They're on opposite sides of the world - Jacob is in his little Quileute area, while Leah is in Australia, having craved the feeling of freedom. However, though they were on opposite sides of the world, they each wrote a journal entry to eachother, although they never show them to eachother...

Night Eight.

Dear Leah,

I've remained faithful and have written to you every day for a week. It's hard imagining you out there, posing for people other than myself. Then again, you never did pose for me. Well, that sucks. I heard you're, um, dating somebody? How's that going? I guess I always knew I wouldn't be the man to love you, I just really hope he treats you right Lee. You deserve every ounce of paradise.

I love you way too much,

Jacob.

Night Nine.

Leah,

I'm so sick of you not calling, not writing letters, not visiting. Come home. You know I hate being away from you - okay, you don't know, but you will. I'll tell you. Maybe. One day. Promise. I really miss you Lee... You remember you asked for my help on that math problem? It was 26 x 53? I told you that math needs to learn to fix its own problems - this is me fixing mine.

I love you.

Now I just need to work up the courage to tell you.

Jacob.

Night Thirteen.

Dear Jacob,

I'm so very sorry I haven't been writing letters to you. Trust me - I wish I could've. Jack... Jack and I are definitely 'more' than friends. I think... I think I'm in love. I mean, it's only been two weeks, but already... Yeah, I can safely say I love him. Maybe more than you. That's why I won't come home Jake - once I come home, I'm going to see your face, and I'm going to want to kiss you... and Jack will be heartbroken. I can't do that to him... I think our time's over Jake. Time to move on? Maybe, maybe not. I still love you though.

Leah.

Night Fourteen.

Leah,

You just yanked my heart out of my chest and left it there to dry out; now I'm dead inside.

I visited Sue yesterday, you know, see how you were. Sue was grinning ear-to-ear, and for a moment, I thought - I hoped - you'd come home. Then I saw a small white card adressed to the Clearwaters'. How long have you known Jack Andrews, Lee? Two weeks at most; and you're getting married. You know what I did to that card when I saw it? I took it home and read it a million times before it brought tears to my eyes. I ripped it into twelve hundred pieces and threw them into the air, than I made a dump of my room.

I hate that you've betrayed me, Lee.

Jacob.

Dear Jacob,

I hate myself, Jacob. I can't believe I said yes to Jack - but I love him. He reminds me of you so much. He got onto one knee in a resturaunt, where everybody had suddenly gone silent, and Two Is Better Than One began playing, and he pulled out this gorgeous diamond ring and asked for my hand in marriage... I don't know, I just stuttered. I love you, Jacob, but you don't love me Jake... I guess this is my chance to move on.

Maybe we'll meet again?

Leah.

Night Twenty One.

Leah,

It's over. It's all over. I know what I have to do now. Maybe I'm a little more suicidal than I thought.

I love you forever and always,

Jacob.

Nine Sixty Four.

Jacob,

I'm getting married today. I hope you're there. I want to see you're face so badly, even though I'm getting married. For the last four weeks, I've been so busy with the wedding plans, I forgot why I even moved to Australia - to separate us. To make sure you had the chance to be with girls without me around... And it went wrong Jacob. I miss you - I love you. I want you here. Now. Please come Jacob, I, I need you. If I could redo this all over again, you'd be the man I'm marrying today.

Leah.

Leah,

I won't be at the wedding - hell, I can't be at the wedding. I don't want to see you with him, Lee. Sorry. Maybe some other time.

Jacob.

P.S: Or maybe not.


Leah got that very day and although Jacob was invited to the wedding in Australia, he never went. When Leah searched for his face in the crowd, and noticed he wasn't there, her heart fell from her chest, and broke into a million pieces, however, she continued the wedding, regretting every moment. She later found out Jacob hadn't been home for nearly a month and cried herself to sleep. Once home and looking through Jacob's room, Billy found the letters he wrote to Leah. He himself, cried as he handed them to Leah, looking at her like she was a devil.

When Leah read the letters, she compared her own to him, and found herself sobbing all over the inky writing. Everything was wrong at that moment - and there was nothing more to do. It turned out Jacob had gone to the one place he would never be accepted - the Volturi... and they'd settled his life with a simple bite...