1) Regarding the “honeymoon”, did you expect the outcome to be different, that Bella would have been hurt much worse? Or less?
I wasn't expecting the bruises. It was kind of shocking, We just can imagine how things went wild.
But I think it's understanding. Even human couples sometimes get bruises. I don't think it's a big of deal. And I certainly wasn't counting with the murder of the pillows!
2) In terms of Edward’s reaction to hurting Bella during the night. . . Do you think he was justified in expressing his anxiety by “souring Bella’s mood?”
I understand, but he totally freaked out! I was very mad at him. It was a lovely morning, Bella, despite the bruises, wasn't too wounded or incapacitated. He overrreacted - as usual. It's their honeymoon and they should be enjoying it.
3) Apparently Edward’s extreme generosity is a learned behaviour. Do you think it is? And what is your opinion on that?
I didn't understand this question, sorry. It's been a while since I read the book.
4) Edward confirmed that he will not make love to Bella until she is changed, did you expect he would falter in his promise to himself?
Hmm, yes. Edward can be stubborn when he wants. If he resisted Bella's blood, I think he could resist her body too, if he didn't stared at her in a bikini or something. Or maybe not. He may he 100 years old, but his body is of a 17 very healthy boy. He could give in eventually.