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“I’ll have to buy Esme a new kitanda frame,” I confessed, glancing over my shoulder. She followed my gaze and I saw shock on her face. Didn’t she notice that at night? Me, destroying a bad, made a lot of noise. But actually, our attention was involved in some other activity.
“Hmm. You’d think I would have heard that.”
“You seem to be extraordinarily unobservant when your attention is otherwise involved.”
“I was a bit absorbed,” She admitted, blushing a deep red, I felt the warms of her skin and her heartbeat accelerated again. She was embarrassed. Bella’s moyo beat – the sweetest sound I’ve ever heard. I didn’t want to lose that in a vampire Bella. I touched her burning cheek and sighed. “I’m really going to miss that.”
She stared at my face, I guess, she was trying to find out, if I was angry at her.
“How are wewe feeling?”
She sounded confused. I laughed. She looked like a kid, that broke something, trying to get to know, if the parents will punish her.
“What?” She demanded.
“You look so guilty—like you’ve committed a crime.”
“I feel guilty,” She muttered.
“So wewe seduced your all-too-willing husband. That’s not a capital offense.”
I teased her. I felt zaidi warms of her cheeks. “The word seduced implies a certain amount of premeditation.”
“Maybe that was the wrong word,” I agreed. She still haven’t found out, what she wanted. I saw it in the crease on her forehead.
“You’re not angry?”
I smiled. This is the main question. “I’m not angry.”
“Well . . .” she had a right to know the reasons of me being happy. “I didn’t hurt you, for one thing. It was easier this time, to control myself, to channel the excesses.” my eyes found the damaged frame again.
“Maybe because I had a better idea of what to expect.”
Her face became enlighten and a smile full of hope crossed it. My sweetest Bella, it was s right to see her smiling so sincerely. “I told wewe that it was all about practice.” Oh, yeah, of course. Of course, she forgot that I need to keep her salama and that I was risking her life every second. I rolled my eyes. Bella’s stomach growled, and I laughed. I was happy that we were interrupted in the middle of this confronting discussion.
“Breakfast time for the human?” I asked. I got out of kitanda in a second.
“Please,” She said, hopping out of bed. She moved sharply and started to lose the balance. I caught her before in a sekunde into my arms. I started to worry again.
“Are wewe all right?”
“If I don’t have a better sense of equilibrium in my inayofuata life, I’m demanding a refund.”
We got to the jikoni and she left me beside the table. She cooked this morning, frying up some eggs. As I could say, she was very hungry - impatient, she flipped them onto a plate after just a few minutes. Her maua, ua scent mixed with the scent of fried eggs.
“Since when do wewe eat eggs sunny-side up?” I asked. I was curious. It didn’t seem like Bella. She always liked to cook and never liked eggs too much.
“Since now.” She told me, completely busy with her breakfast.
“Do wewe know how many eggs you’ve gone through in the last week?” I pulled the trash bin out from under the sink—it was full of empty blue cartons. Her gaze seemed surprised a little.
“Weird,” She alisema after swallowing a scorching bite. “This place is messing with my appetite.” She was silent for a moment, like reminding something. “But I like it here. We’ll probably have to leave soon, though, won’t we, to make it to Dartmouth in time? Wow, I guess we need to find a place to live and stuff, too.”
Oh, the college thing. I decided not to make her do her part of a deal, that she tried to offer me last night. Everything has to be as she likes, because, as I noticed, my way was always wrong for her. I sat down inayofuata to her. The warms of her body, right beside me made me feel incredible.
“You can give up the college pretense now—you’ve gotten what wewe wanted. And we didn’t agree to a deal, so there are no strings attached.”
She snorted. “It wasn’t a pretense, Edward. I don’t spend my free time plotting like some people do. What can we do to wear Bella out today?” She tried to fake my voice. I laughed, unashamed. “I really do want a little zaidi time being human.” She leaned over to me and touched my bare chest, leaving burning trills on my skin. “I have not had enough.”I gave her a dubious look.
“For this?” I asked, catching her cruel hand as it moved down my stomach.
“Sex was the key all along?” I rolled my eyes. “Why didn’t I think of that?” I muttered sarcastically. But I knew all long that it was the key. But the problem was that her safety was zaidi important for me. It was the reason of my whole existence, actually.
“I could have saved myself a lot of arguments.”
She laughed. “Yeah, probably.”
“You are so human,” I alisema again. And she was so Bella – sweet, innocent, fragile and fearless.
I smiled. “We’re going to Dartmouth? Really?”
“I’ll probably fail out in one semester.”
“I’ll tutor you.” My smile was wider now. “You’re going to upendo college.”
“Do wewe think we can find an apartment this late?”
I grimaced, looking guilty. I was always trying to prepare to the different changes. “Well, we sort of already have a house there. wewe know, just in case.”