Author's Note: First of all, I would like to apologize about how long it has taken me post this chapter. Unfortunately it is not super long, but I have many future chapters completed and ready to post, I just have to revise and proof them. I promise I will continue working on this for you guys. You guys are the best and thank you so much for giving me a chance. I hope you enjoy this chapter! R&R

~Ty


It was famously cloudy over Forks, Washington. The clouds hung low like cotton ball mountains adrift a light breeze. A light mist descended through the air, causing a damp feeling among the forest. A light grey drove northbound on the main highway leading through Forks; its headlights shining brightly through the ghostly mist.

Jacob peered out the passenger side window of the car mesmerized by his eyesight. For some odd reason, Jacob saw things much brighter and full of life. The forest landscape glowed with a luminescent green lush. It was almost like a different land, everything was so surreal.

"What are you thinking about?" Edward said calmly, glancing at Jacob.

Jake's gaze broke from the world outside the car and rested upon Edward's pale face.

"You can't hear what I'm thinking?"

Edward smirked. "No…It's interesting. I used to be able to, but I don't know."

Jacob smiled a devious green. "Good. I don't need you prying around in my head!"

Edward glared in frustration. He didn't like not being able to know what the boy was thinking.

"Edward?" Jake questioned. "Where are you taking me?"

"The pound if you're not a good dog."

A deep growl formed in Jacob's throat as he crinkled his nose in disgust. "Ass!"

Edward held back a chuckle as he turned off the highway onto a little gravel driveway that wound itself deep into the forest. A large steel gate closed the driveway off, but with a simple press of a button in Edward's car, the gate slowly opened.

"Do you have to be so damn fancy?" Jacob mused, rolling his eyes.

"Only to impress you…"

Jake's face flushed with red. "Whatever, Cullen. I'm just a dog, remember?"

"Do you think I should stop by the store on the way home, and buy a doggy bed? That's all I need is a mangy mutt on my bed!"

Another low growl heaved in Jacob's throat as Edward drove onward, into the forest.

It was darker in the forest. The large trees hid any light protruding from the cotton ball clouds. The gravel driveway began to wind back and forth between large sequoia trees. It was truly an amazing place to hide for any supernatural being.

"Alright Edward, where are we going?" Jacob growled. "Are you planning on murdering me out here?"

Edward stopped the car, and shut it off. "Jake. Don't joke about that."

Jake closed his mouth in frustration and before he knew it, Edward was out of the car and on the passenger side. The door opened as Edward stood there with a goofy grin on his face. Jacob shook his head and unbuckled his seat belt.

"Wherever you're taking me, it better be five star!"

"Oh quite your whining or no dog treats for you!" Edward teased, pulling Jake out of the car.

Jake blushed and tried to pull his hand from the vampire.

"Jacob. Trust me." Edward reassured, with calm amber eyes.

Jacob stepped to the side as Edward closed the car door. There was a chill in the air, but it didn't manage to inflict either of the boys. Edward quickly covered Jake's eyes, standing closely behind him.

"I've never brought anybody here before. Not even Bella." Edward smiled maneuvering Jacob a little ways further down the driveway.

"Carlisle had it made for Rose and Emmett, but they never used it, so he handed it down to me."

Edward removed his hands from Jacob's eyes.

"Holy…" Jake mouthed; his face turning white.

In front of him was a large log cabin, much like the one in his dream. The cabin was built atop a hill with trees surrounding it in every direction. Large wooden stairs led up to the deck, which wrapped three quarters of the way around the house. Dim lit lights hung from the deck roof lighting the porch stairs. Curtains protruded from a large open glass door on the second floor. A balcony laid before the door, making a wonderful place to sit and gaze at the stars on crisp night.

"Well"' Edward smiled, "What do you think?"

Jake was speechless, with awe in his face.

"I know the other day in the woods might have mislead you, and I'm sorry if I hurt you in any way."

"Edward. You don't have to apologize." Jake's smile faded.

"No Jacob." Edward sighed and grabbed Jacob's waist and pulled the boy against his chest. Edward stared into the younger boys orange tinted eyes.

"I don't think you understand how many years I have waited for this moment." Edward smiled and slowly brushed the tinted boy's cheek, with his hand. Every bone in Jake's body froze. Was Edward really gay? Was this happening to him?

"Jacob…I've longed for you to be mine for a long time now. I…I was just too afraid to admit it to you."

Before Jacob had a chance to speak, or think for that matter, cool soft lips pressed against his own. Jake melted into the kiss. Every inch of his body felt energized. The world around the two boys stopped. The woods fell silent as Edward's lips parted, allowing the younger boy to slip his tongue into the vampire's mouth.

Edward pulled away grinning at the boy, who was breathing deeply.

"I'll take that as a yes?"

Jake blushed and nodded. "You want me to be yours?"

Edward nodded, encouragingly. He leaned in for the tan boy's lips, but was suddenly interrupted with the ringing of his phone.

"Well, news travels fast." Edward rolled his eyes. "Hello, Alice"

Jacob sighed and laid his head against Edward's chest.

"Yes he is right here." Edward grinned and planted a kiss upon the boy's head.

Alice's pixie voice chimed on the other side of the phone. "Is he okay? Can I talk to him? Should I make dinner for him?"

"We will be home soon, and then you can talk to him all you want." Edward rolled his eyes. "Yes he is fine. Goodbye Alice."

Jacob pulled away from Edward and walked a little towards the house. He couldn't believe the house looked just like the one in his dream. The large curtains bulging from the glass door danced in the breeze. The door lead into the master bedroom, that held a California king bed and a master bathroom with a jet tub, fit for two. It was everything Jacob had dreamed of.

Cold arms wrapped around Jake's waist pulling him against a hard surface.

"Don't think you're going to get away from me that easy." Edward whispered in the boy's ear.

"Edward." Jake chuckled. "I may be shorter than you, but I could still kick your ass!"

Edward turned the boy around to look him in the eyes. "You better not do that, I might enjoy that!"

"Hey!" Jake growled and pushed on Edward's chest, trying to get away.

"I'm not letting you go Jacob." Edward spoke softly. "I'm never going to let you go."

Jake smiled in awe, grabbing Edward's face, kissing him passionately. The two boys fell to the ground as it began to rain a little harder. Edward climbed on top of Jake, and smiled crookedly.

"Please Edward." Jake whined, trying to unbutton the vampire's shirt.

"Jake, no." Edward growled, pulling the boy's hands away.

"Yes!" Jacob growled and bared his teeth. Canine fangs suddenly elongated from Jake's mouth, as his nose grew into a large snout-like appearance.

"Jake…" Edward's eyes widened.

Jacob's ears rose into points and large claws grew from his fingers. The pupils of his eyes grew darker with a sunburst of gold penetrating from the center.

"Edward…" Jake's voice quivered in a darker tone.

Edward placed his hands on Jake's dog-like face. "Jacob! It's going to be okay. Stay calm!"

Edward grabbed his phone quickly and dialed a number.

Jake's ribs cracked as the boy howled out in pain; collapsing to the ground.

Ring…Ring…Ring

"Carlisle! We have a problem…"


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