Publisher Berkley Publication
Date published November 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Obtained via: Publisher
Reviewed by Tammy
Now out in paperback, the latest installment in MaryJanice Davidson’s Queen Betsy series, UNDEAD AND UNWORTHY, once again has everyone’s favorite reluctant, but stylish Vampire Queen dodging angry fiends and ill-tempered spirits while balancing her recent marriage to the hot and hunky Vampire King as she attempts to keep the vampire kingdom running smoothly.
MaryJanice Davidson’s UNDEAD AND UNWORTHY delivers all the humor and hi-jinks readers have come to expect from the Queen Betsy books. This time around, Betsy is enjoying her newly married status to the Vampire King (atop his desk) when her dead step-mother pops in for a visit, reason unknown. Detective Nick is still dead set (pun intended) on seeing Betsy permanently dead (if only he didn’t need her help finding a serial killer) and Betsy’s inherited pet fiends are suddenly scarily aware and not in the least pleased with Betsy. All in all, this is just another day in the life of Betsy Taylor.
Sarcasm, wit, a fast moving storyline and paranormal hi-jinks abound in UNDEAD AND UNWORTHY. Lots of characters from previous books are back and loose ends are finally tied up. Queen Betsy is growing into her Manolos and she is taking her role as Queen much more seriously.
Readers looking for a fairly quick and comedic break in their day will once again enjoy spending time with snarky vampire fashionista Queen Betsy and her friends, as they battle evil and sometimes each other in the seventh Queen Betsy book, UNDEAD AND UNWORTHY. MaryJanice Davidson rarely disappoints. This book is a winner.
THIS IS NOT AN ENDORSEMENT OF THIS BOOK. THIS IS AN OBJECTIVE UNBIASED REVIEW