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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It’s just a ripoff of other books in this genre. I’ve heard there’s a second book coming up I think I’ve only read a couple of Cabot’s books before and they were okay books, so I wasn’t sure I’d like this one. All of Meg’s proceeds from her story The Exterminator’s Mehin the anthology Prom Nights From Hellbenefit First Book, a nonprofit organization connecting book publishers and community organizations to provide access to new books for children in need.

I had not high expectations because; why would this book cabit lie there? That being said, if you like vampires, then you’ll adore Meg Cabot’s foray into the genre. I could go on to list enough cheesyness to fill a large silver platter but I’ll stop now, because I don’t really want to put myself through it again. Why am I telling you this? This is where I believe many will find the storyline with suck you in before you even know it.

I will not be reading book two. Meg Cabot kept trying for some lighter notes and situational humor but those endeavors were lost in the plot complications.


Insatiable by Meg Cabot : Book Review

But like I said before, I adored this review! He’s got a castle and stuff. I’ve read numerous vampire novels, both within the YA and adult genres. Antonescu the Gucci-wearing, matchmaking vamp-next-doorthe too-stupid-to-live brother Jon, and of course, Jack Bauer the dog.

Instead of jumping on the vampire bandwagon, I believe Cabot sought to gently poke fun at our collective obsession with them. It was going good until Meena heroine started calling Lucien the antihero her boyfriend and whining about how much she loved him. I do think this book would be a fun read for those that like their paranormal elements on the very light side of the story.

Now, thanks to new boss and archenemy Shoshana, Meena’s got to write about the one subject she can’t stand- vampires. I wish Meena could just have them both. As for the high, round breasts — oh I think about them — thinking I wish I had a pair.


The first four books take place over less than a year, and chronicle her attempts to help missing children while trying to avoid the scrutiny of the federal government.

Mar 25, Donna added it Shelves: Even though she will ‘always love’ him. There aren’t many books that I can’t finish and know that I never will, unfortunately this book falls into that category. czbot

Now, she is no longer judged by her grades, but by her looks, and she has to fight the worldwide corporation, Stark Enterprises, if she wants to find out what really happened to her old life and to protect her friends and family.


I found it irritating, and slow. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Recommended to Julie by: Lucien represents something very different. May 23, Debbie rated it did not like it.

To demostrate this I have constructed a imaginary conversation with Alaric: I read as many pages last night, in a span of only a few hours, as i had for 5 days trying to get through the earlier sections. She’s gifted with sensing death and all in all an interesting character but had a very uninteresting job, well at least to me.

I enjoy the idea of a veritable monster that can pass as human. In the cult of monster misogyny, vampires are kings?

Insatiable Series

Oh yes, I’d give up true love and hot sex for that pack of winners. Lucien could read minds and he still had no idea what she was talking about half the time. Right off the bat I need to warn you, that if you are the kind of reader who gets annoyed with pop culture references, stay away from this one.

Pity it would be pretty much the only time I actually laughed. I like the predictable PNRs.