Disclaimer: I don't own any of the characters.

Warnings: Rated M. Take this rating seriously. NO FLAMES…if you have constructive criticism, that is welcome, if you don't, get over yourselves. If you don't like it…stop reading it. Easy enough.

A/N: This will be an Emmett/Bella story. She was never with Edward, and she doesn't have any feelings for him. Emmett was never with Rosalie. The pairings are: Emmett/Bella, Jasper/Alice, Carlisle/Esme, Edward/Rosalie. ALL HUMAN!!!! All Points of View will be Emmett or Bella.


BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! I groaned and threw my arm out from under the covers, feeling around on my nightstand for the irritating source of the even more irritating sound. I smacked it several times, but it wouldn't shut up so I grabbed it and threw it across the room. Finally, blissful silence. I buried my head into the pillow and was just about to drift off to sleep when Alice landed on my bed. I yelped and sat straight up. I heard her giggle and I growled at her.

"Alice, you scared the HELL out of me," I snapped.

"Well, you should have gotten up with your alarm clock," my pixie of a sister said, laughing again.

"You're a pain in the ass, Ali," I told her.

"You need to get up Emmett. We're going to be late if you don't get ready."

"I don't wanna go," I whined, pulling the covers back up over my head.

"You have to Emmy," she said, pulling them back down. This was a daily battle. I hate school. "If you don't get up, I'm going to get Edward to help me." Damn her threats.

"Ali," I whined. "Five more minutes, please."

"NO!" she yelled. "Emmett, I'm going to count to three, and if you don't get your rear end out of this bed, I'm going to get Edward. One…" I yanked the covers over my head and did my best to ignore her. "Two…" Her voice was getting more deadly. "Three! EDWARD!" A moment later my younger brother came in the room. He and Ali are twins, but Edward is much calmer than she is.

"Emmett, when are you going to learn to just give in to her? It would make your life a lot easier," Edward sighed. I grumbled but did not come out from under the covers.

Ice fucking freezing cold water came down on my head. I yelped and sat straight up, shaking my head. I heard Alice give a little shriek and jump away from me. "Asshole," I muttered.

"Sorry, Em, but you know how she is."

"Yeah, I know. Will you two just get out so I can get ready?" I capitulated, throwing the covers completely off.

"EMMETT WHY DIDN'T YOU WARN ME YOU WERE ALMOST NAKED?" Alice demanded at top level. I smirked in her general direction.

"Ali, I'm wearing boxers. It's not my fault you can't seem to leave well enough alone." She dashed out of the room, yelping about how she was scarred for life and would never be able to burn the image from her brain. Edward chuckled.

"I don't get it," I said. "She's seen me in my boxers before."

"Um, Em, it was more the position your boxers were in than the boxers themselves."


"She saw what boxers are supposed to hide," Edward elaborated a bit.

"Oh." I started to laugh, a booming sound that echoed throughout the room. "I'm going to take a shower. I'll be ready in fifteen minutes."

I went into my bathroom and got into my shower, washing quickly before drying off and going back into my room. I opened my dresser drawers and pulled out a pair of jeans and a t-shirt, pulling them on and finding a pair of socks—Ali matched them up for me so I could wear matching ones—and pulled on my sneakers. I retrieved my sunglasses and cane and walked downstairs. Everyone else was already in the kitchen and I could hear Jasper and Rosalie as well. Jasper is my best friend and has been since he stood up for me in the first grade when I moved here and the other kids made fun of me for being blind. I've been blind since birth. Jasper is also Alice's boyfriend. Rosalie is Jasper's twin sister and Edward's girlfriend. Jasper, Rose, and I are all seniors, and Edward and Alice are juniors. The five of us are a group, but sometimes it's awkward not having a girlfriend when the rest of the group is paired up.

"Hey, everyone," I said as I walked into the kitchen. I stepped towards the table and my foot caught on something and I fell forward. "Shit!" I cursed as I threw out my arms to stop my fall.

"Emmett, are you all right?!" everyone cried out, rushing forward to help me up. Edward and Jasper grabbed my arms and hauled me up.

"Thanks," I said, mentally checking myself over to make sure I wasn't hurt.

"Emmett, do you need medical attention?" my father, Carlisle, asked. He's a doctor at Forks Hospital.

"No, I'm fine. What did I trip over?" I asked.

"My backpack," Rosalie spoke up. "I'm so sorry, Emmett. I shouldn't have left it there."

"It's all good. Shit happens," I told her.

"Emmett, watch your language," Esme, my mom, warned me.

"Sorry, Mom." I sat down at the table and grabbed a piece of toast.

"Hurry and eat, Emmy," Alice said, "or we're going to be late for school."

"With the way you and Edward drive, Pixie, we could leave five minutes before class started and still be on time," I snorted. She giggled but didn't deny it.

On the way to school, Alice told all of us that she heard Chief Swan's daughter from Arizona would be arriving at Forks High today. No one knew much about her.

I made my way to my first class, but it was slow going this morning—I had realized when I left the house this morning that I'd forgotten my cane—but I finally made it there. The morning passed slowly, but the entire population of Forks High was buzzing about the new girl—Bella Swan. I made it to lunch and sat down with Ali, Jasper, Edward, and Rose. Ali usually brought lunch to me. Navigating through the crowded cafeteria with a tray full of food is disaster waiting to happen.

"Emmy, have you met the new girl yet?" Alice asked as she plopped a tray full of food in front of me.

"Isn't she a junior?" I asked, biting into my sandwich.

"Yeah, and she's really sweet! She's in two of my classes and she's in Edward's biology class."

"Ali, I probably won't have her in any of my classes. Where else would I meet her?" I pointed out.

"I could introduce you," she said. I knew that tone of voice.

"Alice Cullen, don't even think about it," I warned. "Do not try to set me up on another date."

"But Emmett, she's perfect for you," she protested.

"No, Alice." I set about eating my lunch and ignoring my little sister's pleas for me to allow her to set me up with the new girl. I had attempted dating but every girl at Forks High treats me like an invalid half the time—it makes dating them hell. I'm a big guy—I work out a lot—but they still act like I'm not a whole man. It's depressing.


The week flew by and before I knew it, it was Friday and the bell rang to let us out of school. I walked out to Edward's Volvo with Edward and Rosalie, and we were waiting for Alice and Jasper. Jasper got there soon, but I didn't hear the Pixie chirping.

"Where's Ali?" I asked him.

"She's bringing Bella to your house for a sleepover tonight—Rose and I are going to be there too—so she's riding with her to make sure she can get there," he answered.

"Oh. I didn't realize she'd gotten so close to the new girl."

"Well you would have known if you didn't change the subject every time her name was mentioned," Edward pointed out.

"Shut up," I muttered, getting into the car.

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