Betsy Taylor, the Queen of the vampires,
is getting married to her wonderful Eric Sinclair. But all is
not coming up roses.
There’s the issue of the dress, since
white doesn’t exactly suit a vampire’s coloring, her best
friend is battling cancer and Sinclair is less than thrilled
about helping with the wedding plans.
And then, things go really bad. Betsy’s
father and stepmother are killed in an accident, Sinclair
disappears, as do several of her friends, and Betsy is left to
plan the wedding by herself, and wonder where everyone is.
Add in some visiting werewolves who are looking for a missing
pack member and you’ve got a wedding that is to die for.
Despite the turmoil in the book,
Undead and Uneasy was an interesting and entertaining
read. I’ve always liked Betsy and the way she deals with
things. This volume of the series allows her to grow and
shows that, while she’s a relatively young vampire, she’s the
queen, and not to be messed with.
Lovers of the Undead series will enjoy
this latest installment as much as I did. Seeing Betsy come
to grips with things was enlightening and entertaining. My
only complaint would be that the yummy Sinclair wasn’t around
enough. Undead and Uneasy is a great addition to
the Betsy series.