Contents: Breaking Dawn (Edward)

N.B. The HONEYMOON series and several other individual chapters contain material of a sexual nature that is meant for mature audiences. The more explicit of these are marked NC-17, meaning not suitable for children under 17. The less explicit are marked MA, meaning for mature readers. (All remaining chapters are suitable for young adults.)

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Author’s Introduction

Book 1a: NUPTIALS
1. Family Matters
2. Prenuptials (PG-13)
3. The Big Day

Book 1b: HONEYMOON
4. Swimming (NC-17)
5. Trying (NC-17)
6. Dreams (MA)
7. Premeditating (NC-17)
8A. Foreboding (NC-17) *
8B. Exploring (NC-17)
9. Truth

Book 2: PREGNANCY
10. Divided (NC-17)
11. Sonogram (NC-17)
12. Starving
13. Jacob
14. Blood
15. Broken
16. Magic
17. Undivided
18. Birth and Death
19. Surprises
20. Family
21. Rebirth

Book 3a: NEW LIFE
22. Awakening
23. Hunting
24. Bet
25. Merry Meet
26. Reunited (NC-17)
27. Revelation
28. Dangerous
29. Heaven (NC-17)
30. Charlie (NC-17)
31. Child Rearing
32. Sue
33. Horsing Around (NC-17)
34. Words
35. Extended Family
36. Walking (NC-17)
37. Interlude (NC-17)
38. Hunting Revisited
39. Education
40. Alterations (NC-17!!)
41. Making Plans
42. A Day Apart (NC-17)

Book 3b: DOOMSDAY
43. Discovered (NC-17)
44. Defection
45. Renesmee’s Story
46. Eleazar
47. Witnesses (NC-17)
48. Training
49. Deception
50. Final Days
51. Confrontation
52. Contrivances
53. Superpower
54. Denouement
55. The Happily Ever After
56. After That

The End

*Shower scene courtesy of writer Julie Vans

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For your e-reader, a single file: Breaking Dawn (Edward) by PA Lassiter

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710 Responses to Contents: Breaking Dawn (Edward)

  1. Amelia S says:

    Hi there,
    I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed reading your books. Your thoughts and ideas explained a great deal more than S. Meyers ever did to me and I really loved the detail, not to mention how interesting it was reading through Edwards POV. The multitude of increasingly descriptive sex scenes was a little OTT for me though but the rest of it was brilliant lol!

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Ha ha! Yeah, Amelia, I get the OTT-ness. I was inspired by my discovery of the then-burgeoning genre of erotic romance literature, which was increasingly becoming mainstreamed at the time I created the website. It was fun to write, but it’s not for everybody. 😉
      -PAL

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