Here's a new story… I was thinking of doing this for awhile, so one Friday night (tonight) I decided to write this. This is my first Crossover and I think I should get some credit- I actually wrote the first chapter when my computer was down, so I guess you should be happy I thought about all of the readers out there craving for more Twilight and PJO. So, here it is- my very first Twilight Fanfic and my very first crossover.


DISCLAIMER- I do not own Percy Jackson and the Olympians or Twilight. Rick Riordan and Stephenie Meyer do. (And I probably won't… no matter how bad it makes me feel)

Full Summary:

When Edward left in New Moon, Bella knew what she had to do. Go back to the place that she was always mean to be. Camp Half Blood. With Victoria and Kronos start plotting together to get Bella, Edward, and Percy… Chiron decides it's time to create allies. Bella, Percy, Annabeth, and Grover have to find the only 'known' Animal blood drinkers- the coven that we all know and love. Will Edward realize that Bella will never be safe, nor have a normal life with or without him? And will Bella actually forgive him? Find out in this new story by GoGreen52 and beware for the time we all figure out-

Things aren't always as they seem.


Chapter 1- Realization

(first Italicized part means- Quoted from New Moon)

Bella Swan Point of View

"Take care of yourself," he breathed, cool against my skin.

There was a light, unnatural breeze. My eyes flashed open. The leaves on a small maple shuddered with the gentle wind of his passage.

He was gone.

I knew my father made Aphrodite do this. No doubt about it at all. I mean, I can just hear him saying in that old voice of his that somehow never ages, "You need to focus on the soul priorities, Bella."

It always annoyed me how he thought of what was best for me without consulting with me first. My love life was one example. But at the same time… how could he be acting? He had told me he didn't love me. That just shows how clouded my judgement was from that constant hope of maybe finding love.

I knew I had to suck it up and deal with it. My father was many things, but at the same time, he was right. I had to focus on the priorities. Many children and even adults were counting on me. Goodness, even the gods were counting on me.

I had to find water. My father could help me find Camp from there. He was the god of the seas after all. I had to IM my little brother, and my twin, Percy. Apparently, my mother, Sally Jackson, knew that having two extremely powerful and forbidden children in the same house is dangerous.

So, deciding that, she gave me to Renee and Charlie- more like well, left me on their doorstep. My eye color had changed to protect me too. Instead of the vibrant sea green I was born with, they are a chocolate brown. They are identical to Charlie's.

Now that you've heard my story, you probably are wondering, Greek gods came back? And here's my answer to you- they never left.

Believe it or not, but they still are here, thriving alive in Olympus- still 'hooking up' with mortals… which is how my brother and I came about. Poseidon and Sally Jackson 'did it'. That's how we were created. So- I don't feel like going down that path.

Just for that I'll give you another catch. Olympus today is on top of the Empire State building. Floor 300. Or 600? I forgot…


A few hours or maybe even minutes later, and a few breakdowns later, I found myself lost. Walking who knows where.

That's when I heard a rustle in the bushes that were to my right. I immediately took my daggar from it's sheath placed on my calf and got into a defensive position. He did ask me to be safe…

All of the sudden a guy totally decked out in black popped out of the bushes. I wasn't going to attack, but I was still on guard. He looked familiar… "Nico?" I asked, hoping it was him.

"Bells?" Nico asked, smiling. He was like my little brother- I took over when Bianca passed on.

"What are you doing here?" I asked, walking up to him to give him a big hug. He hugged me back, but pulled away quickly.

"Chiron sent me to get you. I guess we could say there has been problems at camp," Nico explained. I could see the childish look in his eyes come back. The kid was happy. Something I never thought would happen again when he had a little drama attack when his sister… you know….

"I guess I could go back, but it'd be unfair just to leave Charlie like that." It would be unfair and by the understanding look in his eye I could tell he knew it too.

"You know Bells, there is something called a note. You take a piece of paper and write down a message on it then leave it somewhere on I don't know- a fridge?" he said sarcasticly.

I glared at him, but I could never stay mad at Nico. He just has this factor to him that stays young forever and I adore that about him.

"Shadow travel?" I asked, hoping for a negative answer.

He nodded, against my wishes. "Shadow travel," he confirmed before taking my arm and leading me into the shadows.

I'm just going to tell you straight up. I absolutely hate shadow traveling. You see, its dark, you get unpleasant cold shivers up your spine, you hear strange noises, and you go so fast it feels like your face is going to peel off. Percy likes it. And I hate it. Twin stuff, huh? No.

When we reached the house I asked, "How do you do that?"

"Uhm… I guess you could say I go into one shadow and come out another, but-" I cut him off.

"No! I meant how you can deal with all of this death stuff around you. Wouldn't you feel a lot of pain? I don't exactly get how you deal with all of the suffering souls around you. Especially on the battle field. Wouldn't you kill yourself to get away from the pain?"

Who knows. Maybe Nico is actually emo.

"To be honest… I really don't know. I mean, if that particular person was meant to suffer, they will. If they aren't, I hope they won't. I could always grant a soul a safe passage to hell. But you never will know for sure." He took a seat on the couch and put his feet on the coffee table.

"Feet down," I commanded, causing Nico to roll his eyes.

I walked to the counter and grabbed a post-it and a pen.

Dear Charlie,

Nico came and reminded me of my duties as a halfblood. I need to go back to camp. Maybe permanently this time. The Cullen's left, so don't worry about that story. I promise to come back once all of the crap going on at camp is sorted out, so know I won't disappear forever. Tell Renee this too, and tell her I can't exactly email her from camp.

Love you,


I took the letter and taped it to the fridge. Something tells me I knew he would find it there.

"I'm ready!" I called out, and Nico came from the living room.

"Good. Cause, we need to go. Now." Nico took my forearm and we ran into the shadows to shadow travel, yet again. I doubt I should do this again so soon.

But at the same time I knew I would be going a place where I belonged. Camp Half Blood.

Wow. This was a medium sized chapter so I think you should expect some more longer ones. Review!