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Quest for the Cure

By Megan Rawlins

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Prologue

First and foremost I own nothing that in the smallest detail resembles the work of Stephanie Meyer. This is a story of pure fiction.

Now this story is a collaborated effort between myself and the lovely Arrowhead1996. This story takes place during the late 1920's. It's more specifically set in the time that Edward is going through his rebellion period. I just wanted to let you all know this, and that this is my first fic that isn't a Bella/Edward pairing (minus my story God Blessed Texas). This story will be a Jacob/Bella story in the end, but there will be some shared feelings between Edward and Bella throughout the story up until the end.

Now without further delay here is the prologue to the story, Quest for the Cure.

It is said that there is a man with the ability to conjure up an elixir that will bring humanity back to any supernatural being that consumes it. Many believe that this man is nothing by myth, that he is just the figment of an elaborate story to give those who feel cursed hope that their lives could be better.

Many supernatural beings have attempted to trek over to the Middle East in search of the cure, and the warlock that holds the key.

Sadly no one ever makes it back from their journey alive, and if they do manage to make it home the person is either too afraid to speak of what they've seen or they are just physically unable to utter a single world.

It is said that only three people have managed to see the warlock face to face, but no one knows who the identity of these three people. There is a rumor that the band of supernatural beings were two vampires, one who feasted on human blood and a rather different unique vampire who chose to only hunt animals for their blood source, who made a truce with a lone shape-shifter to head out and go on a journey to make contact with the warlock.

The group has faced many battles in their search for the warlock. Battles that ranged from territorial vampires to creatures that were thought to only exist in the nightmares of little children.

There are other stories that the group never made it to the warlock, that they died in a battle against a shadow monster. Other stories say that the entire story of the three supernatural beings is a myth to explain how no matter how hard people look, there is no cure for any of them, and there is no warlock.

There are, however, a select few who know the truth behind all of this; they know the true story and whether or not this story is myth or truth, but I will let you decide whether or not that is the case. It is also said that the shape-shifter had imprinted on one of the vampires. How this affects our three supernatural beings is yet to be fully determined.

This story you are about to read is a true account of just what went on during the quest for the cure of supernatural beings. It is also said that only pain and despair is what is in store for anyone who even attempts to search for the alleged cure elixir. Is that true? Well you will just have to see for yourselves if that is the case.

And there you have it, the prologue for this story that is about to unfold! Also, know that the 'monsters' and 'creatures' that Bella, Edward, and Jacob come across during the time of this story are something like the ones you would see on the tv show Supernatural and the vampires will have the ability to compel humans like in the tv show Vampire Diaries. I hope that you all enjoy this story and I can't wait to hear from you and see the alerts/favorites that I hope this story will receive :)

Happy Reading and please be sure to add this story to your favorites and alerts!

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