Undead and Unpopular
This New York Times bestselling author's Undead series is more popular than ever! With her birthday coming up, Betsy isn't in the best frame of mind to face the powerful European vampires who have finally come to pay their respects. Playing politics is not her strong suit, especially when she... show more
This New York Times bestselling author's Undead series is more popular than ever! With her birthday coming up, Betsy isn't in the best frame of mind to face the powerful European vampires who have finally come to pay their respects. Playing politics is not her strong suit, especially when she finds out her best friend Jessica may have a life-threatening illness. Sure Betsy can save her life by taking it-isn't that what friends are for?-but the choice isn't in her hands. With her fiancé Eric dodging all the wedding plans, Betsy's plate is full-and not with birthday cake. But who has time to pout? Not even a reluctant vampire queen, who is taking it one high-heeled step at a time in MaryJanice Davidson's creative, sophisticated, sexy, and wonderfully witty series.
Publish date: June 6th 2006
Publisher: Berkley Sensation Hardcover
Pages no: 257
Edition language: English
Series: Undead (#5)
Betsy's 31st birthday is approaching and she's decided to give up blood. Add to this a group of vampires coming to test her and Sinklair and their resolve to keep power in the area. She's also protesting that she doesn't want a party (yeah right) finding out what's wrong with her friend and keep h...
I like to read these for a lighter read but I am hoping the series gets better fast. First if you don't know before starting this book that there is a short story before this one and read it first when you read this it will feel like you missed a book. Second I'm so tired of how Betsy makes everyth...
Im getting a lil tired of Betsy's blankness. And this book was not as funny as the previously ones. I'll keep on reading tho, and hoping she'll wise up at least a lil bit.
This book was much better than the previous book in the series. I read it in one sitting and didn't want to put it down until I was done. My only complaint was the surprise in the attic. Betsy makes a big deal of how she should have listened to the warnings about it and when she finally had to deal ...
Only a couple pages in but the characters are describing advancements that leave my mind boggled. Apparently, there's a small novella in between Undead and Unreturnable Synopsis:"A Fiend in Need" reveals the true identity of George the Fiend when Antonia, the seer of the Wyndham werewolves, knocks ...