"Need" makes no attempt to hide, it's similarity to "Twilight". It should becacuse it fails miserably by comparison. The characters are two-dimensional, poorly drawn, and their reactions to situations seem ridiculous. Super-natural fiction and fantasy stories almost always require a supension of disbelief, but "Need" has several inconsistences, plot holes, and shakey bits of logic make that imposible. In an obvious attempt to set up a sequel, the author constructed the worst ending, I've ever heard in this genere. The author seems to have no respect for the intelligence of her audience.
Maybe, it was a good enough story, and it wasn't very long, so maybe if you're looking for a short distraction
I actually think it's a lot like Twilight, but with better character development
somebody who has either lived in New England or at least visited and has witnessed a Maine accent