Together Away

The year 2015 was a watershed for Bella and Edward Cullen. Their daughter had finally recovered from injuries she suffered in a car accident in 2013, and they had just weathered the upheaval of breaking off contact with Bella’s mother forever. They needed a break. They needed to get away. They needed to be together, just the two of them.

Here you will find the diary entries Edward wrote documenting the lovers’ travels in 2015. The series begins with Bella finding inspiration for the trip in the Olympic Mountains.Β  Six months later, the couple leaves for Jacksonville, Florida, and then moves on to Isle Esme to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary before heading overseas.

FEBRUARY, 2015
The Mountain

AUGUST, 2015
Florida

Isle Esme, Part 1 (NC-17)

IsleEsme

Isle Esme, Part 2 (NC-17)

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JulieVansThis series, based on Twilight: The Missing Pieces, was conceived and written by author Julie Vans. Writing stories as Edward Cullen is one of the many projects she has taken on in the last year. Life is busy, but she always leaves room for the Cullens amid the bedlam. She writes erotica under the name of Judy Canter. You’ll find her website here.

[Series edited by P. A. Lassiter]

97 Responses to Together Away

  1. Joy says:

    Hey PAL me again πŸ™‚ I’m just trying to understand this part I read in Isle Esme part 1. When Edward said that Bella was clutching his neck was she really trying to choke him? Not in a way to hurt him or anything I know it’s like in the heat of passion, I assume, but she wasn’t trying to be dominate with him was she? Sorry if that’s a weird question, I know Bella would never try to physically hurt Edward, but maybe she got a little excited? Anyway still love the stories though, and all the people who helped you write it πŸ˜‰

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Joy,
      Strangely enough, I don’t know the answer to this question. The story was written by Julie Vans and I took it the same way that you did, that Bella was being overly passionate. I felt that her having to be the less powerful partner for so long made her overreact in some ways after she became a vampire and that sometimes she “flexes her muscles” just because she finally can. She definitely did not want to hurt her beloved Edward in any permanent way. -PAL

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  2. i am so happy that this web was created otherwise i would die with disappointment that the twilight series would end and i would have nothing to read
    thank you for making this awesome book series

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  3. Simran Dhodi says:

    I am a complete twiHard and was very upset when I came to the end of the twilight series.A friend of mine told me about twilight the missing pieces and I will be ever gteatful to her for letting me know about it and you for writing these completely AMAZING writings.I know you must be very busy and all but I sincerely hope you continue writing. I hope all is going well with you and truly hope your pieces, if they cannot be published,get the credit they deserve.All the best,Simran Dhodi, India.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Simran,
      Thanks for your lovely comment. You’ve actually entered it on the “Together Away” page, whose stories were conceived and written by my colleague and friend, Julie Vans, who also wrote several stories on the “Twenty Years On” page. Though we can’t be paid for our Twilight fan fiction, we both continue to write our own novels, which can be found on Amazon.com. xx, -PAL

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  4. ankitha says:

    you have written really beautifully about twilight i always wanted to know about the missing pieces of the twilight from Edward side. i was really sad for it to stop. i was just browsing the internet when i got yours. By the way i am from India. best of luck for all your other books.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Ankitha,
      I’m so glad you found the website. There’s a lot here to read and I know all us Twilight fans are insatiable for more stories. I’m thrilled that the website is so popular in India. Stephenie Meyer created a lot of fans there! πŸ™‚ All the best, -PAL

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  5. lily says:

    hi I cant seem to figure out how to download the full one of bolth this story and twenty years on could you help me with that please

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Lily,
      Neither Together Away nor Twenty Years On are officially finished and so we haven’t created single files for download. We still hope to finish them at some point, but I can’t say when that will be. For now, you can download the stories individually. Best, -PAL

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      • Victoria says:

        I just wanted to say that I love these stories! I am so hoping
        you guys will keep writing so the story goes on….

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        • PA Lassiter says:

          Hi Victoria,
          Julie and I revisit this from time to time, but I know I am very much out of date with regard to all the Twilight details and history, which makes these stories tough to construct. Julie is busy writing and publishing her own books, but we may get back to it at some point. Thanks for your comment! -PAL

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      • lily says:

        thank you so much that really helps and I am so glad that you do all of this from Edwards perspective because I’ve always wondered what goes through his head

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  6. Simran Nagra says:

    While reading these books I’m just lost in them .i forget where I am I’m just so ingrosed .love them .i have seen all the movies but they do no give any justice to the books but ur books are complete delight and treat to readers and twilight fans .keep inspiring writers like me . Sending u love all the way from India .

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  7. Karen says:

    Hi PAL,
    Thanks so much for writing all of this! I loved Midnight Sun and was so sad when I read she really didn’t intend to finish at this point. She said that her original vision of Edward had become so mixed with Robert Pattinson that it was too difficult to find it again. I feel like you found it for her! I enjoyed the movies a lot, but they never touched the books in my opinion (I guess that is pretty typical with much-loved books). I have enjoyed reading this so much – you did a REALLY amazing job! It’s something that could have only been a true labor of love from a very talented writer. I have gotten your book from Amazon now and am going to dive in shortly. I just wanted to tell you how much fun it was to visit Forks again and hang out with some of my favorite friends! I have read the series so many times it really feels that way. I’m looking forward to seeing what else you do!

    Thanks again!

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Karen,
      Thank you for your lovely comment. You’re right. It was a labor of love, as well as an opportunity for me to practice my hand at writing fiction among a wonderfully supportive community of Twilight fans. Plus–doggone it!–I just wanted to read the rest of Midnight Sun! Discovering that I could write it myself was a revelation. It’s not Stephenie Meyer’s version, but I felt I could offer something reasonably compelling in that empty space. I’m happy you’ve enjoyed the website along with me, and am equally gratified that you are checking out my first original novel, The Snake Handler’s Daughter. It’s a whole new world–I hope you enjoy it. xx, -PAL

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      • Karen says:

        Just finished your book and I LOVED it!!! I wrote a short but 5 star review on Amazon because it deserves to be read by more people and I know that helps. I couldn’t put it down and I loved the kooky characters. Had a very satisfying ending which I always appreciate πŸ™‚ As wacky as they were they were so believable and I really cared about what happened! I can’t wait for the next one! By the way I’m a 48 year old woman. Its always been amazing to me how the Twilight books affected such a wide range of people.
        You keep writing and I’ll keep reading!
        Karen

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        • PA Lassiter says:

          You made my day, Karen. I’m thrilled that you enjoyed my novel and thank you so much for the Amazon review! You are right–those make a big difference in how many other people will see the book. Amazon’s recommendation engine kicks in if a book receives enough positive reviews. I’m working on the second novel now, also set in Amity, Kentucky. If you haven’t seen it, you might enjoy the little (free) short story I wrote about the early days of Sylvia and Larry’s high school romance–he was something of a cat about town. You’ll find it on the MY BOOKS page on this website. Just scroll down to “Short Tales.” It’s called Larry’s Girl. God bless, PhoebeAnn

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  8. shweta says:

    I loved ur writting……reallly thnkuuuuuuuu so much for writting the novel by edward’s view point
    I liked the new moon version most because i wanted to knw abt edward,through wat cond he was going…thnks alot sir for writting such a piece of art

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      You are very welcome. I love New Moon too. I’d rewrite it better if I could because it’s such an opportunity to know more about Edward. By the way, I’m a woman, PhoebeAnn Lassiter, so that would be “ma’am”. However, we’re all friends here and that is very formal. You can call me PAL. πŸ™‚ xx, -PAL

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  9. Annabel R. says:

    The books were very well up until book 4, I left like I was reading fifty shades of grey, not twilight. This was all sex, what about romance? The last book was more of continuous sex. And it got disturbing. I loved the old way it was, but this new seductive way just…disturbs me. The books are great, but less sex and more story line. I mean none of this happened in the real book, which is a little unfortunate. But still, half of the things in the book didn’t happen in the real book. More romance and less sex?

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Annabel,
      You’re not the first person to object to the sexual content of Breaking Dawn: Edward. This page also has plenty of it, as these stories were written by erotica author Julie Vans. It’s certainly not to everyone’s taste. My goal was to try to make up for the lack of adult scenes in the original books (which were intended for a younger audience). Balancing the romance and sex was definitely something I struggled with, and I was also influenced by Fifty Shades of Grey, which came out while I was creating this website. I found I loved the new wave of erotic romance books by authors such as Megan Hart, Maya Banks, Shayla Black, Lorelei James, and Lauren Dane. They inspired much of the erotica content here. As I said, though, it’s not to everyone’s taste. Thanks for your feedback! -PAL

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  10. Victoria says:

    Hi! I was scrolling through old blog posts of yours and I reached the section about Together Away. In it you said, ” Olympic Mountains to Jacksonville, Florida, to Isle Esme, and on to England and Switzerland.” I was just wondering when the New England and Switzerland chapters will be added to this page? Thanks so much. -Victoria

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Victoria,
      The best-laid plans sometimes go awry. The “Together Away” series was envisioned and written by my co-author Julie Vans, and she’s since moved on to writing original work. I’m not sure that she still plans to complete this series as it’s described. I should probably delete the description, but I will check with her first. I know she’s very busy with other works right now. Thank you for asking. -PAL

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  11. HI again!! Sorry if I’m being naughty but I just want to know when can you start again writing? I’m so crazy about your works. Thanks! πŸ™‚

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Clarissa,
      No problem…but the truth is that I’m busy writing my own novels, the first of which you can see in the sidebar, called The Snake Handler’s Daughter. Unfortunately, a writer can’t sell fan fiction, and everybody has to buy groceries. πŸ™‚ Author Julie Vans/J.A. Canter actually wrote the stories here on the Together Away page, and she is also busy writing original work. We talk about revisiting these stories when we can, but we have no definite plans at the moment. -PAL

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  12. Taylor says:

    Hey again… again! I was just wondering if you were ever going to add more chapters to Together away? I just cant get enough of Edward and Bella!! In Meyers versions I always wondered what Edward was thinking but now I know! When I found your site I died a little inside. Thank you so much for writing these, and writing them as well as you did! Thanks so much again.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Taylor,
      The Together Away page is the brainchild of my fellow author, Julie Vans (aka J.A. Canter). She’s been focused recently on writing and publishing her own original works, and as I can attest, this is a life-consuming endeavor. I will pass along your question, though. We had both hoped to continue working on this page as well as the Twenty Years On page. Sometimes paying one’s bills must take precedence, though. If either of us creates a new story for either page (and I still hope to!), I’ll announce that on blog. Thanks so much for your interest (and patience)! -PAL

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  13. Geralisha Lewis says:

    How did Bella and Edward die?. You never said how they died. Did they die in the car crash with Renesmee

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  14. L. R. Bell says:

    So deprived of Edward it’s not even funny. πŸ˜„

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  15. Sarah says:

    Doesn’t Bella eyes go back to goldfish/black colour. Because her red vampire eyes have gone. And it like 20 years since she was a newborn.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Do you remember which story brought up this question? One of the Together Away tales? But yes, Bella’s eyes would have faded from their newborn color within about a year and, wouldn’t turn red again unless she drank human blood. -PAL

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  16. L. R. Bell says:

    .-. I die a little inside every time I visit your website. πŸ˜„

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  17. sha says:

    y aren’t u writing?

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  18. Lauren Bell says:

    Well PAL, what can I say? It’s been a couple of months, (more than a couple,) and I think that I have finally gotten over my Edward withdrawal. Haha no. I’m kidding. I miss your writing and I hope that all is going well with you and that your book will finally get published.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hello, lovely lady. I think (guiltily) of your desperate addiction as I selfishly pursue my other writing projects. My mind has been building and living in another world for a while, which means anything I’d write about Edward is likely to contain missteps and errors without all the Twilight knowledge fresh in my mind. Thanks for your kind words about my novel. It has come a long way from the draft you read, though it’s not quite ready for publication. (It’s a big, freakin’ book!) Thanks for touching base, and I hope you aren’t suffering terribly. You might be glad to know that Rhett & Riley are alive and well, and getting up to all kinds of shenanigans. (If you want to beta-read the current draft, let me know…) -PAL

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      • L. R. Bell says:

        It isn’t selfish to pursue your other writing projects at all! You have a life that doesn’t exactly revolve around your website, you know? You’re making a career for yourself out of writing the things you love and there’s nothing wrong with that.
        So don’t be guilty. We TwiHards will follow you through anything and I hope you know that. If it’s another Edward fanfiction or the ‘shenanigans’ that Rhett and Riley get up to time and time again, we’ll all be anxious and ready to read even more.

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  19. shafaq says:

    when are u going to write more

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    • Judy Canter says:

      At the moment there are no new pieces in line for Together Away. I am, however, working on a piece that takes places in Washington State – when it’s finished (at some unknown point in the future) it will be posted with the Twenty Years On collection.

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