1. When Bella thinks that she has died she states, "If I was in hell, you wouldn't be with me." What do you think she means by that?
She had already defined heaven as life with Edward. Anywhere he isn't would be the opposite.
2. In the part where Edward is telling Bella that he should have been more careful before he went to Italy, he says, "What was I supposed to think when the boy said Charlie was at the funeral? What are the odds?" Edward contemplates "the odds" what do you think he is thinking about then?
He knew Bella was a walking 'danger magnet' and, after the image Rosalie had advised of, he could only assume Bella had passed away. I think he was probably thinking of the uncanny timing of it all.
3. Edward has a plan for if and when the Volturi come to check on Bella. Do you think the Cullens would actually have a chance against them on their own?
I don't, because Aro proved himself to be single minded, and it wouldn't matter if they said Bella wasn't with them; if he wanted to kill them, he would have.
4. At the end of the chapter Bella decides to put her mortality to a vote. What do you think made her come to this decision? What is Edward thinking when he hears why she wants to go to his house?
I LOVED THAT. I was like 'YES, Finally, she's calling some shots here!". Edward always disconted her desire to be a vampire like she was missing some detail or something, and I think she had had enough. He knew that the majority of the family would vote to turn her, so I'm sure he was irritated with that, thought he shouldn't have been since it was the one way he could have his soulmate for all of eternity.