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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Now I understand that most vampire novels are probably going to contain some reference to Bram Stoker’s classic novel; but the key word here is ‘SOME’, there is such a thing as taking it too far.
Little brother apparently wants to recreate the world so that all of us lowly humans are treated as cattle. For a start, it took forever for the main character Meena to even meet the love interest that turns out to be a vampire, the Prince of Darkness, Lucien Antonescu.
The other complication in Meena’s life?
Besides, I do love me some YA fiction. Seventeen-year-old Pierce knows what happens to us when we die. I also had to appreciate the dress; I would have to guess this would be the dress that had been borrowed from Mary Lou for the night out with Lucien that was unable to happen. The pacing of the second half of the book was very good.
It was the only way she was going to save other women from what she was going through now. How would you like to meet someone and instantly know how they are going to die?
Her current publishing house agreed to publish one more installment. You are commenting using your Twitter account. That’s the true horror. In the Emg and Australia, the books are published under titles based on the volume number e. I am glad I stuck it out.
I found it irritating, and slow. This is where I found the story to be a bit overwhelming. This complicates things when she finds out from Alaric Wulf, a demon-hunter with a secret unit of the Vatican called the Palatine Guard, that vampires are attacking girls all over her native New York City, and that her new boyfriend might be one of them: But she writes for a TV show so she cant be stupid. Inthe film version of the Princess Diaries was released.
A complete prince charming when he wants to be. The story finally decided to go somewhere, and that somewhere was pretty great!
Me- cooing ‘Do you love her? Missing You was released in December and that was the end of the series. Oct 24, Selene rated it did not like it Shelves: And while the Anti-Bella would be a great character, her decisions would still need to make sense in the context of the story. The UK titles for the series were: But he was a tentative ally. I am not a devoted Dracula purist.
But does he love her back? Overall, I liked it and Im glad to have read it and I will continue with the series. But this offering, there’s nothing good here. I find the mythology captivating. But not even Meena’s precognition can prepare her for what happens when she meets—then makes the mistake of falling in love with—Lucien Antonescu, a modern-day prince with a bit of a dark side.
In fact in Insatiablw case, you cabkt say, cagot that lives, doesn’t always have a pulse. While this did hold my interest for the most part, there were still some spots that dragged on, but all in all, Insatiable had good humor, some action, mystery and romance to please my paranormal craving and thought this was a decent read, I wasn’t blown away by it, but overall it’s a good start to what I’m guessing is a series.
But, never-the-less, I must rate the book as a whole. That the main character, Meena Harper, is downright sick of vampires.
Insatiable Series by Meg Cabot
The Prince of Darkness is in town to investigate the dead bodies of several young females that have been bitten and drained of all their blood. Unfortunately Meena is in love with the ruler of vampires.
An enjoyable aspect of this book cavot the way that the vampires had infiltrated New York society, down to product placement in a soap opera.
Lists with This Insatiqble. Not that you’re going to believe her. Seriously, there were MANY times where a phrase or idea was repeated within the same page or a few pages, and it really started to get annoying after a while. Which, to be fair, is usually reserved for something good and maybe even positive.
They were completely unrealistic card board cutouts of what the author finds wrong with the vampire mythos. To be honest, if this hadn’t have been a read for a tour site, I probably would have quit it before it ever had a msg to get good.
Insatiable (Insatiable, #1) by Meg Cabot
When Meena gives Lucien the heave-ho and tells him that they can never be together, she also gives him and us some valid reasons why not. This book was by far one of the most entertaining and downright addictive vampire books I have read in a long time and I highly recommend it. Meg has teamed with the Make-a-Wish Foundation and the Starlight Children’s Foundation to mentor seriously and terminally ill children. Meg Cabot is an experienced writer. And did I mention that Lucien is The prince of the darkness?
Meena Harper is having a bad week. Impossible to satiate or satisfy: Alright, her one friend is sweet, but she has a husband and a new baby.