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Return of the reluctant vampire,
This review is from: Undead and Unappreciated (Hardcover)
Betsy Taylor is still undead and still fighting it. She won't drink blood, preferring to keep going on coffee, refuses to be frightened of crucifixes, and in this volume she finds she can stay awake in daylight. And she's still furious to find herself stuck with hunky vampire Sinclair as a consort.
Her life is complicated when she finds she has a half-sister, a wholesome young student who happens to be the devil's daughter (the devil took over the body of Betsy's stepmother for the duration of the pregnancy, readers of the previous episodes will not be surprised by this). Reading the Book of the Dead turns Betsy temporarily into a deranged maniac who attacks her best friends and seduces Sinclair, thus upsetting all of them. And she's having trouble with the staff at her vampire nightclub Scratch. And she really loves the devil's shoes.
Although I enjoyed this book, i didn't think it was quite as funny or as exciting as the two earlier volumes. If you haven't read any Betsy Taylor books before I would definitely recommend reading 'Undead and Unwed' and 'Undead and Unemployed' before this one.