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This was the best Betsy adventure yet! Sinclair gets kidnapped, Jess is in the hospital, and everyone else goes missing......2 weeks before the wedding!
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I didn't enjoy this one as much as the others in the series. It was all about Betsy. Don't get me wrong, I think Betsy is hilarious and it was kind of cool to see her prove to everyone that she's pretty self-sufficient. But, I was disappointed to find that all of the fun great characters that I've come to love throughout the series only seemed to make short guest appearances throughout the book. That being said, it did have some cool twists & turns in the end that I think will set up some interesting story lines for future installments.
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Undead and Uneasy is the 6th book in MaryJanice Davidson's Betsy Taylor series. Betsy Taylor is the Queen of the Vampires. She really doesn't want to be a Queen. She didn't even want to be a vampire. She woke up one morning to find that she was dead and had been turned into a vampire. In the big Book of the Dead, it prophesied that she would be queen and her consort would be the delectably sexy, Eric Sinclair. Sure enough it comes true and now Betsy is planning her wedding to Eric. Betsy is about to pull her hair out because nobody wants to help her with all the arrangements most of all, the lucky groom.
I have only listened to this series on audio and never read any of the books. I like the way that Lucy Woo narrates the stories. She does Betsy's voice really well, but I don't like the way she does Sinclair. I think it is hard for women narrators to do men's voices well. Sinclair always comes across as sounding very condescending and I don’t think that if I was reading the book myself he wouldn’t sound condescending.
Anyway, I thought this Betsy book was average. Betsy is very demanding in this book and she tended to get on my nerves. Sinclair and most of the usual cast was missing in this book most of the time, so it was mainly Betsy front and center. I thought the mystery was obvious and it takes Betsy a while to catch on. It was just an okay read. I don't know if I will continue on with the series.