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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. What's a vampire queen to do? Betsy Taylor has a lot on her plate-operating a nightclub for vampires and searching.
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Number 1 in series. Number 4 in series. MaryJanice Davidson has written in a variety of genres, including contemporary romance, paranormal romance, erotica and non-fiction. She lives in Minnesota. Visit her at www. The World According to Anna. The Unfinished Novel and Other stories.
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Now, Betsy continues her reluctant reign while being bedeviled by family secrets Most women would love to live as royalty, but Betsy has found that being vampire queen has more problems than perks, except for always being awake for Midni Fans can't get enough of author MaryJanice Davidson and her topsy-turvy world of the undead with its newly-crowned queen, Betsy Taylor.
Most women would love to live as royalty, but Betsy has found that being vampire queen has more problems than perks, except for always being awake for Midnight Madness sales. It may be easy to find blood yuck in the dark of night, but try finding a strawberry smoothie. And employees at her nightclub Scratch have been giving her nothing but grief since she killed their former boss. But Betsy's "life" takes an interesting turn at a shower for her wicked stepmother, who lets it slip that Betsy has a long-lost half sister.
Now twenty years old, this woman just so happens to be the devil's daughter - and destined to rule the world Hardcover , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Undead and Unappreciated , please sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about Undead and Unappreciated. Lists with This Book. Christian Grey rated it really liked it Shelves: It was a quick read, not a lot of mystery, a small amount of action. A dose of drama and that about wrapped it up. I expected more based on the first 2 books. But I can tell the next two or even shorter.
However, I will forge on. Better than the first two books, but still not good enough to keep me hooked. I have a weird relationship with Betsy, kinda love-hate. Sometimes I think she is funny and witty, but then there are other moments in the books where I just wish somebody would smack something really hard in her head. But now, at least, she has accepted her relationship with Eric, which makes me wanna like her a bit more.
Eric is a sweet and lovely hero. Although I liked him much more in book 1 where he was strong, po Better than the first two books, but still not good enough to keep me hooked. Although I liked him much more in book 1 where he was strong, powerful and mysterious. Now, he just seems kinda sissy, LOL, not my type oh hero, but I still like him, he's very loyal and caring. I love Jess too, she's a really charismatic character. Although I think that Marc isn't a good one at all.
He doesn't do anything, he's just always there. The new character, The devil's spawn, or Betsy's sister, is an amazing incorporation to the series. I think it was what the plot needed to become more interesting. I don't know why, but I just don't like this series as much as I love the Argeneau and the love at stake series, which are really similar in topic and genre, but much better.
While I did not hated it, nor had a bad time reading the first 3 books, I did not get hooked. So I won't waste any more time reading the books in it. View all 8 comments. Jan 30, Mahlet rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
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This was a very enjoyable, fast read. Betsey, the Queen of the Vampires, gets to meet her half-sister, the spawn of the Devil. There is significant development in her growing relationship with Sinclair, her sexy consort and King. Betsey even turns into a jealous lover when she believes his affections are beginning to lie elsewhere. All the usual side characters were entertaining: This book was peppered with fun moments like this. I will be continuing with this series very soon. Jessica is spearheading the planning, so I expect nothing but extravagance.
Sep 09, Fangs for the Fantasy rated it did not like it. Betsy has not taken well to learning that not only is she a vampire but the queen of the vampires.
Sure, her mother and her best friend adjusted to the change amazingly but even with that support, Betsy cannot seem to stay out of trouble. When Betsy learns that she has a half sister, she is drawn to investigate. Just like everything else in Betsy's life, nothing runs smoothly. In between dealing with a strike at her vampire club Scratch, and dealing with a hurt Eric, Betsy now has to keep a clos Betsy has not taken well to learning that not only is she a vampire but the queen of the vampires.
In between dealing with a strike at her vampire club Scratch, and dealing with a hurt Eric, Betsy now has to keep a close eye on her sister because she is the child of the devil and destined to the rule the world. I know from the introduction, it seemed that a lot happened in this book but that is certainly not the case. Only in the most generous description can Undead and Unappreciated be called a filler and I say that because the entire series is absolute mindless fluff.
It begins with Betsy going to AA and pretending to be an alcoholic in order to deal with her need to drink blood. Look, I know that for a lot of people vampirism is a metaphor for addiction but to be clear, it's a horrible analogy. So, Davidson has Betsy do this horrible thing and it goes absolutely nowhere. It's nothing but a launching pad for Mark to tell Betsy that he is a recovering addict and for her to temporarily beat herself up for not knowing such an essential detail about a man she calls a friend before going back to obsessing about shoes and Eric's control issues.
Betsy goes all evil vampire Queen when she finally gets around to reading the Vampire bible. It only took her two books to get around it and naturally she decides to barricade herself in a room with it, ignoring the advice to read it sparingly because it causes mental illness. Also, can I get a side eye on the whole woo woo causing mental illness?
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In Betsy's supposedly mentally ill state, she attacks Jessica, calls Marc a leech, has sex with Eric and tries to kill Tina. When Betsy gets back to herself she has a mess to clean up. Though Jessica isolates herself for a few days, she is quick to forgive Betsy and Tina and Marc follow suit. Betsy is briefly able to go outside during the day but beyond that, nothing much happens. Then there's Betsy's kid sister Laura. Betsy's father lets slip that Ant has been pregnant before and gave the child up for adoption. When Besty learns that Laura's mother is actually the devil and that Laura is destined to rule the world, Betsy is in with both feet temporarily and I say temporarily because Betsy gets over the whole hell spawn thing pretty quickly and starts to angst over her fear that Eric is into her kid sister.
Betsy has amazing priorities doesn't she? Even when she meets the devil, she considers selling her soul for a pair of shoes. When I said that nothing happens in this book, I absolutely mean it. Undead and Unappreciated wouldn't be a MaryJanice Davidson book without loads of problematic language. Betsy is still obsessed with Gone With The Wind and each time it's mentioned my skin absolutely crawls. Marc is Betsy's gay BFF, who at this point is single with no chance of a relationship and seems to have nothing to do with his spare time other than to be in Betsy's corner.
We did learn that Marc is a recovering alcoholic in this book and Betsy did actually notice that she has not taken the time to learn anything substantial about Marc. Yes, that's progress for Betsy but it does nothing to make Marc less of a servant. Yes this woman has a collection of marginalized servants. Jessica seems to exist to serve Betsy and beyond being there to advise Betsy on her love life and pay the bills, Jessica has no real purpose in the story.
For much of this series this far, Jessica's race serves as comic relief. Yep, Blackness as comic relief, feel free to roll your eyes. Mary Janice Davidson is a master at creating fun characters and story lines that make you laugh aloud. Among some of my favorites. The characters are well developed, interesting.
The liked characters are likable and the hated are unlikable.
The writing is captivating enough to keep you interested until the end and leave you wanting more. It has a fairly original or uniquely well-developed plot.
The pretense and romance was well balanced and done with properly d 4 Stars: The pretense and romance was well balanced and done with properly distributed amounts of hints, behaviors and chemistry. Not so much predictable if at all. Overall, loved it, I recommend reading!! If I miss a few seconds, it's not a big deal.
The characters have added a bit more depth, but they're still not popping. That might be part of the charm for some people since it tends to add to the humor. Just to show some depth in her character and the story. Also, no murder mystery this time? Kind of a letdown.
May 28, Anne rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This time around, she learns she has a half-sister, Laura. Then she reads the Book of the Dead and goes insane. It turns out that a side effect of reading the book is a trip to crazy-town. Before she gets control of herself she manages to take a bite out of Jess and seduce Eric.
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Naturally, Jess is livid, and more than a little freaked out at Betsy for chomping on her. But it is Eric's suprising reaction to finding out Betsy was loco when they had sex that really sends our I love Betsy! But it is Eric's suprising reaction to finding out Betsy was loco when they had sex that really sends our heroine into a tailspin. Let the groveling for forgiveness begin!
Oh yeah, as if she didn't have enough problems Not only that, but Satan expects her little girl to take over the world, and Betsy needs to make sure that doesn't happen! Since Laura was raised by a minister and his wife, and is as sweet as chocloate syrup, this poses some real problems! As with all of the Undead books, this one is a fun and easy read! Oct 31, Grace rated it did not like it Shelves: The first two books were silly fluff, with a largely unlikeable heroine but enough of a quirky setup that I was interested to read on.
Train stops here, though. Betsy becomes even more shallow, pigheaded and crass, if that's possible. Everyone else operates as spokes on her self-centered little wheel. Plot points are brought up only to be left as loose ends. Betsy's half-sister seems to be a plot thread, except that there's no real event or resolution involving her.
Sinclair's an idiot who is app The first two books were silly fluff, with a largely unlikeable heroine but enough of a quirky setup that I was interested to read on. Sinclair's an idiot who is apparently brain-dead, to be attracted to this infant Betsy. This entire book was just filler, with nothing happening of any consequence and no character developing in any way. I hit the end and couldn't believe the author published something so half-baked.
Put a stiletto through her heart, she's done. Sep 13, Mehsi rated it it was amazing Shelves: All hail Queen Betsy! With this book read I know finally know how Betsy learned about her sister hello blurb, it wasn't the stepmom spilling the secrets I was especially interested in her turning evil.
It was something mentioned in the 4th book, and I was curious. How would Betsy be if she was evil? Would she be even snarkier?