Undead And Unworthy : Number 7 in series, Paperback Book

Undead And Unworthy : Number 7 in series Paperback

Part of the Undead/Queen Betsy series

3 out of 5 (1 rating)


Having recently lost her dad and stepmother, Betsy Sinclair (nee Taylor) is adjusting to rather more than just married life.

Their untimely deaths have left her and Eric as sole guardians of her little brother, Jon.

Two vampire parents - albeit vampire royalty - for a decidedly human baby.

Still, Betsy is more than up for the challenge. If only everyone would stop being so nervous around her, given her sudden recent burst of power.

Betsy most emphatically Does Not Want To Discuss It, and for the moment, everyone is following her lead. But then the ghost of Betsy's stepmother turns up at their house. And as stubborn and insufferable as she was in life, she's even more annoying in death - especially as she regards her demise as all Betsy's fault!


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
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  • Category: Romance
  • ISBN: 9780749909413

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Now that she was married to Eric Sinclair, Queen Betsy expected things to get easier. Discovering that multiple people still wanted her dead (more specifically gone), but she was still surprised by it. To find out that the fiends that she had done her best to take care of were “awake” and blamed her of all people for the situation they found themselves in. With help like her husbands, the King, and her house full of friends, Betsy can still discover new things about her self and her new existence. Book 7 ….. Why do I keep reading these? Ok, this one was not the worst by any means but it was still so difficult to like Betsy (didn‘t really). She is ever the materialistic, self-absorbed, silly twit that I have seen in the other books. The comedy is mostly one liners, the plot is shallow, the characters are transparent and the ending is quite predictable. It is a short read (a plus I guess), a quick distraction and every once in a while it is mildly funny in that clumsy humor sort of way.

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