My name is Trinitty... I am 32 years old... and I read the entire series in about five days.
I hope it is okay to raise Breaking Dawn on this thread....
My very important question is:
Since the "birth" scene in Breaking Dawn is ANYTHING but PG-13, and since the scene is pivotal to the story and should be included in the film, does this mean that we will actually get to see a lovemaking scene on the honeymoon night??
I was astounded, and frankly ticked off, by the dog-catching-the-frisbee bit in that book.... after waiting through three and a half volumes, reading every word of this breathless and painful romance, we get this cheap cut-away. I was very disappointed. Why is it okay to describe the blood, pain and anguish of Renesme's birth, but not a lovemaking scene? This is so bizarre.
I realise that young women are reading this... and I realise that Ms. Meyer is a devout Christian, something I deeply respect... BUT, they DID IT RIGHT! They are MARRIED. Their physical union is something that is long anticpated and should be celebrated. They are each other's one and only, this is very special. Give me some tastful and moving description of just how wonderful it is to finally be one with Edward. This is easily done. Her KISSING scenes in the earlier books are more descriptive, for goodness sake. I'm tempted to write it myself. But, that's just out there, right?
I can't believe I am bothered by this.
I am sure there are entire threads dedicated to this issue.... but, I just finished the series and this is the first Twilight thread I found.