Epilogue: Love Story


Welcome to the Epilogue. Squeeeeee I can't wait for y'all to read this shit. That's really all I have to say. Guess I will see you at the end.

I do have to post lyrics and then shut up. Did you read the title? That's right. This Taylor Lautner fan is also a Taylor Swift fan. Song for the epilogue is "Love Story" by Taylor Swift. I am posting all the lyrics, but you don't have to read them. Here we go.

"Love Story"

We were both young, when I first saw you.
I close my eyes and the flashback starts-
I'm standing there, on a balcony in summer air.

I see the lights; see the party, the ball gowns.
I see you make your way through the crowd-
You say hello, little did I know...

That you were Romeo, you were throwing pebbles-
And my daddy said "Stay away from Juliet"-
And I was crying on the staircase-
begging you, "Please don't go..."
And I said...

Romeo take me somewhere, we can be alone.
I'll be waiting; all there's left to do is run.
You'll be the prince and I'll be the princess,
It's a love story, baby, just say yes.

So I sneak out to the garden to see you.
We keep quiet, because we're dead if they knew-
So close your eyes... escape this town for a little while.
Oh, Oh.

Cause you were Romeo - I was a scarlet letter,
And my daddy said "stay away from Juliet" -
but you were everything to me-
I was begging you, "Please don't go"
And I said...

Romeo take me somewhere, we can be alone.
I'll be waiting; all there's left to do is run.
You'll be the prince and I'll be the princess.
It's a love story, baby, just say yes-

Romeo save me, they're trying to tell me how to feel.
This love is difficult, but it's real.
Don't be afraid, we'll make it out of this mess.
It's a love story, baby, just say yes.
Oh, Oh.

I got tired of waiting.
Wondering if you were ever coming around.
My faith in you was fading-
When I met you on the outskirts of town.
And I said...

Romeo save me, I've been feeling so alone.
I keep waiting, for you but you never come.
Is this in my head, I don't know what to think-
He knelt to the ground and pulled out a ring and said...

Marry me Juliet, you'll never have to be alone.
I love you, and that's all I really know.
I talked to your dad -- go pick out a white dress
It's a love story, baby just say... yes.
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh.

Cause we were both young when I first saw you.

Two full years have passed since Bella left NYC with Jacob. Let's see what they are up to.


Mom zipped up my white dress and I stood back to look at myself. I was absolutely breathtaking. My hair was down and in tight, wavy curls. My dress was strapless with a train that was in permanent danger of being stepped on. I didn't care though. My arms and shoulders were coated with a light glitter that was guaranteed not to rub off unless it got wet, which was great, since I didn't want to cover my wedding guests in body glitter.

My make up was light, and just how I'd requested, though mom and Angela spent tons of time on my face. My nails were done, and though I hated the fake things, I was really to happy to be upset about anything at the moment.

My shoes were simple white slippers with a small wooden heal. I wore a veil in my hair that Jacob would not pull back from my face. I wanted him to be able to see me from the time I started walking down the aisle.

Most of our guests thought it was odd that Jacob and I had waited so long before getting married, but the two of us insisted on working with our parents to afford the wedding, though we let the honeymoon be Phil's treat.

Also, I'd wanted to wait until after graduation at Cornish before getting married. It was just my preference. I got my bachelor's degree two months ago and was ecstatic.

During my time in school, I was working and managed to buy a place where I could not only display my art, but teach art to children. It was the perfect most wonderful place in the world, and as soon as Jacob and I returned from our honeymoon, it would be open as a mini museum/classroom.

"So what do you think baby?" my mom asked. "Too much?"

"It's incredible mom. I love it. I look perfect."

"Oh sweetie," She hugged me. "I am so glad to hear that. I can't believe your getting married today!"

"Even though you've had two years to get used to the idea right?" I joked, nudging her with my elbow.

She kissed my cheek. "I am going to go check on how things are doing out front. And I'll let you two talk."

"What two?" I asked, looking around the room.

Renee looked at her watch, walked over to the door of my dressing room and opened it. I screamed when I saw Jessica standing there, holding a small, half Quileute toddler on her left hip.

I walked as fast as I could over to her and threw my arms around her. "Oh JESS! I was afraid you wouldn't make it!"

She giggled and looked at me. "Come on Bella. Would your best friend and maid of honor let you down on your big day? If the weather in Florida hadn't been so bad we would have gotten a flight out sooner."

"You're here now," I said happily. "That's all that matters."

She smiled and looked me up and down. "Bella you've never looked more beautiful."

"You think?" I asked a little nervously.

"Hell yes!" she circled me. "I LOVE the dress. Looks so much better now that I can see it on you in person."

"Thanks Jess," I said, and then touched the hand of the little toddler in her arm. "And this can't be little Maria can it?"

"It sure can!" Jessica said, pressing her lips to her daughter's head.

"May I?" I said, holding out my arms.

"Sure." Jessica handed Maria to me and I scooped her into my arms quickly.

"Well hello there sweetie!" I crooned.

Maria beamed at me, showing off her four tiny teeth. She had dark brown hair that was clearly Embry's in tight curls all around her face. She also had russet skin, Jessica's eyes, and adorable puffy little cheeks.

"Hi!" she said in a clear voice.

I looked from Jessica to Maria with my jaw hanging open. "You didn't tell me she can talk!"

Jessica rolled her eyes playfully. "She talks very well for a fifteen month old. She says 'Dada' 'Mama' 'No' 'Hi' 'Bye' 'Stop' 'Eat' 'Food' and 'Yes.' There are a few other words too but not many. Everything else she just screams."

I laughed and kissed Maria. "Well she is the most beautiful half Quileute baby girl I have ever seen."

I bounced her on my hip and she grabbed a lock of my hair. "Oooooo," Maria said, staring at it.

I smiled wider at Jessica. "Too cute."

She stroked Maria's cheek. "That she is. She learns a new word everyday and absolutely ADORES her father. When Embry comes home she runs right to him. He's great with her."

"Awwww," I bounced Maria a little more. "Hey sweetie. Can you say 'Bella'?"

Maria looked at her mother and smiled.

"Say 'Bella'!" Jess encouraged. "Go on. Bell-a."

Maria focused for a moment and then said "Beeeeeeeelllllaaaaa."

"Very good!" Jessica burst into applause and kissed Maria at the same time I did.

"Ma-ma!" Maria said, reaching back toward Jessica.

"Ok, ok time to let you go back," I said, letting Jessica take her again. "She's gotten so big."

"I know," Jessica brushed Maria's curls with her hand. "The last time you saw her she was seven months and not talking yet. I know I've sent pictures but we have got to visit more often."

"Yeah!" I said, putting my hands on my hips. "I miss you guys. Is Embry still loving his job?"

"Always," Jessica said. "Being a mechanic was born in him I think, but he loves being a dad so much he is considering starting some sort of class at the community center in Miami on fathers and their kids. I think it's amazing."

"Me too," I agreed. "I'm glad everything is working out for you guys. And what about your job?"

"Still plenty of school before anything is official yet," Jessica said, picking at the bottom of Maria's dress. "But for now I do most of my work at the clinic for my classes, which is great. Being in nursing also shows me how to be a better mom. I always know exactly what my little girl needs."

I kissed Maria again. "You've come through a lot honey. Having your miracle child and Embry is exactly what you needed."

"What about you?" she asked playfully. "You have Jacob, and you two are about to get married!"

"I still can't believe it," I shook my head. "It's totally unreal."

"Oh its real. And I am going to be your maid of honor so best believe it."

I noticed a golden diamond ring on her left third finger and was about to mention it when a knock came from the door interrupting us.

"Go away if it's Jacob!" I said loudly and then whispered to Jessica "He's been trying to sneak in here all day."

"It's Embry. I wanna see you Bells. I promise not to tell Jacob."

I believed him instantly. "Come on in then."

He walked in, still looking like the same old Embry. He'd let his hair grow out though, and it was obvious who maria's curls belonged to. It curled around his face as well, but fell to his shoulders a little. He looked to me like a surfer, which I guess is what you get when you lived in Florida for two years.

"Daddy!!!!!!!!!!!" Maria yelled and jumped out of Jessica's arms.

She waddled over to him, and he scooped her up and gave her a big kiss. "There's daddy's princess!"

He hugged her tightly and she hugged him back. Then she gestured toward me and said, "Bella!"

He beamed at me. "You taught her your name already?"

"Kind of," I said, and then walked over to hug him, "It's good to see you."

"Same here. Congrats Bella."

"Congrats to you too," I said, folding my arms and raising an eyebrow. "When were you gonna tell me you finally popped the question with Jess?"

He started at Jessica accusingly.

She rushed over to us and gave him an apologetic glance. "Sorry babe...I forgot to take the ring off."

His expression instantly warmed and he kissed her. "It's ok. I don't want you to ever take off my ring."

She blushed, turned to me and held out her hand so I could examine the ring. "We didn't want to take away from the attention of you and Jacob's wedding so we were going to wait until you got back from your honeymoon to tell you."

"It's okay!" I gave her another huge hug. "Sweetie I am just glad your finally engaged. How long has it been?"

"Seventeen days," Jessica and Embry said together.

"We've been trying to decide the time is right...and the funny thing is were going to propose on the same night," Embry explained while Maria played with his hair now.

"I had no problem asking Embry, but he wanted to ask me instead. So I let him and I love the ring." She stared at him like he was a God to her, and he probably was.

"Congratulations you two." I shook maria's little hand. "And you too sweetie."

"Walk time!" Maria said, climbing down and pulling Embry's hand. "Walk daddy."

We all laughed. "That's her way of saying she wants to go look around. I'm going to go visit Jacob," Embry said, and then looked me up and down. "You look incredible."

"Thanks," I said happily.

He and Maria left the room and made their way down the hall. Jessica and I smiled at each other as we heard Maria say, "I walk daddy," at every person they passed.


"It's about time," Dad said, wheeling himself into my dressing room.

"I know." I stared at myself in the mirror and smiled.

I was perfectly happy with the tuxedo, and having my hair down. I would have pulled it back, but Bella insisted it be down on the wedding day.

"You look sharp son," Billy said.

"You've said that forty two million times," I teased, sticking my tongue out at him.

"I still don't see why you and Bella had to do the official pictures after the ceremony and before the reception," Billy complained. "I would love to be there and watch."

"Bella says its ok if our parents watch, but every one else besides her maid of honor and bridesmaids, and my best man and groomsmen have to wait till the reception to see any of the photos. She wants them playing on a projector. "

He nodded and just kept staring at me.

"Dad...are you going to cry on me?" I asked playfully.

"I might," he said, winking. "I can't wait to watch you marry her Jacob."

"It's about time guys," Embry said, popping his head into the room.

"Embry!" I yelled.

He walked forward and hugged me. "Hey man! Congrats. How goes it?"

"Nervous," I said, and then glanced down at the beautiful baby girl by his side. "Hey there Maria."

"Hi hi!" She smiled at me and hugged my leg. "JAKE!"

I stared at Embry. "She knows my name?"

"We practiced on the plane," he said, winking. "You'd be shocked how much she can say."

"I'm going to go get in there," Billy said, giving me a final wink and leaving.

"Man I feel jittery," I said, taking a deep breath.

"Come on dude," Embry said. "I'll drop Maria off to Jessica's dad and we'll head on in there and get into position."

"Alright," I said, wiping my palms on my pants and following him out of the room.

I stood at the front of the wedding chapel in Forks, my nervousness gone. Everyone's eyes were on me,including Renee's as she sat in the front row on the left side of the church next to Phil. A few rows back were Bella's friends from Cornish and her old roommates from Parson's. They all smiled at me.

On my side of the room sat plenty of people from La Push. Dad in the first row next to Seth and looked like he could start crying at any second.

I rolled my eyes and looked toward the back of the church. A beautiful, classical song Bella selected began playing and I thought back over the last few years.

I was working two jobs now. One as a mechanic at my garage, and one as a mechanic at a garage specifically for motorcycles in Forks.

I could do both now, because Colin, Brady and a few other quilters had made the garage into such a big success, that it was now expanded. The construction work had taken quite awhile, forcing me to get my second job at the other garage. But now my garage could hold ten cars to be worked on at a time, and before it had only been five. I was happy. I was in love. I wasn't complaining.

I'd waited too long of a time for this moment. I was ready to call Bella my wife, and give her my last name. My hands started shaking again, but I held them still.

Around the corner came Embry and Jessica, walking slowly and beaming around at all of our friends and family. Next, Paul and a very pregnant Katie made their way into the church and took their places. Quil and Sara were next and both of them were glowing like it was their own wedding. I'd have to inquire about that later.

Neither Bella nor I minded that Angela was gay, so we'd allowed her and Tina to be the last couple down the aisle. Both of them looked happy too, but I knew why. They took their places and I took a deep breath. Everyone who wasn't standing stood up and looked toward the back of the church.

I didn't blink. I fixed my gaze there as well. A slow version of "Love Story" started playing, so I knew what was coming next.

Charlie appeared in the doorway, arm in arm with my Bella. She looked more beautiful than I'd ever seen her in my entire life. Her chocolate brown eyes found mine, and locked there. I winked at her, and she blushed.

That was what I wanted, to see my blushing bride walk her way down the aisle to my side. My heart swelled with joy and she flashed her gorgeous teeth at me.

Once everyone was seated again, the music faded, and the minister said, "Who gives this woman to this man?"

"I do," Charlie said, kissing Bella's forehead and then whispering. "Go on. I love you."

She mouthed 'I love you too,' and then took my outstretched hand.

I had Cheshire cat grin on my face as Bella took her place in front of me.

'Ready?' she mouthed.

'Born ready' I mouthed back.

The minister began. "We welcome you today to the marriage of Jacob Marshall Black and Isabella Marie Swan. We are met together in the presence of their dearest family and friends to join this man and this woman in holy matrimony. This is indeed a joyful time, in which we witness the love of these two people expressed in the joining of their lives together."

I tightened my hands around Bella's and she squeezed back. I could tell she was so excited she wanted to start bouncing in place.

The minister spoke again. "Jacob and Isabella, Marriage is a covenant of faith and trust between a man and woman requiring openness of life and thought, free from doubt and suspicion, and commitment to speak the truth in love to one another. Marriage, also is a covenant of hope that endures all things, and in which both husband and wife commit themselves to interpret each others behavior with understanding and compassion, and to never give up trying to communicate with each other."

Bella stared at me with her eyes full of love and I stared right back. I suddenly wanted to jump in place too.

"Jacob," the minister said. "Will you have Isabella to be your wedded wife, to live together in the covenant of marriage? Will you love her, comfort her, honor and keep her, in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, be faithful to her as long as you both shall live?"

"I will," I said, unable to stop a tear running down my face.

"Isabella, Will you have Jacob to be your wedded husband, to live together in the covenant of marriage? Will you love him, comfort him, honor and keep him, in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, be faithful to him as long as you both shall live?"

"I will," she said back, a smile spreading wide across her face.

The ministers next few words were mere background noise as I stared at Bella, stuck over and over by her beauty.

I slid a ring on her finger, and she slid one on mine. We each took one lit candle and held it to a larger one placed on a table beside the minister. Once it lit, everyone in the audience applauded loudly. I even heard Quil laugh behind me.

Only a little longer, I told myself as we both re-took our places.

"If anyone knows any just cause why you may not be lawfully joined together in matrimony," the minister spoke, "Let them speak now or forever hold their peace."

"Nooooooooooooooo!" came a shrill little cry from my side of the room.

We both turned around instantly, thinking it was Edward. But the sound came from little Maria. She was trying her hardest to get out of Embry's father's arms.

"No! No! No! No! No!" she yelled, looking in Embry's direction.

Everyone cracked up and we both turned back around to look at Embry and Jessica.

"Sorry..." they said together.

"It's ok," we told said, still chuckling.

The minister made light of the situation. "Is there anyone besides young Maria who objects? I am sorry to say at the age of one, her opinion doesn't count for much."

We all laughed again, and no one objected.

"Then with the power vested in me, and the state of Washington, I hereby pronounce you husband and wife. You may now kiss the bride."

He didn't have to tell me twice. I pulled Bella into my arms and pressed my lips to hers. She dug her fingertips into my shoulder blades, and moved her lips with mine.

Everyone cheered again and Quil muttered "Get a ROOM guys!" but Bella and I didn't care. The two of us were lost in our own little world, where only we existed.

The photo shoot and most of the smaller little wedding traditions seemed to last forever before Bella and I could finally greet out friends. We'd had no rehearse like other couples. We wanted to do everything for the first time at our wedding. Well...everything except the sex. Did I mention I have some kinky shit planned for tonight? Because I totally do.

I walked Bella over to the big table where our friends were and took in the decorations. All around us were dark purple streamers and confetti along the walls. It would take ages to clean off later, but that wasn't exactly our responsibility.

Bella thought it would be fun if we held the reception in her future museum slash studio before it became one. And I had to admit everything was perfect. Some of Bella's favorite love paintings hung on the walls. One of a couple holding hands. One of several multicolored hearts, and another of her sunset, which she'd borrowed from the other museum her other pieces still hung in.

"Hello Mr and Mrs.. Black," Jessica said, rushing forward to hug both of us.

"That's gonna take some getting used to," Bella said, blushing a dark red.

We took a seat by our friends and they immediately started in on us.

"So where is the honeymoon?" Paul asked.

"I love how you asked that when you know we don't know where it is either," I pointed out.

Renee and Phil packed our bags for us and said we wouldn't find out where were going until we picked up our tickets at the airport tomorrow.

"I am so happy for you guys," Sara said softly. "You deserve this so much."

"That's not the only reason you look happy," I pointed out. "What's up?"

"Yeah I noticed that too..." Jessica said. "Dish woman."

She glanced nervously at Quil and squeezed his hand. "Um...nah."

"Why not?" we all asked together except Quil.

Quil shrugged. "Today is about you not us."

"We asked you to tell though. So TELL," Bella said, poking him in the shoulder.

"Alright," Sara said, taking Quil's hand. "Um...well...."

"I'm just gonna come right out and say it," Quil said, folding and unfolding his hands. "Sara and I are having a baby."

"What???????????????" Me, Bella and Jessica said together.

"Really?" Katie said, shoving Sara a little. "I'm your sister and you didn't tell me?"

"I'm sorry," Sara said as several people embraced her at once. "We were going to tell you guys later."

"Congrats bro," I said, slapping Quil five.

"Thanks. I'm nervous though. I don't know if I'll make a good dad or not..."

"You'll be fine," Embry told him. "Being a dad is the greatest feeling in the world."

"I just want to know one thing before they call us over for the first dance," Bella said. "Who here knew Jessica and Embry were getting married before today?"

Everyone raised their hands but Jacob and I.

"Figures. Sneaky bitches," she joked, shaking her head.

"Sorry!" Paul said. "They wanted to focus on your happy day."

"I guess we can forgive you," Bella said, sticking her tongue out at Jess and Embry.

We allowed Seth to DJ the reception, since he'd become a huge disk jockey around La Push dance clubs, and he announced it was time for us to take our first dance.

I winked at my friends, and spun Bella out on to the dance floor.

EPOV (Embry's point of view)

"How goes the pregnancy Katie?" I asked, watching Bella and Jacob dance.

"Good," she said rubbing her stomach. "I am glad Paul and I decided to have another one."

"Me too," Jessica said, bouncing little Maria in her lap. "Kids are the best. I know you and Paul had a hard time with the tragedy of the first baby, but the worst is over now. Just keep that in mind."

"We do," Katie said, taking Paul's hand. "Every day."

Sara eyed Katie's stomach warily. "I'm not ready."

"Neither am I," Quil confessed honestly.

"You will be by the time the baby gets here," Angela reassured him.

"So how is marriage treating you guys?" Paul asked, waving at her and Tina.

She smiled. We'd all flown out to California last year to watch them get married. None of us minded making the trip again, since it was one of the few states her marriage was legal in.

"It's great," Angela said kissing Tina's right temple. "Nothing could be better."

"Eat eat eat!" Maria yelled, shoving away her empty plate and reaching into mine.

"Hey!" Jessica protested. "That is daddy's!

"It's ok," I said, pulling her into my lap. "My baby girl can have all she wants."

"Eat dada food," she smiled at me and dug in.

"She eats like her daddy too," Jessica mumbled under her breath.

"I heard that," I whispered, leaning over to nip her shoulder. She shuddered a little.

"You guys are clearly doing well," Katie said, digging into her food. "Are you having another one?"

Jess and I looked at each other and then answered at once. "No. Not right now."

"For now, we just wanted to focus on our little princess," Jessica said, stroking maria's hair while she ate.

"Well Paul and I can't wait for the twins to get here," she said, leaning against Paul's shoulder.

He kissed her hair. "We sure can't."

"So..." Jessica said, making a disgusted face. "Check out the spit swappers over there."

We followed her gaze to the table behind us. Edward and his fiancee Roxy were holding each other close and making out like they were the only two at the wedding.

Jacob and Bella might have learned to be civil toward Edward, but none of us would ever forgive him for what he'd done to them, no matter how many years it had been since then.

"Rude much?" Tina said. "I mean geez this is not THEIR night."

"Guys we shouldn't pay them any mind," Angela said. "This is Bella and Jacob's day. If we start staring at them, we take the attention away from JB ok?"

"You're right," Sara said, turning back around in her chair.

"Can we throw food at them?" Quil asked.

"No," said Jess at the same time that I said, "I don't see why not."

She pinched me. "Embry! No!"

"Kidding Jess!" I said, smirking at her.

She went back to her food. Ignoring me.

"Hey guys," came Edward's voice.

We all mumbled an unintelligible 'hi' back. And Quil coughed the words 'cock sucker' under his breath.

Roxy pressed her body into Edwards and nibbled his ear. "Can you guys tell Jacob and Bella that we had to go?"

"We have some...business to take care of," Edward said, fighting a smile.

"I bet you do," Jessica murmured.

"Yeah...we'll tell them." I glared angrily at Edward, but he didn't seem to notice. Roxy led him toward the exit door and they disappeared.

"I hate them," Katie said.

"I hate them more," Sara agreed.

"At least we have each other as friends. And Jake and Bells." Angela raised her glass of champagne and then downed it in one gulp.


I ran my fingers through Jacobs long hair and kissed his lips. Being in his arms like this was absolute heaven.

"I love you Mrs. Jacob Black," he said softly.

"Mmmm I love you Mr. Jacob Black." I closed the small space between us as we moved slowly across the dance floor.

"We're finally married." He winked at Billy and then spun me with his arm. "I can't imagine it gets much better than this."

"Oh it does," I reminded him. "Later tonight."

His eyebrows rose. "I've got big plans for tonight."

I whispered in his ear, "Kinky ones?"

He winked and I shivered a little. He laughed.

"So are you going to tell me what's up that sleeve of yours?" I asked.

"Not a chance." He looked around quickly and then said, "But I am going to make it feel good. I can promise you that."

"Mmmm can't wait," I said, pulling him into another kiss.

For the rest of the ceremony, I refused to leave Jacob's side except for when I had to dance with charlie or another guest. We did the same routines at other weddings. He removed a garter from my thigh with his teeth, and when he flung it, Seth was the one who caught it.

Clearly faith's little fate wheel was turning today, because Leah caught my bouquet and blushed deeply, while all of Jacob's La Push friends hooted and hollered at her.

I'd asked my dad to make a toast at our wedding, since I wasn't sure if Jess or Embry would make it, and so he did.

"I just want to say to my beautiful daughter and new son-in-law that I love you both dearly. It took us a long time to get here but we finally are. I hope that in this new life together, you two find happiness and strength within each other. Never forget that when things get tough, you have a partner to come home to, and someone to love."

"Can I add something?" Billy asked.

Jacob and I nodded.

"I want to add that Bella, if there is any woman on this earth that my son could settle down for, I am glad it was you. You are a bright, smart, talented, classy and respectful young woman, and your just right for my son. I already love having you as my daughter-in-law."

Everyone swooned including me.

I walked over to Billy and pecked his cheek. "Thanks dad," I said, beaming at him.

"That was great," Charlie agreed. "Unless anyone else has anything to say, let's toast to the bride and groom."

"To the bride and groom," Everyone said, raising a glass to Jacob and I.

And it really was my own little fairytale, this day was. The wedding was beautiful, everything flowed so perfectly, my friends had their happy endings, and most importantly, I had mine. I decided right then and there, as Jacob started down at me with eyes full of love, that I would wake up every single morning and thank God for that first night I'd spent in Jacob's Garage.

End Author Note: I know. It was like reading another chapter right? LOL.

So Edward is a dick we all know it. I just decided to make him sort of a good guy.

I hope you like how everyone's story ended. I personally LOVE little Maria. Who remembers the significance of her name? I wanted Jess and Embry to have their own Maria, since her first...well...you remember.

Sorry about the Paul/Katie baby tragedy, but they did get a happy ending, and so did everyone else.

No more Jake's Garage. I know it's sad. I will miss them too. But go to the outtakes section to see a special small scene between Embry, Jessica and their little bundle of joy. And don't forget a new story is coming soon.

Or if you are reading this from freedom, just scroll down for the outtake. I love you guys. Thanks for all the reviews and the reading. It means the world to me. I am going to go and collapse into bed now.

It might have been late, but I had the story posted on the 27th right? Lol. Leave lovin one final time.