If you have been looking around for a novel and are in need of some good old fashioned Romance, Reacquainted may just be the book for you to sink your fangs into. The story is full of unexpected twists and great comic relief.  The two main characters are a natural fit for each other and are very believable.
 
From the first page I was trying to figure everything out and continued to do so throughout the entire book! I will warn you that the author Lindsay Weigel is a little tricky, you may find yourself doing a double take as you are left with the feeling that she has slapped you awake in the end! I mean that in the best of ways.
 
 As I have stated I call this old fashioned romance mostly because the steam factor is a little low, however it is made up for with the love that the two main characters (Laurie and Eric) share for each other. My only complaint is that there isn’t really any action that I feel could have been useful. All around I really enjoyed this story and hope she continues writing about Laurie and Eric in the future.  Perhaps if I cross my fingers she will even add a few steamy scenes!
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Single and known for never finishing a romance novel, Laurie Wilcox is a creature of habit whose work consists of picking up after customers and helping them choose skimpy, yet still legal, outfits. In Fall River, Massachusetts, life is mundane to say the least—that is, until a handsome stranger walks into her store and changes her life forever. While the stranger pays for his purchase, his hand grazes Laurie’s. Suddenly, she is fed an image of a man with fangs who is about to bite. As he smiles and leaves, Laurie experiences a weird, almost déjà-vu feeling. But when the stranger returns and invites Laurie and her co-worker to a dance club, Laurie is disturbed. Something about Alexander Young is making her feel uneasy, but despite her worries, she finally agrees, opening herself up to new experiences and a potential romance. But when a part of Laurie’s life is put into question—as well as the people in it—she must decide whether friendship, life, and most importantly, love is worth all the sweet deception.
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