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29th-Oct-2009 12:38 am
chlacob----possessive much?
Title: Imprinted
Pairings: Chloe/Jacob, Lois/Paul, Lana/Embry
Fandoms: Smallville/Twilight
Rating: T
Disclaimer: I don't own Smallville/Twilight
Summary:  Chloe, Lois and Lana head to Forks to get away from exes and their life in Smallville--to be normal for once as they celebrate graduating from high school. They don't know three things though. One is that they're wearing different colored kryptonite necklaces...two is that they've been imprinted on...and THREE is that Forks is the LAST place to go to if you're looking for safety and normalcy.
Written for my Paranormal25 150 Prompt Table. Prompt of the day # 67: Charm
Note: In this universe Bella Swan NEVER went to Forks



“Someone has a crush on you.” Lana giggled teasingly.

“Someone does not have a crush on me.” Chloe mumbled, going to the curtain and peeking out of it in a paranoid fashion, turning back towards Lana and glaring at the huge smile on her face. “Don’t start with me, Lana. There is no crushage going on!”

Right.” Lois Lane snorted from where she was laying down on the bed. “The reason why that cute Native American guy walked into a light pole wasn’t because he was too busy drooling over you.”

Lana giggled in amusement at the memory. “It was so cute!”

“Not cute!” Chloe groaned, turning her back on the window and folding her arms defiantly over her chest. “He could have been hurt!”

“He’s got a hard head, gotta admire that in a guy.” Lois decided from the bed.

Chloe turned her glare on her cousin. “Don’t you start with me!”

“Why is it that you can’t just admit that some cute guy likes you?” Lois wanted to know, sitting up in the bed and looking at her. “I mean, I know that things have been kinda slow since you dumped ol’ baldy---.”

“His name is Lex, Lois.” Chloe sighed, turning to look out of the window once more. “And I thought the whole idea about coming out here was to try and help me forget about that mistake?”

And to celebrate our graduation!” Lana agreed with a little giggle, going to the bed and plopping down chirpily on it.

“Right.” Chloe agreed.

“And what better way to forget baldy and celebrate your graduation than to hook up with ‘hunky Native American’?” Lois wanted to know, pressing her point.

“He was sixteen!” Chloe cried, not getting why her cousin didn’t seem able to remember that very important point. “He’s a minor!”

“We’re in the asscrack of nowhere, who gives a crap? Anyway, he looks older. If anyone catches you in the act, tell them he said he was twenty five. He looks it.” Lois’ expression was a lecherous leer at the memory of the male in question. “If it had been me he was running into light poles for--.”

Lana and Chloe shared looks, knowing what Lois would have done if it’d been her.

“I don’t think your boyfriend would be too happy hearing you say that.” Lana said softly, trying to reprimand sweetly, which was an odd combination Lana somehow always managed to pull off.

It was annoying.

“Ex. Oliver’s my ex.” Lois reminded. “We’re ALL on the rebound, and since Lana decided to finally reveal her family home here I think we should all find ourselves hunky Native Americans, and get frisky.”

Lana pouted. “Lois, I don’t think---.”

“Oh come on, it’s not like you’re a virgin.” Lois snorted, and then her eyes widened when she saw the way Lana’s cheeks colored. “Wait, what?” She turned to Lana, the unfortunate girl having her complete attention. “But how can you still be---? You and Smallville have been dating since you were in diapers! How is it that you haven’t done the horizontal mambo yet?”

Lana pursed her lips. “He hasn’t been ready.”

Lois’ eyes widened. “HE wasn’t ready?” She burst out laughing, falling back on the bed. “This is so AMAZING! He’s the blushing virgin and you’re the villainous rascal pushing for sex! What has this world COME to?”

Lana pouted. “I’m not pushing for sex. I’m just---well---I’m ready, and he isn’t. Every single time I tried to do something he would say no, that he wasn’t ready for it, and I got tired of waiting on him to take the next step in our relationship.”

Lois blinked. “You broke up with Smallville because he wouldn’t have sex with you.” She shot up and hugged Lana, laughing so hard she was shaking the both of them. “I officially love you.”

Lana hugged Lois back, rolling her eyes with Chloe in amusement. “Well, I know this place isn’t exactly known for its party life, and we’re not exactly of drinking age so a bar is out of the question, but I heard there’s an open air carnival thingy that they’re having in town tonight. How about we dress up and go have some fun?”

Lois pulled away and hopped over to her luggage. “I wonder how little I can wear so that it’s enough that my better bits perk to attention, yet I don’t freeze them off.”

Lana blushed scarlet. “Lois!”

What?” Lois looked up, genuinely not knowing what had the shorter girl blushing.

Chloe smirked, going to her own luggage to change clothes. It was fun to be away from Smallville with her two favorite women, and since they were all going through breakups at the time, they were able to commiserate and talk about the evils of men in general while checking out every decent specimen that crossed their path.

Chloe had to admit, up until she realized that the boy had been just that---a boy---she had been interested. He hadn’t looked young, and if it hadn’t been for the fact that she’d overheard his friends talking about classes and mentioning their grade casually she wouldn’t have brushed him off so abruptly when he’d gotten the courage to come and try talk to her while she was standing outside of a bookstore.

She kinda regretted having to do that, but she was eighteen, freshly graduated from high school, and sixteen year old boys were so not on her menu.

Anyway, she’d just come out of a complicated relationship with her one and only boyfriend of three years, Lex Luthor, and she didn’t need to get involved in yet another promisingly complicated relationship.

So I got us all these charms from a magic shop in Metropolis before we left.” Lois pulled out three necklaces that were beautiful, each with a different stone.

Lana’s was red.

Lois’ blue.

And Chloe’s green.

Chloe smiled as she took the necklace and looked at it. “Wow, it’s beautiful Lo, thanks.”

“According to the store’s owner they’re all supposed to do different things.” Lois grinned as she put on her own. “The red one is supposed to be a charm to help the user loosen up and enjoy herself to the max without letting her inhibitions get in the way.”

Lana looked up at that, blushing slightly. “Way to be subtle, Lois.”

“Who said I was trying to be?” Lois asked, looking at herself in the mirror. “My charm is supposed to strip me of my inner fortresses and leave me vulnerable enough to actually give love a chance…and make someone else vulnerable enough so that we want to build walls---together.”

Chloe liked the sound of that.

“What about mine?” She asked as she put it on. “What does it do?”

“Well, that’s the interesting thing.” Lois admitted, giving Chloe and her charm an intrigued look. “The woman gave me that one for free. I was actually going to give you a red one as well—god knows you need as much freedom from your inhibition as Lana does---but the woman convinced me to give you this instead.”

“That’s really interesting.” Lana grinned, standing from the bed, red stone resting like a drop of blood against the dip in her throat. “What did she say the green charm/rock did? Does it make everyone around her green with envy or something?”

“No, actually.” Lois tilted her head. “She said it brought out the hidden talents in the user.” She grinned. “The woman must have thought Chloe was talented.”

I wonder if she somehow knew about my metahuman ability. Chloe rubbed her thumb against the pretty green stone.

“You know, it kinda looks a little like a meteor necklace I used to have that went missing when I was a kid. But the stone’s much more elegant and beautiful.” Lana announced, going towards Chloe to get a better look at the charm. “I mean, look at the markings on the rock, and the polish job, and the beautiful of shade of green alone.”

Lois grinned. “It is pretty.”

Lana turned and went to her already unpacked clothes, rummaging through them before pulling out a low cut shirt and a short skirt she hardly ever used. “What do you think? An open boyfriend cardigan and if Lois lets me borrow her stilettos…it will be a killer outfit.”

Chloe and Lois exchanged looks.

“That’s---impressively bold of you.” Lois finally managed, going to her luggage and pulling out her stilettos to lend Lana. “I wholeheartedly approve.”

Lana just winked before heading with her clothes to the bathroom to bathe, singing “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” playfully and shaking her hips.

“Okay.” Lois turned to Chloe. “I should have gotten her that charm years ago!”

The blonde laughed at her.

Lois went to her luggage, rummaging through her belongings, before pulling out a pair of skinny jeans, some pumps, and a striped V cashmere sweater. “What do you think?”

“I thought you were going for racy?” Chloe asked in surprise from where she was going through her own clothes.

“I was…” Lois nodded in agreement. “But for some reason I’m thinking maybe not, you know?”

Chloe raised an eyebrow but didn’t comment. She wasn’t exactly sure what to wear, but in the end she chose a stylish, low-neck button-up sweater dress that might be a little tighter than she was used to wearing but the idea was to have fun, right? She completed the look with boots and stockings to help with the cold.

The blonde smiled as she went to the window, looking out as the night fell upon Forks, for the first time at peace since her breakup.

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Jacob Black was a mess.

“This isn’t funny.” Sam snapped at Embry, who seemed to have found the whole situation hilarious...both Embry and Paul wishing they'd been there to see it happen since they really couldn't believe it'd actually happened.

“Sam’s right.” Quill announced with a frown. “He imprinted on her and she brushed him off as if he was less than a bug.”

Jacob didn’t even lift his head from the table, unable to believe this was happening to him. Ever since he’d become a wolf and became a part of the tribe, he’d envied what Sam had with Emily, even if it caused Leah so much pain. He’d wanted to imprint himself, to find his soulmate, to find the one person in the world who completed him, and while he was with his friends during a rare visit to Forks it’d finally happened.

He’d heard the sound of laughter, and though it was soft he’d heard it distinctively in his ears, and it’d caught something in his soul. He’d looked up, desperate to find the source of that sound, and his brown gaze had immediately found a beautiful blonde standing outside of a bookstore, going through the stack of books for sale.

She was laughing at something two other girls he didn’t even pay attention to were saying behind her, the light reflecting off of her blonde hair like a halo, nearly blinding, her smile perfect, her smell addictive.

Jacob had walked into a light pole because he’d been unable to take his eyes off of her and look where he was going.

And because of that her first glimpse of him had made him look like some sort of idiot who couldn’t even avoid light POLES!

His friends had been laughing their assess off at his expense at the time, and even though his face smarted and his nose throbbed, everything had been second to her, and to the fact that she was looking at him, her eyes finally upon him, meeting his.

He’d nearly walked into the pole a second time.

He shouldn’t have been surprised at how she’d brushed him off so abruptly when he’d made his way to her. He’d looked like an idiot, she’d probably have thought him a clumsy loser.

Sorry, but I’m not interested in children.” Her words caused him to cringe even now.

“Don’t worry Jake,” Emily came towards him and rested her hand on his shoulder. “She’s your soulmate, no matter how bad your meeting might have been, you always have a second chance to show her how cool you really are.”

Jacob wanted to thank her for those words, but he was too busy being depressed and moping and calling himself all sorts of foul names for having messed up such an important thing as first impressions.

He looked like an adult and yet she still thought him a kid!

“I just find it interesting that he imprinted on an older woman.” Paul admitted. “I mean, we’ve had the imprinting on jailbait before, but never a cougar.”

Both Quill and Jacob glared at Paul for that comment.

“Look, I don’t know why you’re moping so much for.” Leah, the most unsympathetic of the pack, announced. “You’re not ugly, and believe me, she was checking you out even after you walked into the pole---which, by the way, was the most retarded thing ever. So if she was still checking you out after that it says something.”

Jacob turned to Leah, surprised and suddenly hopeful. “She was checking me out?”

“Totally.” Leah nodded. “It was only after Quill mentioned something about school and she realized how old you were that she stopped with the checking you out.” She turned to Paul. “And for the record, she’s not that much older. She just turned eighteen. Her and the two girls she was with are here to celebrate their graduating high school…and to clear their minds after bad breakups. I listened in on their conversation a little. From what I could tell, your blonde seemed to be suffering the most from her breakup.”

Jacob growled, his wolf fierce and angry at the thought of his mate having had another male before him---and that male having had the nerve to hurt her.

Sam and Jared watched Jacob in understanding, both knowing that they’d react the same way if they’d been in this situation.

Leah, who understandably hated the mere thought of imprinting, made a face. “Jake, stop being such a pathetic loser. Make yourself look decent and get your ass to Forks. They’re having that thing in the town square tonight, right? Those girls are bound to be there.”

Jacob brightened at the thought of seeing his nameless soulmate, but then frowned. “Maybe I should wait for tomorrow, you know, have my game plan and---.”

“And while you’re doing that she might find some hot guy in Forks tonight who doesn’t walk into light poles or need entire nights to remember he has a slim jim and two cherries between his thighs.” Leah cut.

Jacob stood up with a dangerous growl. “I’m going to Forks.” He turned and stormed out of the house, banging the door.

Leah smirked. “He is so easy, it’s sad.”

Emily sighed and shook her head before pulling off her apron and heading after Jacob.

“Hey, where are you going?” Sam asked, getting up immediately.

“I’m going too.” Emily announced as if this should be obvious, which surprised everyone because after the accident that left half of her face permanently scarred, Emily was always reluctant to leave the home she shared with Sam. “I want to know what Jacob’s imprintee looks like, and I want to be there to support him as he tries to bond with her. This is going to be the most important thing Jacob ever does---this girl will become his life. You all should know this by now and be more supportive.”

“Well, then I’m coming too. To be supportive.” Sam announced, not liking the thought of Jacob and Emily alone in the car for the drive from the Reservation to Forks.

Emily, obviously reading her shifter’s thoughts, grinned and rolled her eyes before leaving, Sam right behind her.

Leah watched them go with slight sadness before turning to the others. “Well, what are you all waiting for? An invitation? Let’s go!”

“I’ll get Kim.” Jared grinned, pulling out his cellular to call his imprintee.

“Claire would probably like to go too.” Quill announced about his young imprintee, something which still caused somewhat of a scandal but was tolerated as it was obvious that there was nothing sexual at all in the relationship---and that Claire would probably butcher anyone who tried to take Quill (whom she had wrapped around her little fingers) away from her.

The werewolf pulled out his cellular as well to call Claire’s mom, who knew about the imprinting and oddly enough, was glad that if it’d happened, it’d happened with Quill, whom she trusted with her young daughter.

Leah sighed, shaking her head, as she left the house to go watch Jacob most probably make a bigger fool of himself than usual.

This should be interesting.



Comments 
29th-Oct-2009 06:37 am (UTC)
im not much of a jacob fan . but in your stories of him getting with chloe i really like alot. will the cullens be showing up in this story ? PPMS
29th-Oct-2009 01:19 pm (UTC)
I'm glad you like my jacob---even if you're not much of a fan of cannon!jacob...means I'm doing something right!
Hmmm...I'm contemplating either them showing up or having left after the graduation of Alice and Edward....
29th-Oct-2009 07:15 am (UTC)
This is so awesome, the perfect thing to help me get over the trauma that was my evolutionary archaeology midterm. I'm a huge Jacob fan, though I am on Team Edward, and can't wait to see all the snarky banter Chloe is about to throw his way. Are Lois and Lana going to be imprinted as well? I think you said they were in the summary but I'm retarded *grins* I'm so looking forward to the next chapter!!

Also, I am totally planning on reading and commenting on your recent Chloe/Sam fics as you know how much of a Chlam whore I am *grins* especially when you write it. I have just been so stressed with papers and midterms that I haven't been in the mood for dark and angsty Chloe, but now that they are all done I should be in the mood soon and I'm sure I will love them as you haven't written anything yet that I have not adored.

I will now end this insanely long comment *grins*
29th-Oct-2009 01:21 pm (UTC)
Archeology? *dies of envy*
Yes, Lois + Lana will get imprinted as well, and they'll be just as oblivious to it as Chloe----poor werewolves!

Ah! THanks! I'm glad you really like my Chlam and I hope you enjoy them---I have had this INSANE amount of Chlam inspiration lately *which is obvious due to the amount of chlam I've done*
29th-Oct-2009 07:23 am (UTC)
I am a Jacob fan so I'm thrilled that your writing Jacob/Chloe. I can't wait to see how this goes. I for a second wondered if it was college that they were graduating glad that was cleared up. I can't wait to read more!
29th-Oct-2009 01:23 pm (UTC)
Another Jacob fan! yay! I feel so lonely in this corner over in my world where mostly everyone is team edward! Well, I'm not exactly team jacob----Im more----team jedwardika----or, well, JacobxEdwardxME. lol
29th-Oct-2009 05:06 pm (UTC)
What a brilliant premise! And there's no Bella, so that's a plus. :P

I love that you had Jacob walk into a light pole. Classic.

Looking forward to more of this.
29th-Oct-2009 06:07 pm (UTC)
I always thought Twilight would have been better without Bella, I loved EVERYONE but HER---and jessica. And I've ALWAYS wanted to make someone walk into a pole---its so CUTE! lol
29th-Oct-2009 05:38 pm (UTC)
Wow! This is fabulous! And you've mananged to make me like Lana in this fic too! Great work!

I can't wait to read more, I hope it's not too long before the next update :)
29th-Oct-2009 06:08 pm (UTC)
Glad you liked! The next chapter is already up :D Hope you enjoy.
23rd-Nov-2009 11:35 pm (UTC)
I have always loved Chloe and Jacob and putting them together should be interesting =)
24th-Nov-2009 12:23 am (UTC)
Well, I hope you enjoy it so far :D
24th-Nov-2009 01:33 am (UTC)
Oh so far I love it! BTW how do I start my own story on here?
24th-Nov-2009 01:40 am (UTC)
well, you just write a story/chapter and post it on your own LJ site, or on a community site that is about what you're writing, like absolutechloe or chloecrossing or tractorcrossing (Smallville Crossing) to name some.
6th-Mar-2010 03:37 am (UTC)
I'm actually very anti-twilight but this story has potential. I really like how it's going so far and look forward to reading the other chapters.
6th-Mar-2010 03:52 am (UTC)
I have a very abusive, unhealthy, love/hate relationship with the twilight saga. :D
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