Okay I thought up this fanfic when I was about eleven. And have been working on it on and off for about three years. So far I'm up to chapter 20, which I'm still working on. I hope you guys like this, and if you do, please review, because then I give my kitty cat a treat. And she doesn't get treats often, because not very many people review my stories. So I'm gonna need minimum of five reviews before I put up another chapter. And just a heads up, this story takes place two years after The Last Olympion, and the Hero's Of Olympus books never happened. Also, I thought that I would set Bella and Edwards engament back to their senior year of high school, just to make things just a little more interesting. So please enjoy this.
11 year old me: Yeah, please read and review this. Unless you want me to cry.
Present day me: See? Do you really want to make 11 year old me cry?
11 year old me: Yeah, do you?
Present day me: So make a little girl from the past and a treatless cat happy, and review this story.
I couldn't wait to get off the airplane. Not just because it was dangerous for me to fly (which it now was, ever since I had started dating my boyfriend, Percy), but because I was going to see my cousin, Bella.
I haven't really been in contact with Bella for the past three years, untill she called me up last month. She was my best friend. As far as physical differences went, she had brown hair and eyes, and my hair was blonde and my eyes are gray. Other than that, we were identical in every way, shape, and form; from our pale skin, and similar personalities.
Bella was the daughter of my dad's sister, Reene. She had lived with Reene in Arizona for the better part of eighteen years. Only last year, did she move back to her home town of Forks, Washington.
I walked over to baggeg claim, keeping an eye out for Bella. When she had called me last month, asking me to spend the school year with her in Forks, I was both shocked and excited. I of course said yes, and I asked if I could bring Percy with me. She said yes, then told me that she and her own boyfriend, Edward, would pick us up from the airport. She sent me a picture of the two of them, so that way I would reconigze them when I saw them.
When I got off the phone with Bella, I had Iris-Messeged Percy, who had said yes (with his mom's permission, of course,) and was excited to spend the school year with me, for once.
Now at baggege claim, I was looking around the area for my cousin/best friend and boyfriend. Suddenly, I heard a voice behind me. The one and only voice that I would know any where in the world. Percy's voice. I turned around and gasped, seeing as he was less than an inch away from me. He was also much taller now, maybe 5''11'.
He smiled down at me, his oh-so irresistable deep sea green eyes gleaming with happiness. He suddenly grabbed me into a hug. "Hey, Wise Girl," he said into my hair. "I missed you."
I pulled away so that I could get a better look, and smiled up at him. "I missed you too, Seaweed Brain," I whispered, before stretching up on my toes for a quick kiss.
I pulled away from the kiss, and looked around. There, over by the big window that looked out over the planes, was Bella and a guy about our age who I reconigized from the picture she sent me as Edward.
Bella's hair was pulled back in her usual ponytail, while she wore her usual jeans with a plain t-shirt and a pair of high tops. She was smiling at me and waving at the two of us.
She whispered something into Edward's ear, and then started toward us. Bella started running, with Edward close behind her.
I'll admit, Edward was very handsome, but not as good looking as Percy, in my opinion. He had bronze colored hair, skin paler than either mine or Bella's, and golden colored eyes.
"Annabeth!" Bella cried. "I'm so glad to see you. How was your flight?" She asked while grabbing me into a hug.
"I'm glad to see you too, Bella," I replied. "The flight was tolarable." I glanced over at Percy, and smiled like we were sharing a private joke, which we were. "Bella, I'd like you to meet my boyfriend, Percy." I said.
"Nice to meet you, Percy," she said, shaking his hand.
"Yeah," he said. "Likewise."
"Uh, Annabeth, Percy, this is Edward," she said, intorducing us.
"It's a pleasure to meet the two of you. Bella has told me a lot about you, Annabeth," he said, shaking each of our hands in turn. I thought that I saw his expression flicker into confussion for a moment, but it was quickly gone, so I figured that I had just imangined it.
"So, should we starting heading home?" Bella said to no one in particular.
"Yeah, let's go," I said. Percy and I grabbed our suitcases, and followed Edward and Bella out toward the parking lot.
"Edward? What's wrong?" He had seemed tense ever since he had seen Percy and Annabeth for the first time.
"I can't read their minds," he said. Uh-oh. I thought that this might happen. I've had a theory about why he couldn't read my mind. I'd been hoping that I was wrong, but unfourently, I was right.
I sighed. "I'll tell you later," I promised. But first, I needed to talk with Annabeth.