holdingoutforjacob wrote:it bothers me that she keeps saying she's gonna write books from these minor character's POV. i love leah, but personally, i think the next book she be from jake's POV. come on, think of all he went through to get that imprint. he at least deserves to continue that story in his own words!
Bkwrm wrote:Leah had no business going after Bella. Jacob isn't a child. He CHOSE to pursue Bella in NM, Eclipse. He CHOSE to go to the Cullens' house in BD (to "avenge" a woman who didn't need or want it) He's not a victim here.
If Leah wants to tell someone off; there are plenty of people who deserve it.
Sam. Granted, he couldn't help imprinting on Emily. But he could have TOLD Leah the truth. Jacob broke the rules, after all - the world didn't come to an end. There was no "If I tell you, I'd have to KILL you" crud.
Emily. She had a choice; she chose to be with a man who broke her "sister's" heart. AND she had the gall to ask Leah to be a bridesmaid in her wedding to the man Leah loved.
Sue and Harry Clearwater. They knew about werewolves. They knew about the legend of imprinting. Not only did they not warn Leah - after he imprinted, they were apparently too busy kissing Sam's behind while their own *daughter* lived in the ruins of her life, wondering what was going on!
I love Leah, but she chose the wrong target.
Bkwrm wrote:Emily had the choice of staying with Sam - a man who broke her "sister's" heart (not to mention almost ripping off her face) - or leaving. She chose to betray her best friend. And to plunge the knife in deeper, she asks Leah to be a bridesmaid. Not to mention, SHE also never tells Leah, "Look, Sam didn't stop loving you. He's a werewolf. He couldn't help it."
As for Bella forcing poor little Jacob to stay with her - that wasn't her, that was the fetus. (Ick)
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