Alida's Point of view
"So what did you want to tell me," I asked quietly, too nervous to continue to stand, taking a seat on my bed.
He watched me for a second in silence as he paced back and forth, looking serious, and almost reluctant to be here right now.
"I'm sure you remember, at La Push, you seen me and my family, in a slightly… strange position," He started.
"Strange position, you made a whole crowd of people pass out, just by clapping,"
He nodded, looking down at the floor for a second, before moving to take a seat beside me.
"So you know, that we are… different,"
I nodded seriously, watching his gorgeous face, getting a bit distracted by his natural beauty.
"Yes, obviously you and your family… and the Cullen's aren't human, not at all,"
At this moment Elijah sighed, his eyes clouding slightly as he locked his gaze on me. My heart began to race; bringing a blanket of red across my cheeks.
"That's right, but do you know exactly, what I am?"
I shook my head, unable to speak, trapped in a daze as I watched him.
He nodded, and surprised me, his hand going out towards me, brushing a piece of my hair from my face. My face was now on fire under his touch.
I could feel him close to me, hear his gentle breathing, and taste the anticipation of getting close to him in any way I could.
"I'll give you a hint," He said quietly, and with a gentleness that could make me melt he was extremely close to me, cupping my face with both of his hands.
I didn't move a muscle, not believing how close he was, and how the shivers rolled up my back at his cold touch.
He now moved my head slightly to the side, and slowly he crept towards my neck, stopping just inches before opening his mouth.
My heart increased even faster now, my eyes going wide.
"V-vampire," I stuttered out, trying to catch my breath.
At my words his eyes snapped up at me, and in a speed so fast I couldn't see, he was at the other side of my room, leaning against the wall nonchalantly.
I paused, shaking my head as I watched him.
It was almost unbelievable, but I had to remind myself, I could handle werewolves, so this should be a walk in the park.
Hesitantly, I stood up, and slowly made my way over to him, my heart still pounding loudly in my chest.
"You're a vampire," I spoke quietly, looking up into his eyes, doing my best to not get lost in them.
He kept his eyes firmly on me, nodding just slightly before looking away, with a look of reluctance.
"But, only you know about this, don't tell anyone," He muttered, his voice sounding calm, but his expression hinting an inner anxiety.
"Not even your sisters,"
I really didn't like keeping things from my sisters, I knew I could trust them, but then again, this wasn't my secret to tell… and this was important, it would be best to keep them out of this anyway.
"I won't, I promise ok, you can trust me,"
"But I have a question, many actually…"
"Alight, speak your mind," He said cautiously.
"Well firstly, why did you tell me… isn't it dangerous, to tell anyone something this big?"
His eyes again seemed to cloud over with emotion as he watched back at me.
"That… is a bit of a complicated answer, that might take some time to explain,"
"I have all the time in the world,"
"Actually you don't, it's getting late, and we both have school in the morning.
My heart fluttered at this, excitement filling in me.
"So, you're all going to be back in school,"
"Yes, we will all be there," He said a trace of reluctance leaking in his voice once more.
"It's about time," I muttered, and as soon as I had said that I regretting it, my face turning red as his beautiful golden eyes flashed to mine.
"What's this, did you miss me," He said with a smirk.
"No," I grumbled, narrowing my eyes a bit at him in embarrassment.
He chuckled quietly, the smirk on his face sliding into a more genuine smile.
Sudden he was closer to me, moving the both of us so I was pressed against the wall, both of his hands touching the wall, trapping me there.
"I missed you as well," He breathed, leaning in to whisper in my ear.
I swallowed, letting my eyes close, trying to keep myself calm, and not move.
At this moment, I would have done anything to feel his lips against mine.
What was even stranger was the gentle raining outside had begun to pour down hard against my bed room window.
Should I do it, put everything out there, and kiss him? Oh god, what do I do…
Should she kiss him? It's up to you all.