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Undead and Uneasy (Undead #6)

3.89  ·  Rating details ·  15,708 Ratings  ·  512 Reviews
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 fiance, Vampire King Eric ...more
Kindle Edition, 300 pages
Published June 5th 2007 by Jove (first published January 1st 2007)
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I know, I haven't been around as much as usual lately. sorry!! We've been moving and transferring internet and all that stuff has made me have to deal with "real life" lately. But, don't worry, I still never sleep and read really fast. So, I read this and the next three after it over the long (long for me - moving sucks) weekend.

And this book is the start of a downhill slope in the Betsy world. Things are getting serious and slightly (for now) depressing. I don't want sad or depressing in a worl
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4 Stars:
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.

Among some of my favorites. Outstanding literary work. The characters are well developed, interesting. The liked characters are likable and the hated are unlikable. The writing is captivating enough to keep you interested until the end and leave you wanting more. It has a fairly original or uniquely well-developed plot. The pre
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!
Nov 17, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 4-sterne
Auch der sechste Teil ist wieder sehr unterhaltsam und humorvoll.

Mir gefällt es, dass sich die Geschichte und die Protagonisten immer weiter entwickeln.
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
Kat  Hooper
Sep 30, 2014 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobook
That's probably the last one of these I read.
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
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!!

Apr 18, 2008 rated it it was ok  ·  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
Oct 25, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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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