In this Romaric classic, Jewish Helen Keller, is a strong independent woman whom is in need of no man. She falls deeply in love with the tall German Nick, despite political struggles amidst nazi Germany and the Jews. Ironically, due to Helen's conditions, she never becomes aware of his German heritage. It all takes a huge twist when her friend from cooking school Anne Keddington Frank becomes madly jealous with her friend Helen for taking her Ex boyfriend(nick) and uses witchcraft to transform SS officers into mind controlled werwolves. As part of her vendetta against Helen, she sicks the wolves on Nick, resulting in a moderately bloody death. Heart broken, Helen can only mumble and moan a few words of sadness as she vows revenge on her once friend Anne. As Anne finishes her task of darkness, her dark master takes her powers and she is left transformed as a werewolf. Due to Helen's extreme incapacitations her only sense left was her sense of smell. Helen, blinded by her rage, uses her sense of smell to track her werewolf arch enemy.