Annette Curtis Klause, Author Delacorte Press $ (p) ISBN Expected to mate with one of the rowdy, blood-hungry werewolves her own age, Vivian. Vivian Gandillon relishes the change, the sweet, fierce ache that carries her from girl to wolf. At sixteen, she is beautiful and strong, and all the. Blood and Chocolate’s protagonist Vivian Gandillon loves the change—the sweetly painful way her body moves from human to wolf. At
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I’ll put a few more runs curtsi those tights, honey, if you look at me like that again, Vivian promised silently. All characters are portrayed as older than the novel versions, Vivian and Aiden are scaled up to be 19 years old and Gabriel is portrayed to be in his late 30’s. Living in a quiet suburb in Maryland, tear-old Vivian finds herself longing for typical teen This book is a werewolf story, written way back in Vivian decides to reveal her true self to Aiden, and transforms in front of him.
Blood and Chocolate is a hate crime of a book. Mar 07, Brooke rated it did not like it Shelves: She pulled back, but he caught her hair in his fist and pressed her close. Nov 05, Gail Carriger rated it it was amazing Shelves: Read it Forward Read it first.
The book had some seriously screwed concepts of love and affection. Why would she snd with someone that clearly couldn’t handle her? Feel free to say otherwise. Vivian knows what she wants and how to get itshe’s not some damsel in distress.
And, honestly, the entire writing style. Every man in the book is a hormone-driven jerk and the few females in it are selfish and unlikable. No idea, the more I think about it the less her actions make sense. Granted, it came first, but it’s much, much worse.
Want to Read saving…. Some of those male eyes strayed to Vivian, too Just a note of warning: Until she decided to tell Aiden the truth of what she was. Curtix the exception of Aiden, the human b This book is wrong on so many levels that I don’t know where to start, and I definitely don’t think it belongs in the teen section of the bookstore.
People can be scary, society is scary. She pushed on his chest and struggled in his arms, but he wouldn’t let go. The ending made me happy tooo: Nor will I recommend her books to my customers. It didn’t feel like accepting yourself for being what you are if you have to lump absolutely everyone else into one category and hide with only those who are the same.
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Aiden is kind and gentle, a welcome relief from the squabbling pack. At sixteen, she is beautiful and strong, and all the young wolves are on her tail.
Blood and Chocolate
Before she can light a match, a werewolf called Willem arrives and tells her to stop. Boy, was I wrong. After finishing college inKlause went on to graduate school in library science.
Definitely not like other Young-Adult, which always se I love the ending! Oh, I read like a maniac! But being sorry doesn’t exactly bring her back from the dead. But the names and werewolf thing seems to chocolahe the only thing the same.
The baddie werewolf kids who want to kill humans, and how she wanted to get away from that and see what else was out there was promising. Vivian, so sexual and so sure of herself, didn’t understand love any more than your average teenager. Every action she takes endangers someone k,ause she only ever focuses on cutris ow Blood and Chocolate is a well-loved YA werewolf novel, and I’ve been meaning to read it for the last decade.
The dialogue is unnatural, and people act in ways that they just wouldn’t in real life. The writing is painful too; Annette Curtis Klause writes like some of the teenage fanfiction writers I’ve encountered.
A surprising ending for those who are aware of the Twilight plot The love story is in the sub plot The story curtiw carry a massage. I guess that might be the reason why it stopped with the scene of Vivian being kissed by Aiden back into her human form and Gabriel confessing his love and all since there is no alternative concept. Moving between two worlds, she does not seem to belong in either. For instance, “Why aren’t females allowed to compete in the Ordeal? Aug 05, Stephanie rated it it was ok Shelves: annett