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Long Lost friends

By Mrs_DamonS

Other / Romance

Chapter 1

Long Lost friends

Summery: Bella is 8 and lives with the Cullen's, she's the only one allowed to call Edward, Eddie. What happens when something makes the Cullen's give Bella up for adoption? Will Edward be able to forget her? What happens 17 yrs later when they come back?

Chapter 1

"Eddie!" Bella called when I got in the room, she was 8 and the cutest kid in the world. She had brown hair and brown eyes. I had just gotten back from a hunting trip with Emmett. I walked into the living room and saw Bella in Alice's lap. "Eddie, where were you?" Bella asked, with outstretched arms, trying to get out of Bella's grip and come to me.

"Out." I said, she didn't know about us being vampires. I went and picked her up out of Alice's arms and put her in mine. She wrapped her tiny hands around my neck and whispered in my ear.

"Alice is going to do something to you." My eyebrows rose in curiosity; that was why she was singing a song in her head.

"Alice, what are you planning on doing?" I asked and Alice looked mad.

"She told you!" she yelled then ran at me to grab Bella, I quickly turned Bella away from Alice.

"Alice!" I yelled then ran up to my room and took Bella with me. We had gotten a bed put in just for Bella. I looked at Bella and could only imagine what her mom looked like. I remembered when we found Bella she had only been 3 at the time.

Flashback!

"Edward, you wanna go hunting?" I heard Emmett ask.

"Yeah sure." I said and stopped playing the piano; it was another rainy day in Forks nothing out of the ordinary. We went out of town to hunt, we were vegetarian vampires.

"EDWARD!" I heard Emmett yell; I ran over and saw a little girl about 3. Oh no! This was not good, we were hunting we let ourselves go when we hunted. I looked at Emmett and saw that he was having a tough time trying not to kill her. If only someone else was here with us, but no one else needed hunting.

"EMMETT!" I yelled and held him back. "Don't do it!" I said and led him away from her. She started crying and I found out that I couldn't leave her alone. "Go home!" I yelled and he ran away. Still looking back at her. I walked over to her and once she saw me she held her hands up wanting to be picked up. What was she doing here all by herself? I looked around and saw traces of blood near her. That was it her parents had been killed by something. I picked her up and ran back to the house, my family had adored her like I knew they would. Whenever she looked at me I felt funny inside, complete.

End of Flashback!

It had been 5 years and I had only grown more attached. I knew it probably wouldn't end well, I was a vampire nothing ended good in my existence.

"Eddie! What wrong?" she said, she only talked like that when she wanted to be cute.

"Nothing Bella." I said and put her to bed.

"Night Eddie!" she said and I groaned, I hated that stupid nickname and she was the only one that was able to say my nickname.

"Night." I said and gave her a hug, then shut the door and went down to my family.

"Is she in bed Eddie?" Alice asked, I growled at her. She knew better than to call me 'Eddie.'

"Yes." I said coldly, and sat down next to Jasper who sent waves of calmness through me. "Thanks Jasper." I said.

"Your welcome!" he said and Alice plopped down in his lap, no doubt getting closer to me so she could annoy me.

"Hi Eddie!" Alice said and that did it, I snapped at her and she snapped back.

"Alice, stop annoying Edward. Call him by his full name!" Esme said, and Alice pouted. "Everyone act nice. Carlisle has something to tell us when he gets here. Where's Rose and Emmett?"

"I don't know." We all said,

"They are probably hunting." I said.

"Will you call them Jasper?" Esme asked, and he nodded and pulled out phone, showing off his Blackberry.

"Emmett where are ya'll?" he said and Alice giggled at him. "Well ya'll need to get here now. Carlisle has something to tell us." He said then hung up. We waited and in a few minutes Emmett and Rose came busting through the door.

"Where were ya'll?" Alice asked being nosy as always.

"Just outside the house hunting." Rose said, and looked at her fingernails. Just then Carlisle came in and had a sad expression on his face. He was clouding his thoughts so I wouldn't find out about it before the others did.

"Carlisle what's wrong?" Alice asked; Carlisle sat down.

"I have some bad news. I have been researching what killed Bella's parents. The only thing I could come up with would be a newborn." He said; I was in shock. Would this newborn come after Bella?

A/N: well what do you think of the new version? Well review and tell me what you think. Also check out my other stories, if you haven't yet. Anyway Review!

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