I read the first book in the House of Night series and thought it was interesting, but I couldn't go beyond that first book. There were too many typos, and I thought the author tried to hard to "talk" like a teenager. Using the spelling lurve a few times to mean love is ok. But over and over and over and it got annoying.
Are you looking specifically for young adult books? My students are hooked on the Lorien books, I Am Number 4 and The Power of Six. They're not great literature, but they are entertaining and engaging. If you're looking for action and adventure, try the Chess Team series by Jeremy Robinson or anything by James Rollins. If you want romance, comedy, and some gore, try the Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris. If you want horror and really evil vampires, read The Strain and The Fall by Guillermo del Torro. If it's a stand-alone book, not part of a series, that you want, I recommend The Help, The Book Thief, Room, The Road, Innocent Traitor, The Autobiography of Henry VIII, and so many more!