Undead and Unsure

It s no surprise to Betsy that her trip to Hell with her sister Laura landed them in hot water Betsy isn t exactly sorry she killed the Devil but it s put Laura in a damnable position assuming the role of Satan she may not have the training but she looks great in red and in charge of billions of souls as she moves up in the world Or is that down But Betsy herself is iIt s no surprise to Betsy that her trip to Hell with her sister Laura landed them in hot water Betsy isn t exactly sorry she killed the Devil but it s put Laura in a damnable position assuming the role of Satan she may not have the training but she looks great in red and in charge of billions of souls as she moves up in the world Or is that down But Betsy herself is in an odd new position as well that of being a responsible monarch suddenly in charge of all things earth bound like her vampire husband Sinclair who has gone from relieved to ecstatic to downright reckless now that he can tolerate sunlight And if Sinclair isn t enough to contend with, Betsy s best friend Jessica is in her sixth and hopefully last trimester Considering she s been pregnant for eighteen months, she s become a veritable encyclopedia of what not to expect when you re expecting Oh, the horror And speaking of growing pains, Betsy and Sinclair s adopted little BabyJon is finally starting to walk And if the increasingly unpredictable toddler is anything like his extended family, precisely where he s headed is anyone s guess.
Undead and Unsure It s no surprise to Betsy that her trip to Hell with her sister Laura landed them in hot water Betsy isn t exactly sorry she killed the Devil but it s put Laura in a damnable position assuming the rol

  • Title: Undead and Unsure
  • Author: MaryJanice Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780425263433
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Undead series Undead is a paranormal romance book series that is written by MaryJanice Davidson and published through Berkley Books.The series was first launched in with the publication of Undead and Unwed, and as of there are fourteen books in the series.Davidson attributes the popularity of the series to the absurdism, tone, and believability of the characters. MaryJanice Davidson MaryJanice Davidson born August is an American author who writes mostly paranormal romance, but also young adult literature and non fiction.She is the creator of the popular Undead series She is both a New York Times and USA Today bestseller She won a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award and was nominated for the same award in MaryJanice Davidson MaryJanice Davidson .August ist eine US amerikanische Autorin, die vor allem paranormale Romanzen schreibt Bekannt wurde sie in erster Linie mit ihren beiden Serien Wyndham und Undead.Sie steht auf der The New York Times und der USA Today Bestsellerliste.Sie schreibt auch normale Romanzen und Jugendbcher und lebt mit ihrer Familie in Minnesota Guide to Mercenary PvP Mode Guides Wowhead Guide to the mechanics of mercenary mode, including the racial conversions between the Alliance and Horde factions. Scarlet Halls Zone World of Warcraft wowhead Comment by MABGamer I m quite interested that most if not all the Not so undead characters seem to have a European accent, and a Russian like feel to the area. Gallowwalkers Rotten Tomatoes A cursed gunman Snipes whose victims come back from the dead recruits a young warrior to help in the fight against a gang of zombies. Jurassic House The Loud House Encyclopedia FANDOM Lincoln and Clyde get tired of playing the same old video games so Lisa creates a new video game for them When you turn the game on, you get warped in and they play All Movies Ad Free and Uncut SHUDDER Army of Darkness svg play Chainsaw handed hero, Ash, is time warped to the Dark Ages, where he battles an army of the undead Blood Raid The Council of Nine Quests EverQuest ZAM Everquest Quest Information for Blood Raid The Council of Nine Light WoWWiki FANDOM powered by Wikia The Holy Light How Undead Struggle To Use It Warcraft Lore The Light is a mysterious and benevolent force in the universe Light and Shadow are the most fundamental forces in existence They are bound together on a cosmic scale, although contradictory by their very nature.

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    1. This was one of the more painful books I’ve read in a long while. It rambled, it was pointless, it made no sense. Sinclair was such a pale imitation of his former self. He always reminded me of Roark; now he’s just a goofy, somewhat neutered Queen’s consort, not the big, bad incredibly sexy vampire he used to be. I ended up putting this down to skim through Undead and Unwed before I even finished this – I loved that book, a 5* top 10 favorite PNR book for me. Betsy was snarky and ridicul [...]

    2. Okay, but I think it is past time to wrap this series up. One that I used to love so much. All I could keep thinking was what is the STORY here? I'm bored with Betsy being selfish, and everyone reminding her she is selfish, and she acknowledges that she is selfish. BORED. I was glad to see the change in book 9, and looked forward to what was to come. And what was up with Eric turning intoa puss? Did not like it at all.The final straw? You get "the point" of the book, which was tiring to read, a [...]

    3. I'm not sure if I'll continue on with this series. I remember liking it so much in the beginning, but Betsy has not grown or matured at all - if anything, she's growing worse. We don't really see her in the Queen of the Undead role (the only other vampires around are Sinclair and Tina). Her incessant blathering is incredibly disjointed and annoying at times. I didn't like how the chapters started shifting narrators about halfway through with no indication it was going to do so - it sometimes too [...]

    4. I've been hanging on with you MJD but this has got to stop. It's time to wrap up this series. This book wasn't really about anything. It's Betsy bitching for nearly 300 pages and while it's exciting that we are getting some chapters from Sinclair's POV it turns out, he's not nearly as brooding or as interesting as he appeared to be.Yes, I am curious to see if this Betsy turns into Ancient Betsy (and part of me really hopes she does because at least she has her shit together!) but it's just dragg [...]

    5. Well, it's better than the last. After some time away, I see the beauty in the madness. The book may be written to be stupid, but that's the key. The author writes with intent to be funny using stupidity as it's humor. Unlike RP, the world building isn't half through together, there is purpose in its madness. And now I've come to appreciate it. Maybe this author lost her way a few books ago, she's found it again. I have hopes for the next few books to continue. Fingers crossed. Though I'm not go [...]

    6. This used to be a GREAT series! Not so much anymore!! I think I'm done with it. This book was very disjointed and hard to follow (and I've read them all). If I could reach into the book and smack Betsy, I would. She's a selfish, air-headed, ditz. Sinclair has lost his mojo. There really was no action in the story at all. It didn't even have any funny moments like the first several books did. Most of all, I disliked the author inserting HER political and moral leanings into the story. In one para [...]

    7. 2.5 starsFor the entire first half of the book, I truly wondered if ANYTHING was going to actually happen in the story or if it was all going to be filler. I was halfway through the book and nothing had actually happened. Just the same old rehashing of past events in a rapid-fire, confusing nonsensical vomit of words as always. (Seriously, tone down the vapidness of Betsy's inner monologues a little! It's nearly impossible to keep up with!)Through the second half, you do get some actual progress [...]

    8. Since 2010, these books have been a time-travelling/parallel universe arc of the undead series. As our heroine experiences more tragedy and personal growth, she loses some of her perkiness that endeared her to us. Though her husband's new found freedom makes up for that.A lot of questions get answered, only to be replaced by some new ones. At times it was hard to follow the dialogue because so much was being said and I had to really concentrate. I was wanting to finish it as soon as I could to s [...]

    9. Undead and Unsure is book twelve in the Undead/Betsy Series by MaryJanice Davidson. I'm sorry to say this, but I didn't enjoy it. Betsy is a self-centered, shoe-a-holic, who I've loved in previous books. In this book, Betsy was far more scatterbrained and I could only tolerate a couple chapters at a time. The other downfall of this book was the plotere wasn't one. Nothing happened. It was all "I'm Betsy, let me recap" and "I'm Betsy, my sister's mad but shouldn't be". It was annoying. The only r [...]

    10. It wasn't terrible, it was just more of the same. Betsy was just really passive, watching and listening and babbling a lot but not actually doing anything. She sure didn't act like the queen of anything. At least we got some answers to what's been going on for the last bunch of books and what might be a new direction of sorts at the end. I just don't think I'm going to enjoy the new direction that much. I liked seeing Betsy dealing with people and showing her growth and maturity. We'll see how i [...]

    11. If you are looking for a serious, in depth read, this book is not for you. I am hooked on this series due to the pure hilarity of them (at least with my sense of humor). I laugh, and always come out a little bit happier than when I started. All the characters have weird twists, and everything that happens in the series happen in ways that other sci/fi vampire, mythical "monster" books, do.If you're accustomed to the typical bite, drain, drink, instant vampire. Or born a were wolf or bitten or sc [...]

    12. This is the last Betsy Taylor book I will read, and I'm sad about that. This used to be a funny, quirky series that had me laughing out loud. Since the time travel started this series hasn't been the same. Such a shame, when I know Ms. Davidson can really write.

    13. I used to adore these books. Then they got very weak for a while, but have taken a few interesting plot turns over the past few books.I'm just hitting a "meh" point with them. Betsy's stream of consciousness pop-culture referencing ditziness is wearing thin.

    14. This one was definitely a step in the right direction. There were still ridiculous parts that made no sense; Like the suggestion that BabyJon spends more time with Betsy than with her mother. I'd have to go back and reread to prove it and there isn't a stone throw's chance in Hell of that happening, but I don't think BabyJon has even stayed with them since Betsy switched the timelines. But anyway, besides a few parts that seemed less than consistent, it wasn't intolerable to read. The ending lef [...]

    15. This is the first book in a very long time I very nearly DNF. It was put down, other books read and then picked back up (due to a stubborn streak).Betsy has always been a shallow, vapid, ditzy, superficial character. From the outset. Which I enjoyed as a "popcorn read" (like popcorn movies where you forget what you just indulged in as soon as you walked out of cinema/put down book).But this book, as has been said in quite a few reviews before me, have pointed out that as a reader one starts wond [...]

    16. "For once, stop your eternal babbling and engage your brain!"The above is something that I have been wanting to say to Betsy sinceWell, book one.Her constant complaining, foot stomping and general bratty attitude has been grating on the nerves for quite sometime and yet, I am compelled to read on with each new title just to see what has been going on in vampire land.The rating of 2 stars all go to Sinclair who let's face it, is way too good for Betsy and saves most of the books from crashing and [...]

    17. Finally finished Undead and Unsure by MaryJanice Davidson★.I'd give it less if I could! Horrible horrible. Scattered vague plottually not really a plot but more of a day in the life of an idiot that is Queen Betsy. Add in an author's rant about backyard chicken raising and beekeeping, insulting the entire Mormon religion and flipping around at the end to include bible scriptures in a book that neeeeeeeever should have them and you've got one irritated Christina! Not to mention she took a brood [...]

    18. I expected more from this book than I got. It seemed very filler. Much of the story centered around Jessica's endless (not figuratively) pregnancy. No one seems to know or care when she is due, including Jessica. Sinclair is still head over heels with his newly reacquired sunlight and his puppies. Betsy is focused on getting her sister to forgive her for killing her mother, Satan. It turns out Laura has her own agenda. Maybe she is more like her mother than anyone thought? The problem with this [...]

    19. This used to be one of my favorite series. It used to be funny and had me laughing out loud throughout the entire books until the time travel/devil spawn half sister part began. I've kept reading the series in the hopes of getting the old Betsy from the first few books back but no such luck. This book was an endless babble about nothing, Sinclair lost his mojo and there was no action or funny moments. Only part that saved this book was the epilogue. I'm not sure if I'll continue on with this ser [...]

    20. I really enjoyed this book. I know a lot of the reviews I read said that it was not good until the middle, etc but I enjoyed it all the way through. It might have been a "bridge" book to move in to another story line, but that's fine with me. I enjoyed that Betsy didn't have too much craziness. **SPOILER** I also appreciate that she saw Jessica's parents. And, The Ant was actually a little helpful. I liked hearing Eric's voice in his chapters. He seems a lot more "human" after this book. Like I [...]

    21. I love love love these books! These useless fluff books that make me smile, laugh very loudly and in front of strangers no matter where I'm at and have to wipe the tears from eyes after I'm done laughing so hard. I can't get enough of these! Gonna have to check out the other books the author has written outside of the Besty seriesoh and btwxt book should have Momma Dr Elise TAYLOR working stealth like with king Sink-LAIR to stuck it to Laura aka Antichrist

    22. Excellent, as always. Some questions were answered. Sinclair is back. The ending raised my eyebrows. I see a come-uppance on the way for a certain beautiful young blonde. And the house is now chock full of babies and puppies! I love this series. Thanks, MaryJanice. If you ever make it to Halifax, Nova Scotia, know that you will be very welcome to visit. Or stay. You could move here. It's really nice.

    23. This was the most difficult, dumb, painful, pointless and empty book I've read in a long time. Where was the story?Where was Sinclair? And Betsy I was so fed up with her being selfish, and everyone reminding her she is selfish and Betsy acknowledging that she is selfish. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! I can't do this anymore.Guess I have to wrap this series up. A big waste of my time!

    24. I was a little disappointed. First part of the book was kind of rambling. She pulled it together about half way through and the finish was great but if I had gotten discouraged before that I would have missed the big ending.

    25. I used to love this series. Betsy was hilarious, but this book left me not wanting to finish the series. Nothing happened, it was just random babble for the entire book.

    26. Practically unreadable. I normally enjoy these books, but this was just too much. Too little plot, too many attempts at humor. I skimmed the last half.

    27. Great readI love all the Betsy books. they are fun to read and I find myself laughing out loud. can't wait for the next one

    28. This one is actually slightly better than two starsd yet doesn't earn three. It's on the cusp between a C+ and a B-, but closer to the C+.

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