Friday, 14 September 2012
Undead and Unemployed by MaryJanice Davidson
Series: Undead Series (2)
Kindle Edition, August 4 2004, 272 pages
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I'm ashamed to admit I am subconsciously falling in love with this series. I do tend to have a soft spot for vampire books but this is the type of book you'd never admit to liking. But here I am admitting it to the world. Yes I'm awful, someone come and slap me silly. I deserve it. I can't help it, its turning into my guilty pleasure. As with the first book this is a nice easy short story about Betsy coming to terms with being heralded as the new queen of the vamps. And she's not too pleased with it. I'm still enjoying her snarky comments. My one annoyance with this book is I just don't see the appeal of Sinclair. I don't think he's being portrayed to the best of his abilities. He still seems like a creepy little vampire to me but hey maybe I just can't forgive him for threatening to burn Betsy's shoes in the first book. Again I can see how this book wouldn't be for some of the hardcore young adult fans but once again its a nice little break from goody little two shoes vampires.