Blood and Chocolate

Blood And Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause

Blood And Chocolate
Blood And Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A nice easy read with a decent story line.
Vivian is a strong-willed self-assured teenager, who also happens to come from a family of werewolves. Despite having free choice of all the boys within her own “species”, she finds herself obsessed with a human boy. One who writes poetry and wishes there were more supernatural occurrences in the world. But when the boy, Aiden, finds out her secret, he reacts in a typically human way…

A fairly standard tale of teenage-angst, however with the emotionally stronger character being the teenage girl. A better feminism stance than some other YA fantasy books. There’s still the issue of some male characters being a bit overly sexually-aggressive, even for werewolves, but at least our heroine can stand up for herself.

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