Disclaimer: I don't own Twilight or any of the characters, I just like playing with them.


"Alice, please tell Edward I love him, and that I'm sorry, but I just can't live without him in my life."

It had been a couple months since I laid eyes on my dearest friend, Bella Swan, but there she was, right in front of me. My brother had forbidden me from looking for her future, but sometimes the visions just come to me anyway.

Bella was bent over a desk, writing letters, there were tear stains on the paper. Another flicker and I saw the glint of a knife in the sun. Then Bella in white, wading out into the river, the water turning red around her, and in an instant she was gone.

Jasper's arms caught me as I collapsed to the ground in grief. Silent sobs heaved, but the tears wouldn't flow. I would never forgive Edward for breaking her heart, for going against his promise, for forcing her to this. There had only ever been two options, in all the visions I'd had of her future. Removing ourselves from her life had only served to eliminate one of those choices.

Strong arms gripped my shoulders and shook me hard. "Alice! What is it, whatever it is, please tell us."

I was finally able to focus, and my entire family, save Edward, was gathered around me waiting to hear what horrible thing I had seen.

"Bella..." I whispered. "We have to find Edward, we have to stop her. I don't know how much time we have. We have to go to Forks. NOW!" I screamed with desperation.

Carlisle demanded to know what I saw, and I told him. The same desperation swept through their faces. We may have promised Edward we'd stay out of her life, but we couldn't let her do this.

Our father sprang into action. "Alice and Jasper, you will come with me, we'll run to Forks. It's faster than dealing with weather and flight schedules. Esme, Rose, Em, do everything in your power to find Edward."

We ran upstairs and grabbed our backpacks we kept packed for emergencies, and took off out the door. We ran as if our lives depended on it. We should be there tomorrow, and all I could do was pray we made it in time.