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Blood and chocolate
Annette Curtis Klause
Teen Fiction KLAUSE

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Avatar for Rosemint Rosemint said:
this was a horrid book! i thought it was good but the story line was not good at all!!!! not a very good read for the younger teen!!!
posted Dec 1, 2008 at 1:41PM
Avatar for KaliO KaliO said:
Vivian is sweet sixteen, strong and beautiful, with all the boys on her tail—literally, because Vivian is a werewolf. But life is not as sweet as chocolate. Her close-knit werewolf pack has moved to a new home, needs a new leader, and definitely does not approve of Vivian’s new human boyfriend. But Aiden is sensitive and kind, and Vivian is sure that he will understand her other self. Her divided loyalties are put to the test when a contender for new pack leader takes a decided interest in her, and her life becomes really complicated when a human is murdered and a werewolf seems to be the culprit. Her attempt to lead a double life is endangering both the humans and the werewolves she cares about. Who is Vivian supposed to protect? Who is she supposed to be? Blood and Chocolate is a fierce, sexy, gripping coming-of-age story about love, trust, and betrayal. Eat-while-you-read: Hershey’s Hugs, because the white and dark chocolate represents the dual sides of Vivian’s nature!
posted Aug 20, 2009 at 2:41PM
Avatar for KaliO KaliO said:
In Blood and Chocolate, the worthy werewolf finally gets a chance at love. Vivian is sweet sixteen, strong and beautiful, with all the boys on her tail—literally, because Vivian is a werewolf. But life is not as sweet as chocolate. Her close-knit werewolf pack has moved to a new home, needs a new leader, and definitely does not approve of Vivian’s new human boyfriend. But Aiden is sensitive and kind, and Vivian is sure that he will understand her other, wilder self. Her divided loyalties are put to the test when a contender for new pack leader takes an intimate interest in her, and life becomes even more complicated when a human is murdered and a werewolf is the culprit. Vivian’s attempt to lead a double life is endangering both the humans and the werewolves she cares about. Who is Vivian supposed to protect? Who is she supposed to be? The werewolves of Blood and Chocolate are sassy and stubborn, and they don’t make Vivian’s choices easy—but they certainly do make things interesting. Even with a pack of wild animals roaming through the pages, Blood and Chocolate remains a fierce, sexy, gripping coming-of-age story about love, betrayal, trust, and acceptance. And fans of author Annette Curtis Klause’s werewolf love will be pleased to know that she played matchmaker with our favorite monster, the vampire, in her first book The Silver Kiss.
posted Aug 23, 2009 at 9:12PM
straywater said:
this book was ok It’s a good read but nothing special
posted Oct 8, 2009 at 4:30PM
Avatar for twilightluvr twilightluvr said:
This book was amazing, I could never set it down, and i was thrilled at the outcome!!!
posted Jan 30, 2010 at 8:47PM
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main characters Vivian Gandillon
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Age: 16
Werewolf
Family had to relocate after their house was burned; falls in love with a human; tries to live in both worlds.
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