Fan Fiction: Chapter 13 of Midnight Sun

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Created by JayGee22 on Saturday, October 18, 2008

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As I pulled up to the garage, feeling more morose the further away from Bella I was getting, I noticed Rosalie glaring through the window-- obviosly waiting for my arrival-- and the accompanied thoughts to that glare bomarded my thoughts.

You stupid, selfish, jerk! she was shouting at me. Why the hell did you tell her? Do you think that this does not involve all of us?

I tried very hard not to roll my eyes at that last part. Like she's even thinking about them; no, there was still a tinge of the bitter resentment that she felt towards Bella before for winning my affection in her angry thoughts. But even though I knew her reasoning was all wrong, I did realise that I was subconsciously avoiding telling them that Bella had figured out what we are.

Part of this was because I was worried that the others-- namely Jasper or Rosalie, though they had promised-- would chose this as the final reason to kill Bella themselves. Jasper may have promised Alice, but if he thought that hurting her was worth saving her, he was not beyond doing so.

Though that was a big part of why I was delaying this conversation-- or more likely, argument-- it certainly wasn't the only. No, part of me was wishing that this wouldn't have to happen because everytime I picture telling them, Esme's loving, trustful face appears in my head and I fear that the look will change to one of betrayal. I knew I didn't deserve the praise that she and Carlisle gave me or the love they thought that I, above all others, deserved; but to see them realise the truth would crush me. I so wish that I didn't have to prove them wrong.

I got out of the car and headed straight for the dinning room where everyone was already assembled. Picturing them all sitting there waiting for me gave me a strong sense of Deja-vu. This is just like what happened after the car accident, and I wondered hopefully if this situation might turn in my favour, like it did last time.

I knew that both Emmett and Alice had already forgiven me, but I wondered if their opinion would change after this when they realized the potential danger of the situation that Rosalie would soon point out, though I knew Bella would never betray this secret. It was doubtful Alice would, seeing as how she was not only sure about our safety but also jubilant at the possibility of starting the future friendship that already seemed so real in her head. But I knew that Emmett may take Rosalie's side just as before. I wouldn't begrudge him this.

As soon as I was in the room I could sense the confusion coming from both Carlisle and Esme's thoughts. I would have thought that in all of Rosalies anger, she would have told them right away, but I then realised why she hadn't. She knew how much it would hurt for me to tell them, and wanted to see not only the disapproval that she was hoping they would feel for me, but my reaction to that. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned I thought bitterly.

I took a seat at the opposite end of Carlisle and took a deep breath, preparing myself. Where to begin? How do I explain this so as not to raise any unnesessary alarm?

"Edward what's going on?" Carlisle asked out loud since I wasn't answering his questioning thoughts.

"Yeah, Edward", Rosalie seethed, "Why don't you tell them what you've done."

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