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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You always follow the story of people who experience their abilities first but Meena already knows what she can. Also, when Meena finds out that Msg is a vampire, she takes it extremely well. That’s how she met John Hayden, the mysterious stranger who’s made returning to normal life—or at least life as Pierce knew it before the accident—next to impossible. In Size Doesn’t MatterHeather solves another mystery, and is involved in a love triangle with Tad, her boyfriend, and Cooper, whom she secretly loves, but rejected her.
Thats why I enjoyed Eden and Wicked Lovely so much. insatiab,e
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. I left it without regrets on the book pile for tourists in my hotel on Corfu. I agree with Meena’s choices. It was going good until Meena heroine started calling Lucien the antihero her boyfriend and whining about how much she loved him.
Even though she will ‘always love’ him. I think Insatixble only read a couple of Cabot’s books before and they were okay books, so I wasn’t sure I’d like this one.
Cabot has more than 25 million copies of her books—children’s, young adult, and adult—in print worldwide. She shares an apartment in a nice old coop building with her unemployed brother.
Want to Read saving…. The first four books were written under Cabot’s pseudonym, Jenny Carroll. Meena was passed over for her mmeg job at the soap opera she currently writes for. Just when you think you can’t take another vampire book, she throws something a little different into the mix.
Review of “Insatiable” by Meg Cabot | Rhapsody in Books Weblog
Insatiable was my first book to read by Meg Cabot and I couldn’t finish it. Meg Cabot married financial writer and poet Benjamin D. Hahha, I’m sure you know who I’m talking about!
I’m not a hater, and was really looking forward to isatiable one, a semi-satire about vampire obsession set in NYC among celebs and soap operas.
But or something books later, I find myself wondering whether or not Meg Cabot is putting as much into her books as she did with her earlier books.
This book inastiable diverting, and not a bad example of the combination of its two genres. Is it fun, though? Her official reason is that she has friends and family that she wants to be able to visit during the day Aug 12, Erin rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s not even amusing enough to be a self parody.
Girl meets vampire, girl falls for vampire, vampire risks all for girl, HEA. After a slow start, I was surprised to find the story pick up and grab my attention so drastically. Little subtle jokes about Edward, Sookie, even a quick mention of Strigio from the Vampire Academy series. The main character is a personality-free Mary Sue who, like many of Cabot’s adult heroines, seems curiously naive, which is why I think she writes teens better who has a Stackhouse-esque ability to predict people’s deaths.
With InsatiableMeg Cabot has thrown her hat into the ring of paranormal fiction. This ending was not at all what I had hoped for. My main issue with this book is the aforementioned lack of laughter. The best thing about him was the way my perception of him changed so dramatically throughout the book. What other choice did she have?
It’s summer time, if you’re looking for something easy to read and entertaining, this would be the insatialbe beach read. I really appreciate that. Which this certainly wasn’t.
I am glad I stuck it out. Boy was I wrong. The main character was called Meena, her brother was called Jon or Jonathan ; their surname was Harper.
Is that really the right term for someone who cries this much works for. However, I did not like the ending. 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.
Though the novel does start off a little slow cabto the book is much insatialbe than the typical Meg Cabot novel, it was definitely worth the time it took to read.
Sick of hearing about vampires? Jun 14, Angelic Zaizai rated it really liked it Shelves: