Undead and UnpopularMaryJanice Davidson
fantasy > urban fantasy, romance > paranormal romance
"I tapped my pencil on the pad, trying to come up with a plan to tell my fiance, Eric Sinclair, that I had decided to completely give up the blood-drinking thing. I figured being the vampire queen had a few advantages – as it was, every vampire I'd ever known had to drink every day, even Eric. But I could go up to a week without so much as a drop of O-neg. So, in honor of my birthday, and being in this job for a year, I figured I'd give it up completely. I would be in a blood-free zone!"
Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor already has plenty on her plate. For one thing, next week is her birthday – the big 3-1 in human years, and one in undead years. (Yes, she bit the dust on her birthday last year.) On top of that, she still has wedding plans to finalize – and it's not helping that the prospective groom is avoiding anything to do with it. And then there's her decision to stop drinking blood – something she has yet to share with Eric Sinclair, her fiance – who also happens to be the vampire king...
So the last thing she wants to deal with is uninvited guests, even if they happen to be the powerful European vampires who have finally come to pay their respects the week before her birthday. Some of them don't want Betsy as their queen and will do anything to get ride of her. As if turning thirty last year (not to mention dying) hadn't been traumatic enough. And trying to give up blood is making her really cranky... But who has time to sulk? Well, Betsy does.
MaryJanice Davidson (born August 1969) is an American author. She is the creator of the popular Undead series. She is both a New York Times and USA Today bestseller. Davidson lives in Minnesota with her husband and two children. She won a 2004 Romantic TimesReviewers' Choice Award and was nominated for the same award in 2005.
Queen Betsy / The Undead Series :: Series
Elizabeth \"Betsy\" Taylor turns thirty in the most unfortunate manner possible: she is laid off from work and then run down by an SUV. Waking up in the morgue fails to improve her mood, and when she discovers she can\'t kill herself, she gets downright stroppy. Being proclaimed \"Queen of the Vampires\" by the obnoxious Eric Sinclair, who places himself first in line to be her consort, proves to be the last straw.
Belongs to the series Queen Betsy and the Wyndham Werewolf Universe