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Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause
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Mar 25, 15

it was amazing
bookshelves: young-adult, paranormal-tales, magical-girl-tales, love-tales, books-made-into-movies, library-books, werewolf-tales, girl-woman-feminine-tales
Recommended for: werewolf fans, fans of the supernatural
Read in December, 2008, read count: 1

** spoiler alert ** I loved this book! I love the prose, it's very beautiful and lush and image rich, and the story so far is pretty cool. I'm glad I waited to read it because I think I may have found it too overtly sexy as a teen. I liked the way the story turned out, even though I wondered if Vivian and Aiden could make it work. I was surprised by how much Gabriel had changed by the end, from this cocky, power-hungry youth to the literally the leader of the pack with a kind heart and a strong love and desire for Vivian, other than just lust. Klause really took the subject of werewolves to another level, making the concept believable that werewolves could exist. I really enjoyed the family aspects of the pack, and how the change to werewolf from human was described. For Vivian, blood is sweeter than chocolate.

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Reading Progress

12/23/2008 page 26
12/27/2008 page 111
42.05% "I love it. The writing is so vivid."

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