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Breaking Dawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 6: Book 2, Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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Section 6: Book 2, Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

In Chapter 14: You Know Things are Bad When You Feel Guilty for Being Rude to Vampires, Bella looks at Jacob excitedly when he walks in, and he thinks it would be much easier if she did not care. Before he can leave, Jacob hears Bella cry out, so he rushes inside and learns the baby has broken some of Bella's ribs. When Jacob wakes, he notices immediately that Bella is no longer on the IV and she is sitting. As Jacob tries to leave again, Esme follows with a plate of food, and Jacob's thought that he will throw it out is followed by a directive to Edward not to dare tell Esme his plan. Edward also sends Jacob with clothes for him and Leah. In Chapter 15: Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock, Jacob cannot stop himself from visiting Bella, though he knows...

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