Klause, Annette Curtis. Blood and Chocolate. Delacorte, 1997. ISBN 0-385-32305-0. $16.95. 264 pp. B 9+ FI Reviewed by Gabi Kupitz Beautiful high school student Vivian Gandillon is a student by day and a werewolf by night. As the story opens, her father has been killed, and the pack, without its strong leader, experiences a leadership void. The wanna-be leader is involved in a relationship with Vivian's widow mother, but he also lusts after Vivian. To complicate matters, Vivian falls in love with a fellow high school student who is not a werewolf. When she decides to be truly honest and reveal all to her high school boyfriend, he shrieks in terror. Vivian must decide whether to accept her human side or her more dominant werewolf self. This book grabbed me with its title, and page one drew me in immediately. However, although a page-turner, this book is laden with very graphic violent and sexual scenes.
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