First attempt at an irregular pairing-hope it works out. I do realize that this story is pretty OOC but if you don't like it you don't have to read it-but I do hope you like it. :D Please read and review and I hope you like it.

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Playlist For Chapter:

Public Warning-Lady Sovereign

Lose It All-Rush Of Fools

Renegade-Styx

Chapter 1--Meow Mix

"Military school is gay," Rose said with a pout as she picked apart her perfectly good chocolate chip muffin. I'm going to have to have that wasting delicious food talk with her again.

"One: 'gay' is not a proper adjective," I said as she rolled her eyes.

"But Chris says-"

"-Just because your brother is gay-and says that-doesn't mean it's right," I interrupted with narrowed eyes. I really do love Chris though-he's one of my best friends to be perfectly honest but he's in college now and blah, blah, blah. School sucks. "And two: you still get to see your man on weekends," I said, wrinkling my nose slightly.

"But that's not enough. I miss him," she whined. You see, Edward and Rose have basically been inseparable since they met two years ago-well, as inseparable as the two of them could be. They met two summers ago at some park in Seattle and always see each other on the weekends and over holidays and all that jazz. But Rose's main problem is that he has to attend a boarding military school during the week and is only allowed out during weekends or other special occasions.

"Then just go visit him," I muttered, rolling my eyes.

Rose gasped, a smile lighting her face. "That's brilliant!" she exclaimed suddenly, her entire face lighting up. "We're still out for two weeks-we could totally plan a last summer before our last year of high school trip! Our parents will totally buy it and I'll get to see Edward!" she said happily.

"Hold on-what's with the 'we'?" I asked with a raised eyebrow. I'm not the one with a super hot boyfriend locked in military school.

"You and me. Come on Bella, you know you're better at the whole 'breaking and entering' thing than I am," she said with a pout.

"That was the only time I had ever demonstrated those skills to you and you swore not to make me unleash them again," I warned with a stern look. I'm more dangerous than I look. Aha…yeah right.

"Please Bella, please! I need this! And I'm not going to stop bugging you until you agree to come," she said determinedly. "It'll be easy. We'll drive down in your truck, stay with Chris, and you'll get to look at all the eye candy at the camp while I only have a limited-but not unappealing-supply," she said.

"That's all I get out this?" I asked with a raised eyebrow.

She bit her lip. "You can tinker with my car," she offered up, a tortured expression on her face.

"Whoa, you are desperate," I said in surprise. She never let's anyone touch her car but her-not even me. I would be insulted if I hadn't known her for so long and felt the same way about my truck. "Fine," I sighed. "I'll go with you and I won't tinker," I said, allowing Rose to let out a quick squeal as she hugged me.

"I'm going to go talk to Mom and Dad and you should probably let Renee know-not that she'll really give a flip as long as you have your phone-but you know what I mean," she said nonchantly before darting out of the room. Here we go.

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TWO DAYS LATER!

"Open this damn door Chris!" Rose yelled for the fourth time, pounding on the white door with her fist as random stranger walked by us in the hallway and stared.

"Hold on woman!" I heard Chris' muffled yell from the other side.

"Chris, on the count of three Bella is going to kick down the freak'n door," Rose said suddenly. "One…"

"I'm wearing my combat boots," I added significantly.

"Two…"

"They're the ugly ones you hate."

"Three…"

"They're going to leave scuffs on the door," I said, just before it swung open revealing a very irritated Chris, a white towel hanging over his shoulder as his hair dripped on the floor.

"Do you two always have to be early?" he asked with narrowed eyes as we walked into his obscenely large apartment complex.

"Yes. We do-it's part of our charm," Rose said with a smirk as she dumped her bags on the floor.

"Yeah. Charming. That's definitely the word I had in mind," Chris muttered blandly as he pulled a shirt over his head.

"You know you love us," Rose said easily.

"Hey, where's this wonderful roommate we've heard so much about?" I asked curiously. The way Chris described her I would've thought she'd be bouncing around the living room and firing off multiple questions the second we walked through the door.

"She'll be here anytime now. You'll both love her. She's a great designer-if I was straight…," he trialed off, nodding to himself.

I rolled my eyes. "I thought she had a hot boyfriend?" I asked him, remembering that phone call. He had called me, at three in the morning, to put me on speaker phone with his roommate to discuss with me how hot her boyfriend is. Yeah. That was a fun time.

"She does, look at him," he said, tossing a picture frame that was sitting on a shelf at me. I caught it with a little trouble and looked down to find a beautiful girl with spiky black hair curled against a gorgeous guy with honey blond hair and bright blue eyes.

"He's alright but…," I trialed off, shrugging.

"Is anyone your type?" Chris asked with a sigh.

"Yeah. She likes the rugged but secretly a sweetheart mama's boy who doesn't exist," Rose said, emphasizing the last point loudly as she gave me a pointed look.

"You can always tell how a guy will treat you by how he treats his mother," I said indignantly. It's true.

"I thought it was how they treated their dog," Chris muttered, confused.

"It really doesn't matter though, does it? Because apparently," I said, giving Rose a wide-eyed, pointed look. "I'm going to be alone, living with thirty cats when I'm older," I said.

Rose scowled at me. "I'm just saying you're pushing it by waiting so long for the 'right guy,'" she said, using air quotes.

"Edward," Chris and I coughed at the same time as Rose glared.

"Different," she declared, throwing a pillow at me.

"Same," I said, chucking it back at her.

"Different."

"Same."

"Different!"

"Same!"

"I want chicken, I want liver! Meow Mix, Meow Mix, please deliver!" Chris sang the cat food jingle loudly, trying to drown out our fighting just as the door opened and the beautiful girl in the picture walked in.

"What's going on in here?" she asked with an amused grin as Rose and I both looked at her and Chris stopped covering his ear. I threw the pillow back at Rose since she wasn't looking and it smacked her in the face.

"Bella, I'm going to kill you!" she exclaimed as I laughed.

"No way! You guys are here! I mean, I know you're here but I wanted to be here when you actually got…here," she said, sounding like she lost track of what she was trying to say half way through, staring off with a confused look on her face as her eyebrows knitted together. "Anyways, I'm Alice," she said, smiling at both of us brightly.

"I'm Rose and this is Bella," Rose introduced easily.

"It's really nice to meet you guys, I've heard so much about you," she said, giving each of us a quick hug. "So…Chris wouldn't tell me the specifics but…why are you really here?" she asked with a raised eyebrow.

Rose and I both shared a mischievous grin and filled her in on our master plan.

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LATER THAT NIGHT-1:04 P.M.

"Chris, you're staying in the truck," Rose whispered as she, Alice, and I hopped out of my truck. Turns out, Jasper goes to the same military school as Edward and Alice practically begged us to let her come with. We could always corrupt one more innocent.

"Why do I always have to watch the truck?" he asked with a scowl.

"Because if worse comes to worse we can always flirt with the officers," Rose said easily, gesturing to us three girls. It was true-no matter how much I would like to skip that-even if worse did come to worse.

Chris snorted. "You know I could do that too-and I'm way better at it than Bella," he scoffed easily as I glared at him.

"Yeah, but I don't think they exactly play for you team-if you know what I'm talking about," I said with narrowed eyes.

He glared. "Touché," he allowed. "But someday…," he trailed off certainly as I rolled my eyes and shut the door.

"Alright, we're going to have to climb this wall-neither of you are wearing high healed shoes, are you?" I checked nervously. Because if Rose did that again I'll have to murder her.

Alice bit her lip sheepishly and I suppressed a groan. "Sorry," she whispered.

"It's okay, Rose and I will help you up first," I said, leading them over to the shadowed part of the ten foot high brick wall. I crouched down and locked my fingers together, Rose doing the same opposite of me as Alice gingerly stepped in them, making sure we were just grabbing the toe of her stilettos. We hoisted her up with gritted teeth and in no time she was straddling the top of the wall, looking down at us. "Alright Rose," I said, trying to hide my grimace. This is going to suck.

Rose's-thankfully-sneaker clad foot stepped into my hand and I quickly pushed her up, trying to ignore the fact that-while she didn't weight all that much-she still weighed more than Alice. "Here you go Bells," Rose whispered, dropping a rope down to me. I grabbed it, wrapping it once around my right hand and then grabbing onto it tightly with my left one. Rose and Alice jumped on the other side of the fence the pulled on the rope, helping lift me upwards as I tried to scale the wall. It wasn't that hard but it was still pretty rough-it's not like we do this often.

I finally pulled myself to the top of the fence and then let myself drop to the ground on the other side, stumbling slightly as I hit the ground. Ow. "Now what?" Alice asked us quietly.

"Well, you two better know exactly which freaking bunks your boyfriends are sleeping in or I'm going to kill you slowly and painfully," I whispered.

"Jeez, calm down. Edward and Jasper are both in three," Rose said with a wave of her hand, leading us calmly through the camp as if she's been here a million times. I mean, she has been here plenty of times during their dumb little ball things but whatever. "Edward sleeps right under this window," she whispered as the three of us crouched low to the ground.

"Water bottle," I whispered, holding out my hand to Alice who instantly put one in my hand. The both crawled on their hands and knees after I motioned for them to do so and I hopped up, carefully pulling the window open. I leaned inside, immediately greeted with loud snores and the smell of slight B.O. Awesome.

I looked down and there was Edward; he's a nice guy and makes Rose happy. I haven't really gotten that much time to talk to him but from the few one on one conversations we've had he seems like a really nice guy. I opened the water bottle and carefully poured a few drops onto his face, hoping to wake him up slowly so he wouldn't give us away. Nothing. I poured a little more on his head and suppressed a groan.

"Christ Rose, he sleeps like a freaking log," I muttered down to her as she let out a quiet snort. "Sorry," I whispered to Edwardwith a smirk before unleashing about a quarter of the water onto his pretty little face. He immediately shot up, looking around confused as he wiped the water off of his face.

"What the hell?" he muttered to himself before slowly laying back down and closing his eyes. Freak'n A.

"Edward!" I whisper yelled.

His eyes snapped open and he looked up at me, confused at first, and then recognition immediately dawned on his face. "Bella?" he whispered incredulously.

"No, it's the freaking tooth fairy," I whispered sarcastically. "Now hurry up and sneak out of here-but wake up Jasper too," I added quickly before he could get too far away.

"Why?" he whispered back, confused as he slowly stood up.

"Just do it," I snapped before lowering myself to the ground and off of Alice and Rose. "They're coming as long as Edward doesn't blow it," I told them quietly.

They both grinned widely and jumped around a bit excitedly.

"Bella?" a familiar voice whispered into the darkness.

"I think you're calling the wrong name, sweetie," Rose whispered with a smirk. Immediately the two boys were in front of us-Edward immediately hugging Rose and Jasper doing the same with Alice. He was taller than I thought he would be.

"What are you guys doing here?" Edward asked us quietly.

"Honestly? I'm here to see if I can successfully brake into a high class military school," I admitted honestly, pretending to observe my surroundings. "Not as fun as I thought it would be," I admitted slowly.

Alice rolled her eyes. "Jasper, these are my new friends Rosalie-Rose-and Bella," Alice said, pointing to each of us as Jasper gave us both a smile. "And it's nice to meet you Edward, I'm Alice," she added.

"Nice to meet you too," he said with an easy grin.

"Do you like our outfits?" Alice asked Jasper with a grin. I suppressed a snort. She means her and Rose's outfits. They both bought some special 'bank robber' clothes as they call it. I'm just wearing some baggy black sweatpants and a black under armor. They were wearing really soft black sweaters and black jeans that I still can't believe they are able to move in. They also added some black gloves and black knit caps. They actually did look really good…I just can't figure out how they don't look like they scaled a wall and were just on the ground for five minutes.

"Oh yeah," Jasper said with a slight smirk, making Alice giggle.

"As cute as you all are…I'll pass," I said, taking a couple steps away.

"But Bella-"

"-Edward? Jasper?" a low voice hissed in the darkness.

Rose, Alice, and I all exchanged a wide-eyed look. Shit. "We're over here Emmett," Edward whispered back. Rose smacked him in the gut, making him let out a low groan of pain. "What was that for?" he asked her quietly.

"Uh, I don't know. The three of us could just get arrested for this," she whispered to him furiously.

"Who are you guys talking to?" the voice asked again quietly, a little closer this time.

"He's not going to say anything," Jasper told us calmly. He walked towards the voice and then a minute later lead someone into the partial light. Holy hell…this guy was…holy hell! He was pretty tall-a little shorter than Jasper. He had dark hair in a buzz cut and was way more ripped than either Jasper or Edward. And that's just what I could barely see in the dark. "Emmett, this is my girlfriend Alice, Edwards' girlfriend Rose, and their friend Bella," Jasper said, pointing to each one of us.

Emmett looked at us with his mouth agape. "You had your girlfriends sneak in just because you couldn't wait three days to get laid?" he asked incredulously.

Alice and Rose glared at him while I snorted a laugh. "No. We had no idea they were going to be here," Jasper told him with narrowed eyes.

"Wait, wait, wait. How did they get in here?" he asked with raised eyebrows.

"We walked through the front door," Rose said with a scowl, putting a hand on her hip. "Do you think we're stupid?" she asked.

I rolled my eyes. "We climbed the wall and I dumped a bottle of water on Sleeping Beauty's head," I said, jabbing my thumb in Edward's direction.

Emmett grinned. "You guys climbed the wall?" he asked with a raised eyebrow.

"I have the rope burn to prove it," I said, holding out my hand, palm up, as proof. Fuck'n rope. (Shout out to any hardcore Boondock Saints fans! Woot! Woot!)

"I told you to wear the gloves," Alice said easily from behind me.

I rolled my eyes. "Playing cops and robbers gets old after the first time," I told her. Yep, I went all out the first time-but then you learn the downsides versus the good sides. Rope burn or slipping when you're trying to grip glass. Yeah…that's what I thought.

"You've done this before?" Jasper asked with raised eyebrow.

"I've never done anything illegal," I scoffed. "I've just snuck out of the house, into Rose's house, her summer house, the pool…okay, that one might've been illegal but it was Roses' idea," I defended as she stuck her tongue out at me.

"Chris and I could've snuck out to meet you instead of the other way around you know," she said with narrowed eyes.

"No. You care about your nails to much and…so does Chris," I said thoughtfully. No scooting down drain pipes, trees, or gutters for them. Nope, nope, nope. Sad really, I'm supposed to be the one with equilibrium issues.

"Ya got me there," Rose said with a nod. "Come on Edward, let's go for a walk," she said suddenly, leading Edward away.

"Yeah, Jasper and I are going to cut out too-we'll all meet back here in fifteen minutes," Alice said before heading a different way.

"Actually, meet me by the wall," I said. I'm going to at least busy myself doing something while Rose and Alice were off doing…something.

"Alright," she said easily before walking away with her honey-headed honey. Aha. I made a funny…in my head.

"So, I guess it's just you and me," Emmett said suddenly, making me jump. Totally forgot he was even there. My bad.

"And by that you mean it's just me," I said, walking away.

I heard his low chuckle as he followed me toward the wall. I sat down by our pile of rope and leaned against the brick, Emmett sitting down on the grass next to me. "You know, I didn't think it was true," Emmett said suddenly.

My head snapped over to look at him in confusion. "What?" I asked the shadowed figure beside me.

"Well, Edward was telling me all about his girlfriend Rosalie-and that means he'd tell me about her friends too. He told me all about the little escapades you and her would go out on and I didn't believe it-I mean, how many girls do you know who would light a trash can on fire just so she can get herself and her friends out of a pool without being caught by the cops at two in the morning?" he asked with an apparent smirk and a chuckle. That was one of the only times Edward actually came along with our little group at odd hours of the morning.

"Want to know a secret?" I asked quietly.

"What?" he whispered, just as quietly.

"I was really aiming for the recycling bin," I told him.

He chuckled. "Why?" he asked.

"Because I put fire crackers in there a while before," I whispered back with a smirk.

He laughed a little too loudly before quickly quieting down as I laughed softly with him. "That's pretty impressive," he said, still laughing a bit.

"Why thank you," I said with a grin. It was Chris' idea-he figured if we got caught it would be a lot better distraction. Even though I screwed it up-it still worked out.

"So I noticed something," he began.

"What?" I asked curiously.

He reached over and took my hand out of my lap, flipping it over and pulling it slightly into the light, revealing the chapped skin on the palm of my hand. "What's that from?" he asked, pointing to an odd shaped mark on my hand, an impression dug into my palm that would probably bruise over night.

I looked at it a bit more closely, trying to ignore tingling on my hand where Emmett was holding it in his. I let out a snort. "Alice's heals," I told him with a laugh.

"You had to lift her over the wall, didn't you?" he asked knowingly.

"And Rose," I added significantly.

"Wait, then how did you get up?" he asked.

I took my hand out of his and picked up the rope that was sitting in the grass at my side, throwing it in his lap. "Once they were on the other side they helped pull me over-it's only fair," I said as he chuckled.

"Wow Bella," he said as he shook his head. "You are definitely something," he said with a chuckle. I thought about that for a second; that's a compliment right?

"Bella!" Alice's voice hissed in the darkness.

"Alice?" I called softly, standing up with Emmett.

"Bella, we need to get out of here now," she whispered quickly.

"Newton's up," Jasper said, directing the statement at Emmett who groaned.

"Whoa, whoa, whoa. Mike Newton?" I asked incredulously. No freaking shit. His parents live in Forks and he makes a point to stalk me whenever he's in town.

"How do you know him?" Emmett asked instantly.

"Never mind that, where did you last see the idiot?" I asked Alice and Jasper. The guy seriously has his morals way too straightened out and ironed flat. It's just not my cup of tea-don't get me wrong; I'm a good person and I would never intentionally hurt anyone but I'm willing to break the rules a little now and then to have fun…kind of like this…if you could call it fun.

"He was walking around the barracks. If he catches any one of us out we're all dead-not to mention whatever's going to happen to you girls," Jasper said.

"Shit," I muttered. "Get Alice over the wall, I'll be right back," I said before running in the direction Rose and Edward disappeared to. Wherever they are I just hope it's dark…just in case. "Rose? Edward?" I hissed into the darkness.

Suddenly I saw a flash of light before seeing body and the beam of cutting through the small thick of trees and right by me. I ducked to the ground and crawled behind a bush as I watched Mike walk away, far away from me. I stood up and continued running, softly calling for Rose as I went. And then I saw them, walking my direction. "Don't walk, run!" I snapped in a hushed tone. They both jumped but when they realized what I said, they bolted after me, following me to the wall where Emmett and Jasper were leaning into the shadows. "Go Rose," I whispered, giving her a push towards Emmett and Jasper.

They both crouched down as she came over and pushed her to the top of the wall just like we had done to Alice before. In seconds she was out of sight and on the other side. "You're next," Jasper whispered to me.

I came over and put my hands on their shoulders to steady myself as they pushed me up. I pulled myself up onto the wall and quickly turned around the face the guys. "Mike's over by the double digit barracks so you guys can make it back if you stay to the left," I said, pointing to my left to make sure they knew what I meant. "We'll give you a distraction," I said with a slight smirk.

"Wait. What do you mean by that?" Emmett asked.

I grinned, even though he couldn't see me. "You'll see," I said before hopping down and landing with a soft thud in the grass. "Hit it Chris," I whispered into the open door of the truck. He immediately turned on the truck and blasted the song we had picked out just for our get away-and now for a distraction. Bad Boys by Inner Circle-more commonly known as the Cops theme song. I jumped in the truck and he honked the horn several times and just as the front gate open he pealed out of our spot-much to my displeasure he also probably did some damage to my brakes. But I think it was worth it.

Okay, how did you like this first chapter. Depending on the response I get I'll continue it or I won't. Just let me know-I think it'll be really good. PLEASE REVIEW! :D

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