Nayeli.

-A Jacob Black Fan Fiction, actually written for something called Hater's Writing Competition-

Alice Bluebird and Jacob Black have always been one of the obvious people to date. You know, the ones where you say "Oh of course, that's because they're perfect for each other." And they're also one of these couples that are almost annoyingly sweet and seem to be able to read each other's minds, making you want to cry, or hit them.
That is why what happens shocks everyone, including them.
When Allie's boyfriend Jake breaks up with her, she is crushed. And ready and willing to kick that goddamn Isabella Swan's arse. But what she doesn't know is that she is to become a part of something big...

Note: Do not read this if you particularly like Nessie; or Bella Swan, she gets hit in the face. However do read this if you like original characters, Jacob, sarcasm, best friend scenes with Leah Clearwater, a good laugh, and soppy love stories.

REVIEWS MAKE ME HAPPIER THAN CHOCOLATE.

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2. Chapter One - The Hall Monitors.

 

I was sitting on the beach with Jake’s two best friends, Quil and Embry, and Leah Clearwater, who had been my bestie since forever. I was sitting between Jacob’s legs, leaning against his chest, and trying to soak up the sun. In comparison with my friends, I looked awfully pale, my skin just a bit lighter than my light brown hair, something that you rarely saw around here. Around here being La Push, the small Quileute reservation I lived on together with my Native dad and a lot of other Quileute. My mum didn’t live with us. She had been a pale face. I say had been because she was dead to me. She had left us.

“Oh, look, our protectors are coming.” I scoffed, shoving my sunglasses into my hair and squinting a bit. “That’s what your dad calls them, Jake. The protectors. I call them Hall Monitors on Steroids because frankly, Embry’s suggestion was the best ever.”

Leah, who was lying in the sand with her head on my thighs, giggled. You just didn’t hear Leah Clearwater giggle. Well, that’s what everyone thought. She was actually a really sweet girl and the best best friend I could wish for.

The guys hadn’t been so thrilled about Leah coming—mostly because she didn’t seem to do anything but scrowl—but I had insisted. I loved Leah like a sister. A lot of people thought she was a bitch, but I knew that my best friend was just having a bad time because her long-term boyfriend Sam Uley had first popped the question, then disappeared and fallen in love with her cousin Emily as soon as he first saw her when he came back. Talk about Sisters Over Misters.

“Hey, Uley’s here as well.” Quil said.

I gave him a look as Leah shot up from the sand, almost panicking.

“Where?”

The question was a bit unnecessary because the guys were the only other people at First Beach.

“He looks old, doesn’t he?” I tried to lighten up the mood. “And I don’t mean old in that hot, mysterious way. Just old. Like, thirty. Yup, drugs do that to you, my children.”

It worked; Leah grinned and lay down again. “Giggles!”

Giggles was my old nickname, and almost all of my friends and even the Tribe Elders called me that, and I had never really thought about it; it had just always been there. I had had it for ages and had gotten it because of my giggle—it was bubbly, and absolutely contagious, at least that was what people said. I thought it was horrible and a bit screechy. Quil and Embry, however, called me Allie, a nickname Jake had started and I actually hated. It was just that, when Jacob said it, it sounded lovely.

“Can’t imagine what anyone likes about him—he’s always been an asshat, but kinda good-looking, not my type, though. Now he’s, like, overly-buff and all Alpha Dog all the time.”

“So Paul’s the only one left on your list?” Leah asked. Her eyes were closed and she was angling her face towards the sun.

I scoffed. “Sheesh, Lee. Sam was never on that list. It always consisted of only Paul, in all his drugged-up glory, and that creepy guy selling E on First Beach sometimes.”

“What list?” Quil and Jake asked at the same time, Jake sounding a bit panicked.

“It’s all cool, Jakie, calm down.” Leah laughed, and I reached back to run my hand through his hair and rub his neck, something that always calmed him. I had cut his hair myself one night when I had stayed over at his house, with paper scissors. He had just got up and asked me to do it because he had been infuriated with his hair. Too unpractical, was what he’d said. After I did it, he said I had done alright (if you asked me, it looked a bit scruffy, but he seemed to even like it better that way) and had kissed me, which, of course, had been the best part about it. He looked better like that, I thought. I liked it. It had something of an at least semi-permanent change. It was what people always said women did—a new haircut for a new section of your life. When he had first asked me out, I had cut myself a fringe. Which, I admit, hadn’t been the best idea I’d ever had.

Quil was never going to let him live down how whipped Jake was in his mind.

Leah sat up, grinning at Jacob. “It’s one of her lists, you know the deal.”

“No, we don’t,” Embry interrupted, having woken up.

“You don’t? Well—”

I slapped her hand over her mouth just in time. “I swear to God, Lee, I’ll kill you.”

Leah only laughed and pried my hand away—gee, that girl was strong, I’m telling you—, saying “You know, she’s got these Sketch Books. They’re really cute.”

I nodded, somehow completely at ease now. “They’re kinda like a diary, so if I ever see one of you with one in his hands, I will happily torture you to death.” I grinned and turned to Jake. “You’ve seen one of them once, don’t you remember?”

“Sure.” He seemed to like the fact that I had showed him something so important to me. I certainly did.

“Anyways,” Leah interrupted just before we could kiss, “She’s got these lists in them, and the one we’re talking about is called Rez Criminals I’d Do.” Everybody laughed at that, apart from me. I pouted and then said “Lee, you made that list with me.” To which the guys only laughed more.

Glancing over at the Hall Monitors, I saw Jared almost doubling over from laughter. Freak.

“Why not Jared?” Quil asked. “He’s single.”

Jake growled a bit. “My girlfriend, Quil.” Yeah, he was sometimes quite possessive-protective of me, but I liked it. It was sweet.

I traced random patterns on his arm and he immediately relaxed. I loved the fact that I was the one making him calm down so easily.

“Dude, Jake, what’s going on with you? You’ve gotten touchier than my grandma lately.” Embry’s grandma was dead.

Jacob tensed again, opening his mouth to, undoubtedly, say something rude, but I mumbled something incoherent and let my patters wander up to his shoulder, calming him down again. But it was true, he was extremely angry lately.

Leah stared at us. She had probably never really seen us in action. Jake’s dad, Billy, had said once—after trying, and failing, to get us to break up until he had met me—that we were like magnets, always circling around each other and with strong bonds between us.

Then again, I think he just liked me because I knew how to cook.

“Kim’s had the hots for Jared for ages. Not that I know why, because he’s really not that good looking. I mean, have you looked at him? Lately, yeah, but he was just a scrawny kid before.” Then again, so was my boyfriend. I smiled. “They’d be so lovely, even though she’s far too good for him, of course. But that asshat never even looks at her, dense as he is. She’d be so upset.”

“I still don’t know why you’ve got that list.” Quil chuckled.

I felt the blood rise in my cheeks and Leah laughed loudly. “Oh, yeah, that’s a funny one. We were a bit sugar high.”

“That was years ago.” I tried to defend myself. “That was before I liked you.” I told Jake.

“It was two weeks ago.”

“Lee!” I hissed.

Even Jake laughed.

“Thank you.” I huffed. “Thank you.”

Leah grinned and glanced at her phone. “By the way, now that I’ve embarrassed Giggles here enough, I gotta go.” She stood up and dusted off her jeans shorts. “See you, guys.”

I coughed, sounding as if I had severe bronchitis.

“And Alice.”

“Cheers.” I said.

Suddenly Jake perked up. “Wait, Leah, what time is it?” he asked.

“Twenty to, why?”

“Okay, I’m late.” He laid his hands on my back, signalling that he wanted me to stand up. I didn’t want to.

I still did it.

“What are you doing?” I asked, probably sounding like an over-possessive girlfriend, but I was curious.

“Bella and I are working on the bikes.” He answered, pulling me towards him on the belt loop of my Jack Wills shorts to kiss me.

I didn’t particularly like that thought.

Quil wolf-whistled. “Hot schmexy date?” he asked.

I smacked him. Now I really didn’t like that thought.

I had actually never met that Bella girl; Jake said they had been friends when they’d been kids because her father and Billy, his dad, were buddies. He had even said that he’d had a crush on her when she had arrived in Forks about half a year ago. But he had also said that she wasn’t nearly as pretty and fun and sweet as me, but she was having a bad time, something about her boyfriend.

“It’s not like that.” Jake assured me. Still didn’t like it. “If you want to, you can meet her.”

I guessed that was okay.

“’S cool, I have to go see Emily anyways, that’s kinda on the way.” I smiled. “Bye, lovelies.”

“Gosh, ditch us for the bitch, why don’t you?” Embry whined.

“Don’t talk about her like that.” I scolded him, only half-heartedly, though, because I sometimes thought the same thing. But I was trying to get them not to say any, as I put it, bad words any more.

“God, Giggles, it rhymed.”

As Jake went to get his shoes, Embry said. “But you don’t like her either.”

“No.” I answered truthfully. “I don’t.” I had the feeling she was just using him.

I could tell the boys that because we had become very close. Even though I mocked them, and they complained about how whipped I had their best friend, we got along perfectly. They were awesome.

 

Nayeli - I Love You

 

I skipped all the way to Jake’s house.

Needless to say, he rolled his eyes at me a lot.

At Jake’s, we barged into the garage. A girl was sitting there, with dark circles under her eyes, obviously waiting for Jake. Her face lit up when she saw him. I had to admit, she was pretty when she smiled. Still a little pale, but pretty.

Jake smiled back, but his eyes didn’t hold what they did when he looked at me. So I guessed it was okay. I wasn’t going to lose him.

“Hey, Jake.” She grinned, but her smile faltered when she saw me.

“Hi, Bella.” Jake said. He pushed me slightly forward, his hand on the small of my back. “This is Alice, my girlfriend.”

She looked at me, forced a smile and held her hand out. “Nice to meet you, Alice.”

The awkwardness was killing me right now.

I took her hand. “Nice to meet you, too, Bella. I’ve heard a lot from you.” A lot was open to interpretation, but yeah…

“Can’t say the same.” She murmured.

“Well, I’ll get going now.” Escape the awkwardness right. Now. “See ya, Jake. Bella.” I couldn’t help but kiss him goodbye a bit harder than usual. I really was a jealous bitch.

“Oh, and Allie?” I turned and just saw Bella cringe at the nickname.

“Yeah?”

Jake frowned. “As soon as they turn up, go. Emily got hurt when she started going out with Sam. I don’t like you being around him.”

“I’ll leave when they arrive, Jake. Scout’s Honour.” I held my hand up.

“Not comforting, considering you were thrown out of them.” He grinned, and Bella laughed.

She had a nice laugh. She had probably never been thrown out of anything.

“The Scout leader was a know-it-all; someone had to put her in her place. She called me a Half-Breed. I think Dad was close to hitting her.” I said cheerfully, but I knew Jake didn’t buy that.

Suddenly serious again, he called after me when I started walking away again.

“Be careful, Allie.”

 

Nayeli - I Love You

 

I didn’t knock when I arrived at Emily’s. I didn’t even know anyone who did. Well, I kind of knocked, but it didn’t really count, because I didn’t wait for an answer—I just went right in.

“Hiya, Em! What are you doing?” I asked her back.

“Oh, hi, Giggles.” She turned and smiled at me. Well, one half of her face did.

“I’m just cooking for the guys.” She held up her floury hands. “I’d hug you, you know.”

I grinned. “Yeah, ‘s okay.”

I set the basket I had brought on the table. “I made muffins yesterday. Dad said I should bring you some.”

“Oh, thanks. Take some pancakes, if you want.” She gestured to a huge plate that was set on the table. “Are you staying?”

“Can’t.” I managed through a bite of pancake.

“What’s going on?”

I shrugged. “I promised Jake to leave as soon as the Hall Monitors come here. Plus, I already have plans with Lee.”

A hurt look crossed one half of her face, but it was gone again in a second.

“Oh. Have fun.”

I sat on the counter next to the dough she was kneading.

“You know, Em, I’m not angry with you or anything. It’s just … you know Lee is. Well, not really angry, but she’s hugely disappointed. You really hurt her, Em. Especially you.”

“I know.” She sniffed. “But, you know, I love him.”

I nodded. “I think I understand you, or at least a bit. I mean, if Jake was with another woman, I’d still love him. Besides, it seems like you and your fiancenot are made for each other, so I guess it’s better that it happened now than at their wedding or whatever.” I patted her shoulder awkwardly. “I just think you should’ve waited with the whole engagement thing, Em. I mean, he gave her a bloody promise ring after years, and now you not only snatched him away but you’re engaged after … what is it, half a year? I love you, but that’s not cool, Em.”

I felt bad for having such a speech, but it was what I thought. And Leah was my friend.

“That’s why we’re waiting to get married.” She said, quietly. She didn’t have to defend herself or tell me that she fought it, because I knew.

“I hate weddings.” I murmured, just to say something. “They make me sad.”

Emily didn’t answer, but she tensed up a bit, and then I heard the Hall Monitors outside.

“That’s my cue to leave.” I smiled. “See ya, Emmy.” I used my old nickname for her and hugged her.

And that was when Mr Alpha Hall Monitor had to barge in and ruin everything.

“Emily, are you okay?”

And suddenly, he had me at the collar of my tunic, holding me in the air.

“She’s been crying. What did you do to her?” he growled, shaking violently.

I was paralyzed, like a doe in the flashlights, just staring at him with big eyes. I could only think of one thing, and the sentence rushed around in my head, repeating itself over and over again. Emily got hurt when she started going out with Sam.

Emily got hurt when she started going out…

Emily got hurt…

From far away, I heard Emily scream. “Sam, let her down!”

I was released, and stumbled out of his reach as fast as I could.

What is wrong with you? You probably did that to her, huh? How sick and psycho are you?” I screamed at him. Then I turned to Emily. “Em, abusive relationships are not okay! You have to do something! That guy is dangerous!”

She shook her head at me as if I was a little kid that didn’t get anything, and went over to him to kiss him.

Oh God.

“You … you’re all sick!” I managed to get out.

Then I did what every girl in my position would do.

I ran for my life.

When I burst out the door, I heard Jared say “Wow, Em, these muffins are the best you’ve ever made.”

I suddenly wished I had poisoned them.

Fact: Alice doesn't swear as her Boarding School was very strict about that - so she's very sensitive to swearing. If she ever cusses, you know something is dead wrong.

 

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