Edward explains not cussing by being raised in a different time. He does not feel comfortable using rude language in front of the ladies. Bella, however, has been raised in this time now, where we do whatever the heck we want. I do not think swearing or rudeness was out of place.
Considering the fact that, in every book, someone wanted to kill Bella, she held up pretty well! The longer you deal w/ that type of stress, the tougher you are going to become! Plus, she was dealing w/ wanting to sleep w/ Edward and not being able to. I could 100% relate to her impatience w/ this in Eclipse b/c it mirrored my own feelings while being engaged to my husband. I just wanted to get married already, to get to be w/ him all the time and get on w/ the adult activities
I graduated from college shortly before our wedding and could not WAIT for school to be over. I did not care about the other ppl in my classes, parties, etc, etc. Eclipse was the most relatable book for me, in that aspect. I thought the way Bella treated the humans around her was realistic b/c she was just impatient to become a vampire & get to move on w/ life. Every time Bella pestered Edward to have sex, I smiled b/c that was so me!
Breaking Dawn was the only book that mattered to me. The other three are nothing but the prelude to that one. It was, far and away, my very most favourite of the series. The original was my least favourite. I actually don't even like it much. I was totally right there w/ Bella, everything before the wedding was nothing. Everything after was, well, everything. I loved that Meyers took her vampire novel in a different direction than every other vamp novel by giving us Renesmee and by leaving out vampire hunters (THANK YOU, Baby Jesus!). Loved loved loved it! I want a shirt that says "Breaking Dawn" not one that says "Twilight"!