UNDEAD AND UNWED
Waking up undead is a very disconcerting experience for Elizabeth "Betsy" Taylor. She's especially confused by her new vampire status, since she died in a car accident. But Betsy's first order of business is having it out with her stepmother, who dared to bury her in a horrible pink outfit and tacky shoes.
Betsy, it turns out, is a most unusual vampire: She can walk in sunlight and is impervious to crosses and church. Plus, she can control her hankering for blood. When she is snatched by other vampires and brought before Nostro, a disgusting old vampire who demands Betsy bow down before him, she laughs in his face.
Drop-dead-sexy Eric Sinclair watches this defiant act, and his arrogance, Betsy soon determines, is enough to set her pointed teeth on edge. As if life couldn't get any worse, she just might be the prophesied vampire Queen!
A hilarious and offbeat new voice in vampire print fiction— this book was previously released in a shorter, e-format story— Davidson debuts with a bang. Her hip humor and ironic wit make this tale comical, sexy and a real hoot. Definitely an author to watch! (Mar., 288 pp., $5.99)