Jacob Black, the Quileute Tribe's pack leader of shapeshifters and werewolves, had a hot passion with Bella. While he didn't get the girl, he did get the next best thing: her daughter. Twilight had some peculiar logic. Despite the fact that Jacob and Bella did not end up together, a lot transpired between them. For example, they started out as friends then became more than that. Also, despite the fact that she married Charlie Swan, she did have an affair with him while she was still married to Edward.
Bella's mother, Victoria, who is a member of the vampire family, decides to take advantage of this situation by trying to turn Bella into a vampire. She does this by taking Bella on a trip to Italy where they visit various ancient landmarks such as monasteries and castles. At one of these locations, Bella is attacked by Victoria's brother, Roman, who wants to turn Bella into a vampire too. Luckily, Charlie comes to the rescue just in time. After defeating Roman, Bella realizes that she doesn't want to become a vampire and runs away from everything.
Meanwhile, back in Forks, Washington, Alice Cullen has decided to move there from Texas with her husband, Carlisle, and their son, Esme. She gets a job at the local high school as a physics teacher. One day, while driving home from work, she gets in an accident with a large truck that kills her instantly.
Despite all of the love, Jacob and Bella had their own set of problems. If she had chosen Jacob, it would have been far from ideal, just as her relationship with Edward was at times.
The storyline involves a high school girl named Bella who falls in love with a vampire named Edward. Jacob, a local werewolf, befriends Bella and also falls madly in love with her. Why was Bella forced to pick between Edward and Jacob?
For the first time, Jacob transforms into a wolf. Because werewolves are short-tempered, aggressive, and prone to transforming into wolves when enraged, Sam first forbids Jacob from seeing Bella in order to protect her from him.
Looking back on the Twilight Saga, it's tempting to think of better decisions Bella could have taken, such as selecting Jacob over Edward. Looking back on the Twilight Saga, it's easy to think of better decisions Bella Swan may have taken.
Jacob Black and Bella Swan. In New Moon, Bella falls in love with Jacob. After Jacob imprinted on Bella's daughter, Renesmee, their friendship developed into a profound family-like attachment....
After Jacob imprinted on Bella's daughter, Renesmee, their friendship developed into a profound family-like attachment. When she was turned into a vampire, Bella lost her soulmate; however, it appears that she still loves him.
Bella loved Jacob from the moment she saw him. From the first time they met, they were instantly attracted to each other. Their eyes met across the room at their high school party and both of them knew right then and there that they would do anything for each other. As soon as Bella learned that she was pregnant with his child, she asked her father to move out of town so that Jacob wouldn't find out about the baby if something happened to her. When Bella had only half a year left before graduation, she and Jacob went on what they called a "break" so that he could clear his mind of everything except for Bella. During these two years, they built a strong relationship that neither of them ever expected to break down.
When Bella was attacked by Victoria, she lost her unborn child. After this incident, she decided to leave Forks to go live with her dad in Alaska. On her way to Alaska, she stopped in Phoenix to visit Jacob who was still recovering from being shot by Edward.