Breaking Dawn pages: 138 By: Stephanie Meyer My book is about a girl named Bella Swan and she moved to Forks, Washington with her dad, Charlie. She falls in love with a vampire, Edward Culled. So Edward and Bella are dating, and Bella knows that Edwards a vampire, she knows about his family, his secrets, and now she wants to become a vampire. Bella wants to be changed, but Edward said that he would change her himself, but only AFTER their graduation, and AFTER they got married. So at that moment. Edward proposed and she said yes.

They ere getting married at Edwards house and right before the wedding began, Jacob Black came to talk to Bella. He was telling her that they were too young to get married, and it's not with the right guy but Bella was trying to ignore him. Jacob has been in love with Bella his whole life but he knew that if he told her, that he would ruin their friendship. Jacob didn't like her getting married, at least not with him, and he hated Edward. Not only because Jacob was a werewolf. After Belle's chat with Jacob, she was having second thoughts, she didn't know if she could get married.

But when she laid eyes on Edward, it made her feel better. Just her knowing that he was her fiance©. After the wedding was over, they went to this island and went swimming, sight seeing, and they watched movies together. 1 : This book reminds me of my friends who went to Mexico for her vacation, and she went swimming, sight seeing, and she watched movies with her family. This connection helps me understand the book better because I know how she felt, and I know how happy Bella and Edward would be because it's their honeymoon. This book reminds me of my mom's friends who had second thoughts about marrying her fiance©. This connection helps me understand the book better because I know what kind design to make because it affects her whole life. 3: This book reminds me of my tutor who moved to a place in Washington and she met a guy who she thought was her "husband". So they started dating and they got married. After that they went to Paris or their honeymoon. This connection helps me understand the book better because I could understand the excitement and the happiness they felt. By stereotypes 61