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!
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.
I actually liked that Betsy finally had to figure out how to function on her own and kick some royal butt! I will be interested to see how the outcome this book progresses. I am also interested to see where the plot is going with BabyJon.
This book by far was my favorite of the series! It was a very quick read and had me engrossed from from the first page. This book has Betsy planning her wedding when suddenly everyone she knows and loves starts disappearing or dying on her.
Betsy has to come into her own as the Queen of the Vampires and discovers new powers in order to survive her latest challenges. We also get to meet some of the werewolves from the Dead and Loving it and Derik's Bane Series.
If you're looking for a fun read to finish before bedtime, UNDEAD AND UNEASY will do the trick. It only takes about two hours to read from first page to last, and you'll get in a few laughs along the way.
Betsy is still preparing for her wedding to Vampire King Eric Sinclair, but this time there are even more complications than usual -- Jessica is still sick with cancer, some people close to her have ended up dead, Tina has been sent to ease ruffled vampire feathers in Europe, and the King himself seems to be hiding away, sulking. Oh, and there's BabyJohn to take care of, and sister Laura to handle, and the Devil to avoid, and even a visit from the Wyndham Werewolf clan.
Overall, this is a fun, easy read in the Queen Betsy series, and readers will be happy to find some answers to a few previously unanswered story lines.