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Christmas Surprise

By Twilightlovergirl

Other / Romance

Disclaimer & Author's Note

Disclaimer: All rights belong to the truly amazing Stephenie Meyer. I own nothing but a set of books and several fanfiction ideas. I do not. I repeat, do not own the book Twilight; I do however own a set of books, movies and fan stuff. I also have a horse named Twilight! But it's not the same. This is my freedom and passion. I wish I owned it The Twilight Saga! It would have saved the nice hole in my wall from where I threw New Moon at it when Edward left. But alas I do not and never will.


Summary: It's Christmas Eve in Forks and Renee decides to surprise Bella for Christmas. What happens when she sees Renesmee? Will Edward and Bella have to tell Renee and Charlie about you know what?


AUTHOR'S NOTE! (PLEASE READ!)

A/N: I am writing the entire disclaimer on the first chapter because I don't want to have to write a disclaimer every single chapter. I don't really want to have to explain myself every chapter either.

I will also be adding the 'surprise' to this story!

The 'surprise' is all the whispered lines and private conversations between everyone and what Renee could never hear. Each 'surprise' will be at the end of each chapter so you will know right away what everyone was talking about but Renee couldn't hear.

(I really try to make Renee very blunt, ditsy, clueless, but smart in certain ways. Bella does refer her to being hair-brained and erratic.)

I have several stories already started that I might start to post and continue them as well.

If you have any questions please feel free to messeage me and I will get back to you.

I adore hearing from each and every one of you!

I am back and ready for action!

Thank you my lovely readers.

~Twilightlovergirl aka Sunshine

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