UNDEAD AND UNEASY
Davidson -- and her full-throated humor -- is in
top form in this highly anticipated book. Betsy's wacky saga reaches a pinnacle as she's forced by Machiavellian circumstances to stand alone and fight for all that she loves. Although this books has a slightly more serious tone, that doesn't stop the quips or the belly laughs from appearing regularly. When it comes to outlandish humor, Davidson reigns supreme!
With her admittedly unusual wedding only days away, Betsy, Queen
of the Vampires, is not happy. Things
are getting really weird, and considering Betsy's life, that's saying something.
At first she doesn't comprehend what's happening, but when she realizes
her fiance, Sinclair, and her friends
and family have suddenly gone AWOL, Betsy gets angry and frightened. The arrival of a werewolf pack complicates matters, but it forces Betsy to start doing some investigating -- it looks like foiling this diabolical scheme is going to be strictly up to her. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jun., 288 pp., $23.95)