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Victoria has a vendetta out for Bella starting in the first book, Twilight because Edward kills her mate, James for trying to kill Bella and nearly forcing Edward to make Bella a vampire right then and there so she doesn't die.
In New Moon, Victoria starts stalking Bella but Jacob and his werewolf pack protect her from Victoria, though of course there is a soap opera like kerfuffle where Edward thinks that Bella killed herself and the rest of the book is really spent sorting that out and Victoria is sort of put on the back burner.
Until book three! In Eclipse Victoria is no longer messing around. She is intent on killing Bella since Bella was the cause of the death of her lover and her other pack mate, Laurent. This forces Jacob and Edward to work together (unprecedented as not only do vampires and werewolves hate each other but they are romantic rivals for Bella's hand as well). With the help of Bella, the Cullens vampires and the Quileute werewolves kill Victoria.
Victoria dies in the third book (Eclipse) of the series. She also plays a more significant role in that novel. She causes significant problems for Bella by stalking her because she wants revenge for the death of James.
Victoria dies in Eclipse which is the third book of the series. Because of the death of James she wants to kill Bella and tries to react havoc among the family and innocent lives.
Victoria dies in Eclipse by the hands of Edward and the muzzle of Jacob. Victoria had brought along a companion to help fight Edward but that ended up not so well since Jacob put an end to him. Victoria then tried to get away but Edward taunted her to fight some more which ended up in her despair.
Eclipse. You should read the book to get more excitment out of it and undertsna dhow much troiuble she causes for bella and edward and exactly how she dies.
Victoria dies in the third book Eclipse. Edward fights her, then he eventually bites her head off. Literally. After he does that, he burns her body in the forest.
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