MaryJanice Davidson is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. Her Undead books are extremely popular paranormal romances.
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"Bubbly fun for fans of the series." (Booklist)
I do like kick butt chick vampire slayers
Yes, but not a hard core Paranormal fan.This is a very tounge in cheek view of vampire stories
I find all of this series to be a little disappointing in the last chapter. Feel like it is all rushed and the story line becomes diluted
A totally different experience, she is the character for me. Love listening to her voice
Laugh out loud sometimes
The series started off hilarious, but lost its way a little
I'm still trying to figure out what happened with this book. The narrator (all though the same person) read this book at a snails pass and paused for what seemed like 30 seconds at the end of each statement. I also felt like I was missing information in this book...Like who is this werewolf chick and when did the fiend become super normal. I've listen to the other four unabridged books and still can't find any mention of this women...This book makes me not want to listen to the other four books...
I love books that run in series, ie. Sookie Stackhouse, Nice Girls Don's,.., etc, but this author writes books that are read in 5 hours and charges more than any other series. This is the reason I stopped listening to her books. She hasn't got near the talent of Charlaine Harris or Molly Harper. I rated the performance high because I like the narrator, and I gae the story and overall 2 because, the story line is good escapism, but, I don't like being taken advantage of or having the characters held hostage by the author.
A plot with some depth and humor.
Anything but Mayjanice....I'm all done with the Queen.
Loved Nancy's voice, only redeeming quality.
I wouldn't cut anyone, I would just develop them and give them a little more depth this far in.
Bailing on the series....don't hail the queen.
Some of these books have hiarious quips and scenarios. However, the "F" word is used so much, it's like fingernails down a chalkboard to me. Note Sookie from the Southern Vampire Series. Both heroines have the "I'm young, I'm maturing, yet my situations are really about me and how I feel" about them. Still, from book to book, Sookie learns and matures. I'm not really seeing this in Queen Betsy, therefore the personality of Betsy stays stuck book to book.
I have almost completed the entire series and because I just keep starting the next one, my reviews are getting behind. The banter is funny and Betsy is so self-centered that you can't help but love her. The narrator is excellent and keeps the book alive.
Be sure you read the books in order, or you could get lost on the references.
What a fun and humorous read!
Sci-fi, detective, cozy. Only give 5s to those books I think stand above the rest. 4 is a good solid book. 3 is average, nothing special.
Pretty much like the earlier books, a continuation of Betsy's life. Just a fun read.
The book reads like your hearing it over a fence. It's good gossip, but you didn't hear it from me! The leading lady wants to sell shoes and be herself, the author keeps throwing a crown on her head. What's a girl to do?
I would recommend this if you want to put your brain in neutral and enjoy a trashy novel.
Nancy has three voices really, and you hear them from different characters but she really gets the leading character and she is fun to listen to.
There are too many follow up books.
I'm done with this series, but it was a fun ride.
So much time was spent recapping what already happened in the previous 4 books, that there was essentially no plat whatsoever. Not to mention that for people like me who have already read previous books in the series, it was ridiculously repetitive.
The previous books were cute and fun, but unfortunately, this one knocked me off the fan list. I don't think I'll be continuing this series.
In my opinion, a good story evokes emotion. It'll make me laugh, angry, or cry. But it can't just be words on a page. It has to do something
This one while funny, was not quite as good. And what's up with the books . . . are they getting shorter?
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