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Unexpected Surprise

By R5Family4Ever

Drama / Romance

I Have Something to Tell You

This is my very first Twilight fanfiction. All reviews and comments are greatly appreciated. I do not own Twilight, Bella or Edward (though I wish I did lol). So read and enjoy!!

BELLA'S POV:

It had been a week since my birthday party.

A week since the accident with Jasper.

A week since I'd seen Edward.

He hadn't been at school since the accident. None of the Cullens had been. So I was surprised when his name popped up on my cell.

I immediately answered it.

"Hi." I said very excited.

"Hey, can I come over?" He asked. But his voice sounded weird, almost dead.

"Yeah sure, I gotta talk to you anyway." I said, trying to hide my excitement.

"That's why I'm coming over. I'll explain when I get there." He said, sounding sad.

And then he hung up the phone.

I quickly ran to the bathroom and brushed my hair and my teeth. I wanted to look as good as I could for him. I had something big to tell him today.

I just finished putting on my shoes when he knocked on the door. 'that's weird', I thought, 'usually he just walks right in.' I ran to open the door. When I opened the door he looked sad.

"Hey!" I said as I kissed him.

"Hi." He said after I pulled away.

"What's wrong?" I was very worried at this point.

He sighed and looked at me like someone had died. "Let's take a walk." he said as he took my hand.

He didn't say anything as we walked. He guided us into the forest. When we got into a clearing he let go of my hand and walked a bit ahead and stopped. I saw his shoulders lift and drop as he heaved a heavy sigh. When he turned around he looked like he was going to cry. My heart cracked when I saw his face.

"Bella, it's not going to work out. After what happened last week I can't put you in danger like that again. And word's getting around about what happened. We have to leave. I promise that we will never contact you again and, in time, you'll forget we were ever here."

My heart exploded into a million pieces with every word he said. I couldn't believe this was really happening. I was about to tell him the most wonderful news in the world and now he was breaking up with me?

"Edward, there's something I have to tell you. I-"

"Bella please-" he suddenly cut me off, "Don't make this harder than this is. This is the last time you'll see me." He then walked up to me, kissed my forehead, and said

"Good-bye Bella."

When I opened my eyes he was gone. I finally whispered my secret: "Edward, I'm pregnant."

So what do ya think? Review and let me know if it's good or if I'm just wasting my time. Until next time readers!

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