Breaking Dawn - Study Guide Section 10: Book 3, Chapters 24-26 Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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In Chapter 24: Surprise, Alice climbs on Bella's back and covers her eyes as Edward leads her to a clearing where she sees a tiny, stone cottage. Esme thought Bella and Edward would like a place of their own for a while, but she did not want them to be too far away so they fixed this cottage up. Bella exclaims that she loves it. Alice leaves, and Edward explains that alone time is her other gift as he carries her over the threshold. In Chapter 25: Favor, Edward reminds Bella of her priorities by mentioning Renesmee around sunrise. Shortly after Rose says that Jacob stormed out early this morning, Alice enters the room, furious that Jacob has done something to erase her whole schedule. Edward becomes furious as he realizes Jacob talked to Charlie who is now on his way over. When...

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