No Longer Unsure Chpt.7 (A Yaoi Fanfic)Edward
As soon as the land started becoming more familiar, I knew I was back in Forks. I didn't pause but continued running till I reached the highway. Then I stopped and shoved my hands in my pockets, settling back for a lazy stroll. I knew Bella wasn't going to be out of school for hours yet so I would have to be patient and kill some time. I sighed. The monster inside of me well outside now I guess, reared, eager for kill. It wanted me to rip the wall of the school off kill anything that moved. But I didn't. I wanted to play with Bella, however boring that may be, before I killed her. I wanted her to smile until her smile was forced to give way to screaming. I wanted her to feel my betrayal.
I wasn't doing this because of anything she'd done. She was completely innocent in fact. But she was standing between me and my freedom. If I wanted to be free of this ridiculous life in Forks then I was going to have to get rid of her. I was going to get rid of all the memories in this pl
No Longer Unsure Chpt. 6 (a Yaoi fanfic)Jacob
I broke out of the trees and found myself at the very edge of a huge, steep cliff. I stumbled and almost lost my footing but Quil’s teeth dug into the back of my t-shirt, stopping me from going over the edge.
“You idiot,” his voice resounded in my head.
“What did you bring me here for?”
“I needed to show you this. Now look over the edge of the cliff, but carefully now, don’t fall!”
I did as he said, slowly craning my neck over the edge, trying to see past the craggy rocks and to the sand below. Then something moved into the very top of my vision. I took a tiny step forward and almost lost my footing again. But not because I was having trouble balancing, but because of what I saw. I barely registered Quil grab onto my shirt again because there, lying on the sand was Edward Cullen.
His limbs were all bent at weird an
No Longer Unsure Chpt. 5 (a Yaoi fanfic)Edward
I sped out of the house as fast as I could, sprinting though the forest once again. I had no aim, not bothering to execute a sense of direction, I just ran. I knew somewhere in the back of my mind that I was surely out of Forks by now but it stopped mattering. I had failed every single person I loved and I had done it so easily, so simply. I wished with a fierce desperateness that I could curl up on the forest floor where no one could see me and cry away some of the pain all stuck in my throat but I was a despicable vampire and I could not cry away the pain, nor sleep it off. Despite what Bella had said that first time she had visited the house I could most definitely not do everything. Hell, all I was good for was killing. That’s what I was made for, meant to be.
I looked down at my hands as I ran, gaps in the trees let sunlight in, falling over my cold, hard skin. “Like diamonds,” Bella’s words came back to me. I stared at them, hating