Vivian Gandillon is a werewolf. At 16, she is beautiful and strong, and all the young wolves are on her tail. Her father, once the leader of the pack, has recently died - leaving Vivian and the pack bereft. Then Vivian falls in love with a human. Aiden is kind, gentle, and a welcome relief from the squabbling pack, He is fascinated by magic, and Vivian longs to reveal herself to him. Surely he would understand her and delight in the wonder of her dual nature. Then brutal murders start to occur and the secrecy of Vivian pack is threatened. Moving between two worlds, she doesn't seem to belong to either. What is she really - human or beast?
This book was a very interesting read, seeing as I'd never read any books about werewolves (I usually stick to vamps). I wasn't too into the book at the beginning, but I eventually got more involved. Vivian wasn't really my favorite heroine, but the other characters seemed to make up for it. The pack was interesting and fun to read about... seeing as Vivian was not the most interesting. Still, if you like fantasy and need something new, you should give Blood and Chocolate a try.
The plot was good and the writing was good. It also managed to keep me entranced, but the content was pg-13. I enjoyed the book, but I would not recomend it to anyone under the age of 16, and i would not recomend it to any Christian, just due to some of the sceens.
Blood and chocolate had a different spin on the vampire idea. The story, though was still good, it moved slightly slow in aparts. It made a nice romance, but the characters weren't the best. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't my favorite.