Jacob and Leah

A Blackwater Love Story

The story of Leah and Jacob


January 10th, 2010

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I woke up slowly, blinking at the sun that filtered through the trees.  Christ, I hadn't meant to sleep the entire night here.  The grass around me was covered in dew and I knew when I stood up I'd be soaking wet.  Plus, there was a tree root digging right into my back that I;d somehow not noticed the night before.

I was ridiculously thirsty and had a bit of a headache, but nothing too bad. I silently thanked myself for not completely overdoing it the night before. I lay still, slowly sifting through the memories of the previous night, going through everything that had happened and trying to get it all straight in my head.  There was a weird combination of elation and fear welling up inside of me.

Elation, because I knew whatever happened, Leah was there, and we'd get through whatever we had to together. Fear...well, maybe not fear, exactly. More like nervousness.; I really, really didn't want to face Bella and the Cullens. The thought of looking Bella in the face and telling her that I didn't want her anymore made me cringe. Not because it wasn't true, but I had been in love with her for the better part of two years. The last thing I wanted to do was to hurt her.

But Leah...Leah took precedence. She had to, she was my imprint. And as much as I didn't want to hurt Bella, I wanted Leah so, so much more.I turned my head to watch her, still curled up on my chest.  I couldn't tell whether or not she was asleep.

"Hey Leah," I nudged her gently. "You awake?"

December 28th, 2009

And so it begins...

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I was running through the woods behind the Cullen's house trying to get Bella out of my thoughts. Ha, like that was even possible.  She'd sneaked her way into my head and wrapped herself around my mind, insinuating herself like a snake into my most private thoughts and desires.  As much as I loved her I hated that she had such a hold on me.  So I was trying to outrun my own brain; outrun the constant, probably unhealthy obsession I had with her.

It wasn't working.

I was so wrapped up in my thoughts that I almost missed the fact that Leah was sitting in the middle of a clearing I was running through. Jeez, so much for the ridiculously acute wolfy senses. Some protector I made. She was supposed to be on patrol.  I was a bit annoyed as I phased back into my human form behind a tree, pulling on the jeans I had tied around my neck.  It wasn't like Leah to slack off like this. 

If she had been a wolf I could have read her thoughts, but she was in her human form.

"Hey, Leah, what's going on?"  I asked as I padded into the clearing.
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