motorbike. I didn't know he owned a motorbike! I had wanted to ride one since I had been little. But still, I acted coy. "How else could we get there?" I asked softly. He chuckled lightly. I got the feeling he saw through my whole 'poker face' act.
"Well, I could always give you a ride on my back, if you wanted."
I looked up to him, not sure at first what he was going to say at first. He saw my surprised expression and smirked. "Of course there's always the problem of when we get to La Push, I won't have any clothes to put back on," he added coyly and smugly.
"I don't mind-" I turned blood red in the face, saying what I was thinking instead of saying what I meant. "I mean . . ." I looked up to him, suddenly his words sunk into my head. "Wait, why won't you have any clothes once you get there?"
He laughed loudly. He had set me up! Ugh! Jacob! Typical boy! "My clothes don't just disappear when I phase Jade. If I don't take them off, they get shredded."
"Oh. I guess that's fair enough, if you think about it." Now he was making me shy. Typical guy!
"And yet you still don't mind?" he teased, grinning.
I smirked, looking down to the grass again. "I didn't say that." I watched him from the corner of my eye, my gaze upon him protected by the shield of my long hair. His black tee shirt hugged his body nicely. I smiled shyly and looked away before he caught me staring at him again. I didn't know why, but I just seemed to stare at Jacob all the time. It was like my eyes were glued to him or something. I hadn't been like that with anyone before. Even male models and actors didn't seem to sum up to Jacob's looks.
When I looked up to what was in front of me, I saw a black shiny motorbike by the road. I looked to Jacob in wonder. His gaze caught mine and he smiled, before replying to my silent question. "Yes, that's my puppy," he said with humour, going over to its side and lifting it from its stand. I couldn't help but laugh at his reply.
I went over to the bike's side as he got on. I looked it over impressed. I had to say that it was a really nice motorbike. He smiled again and helped me on. I wrapped my arms around his waist tightly, leaning into his back as he started the engine.
"Hold on," he shouted over the sound of the engine. I nodded, holding his gaze for a moment and then lent back into him as he started to slowly drive down the street and out onto the highway. I held him tighter when he started to go faster. I started to wonder how long he had been driving motorbikes for. I was slightly nervous. I hadn't ever been on a motorbike before, nor I had I felt speed and the winds pass over me so quickly without tin and metal of a car not around me before. It was just the motorbike and the road between us. I was thankful that I trusted Jacob so much, otherwise I may have been screaming.
Who said that I wanted to ride a motorbike? Oh yeah, that was me. . .
I didn't take much notice to where we were going, until his bike started to slow. I looked up and around the place. It was all green, just like Forks. I could hear the ocean not far off. When I looked to my left, I saw an old wooden house with a big red shed just behind it. The shed was bigger than the house even.
The road turned to dirt as we drove up the driveway. I guessed it was Jacob's house. I didn't know that I was meeting is family today. I wondered what his mother was like and then I remembered that he had lost her when he was younger. That must have been really hard on him.
He pulled up just outside of the house and cut the engine. His hand softly brushed over mine as he looked back over his shoulder to me, smiling, like always.
"So, did you like the ride?" he asked sweetly.
"Sort of. I think I'll get used to it though. Is this your place?"
He nodded, looking down for a moment. I let go of him and he stood up and placed the bike back on its stand the second I got off. "Are your family inside?"
He turned around, sensing that I was slightly nervous no doubt. "No. My dad is hanging out with Bella's father, Charlie, and Rach is with her boyfriend. We got the whole day to ourselves. Would you like to see the beach?"
I smiled brightly and nodded. I loved the beach. I loved everything about the beach. The rock pools, the sound and smells of the ocean. Swimming, you name it, I loved everything about beaches. He took my hand tightly in his and walked down onto the road and towards the beach. I could hear it from the house and the sound only got louder and louder the closer we got.
There was thick, dense forest around the sides of the road. I wouldn't like to go into that forest at night alone. It looked like it was just the place a bear or big cat would live. For sure, I wasn't going to be going out into the forest alone anytime soon. I don't know what I was thinking the first day we had moved to Forks when I went out into the forest. I must have been brain dead to do something that.
It didn't take long before we were walking on the beach. It was beautiful. The ocean rolled in and out slowly and calmly. The sun shone down upon our shoulders. The air was fresh and lively, but wasn't cold. I liked it here.
I leant into Jacob's side as his arm wrapped around me, bringing me into his side. There were no words for what I felt for him. I just felt so loved, warm, protected and safe around him. It was like there was nothing in the world was going to touch me, as long as I had him by my side. I hoped that was how it was going to be forever. Him by my side, each and every day, none stop. I hoped he felt the same way.
We sat on the beach after a while, watching the waves roll in. He showed me around a few rock pools, showing me shells, fish and crabs that lived in the small pools of life. He picked me up a shell that glistened like a rainbow in the light from one of the rock pools. It was a fan shell, but it seemed different. It was white, apart from when it was in the sun. It was beautiful.
Once back at his place, I watched him as he somehow carefully made a hole at the top of the shell, just big enough for a leather necklace to go through it. He stepped up to my face and did up the necklace and stepped back, smiling differently to how he had been the rest of the day.
"What is it Jacob?" I asked in a faint tone.
He smiled again, stepping closer to me again, and looking deep within my eyes. "Do you know how beautiful you look, Jade? You're perfect," he said, still holding my gaze. I turned slightly red in the cheeks.
"Thank you Jacob, for everything. It means a lot to me."
His smile turned smug then. "No problem. Can I show you something in Forks? I found it last night."
"Of course," I beamed. He went back over to his motorbike and started the engine, while waiting for me. I ran to his side and climbed on, feeling more confident this time. Before long, we were out on the highway and then half way towards my house. He slowed a little as we came upon a path leading into the dense forest of Forks. Somehow he managed to get his bike up onto the footpath and slowly drove down the path.
"Wont this ruin your bike Jake?" I asked, trying to not notice the bumps in the path as we hit them.
"No. I installed some pressure holders so it wouldn't worry it off road."
I had no idea what he just said . . .
After a few more bumps and minutes, he slowed the bike again and cut its engine, letting it roll to a stop in the path. I looked around, seeing nothing but the green of ferns, trees, plants and moss. He took my hand and led the way through the bright green forest.
Ferns hung from trees above us, and occasionally dripped water on us as we passed. I saw a raven fly from one of the trees as we went. There wasn't much wild life out today. Misty rain started to fall when Jacob gripped my hand slightly tighter with his. I looked up to him, wondering what he was thinking.
The mist turned into rain quickly. The clouds now blocked out the summer sun and made it slightly cold. Jacob pulled me into his side the second he realized I was cold. My arms wrapped around him, loving the feeling of how warm he was.
Pushing some ferns to the side, it revealed a small manmade archway of rocks making a small bridge like scene in the middle of the path. Over top of the arch, all green ferns and plants grew thickly, making it blend into the green forest on the other side of the path. It looked like something out of a fairy-tale, where fairies would live, but it was big enough for three people to get in under.
I looked to Jacob smiling. "It's so pretty and cute Jacob."
"I thought you would like it. I thought that maybe it could be our own little place to come and hang out. No one else knows about it and it's not far from your house."
"It isn't?" I turned back around, looking at him slightly surprised. "No, follow the path five minutes and you get into your backyard. So it's also safe."
I smiled happily. He had done everything to make sure that I was safe, and that's how I felt too. Safe. I was thankful that I had found someone like Jacob. He was so caring and loving. He was everything that every girl in the world was looking for. Someone to protect you, love you, keep you warm . . . I rested my head on his shoulder, sinking into awe for what he had done for me and was making me feel. He kissed my forehead softly.
"Come on. Let's get out of the rain." He took my hand from around his waist and led me down into the cover of the bridge. It surprised me when the foliage around and above the rock bridge kept the rain off of us where the bridge ended on the opposite side of the path. The foliage behind us, leading into the forest made like a cave for us both to sit in while the rain passed.
We sat on the dry ground together, in slight darkness. I leant into his side again, loving the feeling of his arms wrapped tightly around me, keeping me close to him at all times. My arm wrapped around his neck, bringing him closer to me as I kissed him softly, holding our kiss before nipping his lower lip softly and pushed him back against the ground.
"Jade," he murmured softly and slightly breathless.
I pulled back giggling while looking down to him. "Sorry. I didn't mean to do that." I looked down at him in the dim light we were sitting in. His were darker than I could remember.
"Don't worry about it," he murmured. "Just try and remember that I am half animal," he grinned, sitting up and resting his hand softly on the side of my face as his kissed me slightly stronger than I had kissed him. His lips were so warm, soft and gentle, yet, passionate, strong and loving. I sighed at his every touch upon my lips. He pulled back, looking into my eyes, and ran the side of his hand down my face while holding my gaze. I loved his deep chocolate russet eyes. They were always so bright and warm. They always drew me in. There was just something about them.
He found my hand and helped me out from under the little bridge once the rain had stopped. We headed down the path and came to the edge of the forest, just before my back yard started. I heard noises and saw that my parents were already back. I gasped in shock and looked to Jacob. They shouldn't have been home so soon! They were supposed to be home tomorrow! I notice that his eyes were suddenly black when I looked him in the eyes.
"You go to go Jacob. They can't see you with me."
He shook his head, looking around quickly. "No. I'm not leaving you." His voice was dark and strong. His words were more like an order than anything else. What was with him suddenly? It was like he was a different person all of a sudden. It wasn't Jacob. It was his inner wolf taking over. But why was it taking over all of a sudden? Nothing was making any sense to me now.
"Jake, you got to go. I'll be in so much trouble if they see you."
"Don't care Jade. You're in danger. I can't just leave you."
"How am I in danger Jacob? That's my family." I let go of his hand and started to walk towards the house. I knew if Aaron saw that I was gone, he would instantly wonder where I was. But I couldn't get Jacob's words out of my head. I didn't understand what he meant that I was in danger. How was I in danger with my own family? I knew my family for crying out loud! But still, for some reason, I trusted him more than I trusted them. How was that? That didn't even make any sense to me.
I stopped, looking back over my shoulder to see Jacob had disappeared. At least he took my wish for them not to see him seriously. The last thing I needed was them seeing him. I would be shipped off the boarding school at the drop of a hat if they ever learnt of us.
I made my way around front and saw Miss Princess Katherine getting her zillion bags out of the car. Her long, straight, golden blond hair swayed in the wind as she moved. She wore a tight, thick steel chocker around her neck, with a black dress that showed far too much cleavage for anyone that wasn't a playboy model. Her nails were painted black – like they always were – and her eyes were done up like Taylor Momsen's, with far too much mascara on, which was typical for my sister. If you asked me, she looked like a Goth princess with golden hair. She got her golden hair from her father. Aaron's hair was similar to hers, though his was a fair blond.
Turning around at a sound behind me, I spotted Aaron coming down the stairs of the veranda and back to his black car. The second I saw his eyes, something reminded of Dan. His eyes were a light-ish yellow, almost white. They felt like they could shine right through you. His skin was pale white and his hair was combed back and almost was the same colour as his hair.
He held my gaze as he walked down the stairs. "Where have you been Jade?" he asked in a deep tone while walking to the car. Katherine looked up with fhearing her father's voice and looked to me sharply with killer eyes. If looks could kill, I thought before answering Aaron's question. "I was out hiking, looking around."
"Ah huh," he nodded. I didn't think that he believed me. "Why does the house smelt like wet dog?" he questioned. I raised an eye brow to his question. That didn't make any sense to me. I hadn't smelt wet dog.
"I don't know. I haven't smelt anything like a dog." I shrugged and went to go inside, but stopped dead when I heard a howling come from the mountains around us. I turned around swiftly, looking around. I knew it was Jacob howling out for me. I just wished that I knew what was wrong and what he was saying. I looked to both Katherine and Aaron as Jacob kept on howling. Aaron looked slightly worried, where Katherine was actually smirking.
Why was she smirking? Why would a wolf howling make her smirk? I wondered what she was thinking.
"Looks like we have a dog around here," Katherine smiled brightly, looking to her father.
Aaron's face changed to disgust, and I could have sworn that I heard a hiss come from him "I'll fix it tomorrow," he muttered darkly.
His words slowly sunk into my head and then fear and worry flooded me. I was fearful for Jacob's safety. I always knew that my so called father didn't really have that much of a love for animals; otherwise he wouldn't have just said what he had. Normally a naturalist love animals and lived their life with animals and for animals, Aaron on the other hand, only did it for the money and acted like he 'loved' animals to catch the lady's attention. Just because Aaron was married to my mum, didn't stop him loving other people. It really annoyed me that she accepted Aaron's cheating on her without really caring. She acted it over like she thought it was a normal thing for your husband to cheat on you.
I thought quickly to come up with an excuse for stopping Aaron from going out and looking for Jacob. I then remembered back to this morning when Jacob and I were walking on the beach. He told me about his tribe's legends. The Quileute tribe never hunted wolves because of the fear of killing one of their own members. People over La Push weren't allowed to hunt any wolf on the land. I thought I may have been able to use that law to my own advantage. My father wouldn't know the difference would he?
"N-no you can't. It's a law around here. You can't kill any wolves," I said quickly. Aaron looked to Katherine oddly before looking back to me. I shrugged my shoulders and went inside and upstairs. I saw my mother in her room, with bags on her bed, unpacking them quickly as she could.
I sighed, knowing her typical habit of unpacking her bags quickly. He had done it, yet again. I sat on the side of her bed, watching her. "He's done it again, hasn't he?" I crossed my arms, watching her. She nodded and moved faster, putting things into her draws.
"Why do you put up with it mum?"
"All men are the same Jade. They will all cheat on you."
I got thinking about Jacob then. I didn't think that all men were like my father, until my own mother said that they were. I was sure that Jacob, of all people, wouldn't be like my father. Jacob was protective of me. He loved me with a strong passion that was beyond belief. He wasn't like my father, cold, selfish and heartless. But I still couldn't help but wonder.
I got up and went to my room, closing the door behind me. I went over to my bedside table and picked up my phone before flopping back on my bed as I texted Jacob. I then wondered where Emily was. Either way, I had to text Jacob first. He was the one in danger.
Aaron's going looking for you now.
It was you who was howling, wasn't it?
It didn't take long before he texted me back. I wanted to call him and hear his voice again, but I knew that would only raise questions from whoever caught me talking to him and I didn't need that to happen.
I'm not surprised . . .
And yes it was. I was calling the others to watch over you.
Look Jade, you're not safe there. I'm outside, watching you. And I was warning them.
I want to see you later tonight, when your family's asleep. Well, when your mum's asleep anyway. . . I'll be outside of your room at midnight.
I love you, don't forget it. Xoxo
I read over his text for what felt like a million times. I didn't understand anything he had just said. None of it made any sense to me. What did he mean I wasn't safe? Of course I was. I was with my own family, wasn't I? And what did he mean by when my mum was asleep? I shook my head, confused.
I love you too Jacob. And I won't forget it. Trust me. I won't, ever.
I'll see you then. Xoxo
I sighed, turning off my phone and went down to the kitchen for dinner. My mums' cooking was nothing like Emily's. Emily's food was amazing. I didn't know how she did it at such a young age that Emily was. I was already missing Emily and Jacob greatly.
I pretended to go to bed at ten o'clock when my parents and sister went to bed also. Not long after my sister went to bed, I heard her sneak out of the house. I grabbed my phone and took a video of her running off into the night. One day it would serve me justice against her. I wondered what and where she was going at night around a place like Forks, when she knew no one in the town. As it was, I didn't even know anyone from Forks. I only knew Emily and Jacob, and both of them were from La Push.
For the next hour, I laid back on my bed, looking up to the ceiling, thinking deeply. Every now and then, I would look to my clock on my bedside table, to see how much longer Jacob would be. At the stroke of midnight, I heard a pebble hit my window. I got up silently and looked down to the ground to see Jacob standing outside, looking up to my window. I smiled down at him and quickly but quietly ran downstairs. I unlocked the door and ran outside into his awaiting arms.
I held him tightly as he sung him around in a small circle. I went to speak, but was kept quiet by his finger softly pressed against my lips. He pointed to my parents' room. I nodded and kissed his cheek softly. His arm kept around my waist as he led the way into the forest.
The moon was shining down brightly, lighting up everything within its path. The air was warmer to what it had been in previous nights in Forks. A light cloud covered the sky, and slowly passed over the moon and then disappeared again. I could see where we were going the moon was just that bright.
Before long, we were at our special place. "I missed you so much!" he murmured huskily, kissing me harshly with his arms tightly around me and then pulled away, looking into my eyes with his forehead pressed to mine. His fingers ran along the side of my face. I couldn't help but sigh in awe again. When I looked up into his eyes, I saw fear in them. I hadn't ever saw fear in Jacob's eyes before. I had saw worry, pain, anger, lust and love, but never fear.
My hand brushed down the side of his face, searching deeply in his eyes to what he was fearful of. "What's wrong Jacob?" I asked, kissing him again softly, wanting him to open up and confess everything that he was scared of. I hoped he would open up to me, and tell me everything that was on his mind. Some girls thought that by a guy keeping all their fears to themselves made them a man, for me, that was just a he man, which I couldn't stand. They acted tough, but they weren't. It was just like my father to act tough, not show his emotions and be a he man, but it didn't impress me. What impressed me was the fact that Jacob opened up most of the time. He said what was on his mind. He showed you that he cared. He listened to everything you had to say. He wasn't acting out anything that he wasn't and that was what I loved most about him. Him, been himself.
"Jade," he took a deep breath and didn't say anymore. I could feel that he was shaking slightly.
"Tell me Jacob. What's wrong? What happened this afternoon?"
He took a step back, but never broke our gaze. He bit his lip before speaking. "Jade, your father and sister are both vampires. That's why I didn't want to leave you. I don't feel that you're safe while they are around. I can't protect you here, from them. I can only protect you here with Dan. I can't protect you from them until they hurt a human. I'm scared Jade. I'm scared of what could happen to you before I can even try and protect you."
I shook my head in disbelief of what was happening. Suddenly my life went from having no vampires or werewolves to having nothing but vampires! What was going on? Why since I had moved to Forks was all this happening to me? Why couldn't I just have Jacob in my life and no one else? Why did things have to be so hard? Why couldn't it just be the two of us forever, without pain, fear and hurt coming into our lives? It just wasn't fair. "Is that why you weren't surprised that he wanted to hunt you?" I looked him in the eye, wanting the truth.
He nodded. "He knows about us, and so does Katherine. The difference between her and her father is that she likes werewolves, and he hates them."
"How do you know that?"
He stayed quiet for a moment and I started to wonder what had happened for him to know that my sister liked werewolves. I looked him in the eye and he turned away. I always knew that my father had done something he shouldn't have when my mother looked him in the eye and he looked away. "You didn't?" I could feel the tears coming into my eyes with each millisecond that passed.
He looked back to me. His eyes narrowing as he took a step towards me. "Jade. No. I didn't mean anything like that. Let me explain, please. I was trying to think what to say." His voice was soft as he wrapped his arm around me. I pushed him away. I wasn't going to be like my mother, accepting a cheater. He was acting just like Aaron did when he had been caught.
"Forget it Jacob! I thought you were better than that!" I went to walk away when he caught my wrist and pulled me into his body. He found my other wrist as I tried to get away from him, but he was just too strong for me to even try and think about fighting him. Once I stopped fighting him, his grip loosed from my wrists. He let me go altogether after a moment. I dropped to my knees. Weak with disappointment from what I knew he had done.
He lowered himself to my level and took my chin with his index finger, looking into my eyes and wiped the tears away. "Let me explain," he whispered in a light tone. "Katherine tried to seduce me, but it didn't work. I get the feeling she uses werewolves for what she wants, making them think that she loves them to make them do whatever she wants. I didn't do anything Jade."
I looked up into his eyes, searching for the truth. He was telling the truth. I could see it in his eyes. His eyes always spoke to me. I wrapped my arms around him, hiding my face into his shoulder as I sobbed. He held me tightly to him, kissing my temple softly.
"You wouldn't ever betray me Jacob, would you? You wouldn't ever cheat on me?" I looked up to him with tears in my eyes. He looked down to me. Confusion covered his eyes.
"No, I wouldn't. I would never hurt you like that Jade. I love you too much to hurt you. You mean everything to me."
I hadn't ever felt so happy to hear his words of truth and trust.
"You're scared of becoming your mum, aren't you?" he questioned.
I nodded and looked up to him. He kissed my forehead softly, running his thumb from my temple to my chin. "I'll love you forever Jade. Don't forget it please," he whispered, kissing me gently.
Made some graphics for you all!
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