was anybody totally mad when bella kissed jacob b4 he went to go fight the newborns.
and edward...I cant believe he wasnt mad that his fiancee kissed someone elsse, but then again he just wants her to be happy.
I think it was necessary. Jake could have given Bella an entirely different life that Edward would never be able to offer her and Bella saw this. When she chose between Edward and Jake it had to be a choice she made fully understanding what she was giving up. At first I was angry that Jake tricked her but he was desperately in love with a girl he was losing. It would be different if Bella and him didn't have a connection but like it says in the book, Jake and Bella would have been made for each other in a world where vampires and werewolves didn't exist. Despite Edward, he is the only boy she has ever connected with. I like Jake's character a lot because he doesn't ever give up on Bella, he is willing to fight for her and he doesn't baby her. This scene in the book is a perfect example of those traits.
I was mad the first time I read the book..but after I read New Moon for a third time I acctually understood where he was coming from. And after the tent scene I really got where he was coming from when he was being a jerk. He is only a kid and he doesnt know how to compete with Edward..I mean what guy would? But I did cry when Edward was being so nice,, hes soo perfect.
I like Jake alot and I feel super bad for him,, its hard to want something that you cant have.
I was not mad at all!!!! but it was stupid of Bella to do it!!! How could she do that to Edward??? Well, Jacob tricked her, so thats an excuse. but still i wasnt mad, imagine yourself in Jacob's postition, going to die for who u loved, wouldnt you one one last thing from them??
I think Edward was expecting this much. He was hoping that Bella would choose Jacob; he always wanted Bella to have a very human life--something Jake could provide her with (More than Edward, anyway.) He wanted Bella to be happy--before he leaves to attend to the 'complication', he says, "I know you don't want an audience, no matter which way you decide to go."