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Dr Carlisle Cullen posts in Twilight - Eternity
Taking Jasper's advice, I called up Sam. Our relationship was still distant; no matter what I did I could not seem to earn Sam's friendship, although he seemed to trust me to some degree, however reluctantly. I tried to understand how difficult it must be for him to put long-held beliefs that had been passed down through the generations aside and work with my family, how he had to fight his natural instincts to hate and destroy my kid. But it still stung that after all this time he seemingly could not see me as merely a person, but always a vampire.
“Hello?” a feminine voice answered on the other side of the phone.
“Hello, Emily,” I said. “This is Carlisle Cullen. Is Sam available to come to the phone, please?”
“Oh! Hello Dr. Cullen,” Emily said. She was not as hard-headed as her husband, apparently, and her tone was friendly. “Just a minute, let me get him.”
A few moments later Sam's baritone voice came over the line. “This is Sam.”
“I had heard your family was back in Forks. For how long?”
“I am due back to work in New Hampshire next week,” I said. “Given the current situation, some of the other may stay longer.”
“The situation with the skinwalkers?”
This gave me pause. “The what?”
“The skinwalkers, Navajo practitioners of--”
“No, no I am familiar with skinwalkers. That is, I have heard of them. I did not know they existed, but given everything else I've seen, I can't say I'm surprised. . .” My mind wandered for a moment, excited by the thrill of new information, a new species to study. But then I remembered from my rudimentary study of the subject that they were said to be always malevolent, as it took an act of true evil to render imbue oneself with the power of the skinwalkers. “There are skinwalkers in the area?”
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