Disclaimer: Everything and anything related to the Twilight saga belongs to Stephenie Meyer. This is a work of fiction based on her writings. No harm is meant by it. The idea for this story came from the novel Alphabet Weekends by Elizabeth Noble. The only similarity between this story and hers is the title and the idea of spending 26 weekends together using the alphabet, though her story is doing things like going to the ballet and shopping for furniture, while on the other hand my is X-rated. ^_^
"We should have never done this! I knew this would fuck everything up," Bella chastised, as Edward just stared blankly at her from across the bed.
They had set up the rules, she had implemented them—she had been the one to really enforce them strictly, but damn it all to hell, the rules were meant to be broken.
"What do you want me to say Bella? I have no fucking clue what you want me to say, so please…please don't act like I'm the bad guy! You were just a much a part of this, as I was. You agreed from the very beginning. I'm not the only one at fault here."
Bella wailed as she grabbed at the roots of her hair, muttering, "I knew it, I knew this would happen."
"There's only one letter left, Bella. Let's just finish what we started. After that, will see what happens," Edward whispered, walking up to her, bumping his shoulder with hers, trying to calm her down, but it didn't work; she was unbelievably tense.
He pulled the hat from the drawer, shook it twice, and handed it to Bella. They both knew what the letter was, but this was how the game was played since they first started four months ago.
"It's my turn," he muttered, taking a deep breath as he pulled up the rolled up loose leaf paper. Quickly pocketing the paper after reading it, he walked out of their apartment to prepare for Saturday, leaving Bella to fester alone with her thoughts.
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I hope you enjoy.