Undead and Unwed by Mary Janice Davidson


This was an extremely funny story, unlike any vampire book I've ever read! It starts out with Betsy, short for Elizabeth, telling the readers about the worst day of her life. “The day I died started out bad and got worse in a hurry.” It’s her birthday, she gets fired from her job, her cat runs away, a freak snowstorm in April cancels her birthday party, and she gets hit by a car and killed. The problem is that she just can’t stay dead!

Betsy is so unlike ANY other vampire I've ever read about! Picture the main character of legally blond, add a good portion of that annoying 7 year old that enjoys bugging everyone, (example: Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?) and you get Betsy. She's so annoying, and ditzy that you just have to laugh at the things that she says and does. Plus her mind takes her off on these tangents that have nothing to do with the situation at hand, and they happen at the most inconvenient times. Sometimes it's like you just want to slap her and say, "Hey! ADD girl, focus! Someone is trying to hurt you; it's not the right time to be thinking about your shoes!" Throughout the entire series, I’m constantly wondering what else can possibly happen to this girl.

Anyways, I thought that the book was extremely funny! Of course, part of that might have been that I was listening to it on audio book, and the actor played the part of a spoiled, ditzy blond perfectly! If you are looking for a good laugh, read these books!

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