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"Did you know that ‘I told you so’ has a brother, Jacob? His name is ‘Shut the hell up." -Bella Cullen
The most colorful book in the feverish series.
My Ridiculously Simplified Synopsis : And you thought vampires were sterile.
With the conclusion of Eclipse, Bella has finally agreed to marry Edward, despite her hang ups on getting married young. I have to admit that I found her unwillingness to commit to a marriage when she was more than willing to give up the beat of her heart to be with Edward a rather childish response, but then I remembered, my sis might have been uncertain if she was on her age too. Breaking Dawn starts off with Bella gearing up for her wedding to Edward. This teen romance has moved past the high school phase and they are taking it to the next logical level. Another aspect that also reaches this level is Bella finally convincing Edward to make love to her on their honeymoon on Isle Esme. Up until this point and from Twilight on, you could practically cut the sexual tension with a knife, but as with everything Bella does, this comes with its consequences.
I don’t have anything to say now, because I’m never really a fan of the series.