In New Moon, what does it mean when Jacob says, "It's a wolf thing" while Bella counters with, "No, it's a Jacob thing."
What is being spoken about previous to this exchange between the protagonist, Bella, and Jacob, is how warm Jacob feels to the touch. Jacob shrugs this away as a "wolf thing" because Meyer explains in New Moon that while vampires are abnormally cold to the touch--like stone or marble--werewolves, even in human form, run much hotter than a human could. Meyer says in the book that Jacob's...
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