“Another crisis arises and was solved with minimal help from Betsy but instead they get lots of winening from her. Zombie died after being ignored by Betsy after being inform by Garrett and Cathe a number of times.”see full review » see other reviews »
“The 5th book in the Queen Betsy series. Betsy is doing all the work planning her wedding with zero help from her fiance, Sinclair. It's only a few months away and horrors! She doesn't even have her dress yet! Her birthday is any day now and while she has protested that she doesn't want a party or presents, she is secretly hoping that no one listens to her (they never do anyway) and plans something wonderful. Nothing is ever that simple in her life tho and now the European vampires have finally sent over a delegation but everything goes crazy when it turns out one of their members was responsible for killing and turning one of Betsy's friends years ago. Add in a zombie in the attic and the Ant constantly leaving BabyJon with Betsy and it's non-stop craziness for the Queen.
I'm glad I took a break because I was able to just enjoy the book without completely wanting to strangle Betsy most of the time. Admittedly, she does seem to do some growing up a bit in this one and may finally be starting to grow into her role as Queen of the Vampires. Definitely a bubblegum book but a nice break from all the school stuff I'm having to read right now.
“Betsy's 31st birthday is approaching and she's decided to give up blood. Add to this a group of vampires coming to test her and Sinklair and their resolve to keep power in the area. She's also protesting that she doesn't want a party (yeah right) finding out what's wrong with her friend and keep her mother from driving her insane.
She's still an incredible ditz and I have issues with her sometimes. Not a series I'd rush to buy but I enjoy delving in occasionally.”
“Another crisis arises and was solved with minimal help from Betsy but instead they get lots of winening from her. Zombie died after being ignored by Betsy after being inform by Garrett and Cathe a number of times.”NosFeraTu wrote this review Wednesday, June 13, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“005”Billy Landon wrote this review Monday, November 14, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Light and fun. A good book in the series.”Jenn C wrote this review Thursday, November 3, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This New York Times bestselling author's Undead series is more popular than ever! With her birthday coming up, Betsy isn't in the best frame of mind to face the powerful European vampires who have finally come to pay their respects. Playing politics is not her strong suit, especially when she finds out her best friend Jessica may have a life-threatening illness. Sure Betsy can save her life by taking it-isn't that what friends are for?-but the choice isn't in her hands. With her fiancé Eric dodging all the wedding plans, Betsy's plate is full-and not with birthday cake. But who has time to pout? Not even a reluctant vampire queen, who is taking it one high-heeled step at a time in MaryJanice Davidson's creative, sophisticated, sexy, and wonderfully witty series.
“Queen Betsy is perfect and full of humor. She is just what I need when I am stressed and on my way home from a long day. She makes so many mistakes it hilarious I can't get enough. I read every book in the series and can't wait for the next. ”Ali G wrote this review Sunday, May 8, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I just love Queen Betsys life! this book had to do more with the vampire affairs than the queens shoe fetish! I'm happy about her relationship with sinclair is going well but just dont understand why she dont let go of alot of her "human" charactistic.
I enjoyed the spanish vampire and the zombie in the attic! ”
“book and pdf ”Jolene F wrote this review Wednesday, March 9, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No