Edward and bella dating fanfiction

Bella was Edward's "singer," and every vampire has one. How could Alice see future stock market trends in her visions?

But there was some indication throughout the books that Bella's blood might have been more ~fragrant~ than other humans' blood. Alice helps the Cullens make money by seeing future stock market trends with her powers.

Considering the fact that Jasper could alter her physically, couldn't Jane have just as easily inflicted pain by manipulating nerve endings?

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Whether it's the enduring mystery of how Bella got pregnant or why Jasper is able to manipulate Bella's emotions when no other vampire can use their powers on her, these are the most glaring plot holes in the It's explained that the Cullens moved to Forks, Washington because it's rainy and dreary all of the time, which meant they usually didn't have to worry about walking outside during the day.

The thing is, while clouds reduce the amount of sunlight that reaches the earth, they don't completely block the sun's rays.

So unless Bella's blood was exceptionally tasty-smelling to all vamps, there's still no reason Jasper should have freaked out so epically...6.

But if Bella's blood IS exceptionally fragrant, the question is: Why does Bella's blood smell so good?

James seemed to be more attracted to it in , in fact, special, which would explain Jasper's reaction to her paper cut (see #4). Does she have a special blood type the world has never seen before? But what's confusing is Alice's visions are subjective and change depending on the choices people make that may affect and change an outcome.

Quick finance lesson: Stock market performance is way more complex than one person making a single decision and the company's stock rising or plummeting as a result.How could Bella repress 150 years worth of blood-thirsty vampire urges just because she'd known about the struggles for 2 measly years in advance? How could Bella and Edward kiss if his skin is meant to be harder than stone?In the books, vampires' skin is described as being marble-like in texture and harder than granite. This is probably the most common question amongst Twihards.Jasper is the youngest vampire in the Cullen pack so he has the hardest time resisting human blood.But one would assume that since he goes to high school with so many humans on a daily basis, he should have gotten used to minor bloody situations that tend to happen all the time in schools, like skinned knees in gym, bloody noses, AND paper cuts!So assuming the clouds in Forks didn't plunge the city into complete darkness, shouldn't the vampires still have sparkled outside, just a little less vibrantly? Why was Edward stepping out in the sun in Volterra in We get that it's against Volturi law for vampires to be noticed in open sunlight lest they be seen by humans sparkling and thereby, expose themselves as vampires.

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