Twilight Preference: what the wolf pack thinks when they see their imprint for the first time
Sam: at first he is scared. He is the first person in the wolf pack to be a part of imprinting. He doesn’t really know what to do or what it is exactly. All he knows is that he wants to get to know you. And only you.
Paul: he is typically described as a hard person, someone who is always tough or strong. When he sees you for the first time all of those walls comes down. He realizes how vulnerable he is for the first time in his life. He knows that it is not just about himself anymore. He would want to immediately get to know you and show you the side of him that is soft, compassionate, and caring.
Embry: he would consider himself to be the luckiest person on Earth. After so long of seeing other people imprint and not himself, he would have giving up on the idea. However, when he sees you for the first time it is a game changer. He would go above and beyond for you through his actions because he has waited for so long to meet you. He would want to be your person and your rock.
Jacob: at first he is angry and emotional after the realization that he had imprinted on you. All of the previously thoughts he had about how horrible imprinting is has melted away. Yet, he still continues to struggle with the idea of it from time to time; but he always recognizes that you have made his life better.
Jared: he would be so full of glee when he first sees you. He would be more excited that he imprinted on you than he would have been for the fried chicken that Emily has made. He would, of course, want to get to know you better over the course of a dinner or Starbucks date. The type of date that you can sit down for hours and feel as if minutes has passed by.
Seth: he would be so giggly at the fact that he had imprinted. It would be the type of laughter that was pure joy. He would be a bundle of excitement over the imprint. Excitement over getting to know you, excitement over being around you, and excitement over continuing the next part of his life with you.
I was sitting on a water beat log at First Beach, trying to force myself to the homework I had put off to the last minute… again.
There were a group of people having what seemed to be a get together of some sorts. They had food, a few of them were throwing a football around, another was running after a little girl who insisted that the ocean was just a ‘big swimming pool’.
It was cute and the whole scene was heart warming, don’t get me wrong… but they were loud as hell.
How was I supposed to procrastinate with all this noise?
I spent the next few minutes trying to convince myself that the trigonometry in front of me wasn’t even that hard but I kept get interrupted by the football that kept landing only feet away from me.
There was a youngish looking boy who always retrieved the ball and would apologize.
“My friend over there just has a really strong arm. It won’t happen again. Sorry!” he said, the first time.
But it happened again.
Each time the youngish boy, Seth I learned, would apologize.
I didn’t want to get in the way of anyone’s fun, so I decided to leave. Hell, I wasn’t getting anything done anyways.
I got up from the log, put on my jacket and was picking up my Trig book/book from hell. I was just turning around when I a big ass, hard ass, brown thing hit me straight in the forehead.
“Oh shit.” I heard someone say as my ass hit the ground.
A few seconds later the two guys that were throwing the ball, were towering over me.
“Shit, I’m so sorry! I swear I didn’t mean to. Seth was supposed to catch it!” the older one said, smacking Seth in the shoulder.
“Don’t you think we should be making sure you didn’t give the poor girl a concussion?!” Seth asked.
“Can you stand?” the older one asked.
“Yeah, sure.” I said, using the extended hands to help me.
I opened my eyes a little bit wider and the whole Beach was spinning.
“How many fingers am I holding up?What’s your name?” Seth asked.
“Really, Seth?” the older one asked
“What!? I saw it in a movie!” Seth countered.
“Two and Y/N Seth and I’m fine you guys. I might have a big ass bruise on my head but I’m fine.” I said, looking at Seth and then to the other one.
The way that this guy looked at me, I knew that the bruise was already forming. He wouldn’t take his eyes of me.
“Shit, is it that bad?” I laughed nervously.
“No! No!” the boy soon recovered, “I was just, uhhhhh-, ummm-,” the boy stuttered.
Damn, I must look worse than I thought, the boy can’t even form words.
“Paul here was just making sure you were really alright. Isn’t that right, Paul?” asked Seth.
Paul quickly recovered and nodded his head in agreement.
“Maybe you should stay here a little bit longer? I just wouldn’t want you to get out on the road and get hurt, you know?” Paul offered.
“You could come sit with the rest of us.” he said, after seeing my hesitation.
I nodded my head and let them lead me toward the group.
“I’m glad you’re staying. You’ll be glad you did.” Paul said, giving me a smile.
For some reason, I didn’t think our first encounter was going to be our last. I was going to be seeing a lot more of Paul and boy was I ready.