Vampire Queen, Betsy Taylor just woke up on a slab in a Chicago morgue. But how did she get there? She had just been (literally) to hell and back and was getting to used to the (big) changes she is facing at home after time traveling with her sister, Laura. It also seems they brought back something from their little "trip" to the future and it's not good. Not good at all.
Undead and Undermined just might have been one of the most highly anticipated books in Mary Janice Davidson's "Undead" series for me yet.
After reading the last book, I didn't know if this one could be released fast enough. I think I reread the last page of the previous one about five times before what I read really sunk in. To say it was a bit shocking is an understatement.
This novel is book number two in a trilogy within the series and I am glad because for me there are still some unanswered questions. I am hoping they will be answered in the next book. I also hope, because of the "time-traveling", that some things can be changed without messing up the continuity. Not that there were things I didn't like, but let's just say I cried for the very first time reading a Queen Betsy novel.
Ms. Davidson's very humorous series has taken a bit of a darker tone as of late, and I am enjoying that, as long as she still keeps the "funnies" coming. Betsy just wouldn't be Betsy without her sarcasm, now would she?
All-new in the New York Times bestselling drop-dead funny series.
Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor thought she couldn't die. So what's she doing in the morgue? It could have something to do with a time- traveling trip she made, and a foe with a wicked agenda that could finally be the real death of Betsy-if she's not careful.