I’m Jacob Black. You bought my dad’s truck.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.119

I don’t think a tank could take out that old monster.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.120

You wouldn’t happen to know where I could get my hands on a master cylinder for a 1986 Volkswagen Rabbit?
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.120

Do you like scary stories?
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.123

Another legend claims that we descended from wolves — and that the wolves are our brothers still.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.124

There are stories of the cold ones as old as the wolf legends, and some much more recent. According to legend, my own great-grandfather knew some of them. He was the one who made the treaty that kept them off our land.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.124

You see, the cold ones are the natural enemies of the wolf—well, not the wolf, really, but the wolves that turn into men, like our ancestors. You would call them werewolves.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.124

There’s always a risk for humans to be around the cold ones, even if they’re civilized like this clan was. You never know when they might get too hungry to resist.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.125

You have goose bumps.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.126

I guess I just violated the treaty.
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.126

So do you think we’re a bunch of superstitious natives or what?
Jacob Black, Twilight, Chapter 6, p.126

Can you believe my dad paid me twenty bucks to come to your prom?
Jacob Black, Twilight, Epilogue, p.490

He said to tell you, no, to warn you, that — and this is his plural, not mine, ‘We’ll be watching.’
Jacob Black, Twilight, Epilogue, p.492

So, should I tell him you said to butt the hell out?
Jacob Black, Twilight, Epilogue, p.492

Speak of the devil and the devil shall appear.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 6, p.138

If either of you set so much as one toe on my land tomorrow…
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 6, p.141

Okay, but if you’re going to get picky like that, you have to average in size, too. You’re so small, I’ll have to knock ten years off your total.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 6, p.146

Here’s to responsibility. Twice a week.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.164

I believe that… we have a date.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.168

They’re just cliff diving, Bella. Recreation. La Push doesn’t have a mall, you know.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.171

Sometimes you’re a little strange, Bella. Do you know that?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.172

I swear, they’re like hall monitors gone bad.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.173

He looks at me like he’s waiting for something… like I’m going to join his stupid gang someday. He pays more attention to me than any of the other guys. I hate it.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.176

If this is how you’re going to react, I’ll freak out more often.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 7, p.179

Why are you apologizing for bleeding?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 8, p.188

Bella, I think you need stitches. I’m not going to let you bleed to death
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 8, p.189

I would have figured you for a trail kind of girl.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 8, p.197

Bears don’t want to eat people. We don’t taste that good. Of course, you might be an exception. I bet you’d taste good.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 8, p.200

So are you going to be my Valentine? Since you didn’t get me a fifty-cent box of candy, it’s the least you can do.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 9, p.202

I told him you were planning to corrupt my youthful innocence.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 9, p.209

You sure can pick them, Bella. This movie really sucks.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 9, p.211

What a marshmallow. You should hold out for someone with a stronger stomach. Someone who laughs at the gore that makes weaker men vomit.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 9, p.211

As long as you like me the best. And you think I’m good-looking—sort of. I’m prepared to be annoyingly persistent.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 9, p.212

The pin’s out of the grenade for me, now, eh?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 9, p.214

If you want to blame someone, why don’t you point your finger at those filthy, reeking bloodsuckers that you love so much?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 11, p.267

I saw that—I can see in your eyes what it does to you when I say their name.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 11, p.267

Go home, Bella. I can’t hang out with you anymore.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 11, p.270

I’m not good enough to be your friend anymore, or anything else. I’m not what I was before. I’m not good.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 11, p.272

Sometimes, loyalty gets in the way of what you want to do. Sometimes, it’s not your secret to tell.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 12, p.283

The part that kills me is that you already know. I already told you everything!
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 12, p.283

Did you honestly not know? Was I the one who told you what he was?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 12, p.286

See what I mean about loyalty? It’s the same for me, only worse. You can’t imagine how tight I’m bound…
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 12, p.286

If I thought it was too… too risky, I wouldn’t have come. But Bella, I made you a promise. I had no idea it would be so hard to keep, but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to try.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 12, p.288

I won’t lose you, Bella. Not for this.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 12, p.290

Well, I’m so sorry that I can’t be the right kind of monster for you, Bella. I guess I’m just not as great as a bloodsucker, am I?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.307

You really, honestly don’t mind that I morph into a giant dog?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.308

Bella, honey, we only protect people from one thing—our one enemy. It’s the reason we exist—because they do.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.309

Vampires don’t count as people.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.310

I wish you would have told me that you were so afraid. You didn’t need to be.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.311

I swore I wasn’t going to get mad, no matter what you said to me. But… I just got so upset that I was going to lose you… that you couldn’t deal with what I am…
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.312

You’ve got to have a little more confidence in us than that. It’s insulting.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.317

When I… changed, it was the most… horrible, the most terrifying thing I’ve ever been through—worse than anything I could have imagined.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.319

Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 13, p.321

Bella is not bait.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 14, p.336

Hunting vampires is fun. It’s the best part of this whole mess.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 14, p.339

The hardest part is feeling… out of control. Feeling like I can’t be sure of myself—like maybe you shouldn’t be around me, like maybe nobody should. Like I’m a monster who might hurt somebody.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 15, p.345

Who wants to be a nightmare, a monster?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 15, p.345

Sometimes I’m afraid that I’m losing myself.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 15, p.346

The best part is the speed.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 15, p.346

We’re a pretty messed-up pair, aren’t we? Neither one of us can hold our shape together right.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 15, p.349

Look, do you mind saving the stupid stuff for when I’m around? I won’t be able to concentrate if I think you’re jumping off cliffs behind my back.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 16, p.367

I can’t go back. Treaty or no treaty, that’s my enemy in there.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 16, p.379

Bye, Bella. I really hope you don’t die.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 16, p.379

Yeah, I’ll always be your friend. No matter what you love.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 18, p.409

Sam would be mad if I broke the treaty, and you probably wouldn’t like it too much if I killed your friend.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 18, p.410

It was easier when we were both human, wasn’t it?
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 18, p.410

Jacob’s furious voice was suddenly in my ear, hissing out a stream of profanities. I felt a vague disapproval. His new friends were clearly a bad influence.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Chapter 18, p.414

The treaty is quite specific. If any of them bite a human, the truce is over. Bite, not kill.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Epilogue, p.558

I would never hurt her.
Jacob Black, New Moon, Epilogue, p.559