A/N Uh, I'm not sure if this'll work or not. I got the idea while watching Teen Wolf.
IMPORTANT! For those of you who don't know, Lycans are Werewolves who change when they want, are more powerful on a full moon and can turn someone into a Lycan with a bite or scratch. And they heal fast, and can turn kinda half-human half-wolf or full wolf. Also Immortal.
When new girl, Wynter Grace, moves to Forks, Washington, she catches Edward Cullen's eye. But when he finds himself falling for her, she gets caught up in the world of the Supernatural. A pack of Lycans find the small town and when one finds Wynter alone in the woods, what could happen? Does Wynter know more that what she lets on?
I pulled up in the Forks High School parking lot. I was the only one coming in today. Alice was taking Rosalie shopping, and Emmett was going hunting with Jasper. It wasn't sunny, so I didn't see the need to not go to school. I climbed out of my Volvo, and made my way towards the school. I came to a hault when I heard mocking laughter behind me. I looked over my shoulder at a group of students. Mike, Eric, Angela, Jessica and Lauren.
"Watch where your going, Ice-Queen." Mike Newton taunted. I searched the group again until' my eyes settled on a petite, pale girl. She was pushing herself off the ground. Her hair was so blonde it was almost white, and was pulled out of her face by a pale blue Alice-band. Her heart-shaped face was beautiful. She had full, pink lips, and Electric blue eyes. She caught me watching her and her face turned slightly pink. Blushing. before I knew what I was doing I made my way over to the group.
"Picking on the new girl, Mike? How original." I said. Although I couldn't argue about the Ice-Queen remark. They all went quiet as I approached and Mike jumped.
"None of your buisness, Cullen." He said. His voice shook slightly. Was I that intimidating? Probably.
"Leave the girl alone." I warned, and before he said anything else, I walked away, a smile on my face. I was half way across the lot when I felt a delicate hand touch my shoulder. I turned and saw the girl standing there. I got a better look at her. She had a pale blue top on, a white cardigan and white jeans. On her feet she had blue pumps. I noticed a silver necklace, a cresant moon over a sun. Huh, angelic.
"Thanks, for that." She whispered, looking down.
"My pleasure." I shrugged. "I'm Edward Cullen."
"I'm Wynter Grace." Wynter Grace. Wynter. Wow, it was like her parents knew what she'd look like.
"Wynter. Nice name, it - uh - suits you." Why was I mumbling? Why was I so nervous? Was it the enchanting being infront of me? Or had I drank some bad blood?
"I've heard that before." She said lightly. I smiled.
"Have you got your timetable?" I asked her.
"Um, yeah," She pulled out a sheet of paper.
"I've got Trig first... Then History, Art, Biology and P.E." Wynter told me.
"We have History and Biology together. I guess I'll see you then." I said with a smile. Wynter nodded, and I started to walk away when a though struck me. I couldn't read Wynter's mind. Dammit! The one person I want to know about, I can't tell what she's thinking!
With a frustrated - though quiet - growl I made my way to class.
Edward Cullen walked away and I couldn't help the huge smile that had me looking like a fool. I shook my head and walked towards my first class. Trigonometry. Fun.
I spaced threw the whole lesson, my mind focased on Edward's golden eyes. I don't know whats gotten into me!
I made my way to History deamily, in my own world, until' a cold hand caught my chin and lifted my head up. Edward smiled at me and lowered his hand.
"Hello, Wynter." He said, his voice like velvet.
"Hi." I murmured shyly.
"Ladies first." Edward opened the door for me and I walked into our classroom, with him behind me.
"Whoever said chivalry was dead?" I asked him with a childish grin.
"A liar." He answered with a crooked smile. I knew everyone was staring, so I quickly went to a desk at the back, and Edward sat next to me. I saw him grip the edge of the desk tightly, and glare at boy near the front. I realised he was staring at me, ignoring Edward.
"If looks could kill..." I mumured. "Are you alright?" I asked Edward, gently putting my hand on his arm. He flinched slightly, and I pulled back. He looked at me apologetically.
"You startled me..." He smiled. I couldn't help but smile back.
The class went by in a blur, our teacher was ill, so we had a trainee who couldn't control the louder students at the front. Me and Edward sat talking quietly, but every so often Edward would glance - well, more like glare - at one of the boys, Mike, I think it was.
After Art, I found my way to the cafeteria. I wasn't really hungry, so I just got an apple, and found an empty table. It wasn't long before Edward settled in the chair opposite me. I raised an eyebrow.
"Are you stalking me?" I asked.
"Of course not, we're friends, aren't we?"
"I don't know why you'd want to be friends with me. I'm an outcast, always have been." I replide, dogding his question.
"Well, how about you tell me about yourself? Then I'll deside if I want to be friends with you." Edward said lightly.
"What do you wanna know?" I took a bite out of my apple.
"Whats your... Favourite colour?"
"White." I answered easily.
"Because it's pure and solemn." I said honestly. He smiled.
"Modern day take on Beauty and the Beast. Shows that you don't love because of people's apearance or riches, but because of their soul and personality." I smiled.
"Wise words." Edward mumured. For the whole of lunch hour, Edward asked me questions like that, just little things.
I think I might be falling him.
I left the school building with Wynter at my side. Everyone was staring. I glanced at Wynter, and one her snow white cheek I could see a faint blush. Her eyes were cast downward.
"Don't like the attention?" I mused.
"Hate it. I guess I should be used to it. People always see me as strange." She muttered.
"Well, I don't think your strange." I told her.
She murmured somethin like 'Sure you don't' and I chuckled. Wynter isn't strange, she's unique.
Heh, a bit strange. I admitted silently.
"Want me to give you a ride home?" I offered.
"Beats walking, I guess. That is, if you don't mind." She added the end quickly.
"Ofcourse not." I took her hand and led her to my Volvo. Her eyebrows shot up.
"Nice car. Must run great. Awesome speed, too." Wynter smiled.
"You like cars?" I asked.
"My dad works on them. Taught me a bit, but I'm not the most popular person in my household." It sounded like she didn't want to say it, like it slipped out.
"Why?" I pressed. Insensitive jerk.
"My brother says it's my fault our mum died... She died at childbirth... And my dad had always agreed with him." Wynter whispered. I stepped away from my car and hugged her for a brief second, before pulling away awkwardly.
"I'm sorry. C'mon, I'll take you home." I said and opened the door for her. She slipped in silently and I closed the door. I walked around to my side, mentally kicking myself.
We drove in silence, apart from the odd moments when Wynter'd tell me which turn to take, or which street it was. I pulled up at her house, and grabbed her hand as she started to get out.
"Wynter, I'm so sorry." I whispered.
"Don't be. I had fun today. With you." She said with a smile. It didn't reach her glowing eyes.
"It was my pleasure, your company was - enchanting." I got a smile that was more real, genuine, and I let go of her hand and she skipped lightly to her front door. Her movements were nearly as silent and gracefull as Alice's. I smiled and shook my head. Just before I drove away, I heard a couple of thoughts coming from Wynter's house, which almost made me turn around.
Hope you liked it. Uh, it will get better. Reviews would be appreciated, please.
- INDIGO FATE