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He never leaves, does he?

Renée Dwyer, Twilight, Chapter 24, p.464

You didn’t tell me you had such good friends in Forks.

Renée Dwyer, Twilight, Chapter 24, p.465

I think that boy is in love with you.

Renée Dwyer, Twilight, Chapter 24, p.467

Well, he seems very nice, and, my goodness, he’s incredibly good-looking, but you’re so young, Bella…

Renée Dwyer, Twilight, Chapter 24, p.468

Try to be more careful when you walk, honey, I don’t want to lose you.

Renée Dwyer, Twilight, Chapter 24, p.469

There’s something… strange about the way you two are together. The way he watches you — it’s so… protective. Like he’s about to throw himself in front of a bullet to save you or something.

Renée Dwyer, Eclipse, Chapter 3, p.67

He’s very intense about you… and very careful. I feel like I don’t really understand your relationship. Like there’s some secret I’m missing…

Renée Dwyer, Eclipse, Chapter 3, p.67

The way you move — you orient yourself around him without even thinking about it. When he moves, even a little bit, you adjust your position at the same time. Like magnets… or gravity. You’re like a… satellite, or something.

Renée Dwyer, Eclipse, Chapter 3, p.68

You’re exactly like Charlie. Once you make up your mind, there is no reasoning with you. Of course, exactly like Charlie, you stick by your decisions, too.

Renée Dwyer, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 1, p.18

You’re not making my mistakes, Bella. You sound like you’re scared silly, and I’m guessing it’s because you’re afraid of me.

Renée Dwyer, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 1, p.18

You make your own kinds of mistakes, and I’m sure you’ll have your share of regrets in life. But commitment was never your problem, sweetie. You have a better chance of making this work than most forty-year-olds I know. My little middle-aged child. Luckily, you seem to have found another old soul.

Renée Dwyer, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 1, p.18

You’ve never been a teenager, sweetie. You know what’s best for you.

Renée Dwyer, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 1, p.19