Jordan Scott, the singer and writer, told Reuters
through her attorney J.Craig Williams that some plots of her little known human-vampire love story "The Nocturne"
, which was published in 2006, were used by Meyer, especially in" Breaking Dawn", the fourth book of the Saga released in 2008.
The similarities between the two books, according to Williams, include the wedding, the sex-on-the-beach scene and the incredibly painful change from human to vampire.
In "Breaking down", Twilight heroin Bella Swan married her beloved vampire Edward Cullen, and had a baby with him before she was turned into a blood sucker.
Meyer said she'd never heard of "The Nocturne". Her publisher Hachette Book Group rebukes Scott in a statement for her intention to "ride the coattails of such success."
The Twilight books have sold 70 million copies worldwide so far, according to Hachette.
The attorney Williams denied the rebuke, and suggested fans should read the two books to judge by themselves.
Scott plans to file a copyright infringement lawsuit against Meyer within two weeks in US federal court.