SUMMARY:

(Sorry if it doesn't sound good. We absoultly suck at summaries, tehe).

Bella and her sister Rosalie move to Los Angeles, where there father Charlie, a famous director, is filming a couple of movies around the area. They attend and live at an academy up in Beverly Hills, CA. Away from home. Bella and Rose meet Alice Cullen, their roomate. They soon find that the three of them have a lot in common. One major thing they had in common were that they were all shopaholics. Alice introduces Bella and Rose to her other siblings, Emmet and Edward. Bella encounters a few conflicts between the popular girl, Tanya Denali over Tanya's boyfriend, the Edward Cullen (Which Bella has already caught a glimpse of on her first day). Bella wants nothing to do with Edward, even if she thinks he's unbelievably gorgeous, but he won't leave her alone. Tanya comes in and threatens Bella. With all this drama going on, will Bella be able to handle it? Will she fall in love with Edward Cullen along the way?

We told you we suck at summaries! Lols.

Well anyway, enough with the chitchat. Here's our first chapter and we hope you enjoy it!

We arrived at the academy a few hours later. It was a mixed boys and girls school. Rosalie was excited because our last academy was only an all girls school. She claimed she couldn't live another day without seeing a boy. That was typical Rosalie.

Charlie, our father a.k.a one of the famous directors, sent us here in a limo with all our luggage carried in an SUV which just showed up behind us. Turns out, we were the only ones making a grand enterance. The second we came out of the limo, everyone stopped what they were going and looked at us, their jaws dropped.

"What?" Rosalie hissed.

They shook their heads and continued what they were doing. I couldn't help but laugh at their faces when Rosalie hissed at them.

Our driver, Gustav (a really good friend of the family) had wished us goodluck at our new school. And drove off. Our other family friend, Charles, had already unloaded the SUV with our luggage on the sidewalk. "Take good care girls." He smiled as he drove away.

Rose and I grabbed our bags and made our way to our dorms. Everyone was looking at us. It was quite uncomfortable. Rose even got a few numbers from the guys.

We went up the elevator to floor 6. Our room number was 106. We passed by a few doors reading the numbers. "101, 102, 103...105..."

"106!" Rosalie shrieked. "We're here!"

She unlocked the door and we threw our luggage in. We took a moment to look at the room we would be living in until we graduated. The walls were painted a nice shade of blue. There was a small kitchen on our left side. With marble counters and a silver refrigerator. There were two white sofas with red pillows on top in front of the kitchen. And a big plasma screen hung on the walls. On our right was a hallway that lead to the bathroom, which was as big as our room, and three bedrooms.

"If the kitchen, the living room and our bathroom looks like that, I wonder what our bedrooms would look like." We looked at eachother and ran to a room.

My eyes widened in amazement. The room I was in was painted a light shade of red. Not to bright and not too dark. There was white carpet, a mini fridge, a plasma screen hung on one of the walls, two bean bags in one corner, a desk, and the best part- the most comfortable queen sized bed I have ever layed on! But why was I so surprised? The academy was rich. Everyone here was wealthy, including me and my sister.

"Oh my God Bella! I love this place!" Rosalie shouted from the other room. I ran to her room and it looked the same as mine except the walls were painted a hot pink and the comforters matched it. We ran to the next room which was in the middle of ours and the walls were painted a light green.

"Honestly, I have to admit, this is the nicest looking academy we've ever been to." I said.

"True say. Come on, let's unpack!"


After two hours we finally unpacked everything. It was now a Friday night and we didn't start classes until Monday morning. Rose and I compared our schedules.

I groaned. "What?" she said.

"I have math first period, then science, lunch, biology, drama then gym."

I wasn't a fan of any of my classes besides lunch, drama and gym. I enjoyed drama very much. I wished to pursue my career as an actress. Gym, I didn't mind. I was good at most sports and running. Volleyball, basketball and soccer were my best.

"What do you have?"

She shrugged. "Science, drama, chemistry, lunch, art and gym." She clapped.

"We have the last period together!" we said in unison.

"What time do classes start?" We both looked at our sheets as we groaned in unison. "8!"

"When does it end?"

"2:45."

"Not bad." I said.

"But still, I hate school! I can't wait to graduate."

We both sighed. "We're almost there Rose."

"Come on, let's go grab some dinner."


We walked out of the building with a map in our hands. Campus was a lot bigger than it looks. Rose held out the map in front of her, not knowing where she was going. "Where the hell is the cafeteria?" she hissed.

I looked around and heard Rose let out a shriek. I turned around to see her on the ground, flat on her butt.

The brunette who bumped into her panicked. I looked at her carefully noticing she was wearing an Abercrombie & Fitch tank with denim short shorts and black flats. Not to mention the purse she was holding. It looked quite expensive. "Oh my gosh! I'm so sorry! I'm really sorry! Are you okay?"

She helped Rose up. "Yeah I'm fine, it's not your fault. I wasn't watching where I was going. This map is so huge!" She laughed.

"My name is Angela, are you new here too?"

"Yeah," I said. "I'm Bella and this is my sister Rosalie. We're just heading out to dinner but we're having trouble finding it." I blushed in embaressment.

"Oh, nice to meet you both. Well, I have a friend who showed me around so, I could show you guys around too." She shrugged.

Rose and I exchanged looks. "Sure."

We walked around campus as she showed us the buildings where our classes would be. Turns out I had math class with her and Rose had chemistry with her.

"...and finally," we stopped infront of a place that looked like a mall's foodcourt. "the foodcourt." She ended.

"There's no cafeteria?" I asked, confused.

She chuckled. "I know, that's what I thought too. Well I gotta get back to my dorm, hope you guys enjoy the rest of your weekend here. See you on Monday!" She waved.

"She's nice." I mumbled.

"Yeah, real helpful too." Rose added.

"So what's it going to be?"

I looked around at the many food stands there was. There was small Italian resturant in the far back. "How 'bout Italian?" I suggested.

"Sounds great."


The Italian resturant was unbelivably delicious! It was the best resturant we went to in years. We decided to walk around campus to get familiar with it before we headed back to our dorms.

I couldn't help but stare at the beautiful bronze haired boy ahead of us. I knew he was untouchable because he was locking lips with this strawberry blonde girl. I take it they were a couple. Obviously... but, he was so... gorgeous! His pale skin, his muscular arms... and from the looks of it, his eyes were green. I sighed. He was the most beautiful boy I have ever seen in my entire life.

"I guess we should head back now. It's getting pretty late."

I took my eyes off of the bronze haired boy. "Yeah, okay. Let's go." I wondered if I would ever get the chance to meet him one day. But what was I thinking? A girl like me and a guy like him... come on! I wouldn't stand a chance. I sighed. If only I was pretty like the rest of the girls on campus.


When we got back to our dorm we found out we had another roomate. She was in the green painted room, organizing her clothes when we first saw her.

She calmly but, eagerly danced to Rose and I. "You must be Isabella and Rosalie Swan!" The tiny pixel-like girl hugged the both of us. As if we've already been best friends for a long time. I couldn't help but chuckle.

"Call me Bella." I smiled.

"And I prefer Rose."

"Oh, I'm sorry. I'm Alice, your new roommate." She grinned.

"Hello." Rose and I said.

I looked at the tiny girl standing infront of me again. She was pretty to the extremes. Her hair was jet black and short. Her layers pointed out in every direction. She had really nice blue eyes. She looked like someone we could get along with. "I could tell we're going to become great friends." She bounced.

"So were are you from?" I asked, trying to make conversation.

"My family and I moved up here from Forks, Washington." she said. "What about you guys?"

"We're from New York." I smiled.

"Ah, New York. I love going shopping there."

"Oh I know! Isn't it amazing? But I would say the best would be shopping in Buffalo." Rose joined in.

"Um, excuse me? I think we all know that the best place to go shopping is right here in Beverly Hills."

Rose raised her eyebrow at me. "We haven't even gone yet."

"Yeah well I heard stories about it. We'll go tomorrow."

Alice threw her arms around us again. "OH MY GOD! WE'RE ALL SHOPAHOLICS! WE SHOULD DEFINITELY GO TOMORROW!" she clapped her hands together.

She was very... cheerful. But in a way, I liked this Alice girl. "Sure," I yawned. "Well I'm going to call it a night. See you two in the morning." I went straight to the bathroom, brushed my teeth and jumped into my PJs.

Tomorrow was going to be a brand new day. I was glad Rose and I made two new friends already. Angela and Alice.

I couldn't help but think of the bronze haired boy I had seen earlier. Don't push it Bella. You're not worth it. My consious was right. What would a girl like me be doing with a guy like him? Ugh! Why would I even bother to think?

I slept very well and didn't wake up until noon the next day.


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