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Undead and Unemployed: Queen Betsy, Book 2 | [MaryJanice Davidson]

Undead and Unemployed: Queen Betsy, Book 2

Betsy Taylor needs a job and amazingly lands the perfect one: selling designer shoes at Macy's. But the other vamps, including sexy Sinclair, don't want their queen selling shoes. And the vampire hunters are becoming a real pain, murdering innocent vampires. It seems that everyone wants something from Betsy.
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Publisher's Summary

Betsy needs a job and amazingly lands the perfect one: selling designer shoes at Macy's. But the other vamps, including sexy Sinclair, don't want their queen selling shoes. And the vampire hunters are becoming a real pain, murdering innocent vampires. It seems that everyone wants something from Betsy.

MaryJanice Davidson is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. Her Undead books are extremely popular paranormal romances.

Dying for more? Don't miss the other titles in the Undead series.

©2004 MaryJanice Davidson; (P)2006 Recorded Books

What the Critics Say

"Davidson's witty dialogue, fast pacing, smart plotting, laugh-out-loud humor, and sexy relationships make this a joy to read. And Betsy's second adventure, following her debut in Undead and Unwed, will have readers begging for more." (Booklist)

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    Laurie Indio, CA, United States 09-03-09
    Laurie Indio, CA, United States 09-03-09
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    "My new "lol" Undead series"

    I laughed so often and out loud that I am sure people observing me walking in this 115 degree heat think I am delirious! I live in the desert area, and turned to audio downloads to motivate me to get out and walk day and night in the intense summer heat. This is a fun series...I love the narrator and the writing is so clever, such a good pace, and just enough steam to get a few hot blushes! I am onto #3

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    Lance Portland, OR, USA 02-04-10
    Lance Portland, OR, USA 02-04-10 Member Since 2004
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    "WOW... Is this a bad book!"

    Ok, seriously... the only thing that could make the AMAZINGLY badly written characters any more annoying is the HORRIBLE narration. Don't waste the book credit.

    2 of 8 people found this review helpful
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    Skeph Atlanta, Georgia, United States 10-22-07
    Skeph Atlanta, Georgia, United States 10-22-07 Member Since 2004
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    "Total chick book"

    Now "chick book" could label many books like those you'd find in Oprah's book club like "Lovely Bones," or a classic feminine erotic piece like "Lady Chatterly's Lover," but those books are also fine works of literature. This book is just a chick book. It's your formulaic Anita Blake sort of working girl in a supernatural, yet mundane world, which could have great potential as a work of contemporary fantasy if it weren't such a bloody "chick book." I had to stop listening when she got into a ten minute description about shoe shopping. Women's fashion can be handled subtly and in an entertaining way, like in "Cassandra French's Finishing School for Boys," but this book overdid it a bit, but that's just my opinion.

    Not for dudes.

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    Teressa R. Terry Seattle, WA USA 10-07-06
    Teressa R. Terry Seattle, WA USA 10-07-06 Member Since 2005

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    "Throw disbelief off the cliff"

    I can happily suspend disbelief when it comes to the existence of vampires. I can be ok with vampires drinking chocolate milk, having babies, being immune to holy water and wooden stakes, but I draw the line at believing that a Republican would join PETA, or that a member of PETA would wear leather shoes! Seriously, it could have been a fun book if the main character weren't such a shallow, vacuous vamp, with no redeemable qualities.

    3 of 16 people found this review helpful
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