holdingoutforjacob wrote:Oh! I never even thought about that.
I'm sure they were told, as everyone else was, that she was mauled by a bear. Because they don't know the full story, I'm sure they question her decision to be with Sam on account of Leah, but I'm sure that in the end, they support their daughter.
That brings up another thing I hadn't thought about. Not everyone knows that Sam imprinted on Emily - in fact, most people probably think she stole him from her cousin. Do you think this bothers her?
Angelvamp wrote:She is probably used to it, and it's probably not the only scandal in La Push. But I do think it bothers her. Especially not being able to tell her family the specifics about what happened. If it were me, I wouldn't care what the storekeeper down the road thought about me being a home wrecker. But if my mom or dad or sisters lost respect for me because of my actions, which I was forbidden to explain, that would really bother me.
Although, if they were given the whole mauled-by-a-bear story, maybe they were glad for Emily to have found someone caring enough to see past that.
Pendragon wrote:Wait who do u think forbade her to tell her parents the truth? I could not have been Sam since he would bend over backwards for her.
Angelvamp wrote:Pendragon wrote:Wait who do u think forbade her to tell her parents the truth? I could not have been Sam since he would bend over backwards for her.
Sam is bound by tribal law to keep the wolf pack a secret from everyone except the Elders, the members of the pack and the imprintees. I don't think family members are allowed to be in on the secret. In fact, wasn't one of the wolves in trouble with his mom because of sneaking out every night to patrol? Don't remember who that was, off hand. And the only reason Billy Black knows is because he is one of the Elders.
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