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I stared at Edward's complex figure. He looked angry and a little uneasy. I didn't want to even see Alice's expression, but I forced myself to look anyway. She had her hands placed on her skinny hips. My throat suddenly went completely dry. "Edward." My voice cracked uncontrollably. I reached out for him, but he pulled away slightly. "You know that I would never do this."
Edward's face was stone hard. He looked like he was thinking. "Alice. Why do you think Bella is sneaking around with Bella?" He asked, while not taking his eyes off me.
Alice glared at me. "Because. I found this…" She held up my bracelet that Charlie had given me for Christmas. "In our bed." She continued. "It was hidden."
I stared wide eyed at the bracelet. How did it get in Alice's room? I glanced down at my empty wrist. It was there just yesterday. "Alice… I wasn't. You guys have to believe me. I would never hurt you like this."
"Where's Jasper?" Edward asked.
"He went hunting." Alice replied. She looked me up and down before giving a face of disqust. "I can't believe that I trusted you, Bella. How could you turn on me? Jasper is my soul mate." Her tone grew stern. She walked towards me, so that she was right at my face. "Not yours."
I gulped at her anger. I gave a slight peak at Edward. He was looking at the floor. I couldn't believe this. It wasn't fair. How could they not trust me? Edward of all people. He has to know that I wouldn't do this. "Edward. You know that I didn't do anything with Jasper. Don't you?"
His face turned to pain. I watched my pinch the bridge of his nose to fight off the anger building up inside him. "I'm sorry, Bella." He slipped past us and went out of the room.
I stood there, stunned. How could he just walk out on me. I looked back at Alice. She looked like she was about to explode. Worse. She looked like she was about to bite me. "Alice, please. You have to trust me."
Alice shook her head. "How can I trust someone who goes behind my back?" She too, walked over towards the door. Without thinking I reached out and grabbed her arm. "Alice please. I would never do this. Why can't you just trust me? You know that I wouldn't do this! I know that you know."
Alice stopped. She looked at me intently for a few minutes. Her eyes traveled down to the floor. "Get out." She whispered, her face looked like it had a hint of pain in it.
"What? Alice…" She cut me off. "Get out. Now." She said, with more authority.
I nodded slowly. I had to hold my breath to keep from letting a sob escape my mouth. I reached out to Edward's couch and grabbed my jacket. Slowly, I slipped past Alice and out towards the staircase.
"Bella? Sweetie are you alright?" Esme asked, as I finished down the stairs. I nodded, trying to hide the pain on my face. I watched her eyes travel up to the top of the stairs. I too looked up in that direction. Alice was standing at the top with her arms folded across her chest.
"Did you two have a fight?" Esme asked, nether of us in particular. She waited for an answer, but there was no reply. "Alice?"
I couldn't stand this anymore. Alice wanted me to leave. Edward didn't believe me. And now all of the Cullens would hate me. Once Alice speaks her thoughts to everyone, it'll be over. They'll probably just think I'm a dirty tramp.
I pulled open the front door to go. I wasn't watching where I was going, so I ran face forward into Rosalie. She glared at me when I looked up. What did I do to her? I tried to search my thoughts. Had I said anything mean to Rosalie today? No.
"What it, Rose. She might try and sneak around with Emmett." Alice called.
Rosalie didn't take her eyes of me. Her glare was becoming intent. "I know." She spoke between clenched teeth.
I gasped and pushed past her. I ran out to their driveway. I need to get out of here. My heart stopped when I couldn't find my truck. Where was it? I hit myself in the head. Edward picked me up. This was just great. When I turned around to glance back at the house, Rosalie and Alice were still watching me. Glaring.
I guess I'm walking home. "Great." I walked down to the end of the driveway. When I reached the main road my heart started racing rapidly. There was so much on my mind. I needed to just get home. I went to cross the street when a set of headlights blinded me. I looked at the car before seeing nothing, but darkness.