Friday, October 16, 2009

Book Review: Undead and Unwed

While I was home sick yesterday, I decided to finish up this little gem of a book. It's nothing overly deep or complicated. Just fun, irreverent humor about being a laid-off secretary one minute and the Queen of Vampires the next.

Undead and Unwed by Mary Janice Davidson

Betsy Taylor turns 30, gets laid off, is killed by an SUV and wakes up dead all in the same week. The vampire community is convinced she's their prophesied Queen. But she's not having any of it - she's got shoes to buy! And now the undead world is being turned upside-down by a Bela Lugosi throwback and her subjects expect her to take care of it! Why didn't she read the handbook? But her would-be consort, Eric Sinclair, is (annoyingly) ever-present. If only he wasn't so tall, dark, gorgeous...and undead.


mrsb said...

Oh, I love that series! MJD also does a couple of other series, though they don't contain as many books as this one. I especially like the ones about the royal family of Alaska, lol!

SpiritPhoenix said...

Hmmm. I'll have to check those out. Thanks for the recommendation!

TeaTowelCreek said...

I love her books,I have read them all, they are FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!