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Undead and unwelcome /

Betsy Taylor has problems that only a vampire queen/suburban wife could possibly understand such as taking the body of her werewolf friend Antonia--who died in her service--to Cape Cod, where she's not sure if the Wyndham werewolves will welcome her with fangs or friendship, and dealing with her... Full description

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Published: Berkley Sensation, 2009
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New in the "one of a kind" (Darque Reviews) New York Times bestselling series featuring Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor! Betsy Taylor has problems that only a vampire queen/suburban wife could possibly understand. Such as taking the body of her werewolf friend Antonia - who died in her service - to Cape Cod, where she's not sure if the Wyndham werewolves will welcome her with fangs or friendship. Meanwhile, her posse back in St. Paul is sending frantic e-mails alerting Betsy to her half-sister's increasingly erratic behavior. Looks like the devil's daughter is coming into her own - and raising hell.


Review by Booklist Review

The eighth entry in Davidson's supernatural series (Undead and Unworthy, 2008) finds vampire queen Betsy Taylor and her husband, Eric Sinclair, on their way to Cape Cod to take the body of their werewolf compatriot Antonia back to her clan and to explain the circumstances of her death to the pack. Antonia died protecting Betsy, and the royal vampire isn't sure that the werewolves won't hold her accountable for Antonia's death. Back at home, Antonia's half-sister Laura, who is none other than the Antichrist, is being hounded by devil worshippers who want to do her bidding. Betsy's friend Marc advises Laura to send the Satanic bunch to do good deeds, which seems like sound advice until Laura decides to have her followers start slaying vampires. Though much of the book feels like filler Laura's antics are much more interesting than what's happening in Cape Cod the book builds to a thrilling showdown. Fans of Charlaine Harris' popular Sookie Stackhouse series will find this a similarly fun and snappy read.--Huntley, Kristine Copyright 2009 Booklist

From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
AUTHOR NOTES

Author MaryJanice Davidson was born in August 1969. She writes primarily paranormal romance, but she has also written young adult literature and non-fiction. She is the author of the Undead series, the Jennifer Scales series, and the Fred the Mermaid series. She won the 2004 Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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