Here are some other suggestions to keep you busy until the next Stephenie Meyer comes out:
A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray.
After the suspicious death of her mother in 1895, sixteen-year-old Gemma returns to England, after many years in India, to attend a finishing school where she becomes aware of her magical powers and ability to see into the spirit world. If you like this one, it is part of a series - #2 is Rebel Angels and #3 is coming out soon The Sweet Far Thing.
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause.
Having fallen for a human boy, a beautiful teenage werewolf must battle both her packmates and the fear of the townspeople to decide where she belongs and with whom.
Goose Girl by Shannon Hale.
On her way to marry a prince she's never met, Princess Anidori is
betrayed by her guards and her lady-in-waiting and must become a goose girl to survive until she can reveal her true identity and reclaim the crown that is rightfully hers.
The Secret Hour - Midnighters, book 1 by Scott Westerfeld.
Upon moving to Bixby, Oklahoma, fifteen-year-old Jessica Day learns that she is one of a group of people who have special abilities that help them fight ancient creatures living in an hour hidden at midnight; creatures that seem determined to destroy Jess.
The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause.
Zoe is wary when, in the dead of night, the beautiful yet frightening
Simon comes to her house. Simon seems to understand the pain of
loneliness and death and Zoe's brooding thoughts of her dying mother.
Simon is one of the undead, a vampire, seeking revenge for the gruesome death of his mother three hundred years before. Does Simon dare ask Zoe to help free him from this lifeless chase and its insufferable loneliness?
In the Forests of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes.
Risika, a teenage vampire, wanders back in time to the year 1684 when, as a human, she died and was transformed against her will. Amazingly, the author wrote this book when she was 13.