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Undead and Uneasy (Undead #6)

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3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  13,925 ratings  ·  439 reviews
The New York Times bestselling series.

With her wedding fast approaching, cold feet don't come as a surprise to Betsy Taylor-especially with an undead groom. But when her fianc? and most of her loved ones go missing, it's up to Betsy to find them-and whoever is behind the disappearances.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 25th 2008 by Jove (first published January 1st 2007)
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Jim
Another dumb, but fun, trip through Queen Betsy's life. Several things come together at the end that make it slightly better than the last couple, but this will never be a top notch series. Still, Nancy Wu does a fabulous job of turning the drivel into a pleasantly distracting narrative for my commute. On to the next!
Lisa D. Smith (Lissa Smith Reads)
The errors and typo’s have improved. The Queen Betsy Series is very funny and entertaining. A great lighthearted read that will make you smile, giggle, and laugh.
Bark's Book Nonsense
3 1/2 stars

I read the first two books in this series back in 2004. I know, that was ages ago. I loved Undead and Unwed so much I gave it an A- at All About Romance. I loved the sarcasm and the over-the-top superficial heroine and the in-your-face sensuality all of which wasn't overdone yet back then. It was a case of the right book at the right time. I was burning out on traditional romances, after having read too many in a row. I wasn't as thrilled with Undead and Unemployed though. It seemed
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Jennifer Wardrip
If you're looking for a fun read to finish before bedtime, UNDEAD AND UNEASY will do the trick. It only takes about two hours to read from first page to last, and you'll get in a few laughs along the way.

Betsy is still preparing for her wedding to Vampire King Eric Sinclair, but this time there are even more complications than usual -- Jessica is still sick with cancer, some people close to her have ended up dead, Tina has been sent to ease ruffled vampire feathers in Europe, and the King himse
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BJ Rose
OK, I'll admit it - Queen Betsy is my guilty pleasure, and I don't even have her shoe fetish!

This story has more angst than previous books, in good part because of the author's intro letter. After reading that, I was a bit apprehensive, wondering which of the main characters was going to be killed, so I reached the final pages with a combination of feeling displeasure/pleasure at what happened to whom.

Loved the werewolf pack! I'll bet we see more of them - at least we'd better!!

Shannon
I liked this book WAY better than the last one. Things were kinda lame and boring in the last book. I rarely laughed at a single moment, so I didn't have high hopes for this book. I was just praying that things would pick back up and I was pleased that this book upped the standards.

There wasn't much Sinclair in it for obvious reasons (the dude's missing), so I was suffering from a bit of Sinclair/Betsy interaction withdrawal. I felt like this book was more about Betsy as a character and how she'
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Leigh
May 26, 2008 Leigh rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: hardcore Undead series fans only (and then with reservations)
I'm hard pressed to give this two stars. I gave it two only because I am so fond of the other books in the series. I don't know what happened with this one, but it was simply awful.

Betsy is normally a fun character. On the surface, she is always self-centered, childish, and a bit ditzy. What redeems her -- normally -- is her concern for others, her sense of humor, and the fact that she is actually no dummy. In this installment of the Undead series, Betsy spends close to two-thirds of the book c
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Karen
Well I have been really enjoying this series. I love how Ms Davidson has not stayed within the old vampire stereotypes. And put her own twist in it. And the characters in this series are ones you can not help but love and enjoy their antics
Ronda
Another fun read with Betsy and her friends/family and werewolves (yes, they join us in this one)!

Jessica is ill and yet MaryJanice Davidson manages to bring in the fun side of Betsy and her caring side all in one... I was rather worried but with the unexpected 'expected' (I know I know) ending, it turns it all around!!!

Things happen that I certainly didn't expect in this book and the 'penny' dropped when Betsy works something out... and this helped me understand what I thought was going to have
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Kira Magnus
pas mal, mais l'histoire commence à tourner à rond, j'ai pas l'impression qu'on avance beaucoup dans l'histoire
Chy
Davidson says in a note to the readers that this is the last in this story arc, but once you come to the end of this, you really shouldn't have to be told that.

Eric and Betsy get on my nerves at times, being one of those couples that makes me think, "Yep, y'all deserve each other." But that's mainly because there's never any real working out of their differences, never any resolution to their fights. It's just, "Aw, you know, you just didn't perceptualize my actions correctly." (Okay, neither on
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Brekke
Hoo, boy, is there a lot happening in this book. The wedding is finally going to happen and yet everyone seems to be missing. Jessica is in the hospital with worsening cancer; The Ant and Mr. Taylor are dead from a car wreck leaving Betsy BabyJon's guardian; Dr. Taylor is busy with school and is trying to Teach Betsy a Lesson About Being an Adult; Mark has a mystery hook-up (to me one of the weakest parts of the book); Sinclair and Tina are also missing and that's where Betsy starts to realize t ...more
Christina
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
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Karen
These books lately just seem to be missing out on what I loved so much about the first couple - the spunky humor with Betsy. Trying to add in serious elements mixed in with the fun-loving Betsy just doesn't really work as well together. I did like this one better than the previous volume (but since I pretty much hated that one, that's not saying much) and I will continue reading but I wish the feel of the first book would return.
Bud
Book 6 is the new best of the series IMHO. This Book seemed so short because I reached the end so fast. When you can not wait to get back to the story, you have a winner. Never saw the villain in this one until the end. Very good read. On to book 7.
exncgal
Much better than the previous one!
Diana S
Uneasy! Yep, that's how I felt while I was reading this book. I couldn't wait till I finished it. It's not funny! I don't see the appeal and found it in many ways crude. The only thing I liked about the book was the cover. :(
Rachel Jayme
First book I read in the series. Liked it so much that I had to track down all the before and after books! I think I've read them all.
Cynthia McCloud
I really didn't have to think to breeze through this. A friend told me the brain needs some candy once in awhile. This'll rot it for sure.
Val
Besides the first book this is the best of the series so far!
Zenny Dahl
I read this book with a great deal of trepidation. Davidson had warned that there was a darker element in this book and I was terrified that one of my favorite characters was going to die. I think it would have ruined the end of the series. And let me tell you, everyone is in danger in this book so I was biting my nails until the very end. Because of that “worry” I wasn’t as amused by Betsy’s antics, but it was nice to see everyone – and I do mean everyone – in what I think is her final book (fo ...more
Lirajean
I like these Undead books. The MC is someone I'd like to hang out with. While she is uber impulsive and has a major attention deficit, She's also spontaneous and passionate and looking to enjoy life, or death, as the case may be. Whatevers!
I wish the story lines had as much life as she does. I keep thinking the author is going to get the story arc up and out of the mediocre, and she almost does it. But invariably I get to the end of the story and wonder ... what? That's it? Awwww ... Though, I k
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Theresa
We start with a prologue about a beautiful, wicked queen whose legacy ripples down through the years.

Then our beautiful Queen Betsy’s life begins to fall apart as everyone, one way or another, disappears from her life. I cried and cried.

I really felt for Betsy throughout this story. I was aggravated at how some of the characters abandoned her. I knew something was wrong when her mom and sister started acting way out of character. But we do lose several characters that we won’t miss, at all. O
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Kirsten Brown
Format: Audiobook


When I first heard the Author's Note at the beginning of the Novel- is it still technically an Novel if you listen to it?-I was a bit worried. it was a bit of foreshadowing and as the book went on it seem to point to loads of deaths. I forced myself not to look at the next books to make sure Eric didn't die-it was really hard!!

Additionally with all books I review the reviews-no spoilers please- and they weren't very positive, and I was dreading it. However, I LOVED this book. Th
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Stacey
I must say right away that I have adored all the Betsy books, even the ones that I was disappointed to find were over before they started. But this was a real letdown. There is nothing to this plot. Betsy's people disappear, she worries for a second, then she finds them. Oops, the book is all done. A couple mildly surprising life-changing things happen to Betsy in this book, but nothing that impacts this plot very much. We get a brief visit from the devil, who is gone again in a flash. Even the ...more
Patrícia Schmidt Rodrigues
Review in Portuguese from Brazil


Série de livros da Rainha Betsy começa com o livro "Vampira e Solteira" Undead and Unwed, só pelo título você já pode imaginar que tem muita comédia durante os acontecimentos do drama desse livro.

Descrição: Bem começa num dia ruim que vai de mal a pior e então como se não pudesse piorar, Betsy morre. Bem ela acorda a funerária e está apavorada, tenta cometer várias vezes suicídio de formas que, aparentemente, não funcionam, isso continua até ela se dar conta de qu
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Rina
According to MaryJanice:
"Everything in the Undead universe has been leading to this book (say it with me: poor Betsy!). Yes, there has been a method to my madness. The support group she has so carefully, if unconsciously, been building around herself, that I've been building for her, is about to disappear."


Sooo... yes, I think this is the best book of Undead so far!
And yes, I like how Betsy finally can have a little bit of suspense and real kick-ass, instead of whining all day about constant cra
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Joy
A lot of unexpected events here and true to the author's promise, you'll feel uneasy too but you will enjoy it. I trusted her words and so should you. This is her most serious Undead novel and I have to admit I got anxious but like MJD said, tragedy and conflict are part of living, or in this case, undying. I appreciate what she did in this book, without the serious problems, it wouldn't be a colorful and roller coaster ride. It just developed the characters and their relationship with each othe ...more
Cheryl Gatling
The thing to love about this book is the voice of the narrator. Betsy the Vampire Queen is an outspoken, sarcastic, foul-mouthed little hothead. She loves her friends, she loves cute shoes, and she loves being the center of attention. Whatever she said or did, it was going to come out snappy. But for me that was just about the only thing to love about the book. It mattered that this was the first undead book I had read, and it was in the middle of a series. Sometimes you can dip into the middle ...more
Debbie
As preparations continued for the wedding of the Queen of Vampires and her King, Betsy Taylor founder she was not just having to deal with all the arrangements herself, but everything. Everyone had deserted her. Some of them had good reasons even if Betsy hated to admit it, but most of them just disappeared like they were hiding from the Bridezilla she felt she was quickly becoming. The only thing that kept bugging Betsy was that she really didn’t think that Eric Sinclair (her absent bridegroom) ...more
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MaryJanice Davidson is an American author who writes mostly paranormal romance, but also young adult and non-fiction. She is the creator of the popular Undead series. She is both a New York Times and USA Today bestseller. She won a 2004 Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award and was nominated for the same award in 2005.

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