I managed to get just over halfway through this book before I just couldn't stand the misogyny anymore. If you remove all references to vampires, it reads like a Seventeen magazine's dating guide, complete with all the 'ladies, it's your responsibility to look nice, say the right things, and impress him!'. The book is solely focused on a female human tracking down, meeting, seducing, and offering herself to a male vampire. You could replace the word 'vampire' wherever it appears with the words 'jerk' and the advice would be just as sound.
Yes, I understand it's a work of fiction (and a parody at that), but in a "Twilight" obsessed world, we do not need a book on how to be Bella Swan. Even when my choice of entertainment mocks something, I do expect it to be entertaining mockery, and I just didn't find this either entertaining or a particularly good parody of a dating book.
And don't get me started on the White Wolf rip off on the types of vampires that just had to be randomly shoved in there. I mean, once you pass that chapter, the types of vampires become interchangeable, never again revisiting the fact that all these vampire types (Clans for White Wolf RPers) would probably require different seduction methods.
On the whole, not a book I recommend. Your mileage may vary.