This is the last chapter :( but it was good while it lasted. I don't think there's going to be a sequel. But thank you all for reading. And if your new to the story go ahead and review anyway.
Cale's hands wrapped around my waist as he pressed my back to his chest. "How was work?" He asked as he kissed the top of my head.
I smiled up at him. I had gotten a job as a bartender in a club. Apparently I looked twenty-one. It wasn't the best job because all of the men would hit on me but I'd bring home serious tip money. "It was pretty good. I made seven hundred dollars in tip money. They like me for some reason."
"Babe, you're hot." Cale said kissing me on the mouth.
I smirked and rolled my eyes. I reached up and fluffed his light red hair. "Is that why I'm an angel?"
"No, you're an angel because you saved me." He scooped me up and carried me to the living room.
I giggled and kicked my legs. "Cale, stop it!"
He dumped me on the couch. "How are things going with the family?" Cale considered the Cullens his family too. When we moved to Pittsburgh I asked him if he had wanted to find his family and let them know he was alive. He said it was better they thought he was dead because it would be weird for his family to be seventy in a decade or two and still have a nineteen year old son.
"They're good. Nessie is doing good, her growing has slowed."
One day Alice and Jasper had knocked on the door asking for our help. I didn't hesitate. We went to stand up to the Volturi. We expected a huge battle, but it didn't get violent. Edward and Bella had a daughter, who was half human, half vampire and Volturi mistook her for a infant vampire.
Her power was the reverse of mine. She could put images in people's heads instead of picking them up from them, or their objects.
Cale and I tended to spend a lot of time inside. Because it was usually sunny out we just hung out in the house watching movies, making love and talking to the Cullens.
At night we'd sneak out of the city to hunt. He was still not sure if he could handle being around humans for long periods of time. I was proud of him. He hadn't killed a human since we arrived.
We played cards too. All of the time. We filled empty hours with rummy, quarters, spoons, uno and blackjack.
"Hey babe," I called to Cale who was in the kitchen again, "are you getting cards?"
He appeared in the doorway. "Yeah, do you want to play?"
"Do you want to cuddle up and watch a movie instead?"
"Whatever makes you happy." He set the cards on the coffee table and sat down on the couch, pulling me so I was leaning against the armrest and my legs went over his lap. He put his arm around me. "Netflix?"
"What do you want to watch?"
"Can we watch Eight Seconds?"
The movie was about a cowboy who married a cowgirl and became a world champion bull rider, then died after breaking his ribs in the rodeo and one of the ribs pierced his heart. It was based off a true story.
At one point in the movie I asked, "did you know I had horses once?"
Cale looked at me, his golden eyes wide. "No, I didn't."
"I used to barrel race and ride all of the time. Then…Victoria bit me."
"We don't have to worry about her anymore, babe. It's just you and me and if I have my way we'll be together forever."
I smiled at him. "Yeah, forever."