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    Perhaps part of a complicated cleaning solution with invisible ammonia, it was designed to bring out the shine. Betsy and friends live in a mansion.

    You would think all would be well for Betsy but she finds out that her step-mother is pregnant, and whats worse, this isn't her first step-brother or sister!

    More prophecies from "The Book of the Dead" mark her sibling as a child of Satan. We learn about Laura, the first child of her father and the Ant. Enjoyable book, Betsy is growing up a little.

    Mass Market Paperback Verified download. What I loved: This book still had the Betsy humor that I love! Though Tina is still my favorite character in the series because she is just so, for lack of a better word, Tina!

    What I liked: I liked learning more about Betsy's role as queen and how she tries to incorporate all her responsibilities with her life. It really makes her more human in a lot of ways. This book was not as good as the first 2. I really didn't like the whole section after she read the Book of the Dead.

    The book got back to being good after a few chapters but it just distracted from the book for me. Audible Review: I listened to this on audio book and the narrator was fantastic. She nailed Betsy and Tina to a tee. I can't wait to listen to the rest of them: Why it got a 3: This book was still a fun, light read that I would recommend to anyone who has read the first few in the series.

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    Who I would recommend it to: PNR readers that like a fun, light read that makes you giggle outloud! Author Website: Hardcover Verified download. I picked up the Betsy Taylor series on a whim at my local bookstore, and I adored the first two. The second book wasn't quite up to the par with the first, but they were completely hilarious and fun. The third book is still rather funny, but it is disappointing.

    In it, Betsy discovers that she has a half-sister, who happens to be the daughter of the devil all while dealing with the Book of the Dead and her evil pregnant stepmother. Things get a little complicated with Sinclair, and she's having some trouble with her newly acquired night club Scratch. And that's about it. No, seriously, that's it. There isn't any kind of driving force behind the plot; it just kind of ambles along.

    I think with the other books there was a defined plot, and this one is just lacking it. I have to agree with other reviewers who have called this a "filler" book between publishing dates because that is certainly how it appears. Don't get me wrong And, you get the impression while reading the book that you're really not going anywhere. Overall, I recommend it because it's an okay book, but I just hope the next one will be better.

    This series is about Betsy Taylor, a young woman who knows more about good shoes that anyone else. Unfortunately, in the first book, she dies suddenly, but quickly returns as queen of the vampires.

    As she rises, she is filled with rage as she realizes her stepmother has planned to bury her in cheap shoes. The story goes from there. It is very, very funny in places though a bit raunchy, unfortunately, also. In the second book, we find Betsy looking for a job and going to work in a shoe department in a nice store.

    In this book, we find her tracking down a long lost sister who may be a threat to the entire world. Well, it is a lot weaker in plot than the others, but still has a certain charm. While I did not care for it so much, I will certainly read the next one. One person found this helpful. Well, it wasn't as good as the first two - entertaining but disappointing, and I didn't think it was worth the hardcover download - better off to wait for the paperback unless one is a die-hard fan.

    Just for the sake of completeness, I'll probably download the next installment due out in October, but I will definitely wait for the paperback.

    The plot was rather weak and did not make a great deal of sense, and Betsy was ditzier than usual. I won't spoil the plot for those who haven't read it; it kinda copped-out to a harlequin-type romance, though, towards the finish and I was left at the end of the day staring into the distance with what I am sure was a puzzled look on my face saying 'what? I could not get into this. I read the first book and enjoyed it, but I couldn't get past the first chapter of this one.

    It was just too silly and maybe I was not in the mood for silly. From the little I read, our heroine was stalking people at AA mtgs for their blood. Presumably her type of vampire cocktail in a human wrapper. MJD's novels are always a delight. Even her acknowledgements are funny as she points out in this novel that the book would not have been possible without the author and of course Godiva chocolates!

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    The Undead series centers around Betsy, the unwitting Queen of the Vampires, and her adventures with her consort, Sinclair. In this book, Betsy discovers she has a half-sister, Laura. Of course, Laura is the daughter of the devil and is anyone surprised that Betsy's stepmother was possessed by the devil?

    Meanwhile, Betsy manages to temporarily alienate her friends when she reads the Book of the Dead.

    This is a light and humorous novel that made me laugh out loud. I enjoy this series of books. They're funny, quirky, and I generally get a kick out of them. I liked this one, too, but it really felt much more like an installment than a whole book. If it were in paperback, that would have been OK.

    To pay for hardcover, however, it was a huge disappointment. This book really just felt like a set-up for the next part of the series. Again, that's OK - it was still funny - but there was little in the way of climax or plot. I wouldn't have minded this NEAR as much had it been in paperback. My advice - you'll want to read it if you're into the series - but it's worth the wait for the paperback. Ah, well. Gee, can you tell I'm sorry I paid for hardcover???

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