Undead and Unworthy
Seventh in the hilarious New York Times bestselling series featuring Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor?now with a hot new look. The series New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan calls ?DELIGH TFUL, Wicked Fun? is looking hotter than ever? ?No one does humorous romantic fantasy better than... show more
Seventh in the hilarious New York Times bestselling series featuring Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor?now with a hot new look. The series New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan calls ?DELIGH TFUL, Wicked Fun? is looking hotter than ever? ?No one does humorous romantic fantasy better than the incomparable MaryJanice Davidson? (The Best Reviews), and nobody reigns over the undead with more savvy than her heroine Betsy Taylor, back to rule the nights as Vampire Queen??and survive the days as a new suburban bride. But it?s not all marital bliss. Betsy?s husband, Sinclair, has been perusing The Book of the Dead, Betsy?s being hounded by a ghost who?s even more insufferable in death than in life, and a pack of formerly feral vampires has decided to pay an unwelcome visit?
Publish date: June 24th 2008
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover
Pages no: 285
Edition language: English
Series: Undead (#7)
The story overall was decent and I find Betsy's new powers intriguing but I was not crazy about a few things. I was not pleased with the Ant coming back. I actually enjoyed her being gone. Another thing I wasn't crazy about was Antonia dyingat the end of the book. I wasn't really attached to the cha...
Ugh, there's another short story before this book that wasn't listed in the series. Annoying. Off to look for it. Here it is, a short story called Undead & Unwed: A Honeymoon Story in Dead Over Heels. Really wish these books were listed under the Undead series. This series seems to be declining, i...
The series is fun and mindless to read. Her last two books of this series were getting to a better story line yet without much plot. However, it just keeps getting better and better and I cannot wait to see what happens next!
As noted by the author, this book is suppose to be the start of a new arc in the Undead series. The story is a bit darker, which is a nice change, and Betsy is starting to act more mature and tries to act like a responsible queen. Yet, this installment is flat compared to books 1-3, which are the be...