REVIEW: Undead and Uneasy (Undead #6) by Mary Janice Davidson

Undead & UneasyRating: 4 out of 5 stars, Genre: Humor/ Vampires, Pages: 288, Level: Easy

Book Description:

Weddings are never easy. But when you’re Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor, they can become downright deadly…

In the days leading up to The Big Day, Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor seems to have a full house – and the wedding guests have yet to arrive. Along with her human buddies, there’s a ghost, a werewolf, and a Fiend crashing at her place. And though her fiancé, Vampire King Eric Sinclair, conveniently disappears when the conversation turns to seating charts and flower arrangements, he does manage to make his oh-so-sexy presence known at other moments.

Betsy knows the next few weeks won’t be smooth sailing – but she never expects just what’s in store for her. Cold feet are no surprise, especially with an undead groom. But when Sinclair truly goes missing – and not just to avoid wedding preparations – along with most of her friends and loved ones, Betsy is frantic. Alone and afraid for the fate of everyone she loves, Betsy can’t trust anyone as she tries to find them and whoever is behind all the disappearances. And what happens next will shake the foundation of the vampire world forever.

The summary is probably going to be longer than my review.

I feel like such a slacker when I review these books. Honestly people, there’s not a lot to say about the Undead series. It’s a vampire beach read, or popcorn book as someone else called this type of ‘entertainment value only’ book. Really, it’s a ‘no intelligence required’ book.

Just as with its predecessors, Uneasy has the same quirky and funny characters. And again, there is a central problem Betsy has to resolve amidst other secondary and never-ending problems that seem to constantly arise.

And that’s about it. It may get old after a while so maybe read something else in between each Undead book or listen to the audio, which is what I did. I like the narrator and since there are no deeper, philosophical issues, I can listen to it while I workout or cook and not have to worry about not paying close enough attention or scrambling for something on which to take notes. Easy peasy.

As always, a warning- there is a lot of cussing and the sex is graphic. If you have kids, listening on speakers… probably not a good idea.

Happy tax day. Not.

Reviewed by Christina
April 15, 2014

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