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Leaving Amber

Novel By: ShaunaLeigh
Fan fiction

Beyond the impossible...an imprint broken...a soul flitting back and forth...another familiar with loss...forgiving the unforgivable...and leaving her behind- forever.

When former members of Sam’s pack return, a pack of their own is not the only thing they bring. Kyle’s imprint Amber may have convinced everyone to accept them, but the girl who brought them together turns out to be tearing the new pack apart. All comes to the surface when Ryan attacks her for leaving him for imprint, something Leah Clearwater is all too familiar with.
With Amber dying and coming back to life, the battle against permanent death is becoming more and more difficult. The only thing that can save her is what most wolves consider a death sentence in itself- vampire venom. Kyle has to decide whether to let Amber live a life without him as a vampire, or the other option of waiting on the ultimately unavoidable.

Disclaimer- I do not own Twilight, these characters (apart from some) belong to Stephanie Meyer. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Nov 28, 2011    Reads: 12    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   

Chapter 24- Kyle Clinn

We were in the car on the way to the Cullen's- Leah had muttered something about needing to take her car back anyway. It felt like my heart was trying to force its way out of my chest. It thumped abnormally fast. I spoke for the sake of speaking. I didn't want to hear the thoughts swarming around my head.

"So I guess I know why you wouldn't tell me in front of everyone," I said.

"Hm?" Leah replied distractedly.

"You know, because Amber's unconscious and...Brain damaged."

"It just seemed a bit insensitive to announce it," she said indifferently.

She was staring at the road ahead. Her face was tense and she was jiggling her leg. I tried to catch her eye but she was looking anywhere but me.

"It's bittersweet huh? I don't know what to make of it," I sighed.

It wasn't a question that I expected her to answer. It was almost rhetorical, a remark to myself more than anything, but I was still confused when she didn't say anything or make a noise in response.

"Leah is something wrong?"

"We're here," she cut across me.

I reached for the handle and opened the car door. She didn't reach for hers.

"Are you coming in?"

She turned her head and her eyes just looked through me. Leah had lovely eyes but also the most direct stare, the most penetrating gaze.

"I have quite literally been inhaling the putrid stench of those foul reeking leeches for well over an hour and like radiation I'd prefer to be as far away from it as possible."

"I'll take that as a no," I said slowly, climbing out.

"Wise boy. Close the door before the smell gets into the car. I don't want to bring it home with me," she said idly.

I stared at her kind of taken aback but at the same time not. On one hand this was exactly how she'd been when I met her and from what I'd heard, how she was on a daily basis. On the other she hadn't been like that before we got in the car.

She looked up after seconds passed without the sound of my door closing. She saw me paused by the car.

For a second I thought she was going to explain, maybe possibly apologise and laugh it off.

"Kyle- the door?"

I shut it and walked towards the house.

She is a girl Kyle, I told myself. The whole lot of them are bat shit crazy.


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