Insatiable [Meg Cabot] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Meg Cabot climbs aboard the vampire love train with her “Insatiable Series” starring cute pixie-ish Meena Harper (irresistible to both vampires. Meg Cabot is an American author of romantic and paranormal fiction for teens and adults. She has written and published over.
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Its not all fluff and hearts and sparkles, but I still really enjoyed Lucien’s character. There is a big problem with repetition in this book. Being a willing recipient of a love bite does not mean here, feed on me! View all 17 comments.
I left it without regrets on the book pile for tourists in my hotel on Corfu. Then she could punctuate that statement by sucking face with that shirtless wet dream of a werewolf Who care how my food is going to die? As a matter of fact the entire book goes on and on about how the vampire trend is totally over done, how vampires are now just corporate ploys used to boost ratings and sell product. D Anyway, like I said, Meena makes a stand against Lucien’s behavior and makes some tough decisions about her love life and career.
It was sultry and steamy when need be and a breath of fresh air. Mina does NOT fall in cabott with Dracula! But I ended up really enjoying it anyways. To make matter’s worse, her recently unemployed brother Definition: It has been released as a three-book manga series, called Avalon High: Shadowland and Ninth Key.
Nov 28, Steph Su rated it it was ok Shelves: After a slow start, I was surprised to find the story pick up and grab my attention so drastically. Needless to say that Meena is sick of Vamps and goes on saying that she doesn’t understand how women can find Vampires attractive and hot when really all he’s doing is trying to resist killing you Twi-haters will grin and nod at that which is true, but intentionally ironic at the same time since this is indeed a Vampire story.
Though she thought she escaped him—starting a new school in a whole new place—it turns out she was wrong. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Chick-litMysteryRomance. I’m not sure if I’m going to continue, but any Cabot fan should get a kick out of this one.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I’ve heard complaints about Meena acting stupidly – I choose to attribute her actions to Cabot’s nod to Stoker’s Dracula what with the whole vampire hypnosis thingas she’s so clearly doing that with a lot of the rest of the book.
Fiction Book Review: Insatiable by Meg Cabot, Morrow, $ (p) ISBN
Cbot yet, I still picked the other team this time. Insatiable pokes fun at the supernatural trends that are sweeping through pop culture while being part of that sweeping movement. Vampire Diaries 1 by L. I’ve read numerous vampire novels, both within the YA and adult genres. They were completely unrealistic card board cutouts of what the author finds wrong with the vampire mythos.
Plus, the connection between Meena and Alaric is not believable at all. This causes her many romantic, friendship, and work-related problems, especially after moving to New York City after graduating from college. Her resemblance to Joan of Arc, except cuter.
Jun 25, Seesen9 rated it it was ok Shelves: View all 3 comments. I like the idea of a vampire with a haunted past. Okay for arguments sake, I will forgive the fact that his name is Alaric, and Vampire Diaries got there first, Meg Cabot might have just liked the name.