Here it is, the prologue to my new story.

It's only my second story, and I do want to remember you that English is my second language.

I will take comments and info from my first story seriously. (the baby will have a proper name this time.)

You Called Me a Liar.

Prologue(BPOV)

I moved to Forks, Washington to live with my father on my 17th birthday. My mother had just remarried, and I disliked the guy profoundly.

He was always on my case about anything and everything: school, my friends, my job, my cooking skills. Nothing was ever good enough; I was never good enough.

So, when my mom suggested that I should go and get to know my father, Charlie, I was glad.

And I was here, in a place where I had not been since I was six years old. Living with a father I didn't know was easy because Charlie wasn't home much and left me alone most of the time. Much better than the man my mom married.

I started school a week after my arrival, and that is when everything changed. That's when I met the Cullens. That's when I met Edward.

The first time I saw them was in the cafeteria. I asked some girl that I had a morning class with who they were. She told me all about them.

The first time I saw Edward was in my biology class that same day. He didn't say a word to me and stormed out of the room seconds before the bell rang.

Looking back at it, I got it; me being there really must have been hard on him.

It wasn't until the day that I found out about what he was, what his whole family was, that we started dating. They were vampire.

The first time that we made love was on our six month anniversary. It took him that long to be confident enough about himself that he would not hurt me, physically.

It was hard to be in a new place, in a new school. I don't make friends easily.

I had one friend, the only person I remembered from when I was little, my friend Jacob Black. We spent a lot of time together, but only as friends. He was in love with a girl named Leah, only he was two years younger than her, and he was afraid to ask her out.

I never could have thought that my friendship with Jake was such a big deal to him.

Tell me what you think.