REVIEW: Undead and Unreturnable (Undead #4) by Mary Janice Davidson

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars, Genre: Humor/ Vampires, Pages: 250, Level: Easy

Book Description from Goodreads:

As if she needed yet another reason to shop, Queen of the Vampires Betsy Taylor is in the middle of planning the perfect wedding to drop-dead gorgeous vamp Eric Sinclair. And she’s not about to let little things like death and blood-drinking get in her way.

But all is not bouquets and bridal showers- Betsy is plagued by ghosts who demand her help in rectifying their past mistakes, and a serial killer is on the loose. With his victims all being tall, blond women, Betsy fits the profile exactly…

As I have said previously, there’s really not a whole lot to say about this chapter that has not been said in my reviews of its predecessors. Undead and Unreturnable is the fourth in Davidson’s Undead series that stars Betsy, an airheaded, shoe addict as the queen vampire, her incredibly gorgeous consort, Sinclair, and an entertaining supporting cast.

Unreturnable is humorous because in addition to everything else, the reader finds Betsy making wedding plans and babysitting for her new sibling. Betsy’s ditsy sass is still there, which I always find amusing. And finally it looks like Jessica is going to get some. Go Jessica.

Anyway, as always, the Undead series is pure candy for the bibliophile- no intelligence required. And this is not a put down in any way; after all, I gave the book 4 stars. Every once in a while you just want a fun, entertaining book. This is it. Plus a dab of mommy porn every once in a while. What’s not to like?

Again as previously mentioned, if you are a fan of audiobooks, the first four Undead books are a fun addition to your audio library. The narrator is perfect at capturing Betsy’s personality. I listen to the Betsy books whenever I can- cooking, cleaning, driving, working out… I even considered attempting to listen while showering, but I don’t think the volume on my phone is loud enough. Too bad. Just make sure there are no kids around if you are not using earphones. These books are definitely not appropriate for the kiddies.

Reviewed by Christina
January 21, 2014

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