What is Edwards exact words to Bella when he asks her to marry him?Or where is it located and in what book? Please helpmy girlfriend loves the romance of the Twilight Saga and i want to propose to...
What is Edwards exact words to Bella when he asks her to marry him?
Or where is it located and in what book? Please helpmy girlfriend loves the romance of the Twilight Saga and i want to propose to her the way he does, or atleast with some similarities.
That is so sweet.
In the book, Eclipse, on page 460, paragraphs 3 and 5, Meyer wrote, "'Isabella Swan?' He looked up at me throughhis impossibly long lashes, his golden eyes soft but, somehow, still scorching. 'I promise to love you forever-- every single day of forever. Will you marry me?'"
Meyer said, "'Thank you,' he said simply. He took my left hand and kissed each of my fingertips before he kissed the ring that was now mine."
I hope that helps you.
His exact words are:
"Isabella Swan, I promise to love you forever, evry day of forever, will you marry me?
awwww, that's really sweet, good luck with that. bella says she wants him to turn her into a vampire and he thinks and then says, he has one condition, she asked what it is and he says, "Marry me first". And then in eclipse when she finally agrees he says, "Isabella Swan. I promise to love you forever every day of forever. Will you marry me?" Good luck :) xx
Well, Edward made a compromise with Bella. Bella was horror struck because she was raised by her mother to believe that getting married straight out of high school was a small town hick thing to do. She just wanted to be with Edward forever, no strings attached. Bella wanted to have sex with him, she even tried, but Edward stopped her and said that he wanted to do things the traditional way. He wanted her to be his wife before they tried anything sexual. He also wanted to get rid of her truck and buy her a new car...a before and after car. Bella didn't want Edward to spend a dime on her, no new rings, no new cars, no paying for tuition, but Edward evened the odds and said if you marry me, we will try to have sex, and everything else can go your way. He expressed the significance of a compromise. He showed her the engagement ring that was a hand me down, a ring his father had given his mother. He slid it on her ring finger to see how it would look, it was a perfect fit. He stood up, pulling her off the bed with him, got down on one knee and said "Isabella Swan, I promise to love you forever, everyday of forever, will you marry me?" She said yes, he kissed all of her fingers including her ring, and they were officially engaged. The next day, scared of what her friends, family, and neighbors might think, she gave the ring back to Edward and told him that she didn't want all of the evidence of their enagagement in the public eye. It hurt his feelings, which I hate her for, but that's how it happened. Hoped this helped.
his exact words are ' bella would you be with me forever?' she says yes that is what i want so edward says ' well if you want me to be the one to turn you will you marry me?' cute huh? xoxo
awww thats sooooo sweet.... He techically doesnt say "will you marry me?" but just read eclipse page 450 - 451 you'll get the idea. mmm... you could try reading the rest of eclipse and then breaking dawn (she is already engaged in that one tho. but he might be doing it properly later on... it sounds like Edward anyway... ) anyway... I'll try and have a look at it more so hang on!! Good luck!! sweet... XP