My Past Is Your Demise

First off, I am NOT a Twilight Fan. I am actually a hater. This story isn't meant to mock Twilight. It's meant to show a version where haters and lovers will both love/read!

Summary:
"You weren't there for me," I cried in agony.

When Edward left Bella, something snapped...

The strength of a human only lasted so much. After being bitten, Bella was reborn and changed. She changed her name to Amira, became an assassin and now has a team. Swearing revenge on the creatures she once loved, the Cullens better watch out.

Because they're just pawns in a much bigger game and when it's over, they'll all be dead...

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14. Chapter 13: False Accusations

It was the piano! Good guesses.

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My Past Is Your Demise: Chapter 13

Chapter 13: False Accusations?

            The sight in front of me was definitely a disaster. Edward’s expression changed from calm to furious in a matter of seconds.”Emmett, what did you do?” His voice rang through the hall as he proceeded to tackle Emmett.

            I looked around and found what got Edward in a state of insanity. The piano that was usually in the living room was a mass of wood and metal among the floor. It was destroyed.

            Rosalie immediately sprung into action. She made quick work of prying Edward off her mate. “Get off him, you psycho! It’s just a piano,” she yelled forcefully while pushing him as far back as she could.

            I noticed how Rosalie would do anything for her mate. Somehow I admired that, just because there used to be someone who I could stand up for.

            I had enough of the fight. Marching into the middle of the two, I yelled in their ears, with authority. “How old are you guys? You’re supposed to be dead! At least act your actual age,” I gave him a look.

            Edward stopped yanking at Rosalie’s long blonde locks, and Rosalie stopped trying to kick him where it would really hurt.  The scene would look funny if they weren’t trying to rip each other’s throats out.

            The wood floors looked worn and scratched. Never underestimate vampire strength, I mused in amusement.

            Unsurprisingly, they got off the floor and looked at me. I instantly recognized their expression, hate. “Listen human,” Edward spat my name like it was poison. “You’ve been a thorn in my side for as long as we found you.”

            He grabbed me by the arms and pinned me against the wall threateningly. I didn’t seem fazed, which bothered him. Emmett contemplated on helping me, but I gave him a reassuring glance.

            The audacity, I thought angrily. “No you listen, bloodsucker,” I mocked. “You forget where I come from. I know secrets and I have friends. Leave me alone, or I’ll embrace the fact I want you dead and call my friends.”

            I knew pushing him wouldn’t do much good. Dang the stupid vampire strength!  I cursed mentally. I looked over his shoulder and when he turned, I ducked under his arm. “Not that stupid, huh?”

            Now that I thought about it, taunting a vampire wasn’t exactly the best idea. He growled and -since Esme came to see what was going on-turned away.

            Arianna did nothing to defend Edward. True love my ass, I snapped cynically in my mind. Alice gracefully walked past the scene like nothing went on, holding shopping bags.

“Alice?” Edward looked her with a slightly annoyed expression. “Now is a good time to help.”

Alice laughed and shook her head. “Dear brother, you know you had it coming.” She began to walk away. Before she was completely gone, she turned to me. “Well played, Rylinn.”

            “Thanks, I’m starting to like you.” I smiled as I followed her up the stairs. After we went shopping, Alice would always pull some kind of fashion show. It was nerve wracking to say the least.

            I saw Emmett get off the floor. “I’ll kick your butt at Mario Cart later. You game?” I threw over my shoulder, winking. He laughed and nodded, accepting the challenge.

            When we got up the stairs, I heard Alice sigh. “I don’t know you that well, but I’m going to trust you anyway. I hate Arianna. I can tell you do too,” she confessed.

            “I already knew that,” I replied, looking guilty. “You don’t exactly hide your feelings, you know. Why did you tell me?” I asked her bluntly. Do you want to get rid of her, or something? That’s already being taken care of, I added silently.

            “I-I don’t know,” her voice faltered. For once, Alice was at a loss for words. “I guess I just needed to actually let it out. You seem like a trustworthy person anyway.” She smiled at me. You have no idea on how wrong you are, I thought, guilt creeping into my system.

            “Well, you can tell me anything. I won’t judge, I promise.” The lies tumbled out with every word.

            She looked at me, relieved and turned to her room. No fashion show? I thought confusedly. I found myself wishing she would make me do one. It would’ve relieved the guilt from lying.

            What’s going on with me? I thought in horror. Guilt? I’m a spy for God’s sake!

            “Emmett! I’m calling you out for that game! Are you going to accept, or are you too scared?” I yelled from the top of the stairs. The corners of my mouth twisted into a smirk as I knew he would never decline.

            “I’m never too scared. And you’re the one who’s going to be crying,” he guffawed as he made his way to the game room. “Hey, since you’re a girl, I’ll go easy on you.” He added as an afterthought.

            My blue eyes met with his golden ones, challenging him. “Don’t do me any favors. And I’d like to see you dry sob in fairness.” Being arrogant was another of my many talents.

            He chuckled once and handed me the controller. When I was with my parents, my brother and I would play all the time. He was the type everyone loved. Everyone, including me. I remember mom and dad holding me as I cried at his funeral.

            “Rylinn?” Emmett’s low voice rand though the room.

            “Yeah?” I replied, taken off guard.

            “Are you going to start the game or what?” He asked impatiently.

            I nodded and grinned. All signs of discomfort were gone. All that mattered was beating Emmett. I saw that he chose Bowser. Typical guy move. Choose the strongest, ugliest character, I thought.

             I chose Yoshi, just because he was cute. I smiled; he was my favorite character when I played. “Emmett, choose anything except Rainbow Road! If you do, I’ll probably lose,” I lied. Emmett was too stupid to understand reverse psychology.

            “I guess it would be unfair to choose Rainbow Road then?” He smiled as he chose the course. I pouted as I braced myself.

            I turned out Emmett was awful at Rainbow Road. He couldn’t turn fast enough and I ended up winning effortlessly. “No fair! You tricked me,” he accused. I shrugged and hid my smile into the couch.

            We played a few more rounds before a shadow appeared in front of the TV. “Hey move man! We’re playing here,” Emmet whined at Edward. He stood his ground, with an angry expression.

            “Not until she apologizes,” he pointed at me with a pale finger. I rolled my eyes.

“Really?” I asked in annoyance. He nodded stiffly. “Fine! Edward I’m so sorry,” I looked in his eyes sincerely. He nodded with a smile and left. I turned and whispered in Emmett’s ear, “sorry that you haven’t hit puberty yet.”

            “Emmett, I’ll be in the garage working on the cars,” he threw over his shoulder. Emmett wore the I-don’t-care expression, but Edward didn’t notice.

            Emmett grinned and we both chortled with laughter at Edward. I ended up beating Emmett three times even though he took my controller away. “I need to get a drink of water, human remember?” I teased.

            I got off the couch and went to the kitchen. I got some pizza and water. When I was almost finished, I ran upstairs.

            I found myself in my room. As I was just about to fall asleep, I heard someone come in. “Alice, Jasper, whoever you are, get out! You may not need sleep, but I do,” I muttered in a slight daze.

            “It isn’t Jasper or Alice. I need to talk to you,” the voice said tentatively. I never saw this side of Rosalie. She was usually a cold-hearted witch. I groaned and sat upright.

            “What?” I asked, rudely. “Sorry, I’m just grumpy or surprised. You don’t like me, so I guess it’s understandable, right?”

            Rosalie gave me a tight-lipped smile. “Fine, whatever. Anyway, I just wanted to thank you for defending Emmett,” she explained.

            Oh no, here comes the guilt, I thought in horror. “It’s really no problem,” I replied curtly.

            “I’ve never met a human who wasn’t scared of us.”

            “Don’t underestimate me. I wasn’t kidding when I said that I had friends who could kill Edward.”

            “O-okay,” Rosalie stuttered. “Well, nice talk.” Her feet shuffled awkwardly as she walked out.

            I collapsed on the bed as thoughts and sleep overtook me. Sleeping was one of the many ways I could lose myself and think peacefully. Just when my dream was about to get better, I heard something.

            My body jolted awake and I felt like I had just been electrocuted. It was the sound of someone’s scream. I sat upright and my body was still stiff from sleep. The scream sounded feminine and I wondered if it was just Arianna throwing another fit.

As I walked out of my room, the flash of vampires running made me dizzy. I followed far behind to where the sound was coming from.

            The garage...

            Rosalie stood in the center of the Cullen garage with a box of tools spilled out around her. She probably dropped them in whatever she was freaked out about. I turned to what made her scream.

            Her normally beautiful BMW convertible was scratched and there were patches of rust colored paint. She looked around at all of us. “What did you do?” She hissed through clenched teeth.

            Edward? He was the only one in the garage, I thought. Rosalie snapped her attention to me. Oops, did I say that out loud?

            “Is this true, brother?” She spat with as much venom as she could. He decided that there was no point in lying as he nodded. Rosalie tackled him in an instant. “You ruined my car as revenge for Emmett ruining your piano, huh? Answer me!”

            He pushed her off and was suddenly near the door, away from his sister. “No, I didn’t. I wouldn’t be that evil, unlike some people.” He shot back furiously.

            We all stood away from their fight. Arianna looked scared to death. Wuss, I thought impolitely.

            “Edward, you were the only the one in the garage. It isn’t really her fault for blaming you. The strongest smell here is yours,” Alice added shakily. I could tell his outburst scared her. 

            “Is the entire family against me, or something? First I come home and my piano is destroyed! Now, I’m getting accused for something I didn’t do,” he was in near hysterics.

            “Why don’t you go take a walk before you do something you really regret,” Jasper looked at him with calm eyes. Edward relaxed slightly and his facial expression slacked a bit.

He looked over at his love, hoping Arianna would defend him. Her eyes met the floor as he went back to the house, slamming the door behind him. Esme sobbed quietly into Carlisle’s chest, “our family is breaking apart.”

You have no idea how right you are, I thought grimly. Amira, you are certainly terrible... evil even, but a genius nonetheless. I thought I heard a chuckled, but looked around and saw nothing.

I doubted that Amira would try to pull anything else because it would’ve made the Cullens suspicious, but she was the boss. I still had to act like everything was surprising, but I knew that in time the family would crumble.

 I just had to determine if I was going to go down with it...

 

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