I know that she was not fond of either scene. For me, book Edward handled it well. He was furious, but it wasnt an over the top type of fury. He threatened Jacob and I loved the way he kept his cool but still got his point across. While scary and pissed is nice, there is something about calm and deadly that is frightening, like he was too calm. It wasnt like he just sat back and let it happen or even dismissed it. He acted like I would expect Edward to act. Edward in the film acted like I would expect Jacob to act, impulsive and not thinking about his actions before doing them. Edward had time to drive there and decide on how to act, plus with Charlie there he couldnt just show his hand like that. The only thing I liked about that scene in the film is Charlie's reaction. I hated that they did not have Bella be furious and try to figure out how to injure Jacob. Instead, she was playing peacemaker which is a stark contrast to book Bella at that point. I also didnt like that they just had her sprain her hand and kind of dismissed the injury afterward. I know it might have been easier to film like that, but it really downplayed the seriousness of it all. In reality, that was assault and I think a lot of Twilighters felt that way when reading it. It wasnt just a boys will be boys thing. Forcing yourself on anyone, even for a kiss, is just not okay so the fury in the book from Bella was fitting and the consequences of the situation were justified. The sound effect was awesome in the film and it sounded like she broke her hand punching a werewolf in the face...not sprained it.