I have to agree with some of what you said, meteora, holdingoutforjacob,and yourfavoritearies. First, to use your words,HOFJ, it INFURIATED me how Bella treated Jacob about Renesmee. SHE is the one who picked Edward over Jacob and caused him so much pain. She even once claimed that she loved Jacob. If she really did, wouldn't she be happy that Jacob AND her daughter would be happy? She knows that the werewolves mold their personalities to whomever they imprinted on. And why should she feel so angry? She admitted herself that she didn't feel very maternal towards Renesmee at first. Also, she was represented in the book as a perfect little angel. She is never denied anything that she wants in the books, and will probably never be denied anything that she wants in the future, since everyone she meets is gaga over her (very conveniently, I might add.) She does seem to be shoved into the book, which probably could have done without her. That being said, however, I think that she is a redeemable character and would be more interesting if she actually faced some real adversity and if her personality and interactions with other characters would be made more believable and realistic. Some could argue that the Volturi was enough to count as believable adversity. However, she never actually had to fight, her safety was insured, and I never believed for a second that she or the Cullens were in any real danger. Stephenie is a wonderful writer, but she has never killed any characters that she is deeply attached to. I think that maybe Jacob having another love interest for her to compete with would be healthy for her. It's time for Jacob to actually have someone fighting for HIM, and not the other way around.