When an author reaches the seventh book in a series, people will sometimes wonder if its' worth it to keep tuning in. There was just an article in Romantic Times speculating when a series has jumped the shark and has reached the expiration date. Well, you don't have to wonder about Queen Betsy. I am so glad I got this book for review. I have tuned in for the previous six books and was curious to see what would happen now that Sinclair and Betsy have tied the knot. At the beginning you are warned that this book takes place two months after Undead and Uneasy and Dead Over Heels. I'm upset that I missed a short story about Betsy and if you haven't read it either, it will not hinder your enjoyment of Undead and Unworthy. There is also a note in the front that warns readers that this is the beginning of a new story arc and Ms. Davidson wasn't kidding.
Betsy is settling into her new life as a married woman. Jessica is still dating Nick Berry who hates Betsy's guts. Marc isn't dating anyone. Laura, Betsy's half sister and daughter to the devil, is a big help to Betsy now that she is raising her half brother BabyJon. Then, Betsy gets a new ghost in her life and unfortunately, it is The Ant, her stepmother! Then Garrett barges in and confesses that he screwed up big time. He let the other Fiends, all seven of them, feed from him. This means they got Betsy's blood and have woken from their feral state. Now their only desire is to kill Betsy. I won't give any more details because I don't like to give spoilers. Just take my word for it that if you have followed the story thus far you will want to catch this latest installment. If you haven't read any of the Undead series, you should give them a try. I always laugh out loud throughout each book and they are just pure fun. I can't wait to see what happens next. All hail Queen Betsy!!!
Seventh in the hilarious New York Times bestselling series featuring Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor-now with a hot new look.
"No one does humorous romantic fantasy better than the incomparable MaryJanice Davidson" (The Best Reviews), and nobody reigns over the undead with more savvy than her heroine Betsy Taylor, back to rule the nights as Vampire Queen--and survive the days as a new suburban bride. But it's not all marital bliss. Betsy's husband, Sinclair, has been perusing The Book of the Dead, Betsy's being hounded by a ghost who's even more insufferable in death than in life, and a pack of formerly feral vampires has decided to pay an unwelcome visit.