Meg Cabot is putting her twist on the vampire trend with Insatiable. Meena Harper, a daytime soap writer, is forced to use a vampire plot line to get a ratings boost. It turns out that the plot is far less fictional than Meena thought. Here is a description of the plot from the publisher.
Sick of hearing about vampires? So is Meena Harper. But as a writer for Insatiable, the second-hottest daytime soap, Meena's being forced to use a vampire story line to boost ratings. Not that she isn't familiar with the supernatural: Meena's always known how everyone she meets is going to die... until she crosses paths with Lucien Antonescu. Lucien's tall, dark, and lacking an expiration date: Could Meena finally have met The One?
She certainly thinks so... until Alaric Wulf, a member of a secret society of vampire hunters, swoops in to insist Meena's new boyfriend is "The Prince of Darkness." A direct descendant of the Dracul, Lucien is embroiled in an apocalyptic battle to retain control of the kingdom of night.
Meena's past relationships have always been a pain in the neck, but this is taking things to a whole new level. Now Meena’s got a lot more on her mind than ratings ... such as the end of the world.
Insatiable arrives in bookstores on June 8th. Here is a book trailer for Insatiable starring Meg Cabot. Take a look: