From Audible: New York Times best-selling author Mary Janice Davidson has made listeners jump from their seats with her thrilling tales and roll on the floor with her biting humor. Her Undead books, starring sassy, fashion-conscious vampire queen Betsy Taylor, are a unique treat worth sinking your fangs into.In between running her vampire nightclub and hunting down the perfect pair of shoes, Betsy learns her long-lost half-sister Laura is actually the spawn of Satan. Complicating matters, prophesy states that the devil’s offspring and the queen of the vampires are destined to rule the world together. Breaking the news of world domination to her newly discovered sibling might be a bit more difficult than Betsy imagined.
What I loved: This book still had the Betsy humor that I love! There was very funny moments–mostly between Betsy/Sinclair and Betsy/Jessica. Though Tina is still my favorite character in the series because she is just so, for lack of a better word, Tina!
What I liked: I liked learning more about Betsy’s role as queen and how she tries to incorporate all her responsibilities with her life. It really makes her more human in a lot of ways.
Complaints: This book was not as good as the first 2. I really didn’t like the whole section after she read the Book of the Dead. The book got back to being good after a few chapters but it just distracted from the book for me.
Audible Review: I listened to this on audio book and the narrator was fantastic. She nailed Betsy and Tina to a tee. I can’t wait to listen to the rest of them 🙂
Why it got a 3: This book was still a fun, light read that I would recommend to anyone who has read the first few in the series.
Who I would recommend it to: PNR readers that like a fun, light read that makes you giggle outloud!
Author Website: http://www.maryjanicedavidson.net/
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