debussygirl wrote:He did it back to her, though.
And think about it. Here's this guy who's coming in trying to get Bella to get rid of the baby. And it's not like he's her brother, either, like Edward is. To her, he's a guy who shouldn't be sticking his nose in Bella's business, and is a threat to the baby. So I see why she did it. Not saying it was nice, but I can understand her perspective.
Jacob and Alice were locked in some kind of confrontation in front of the open door, standing so far apart you wouldn't assume at first that they were having a conversation. Neither one seemed to notice my noisy reappearance.
"You might control yourself on occasion, but these leeches you're taking her to--" Jacob was furiously accusing her.
"Yes. You're right dog." Alice was snarling, too. "The Volturi are the very essence of our kind--they're the reason your hair stands on end when you smell me. They are the substance of your nightmares, the dread behind your instincts. I'm not unaware of that."
"And you take her to them like a bottle of wine for a party!" he shouted.
"You think she'd be better off if I left her here alone, with Victoria stalking her?"
"We can handle the redhead."
"Then why is she still hunting?"
Jacob growled, and a shudder rippled through his torso.
holdingoutforjacob wrote:Oops, you were right about New Moon.
Rosalie doesn't think she has to be nice. Period. To anyone. She was equally awful to Edward, and imagine what he must have been going through. She has proven time and time again that she is selfish and mean.
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