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?
Obviously she believes that Edward doesn't deserve hell - That she would be in heaven because that's where Edward would go.
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 was thinking about Romeo and Juliet - when in the beginning of the book they are watching R&J, and Edward criticizes Romeo for makign so many mistakes. He realizes that everything has been trying to keep him and Bella apart, just like in the play. Its like fate doesn't want them together.
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?
No, but he doesn't want to think about that. He just wants Bella to be safe. The plan is explained in the next chapter.
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?
He is angry, no doubt. I dont' think he realizes how much his family wants her to be a vampire too, so I don't think he is worried. In fact, I am pretty sure it is mostly just relieved that Bella is really alive and that they are together. That's why he offers to take her himself...I think he doesn't want to lose a minute with her.