Undead and Unwed - MaryJanice Davidson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749936452 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: MaryJanice Davidson / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published ... more
Newest Review: ... secretarial blonde and she is the greatest appeal of this series and this book is it is pure fluff, but it's also pretty ... more
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by - written on 23/09/10 (Useful, 7 readings)
Here's the deal with this book if you like straight serious complex supernatural fiction, don't bother reading this it took me maybe 5 years to reading Mary Janice Davidsons tales of Betsy the Vampire Queen, the first one i bought second hand just cause i was in a book drought. The heroine freely admits she's a vacuous shoe obsessed secretarial blonde and she is the greatest appeal of this series and this book is it is pure fluff, but it's also pretty funny. it made me smile and laugh out loud pretty often because i didn't go into reading it with the intention of taking it seriously. The story starts on Betsy Taylors birthday, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Useful, 7 readings)
Betsy Taylor arrives for her job as a secretary on her thirtieth birthday only to find out that she has been fired. Her day get considerably worse, however, when she gets hit by a car on the way home and dies. But things take an interesting turn a couple of days later when she wakes up in a coffin at the morgue. Betsy then makes several attempts on her own life, figuring that she is meant to be dead anyway, but she soon realises that she is invincible and a vampire. But Betsy doesn't seem to be a normal vampire. All of the things that affect others, such as holy water, sunlight etc, don't seem to worry her at all. This leads other vampires in the area to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/10, updated on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Undead and Unwed is the first book in MaryJanice Davidson's Undead series. In this book we're introduced to the heroine of the series, Betsy. Betsy dies early in the novel and wakes up a couple of days later as a vampire. Betsy's determined to live her death in exactly the same way as she did her life. Unfortunately for her the vampires in her city have other ideas. This book contains hot vampires, romance and there's even a orgy thrown in. Although it has all of the ingredients that I think make a great paranormal novel I still couldn't bring myself to rate this book more than 2 stars. So what's so bad about this novel that even an orgy involving a hot ... Read the complete review
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