What does Edward compare Bella to in the actual Twilight book? I don't mean the personal brand of heroin thing, just what he compares her to

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Edward Cullen compares Bella to flowers. He tells the others in his family that she has the floral scent of flowers. And, Desmee agrees that she does indeed smell delicious like flowers.

Later on in the book, Edward does compare Bella to heroin. She is his personal addiction and something...

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Edward Cullen compares Bella to flowers. He tells the others in his family that she has the floral scent of flowers. And, Desmee agrees that she does indeed smell delicious like flowers.

Later on in the book, Edward does compare Bella to heroin. She is his personal addiction and something over which he has no control.

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