The author of an obscure vampire book is going right for the jugular: Claiming Stephenie Meyer stole ideas from her work for the fourth book in the Twilight series, Breaking Dawn, Jordan Scott is suing the mega-bestselling writer for copyright infringement. Scott started working on her book, The Nocturne, when she was 15, posting passages online as she wrote. Meyer's book resembles The Nocturne in language, plot lines, characters and other points, the lawsuit claims. In response, Meyer's publisher said the "alleged similarities" are "wholly lacking in substance," and called the suit a meritless claim aimed to advance the career of Scott, now an aspiring screenwriter. Scott's book had an initial printing of 5,000 books, while the Twilight series has sold more than 70 million copies worldwide.