Starts November 24
Original language: English
by Osanna V.
Much to the dismay of werewolf Jacob Black (Lautner), Bella Swan (Stewart) marries her vampire love, Edward Cullen (Pattinson). Jacob is convinced that this will kill her and, as it turns out, love making with this particular brand of vampire, does have its challenges. Even so, the real danger emerges when the apparently impossible happens and Bella becomes pregnant. As the fetus grows at an alarming speed, it rapidly begins to consume Bella's life force; until someone suggests the child may be craving for blood, and Bella's diet is changed. Matters improve a little, but Bella's death still seems inevitable. Despite Jacob's entreaties, a faction of the werewolf clan, who are committed to defending humans against vampires, decide to attack the Cullen vampire clan...
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