This short story is told from Edward's point of view. It's based on Twilight, and maybe a bit of Midnight Sun. It's about Alice's obsession of wanting to talk with Bella. I guess it shows Alice's determination and Edward's stubborness. Please comment and tell me what you think!
Even before Bella, the strongest relationship I had in my family was with Alice. We had always been freaks among those who were already freaks, with my mind leitura and her future seeing. We looked out for each other, we kept each other’s secrets, and we annoyed the hell out of one another.
Alice had always been slightly…. strange. If that was the word you could use to describe her. Not that I could really talk, I heard what people were thinking for crying out loud. But Alice was different…… Alice had a different way of looking at things because she could see what the future held. Because of that she was very smug, towards me anyway. But that’s just what our relationship was based on: annoyance.
When Alice saw that Bella and she would be friends, she wouldn’t let go. She insisted on shoving the image in my face every single day.
Alice was sitting on the porch, waiting for me, when I got início from hunting with Emmett. I sighed. Her thoughts were very repetitive; all based on her wanting to talk to Bella.
'I kept an eye on her, you know. The very least you can do to thank me is to let me speak to her.'
“Alice…” I sighed. “Please don’t do this….. Again.”
“But Edward!!!” she whined, in her high, soprano voice. “I’ve seen it! You might as well let it happen now, as opposed to later!” 'And it will happen, Edward. Sooner or later, whichever.'
Alice could be very annoying when she wanted to be. So I decided to distract her.
“D’you want to play chess, Spiky?” I asked, mussing her hair. I don’t know what I was thinking. Of course that wouldn’t distract her.
'Sure! por the way, Bella was staring at us all through lunch with a really sad look on her face. You shouldn’t leave like that, you know. It’s not fair to disappoint her.'
“Forget it Alice.” I muttered, and stalked off. I could hear her thoughts still occupied with Bella as I left.
Note: the apostrophes show the thoughts Edward hears.