Breaking Dawn is the fourth and last book in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer. The novel is broken into three separate narratives. Breaking Dawn opens with Bella Swan anticipating her marriage to Edward Cullen. Edward and Bella are getting married as part of a deal struck between the two—Edward wants Bella to experience some normal parts of life before he turns her into a vampire. The wedding goes smoothly, with a brief appearance by the werewolf Jacob Black, who still loves Bella and disapproves of her choice to marry Edward and become a vampire. For the honeymoon, Edward surprises Bella by taking her to a small island off the coast of Brazil owned by the Cullen family. Bella and Edward consummate their marriage, and enjoy their time as newlyweds.
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