Teen girl angst, wanting
the boy, the in crowd, not her
destined werewolf king.
btw Don't read the book because you liked the movie, or vice-versa. They are nothing alike, having in common only character names.
I don't think this is a bad thing; it's just important to know.
For the record, I liked the movie okay. I didn't find it especially good or bad, feminist or anti-feminist. I think I read somewhere that in the book, the main character Vivian has more agency, but I'd argue that the opposite is true. In the book she may be powerful regarding her poise and sexuality, but really she's just waiting for a real man to help her figure out whether she's a woman or a wolf. In the movie she does a lot more fighting for herself and ends up more independent.
I'd recommend this book for teens, but not for adults, who may have less patience for the passion and drama.