OMG I'm so sorry it took me so long to update. I had absolutely no idea where to go from where I left off. I'm trying harder to make sure I get time to write for this story 2. Thanks so much for all of your support. Here are some answers to many of the reviews.

Bella will eventually figure out who Edward is. I have that part planned. Hehe don't expect ne thing cuz its quite a twist. I think so ne way…

Jazz and Alice have met but no they haven't found each other to be their soul mates yet. Soon though

Okay thanks so much to all my reviewers!!! Keep it up and I will 2!!! ILY ALL!!


"So Jake, how have you been?" I knew he'd had a crush on me. I felt that I hadn't been to see him in so long.

"Fine." I could tell he was uncomfortable.

"Seen any young woman that you've taken a shine on?" He grimaced and shook his head no. I must have looked skeptical because he clarified,

"Nothing new anyway." Now it was my turn to grimace. I had thought he might have gotten over his crush on me.

"Ah." He blushed. He must not have wanted me to realize.

"Hey! I hear you have a new admirer!" He seemed half-hearted, as if he wanted to know yet didn't.

"We're just friends Jake." I knew it was true.

"Did you hear about the prince?" Jacob gossips like an old crone. I rolled my eyes at him.

"No. What did he do this time?" He looked nervous. I wonder why?

"He found himself a mistress!"

"What?!" That was not what I had expected to hear.

"Mh hmm. She's a servant too." No way! The prince and a servant?!

"Do you know who it is?"

"Well…" I held my breath. "Yes. But I'm not supposed to tell. I frowned at him.

"You got me all worked up for nothing!" I playfully slapped his arm and laughed. He laughed too.

"Your hair looks pretty that way." He spoke suddenly and I (of course) blushed cherry red.
"I should probably go Jake." I sighed. I had really missed him. He frowned; he obviously didn't want me to go. He surprised me when he said,

"Yes I suppose you should." I backed away.

"Bye Jake! I'll come see you again. Soon. I promise!" I waved and left.


"Your majesty!" I turned. Emmett was jogging towards me.

"Emmett. Is something the matter?" He was grinning from ear to ear.

"I just wanted to see how your day went with my little sister." I grimaced.

"Fine, why?" I was suspicious. "Did Isabella say something?" She must have been offended by my conduct.

"No, no. Nothing at all. It's only that when I met her to confront her about where she had been during the morning she glowed with the very mention of you." I tried to hide my smile of pleasure but it was like trying to hold the sun in the sky. "Did something go wrong though? She went to see Alice after you. She always goes to see her when there has been a problem." I flushed.

"Well, there was this one time. I was having a really hard time of…" I stopped. I was talking to the girl's brother for Heaven's sake! I couldn't tell him that I was having a hard time of keeping my lips off of hers! "…talking to her. I might have acquitted her presence too suddenly. I'm afraid that I might have offended her." He nodded thoughtfully (if that possible for him). "Is there a reason for concern?" I added jokingly.

"It was just that she also went to see Jacob." I froze.


Jacob was rubbing his horse down after a hard ride in the field.

"So what are your plans for tonight, Jacob?" He grinned.

"I'm dining with Emmett's little sister." I smirked. All he talked about anymore was that girl.

"And?" I prompted.

"And I'm going to ask for her hand in marriage." I stared at him incredously

"Really?" He seemed to like this girl but seriously…marriage was binding. He smiled and nodded his head.


"I thought they were fighting." I asked casually.

"So did I." He agreed. "Maybe she decided to forgive him." He better not hurt her like last time!

"Huh." Emmett stared at me curiously. "Well if you'll excuse me." I'll just go and check on her. That's it. Nothing more. No fighting. Nothing. Hah I'm not very good at lying, not even to myself. I snorted. Great, just great. I started off towards where Jacob spent most of his time, the courtyard.