Examiner.com has a great article addressing the fact that Teens are not the only fans of The Twilight Saga. They mention a particular demographic that we are all very aware of~
Take the so-called “Twilight Moms” out there. Plenty of women (married, mothers, or career women) love the series. Finding the powerful love story and precious (yet, at times, subtle) intricacies of the storyline and plot to be compelling and very pleasant to admit to imagination, Twilight Moms are able to overlook the fact that the setting for many of their favorite scenes takes place in a high school cafeteria, and that we meet Bella Swan as she undergoes a bit of teenage angst and adolescent alienation. The charm and wit of Edward Cullen and Jacob Black, for Twilight Moms, takes precedent over the youthful dispositions of Jacob Black or appearance of Edward Cullen. They allow themselves to, quite simply, become submerged into the sea of emotions that the narrator Bella Swan takes us through in the series.
Read the article here.