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Book review
By Lindsay Weigel   
Rated "G" by the Author.
Last edited: Friday, July 22, 2011
Posted: Friday, July 22, 2011

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Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011
Laurie Wilcox’s story of a sweet deception is told in the first person and mostly by dialogue.  Rarely does the author use an apostrophe for omission and for me this gave the writing an ‘old world’ feeling about the rhythm of the words, which is very fitting for the genre.

At the end there is a twist – I wasn’t expecting this and loved it!  I loved that it made me stop and think about everything I had read and I also loved Laurie taking the action into her own hands.

If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will enjoy reading Laurie’s story.

I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy to review.

Reacqauinted:  A Sweet Deception was published by iUniverse.com on 10 June 2011

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