Undead and Unpopular

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Undead and Unpopular
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Author MaryJanice Davidson
Country United States
Language English
Series The Undead Series
Genre mystery, horror, romance
Publisher Berkley
Publication date
2006 (Berkley edition)
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 320 pp (Berkley edition)
ISBN ISBN 0-425-20816-8 (Berkley edition)
OCLC 60671808
813/.6 22
LC Class PS3604.A949 U526 2005
Preceded by Undead and Unreturnable
Followed by Undead and Uneasy

Undead and Unpopular is a 2006 Quill Award nominee[1] paranormal/romance novel by MaryJanice Davidson. It is the fifth adventure of Elizabeth Anne "Betsy" Taylor in the Undead series after her transformation into a vampire.

Plot[edit]

Betsy Taylor, Queen of Vampires, is celebrating her 31st birthday and her 1st anniversary of being dead (or perhaps that should be undead.) She has told her friends that she doesn’t want a party but she is sure that they are planning a surprise party for her.

She is trying to plan her summer wedding to Sinclair but it doesn’t help that he is avoiding having anything to do with it and deciding to give up drinking blood in honour of her birthday is just making her cranky. And nobody likes a cranky vampire.

Jessica her best friend since childhood has been diagnosed with cancer and this leads Betsy to think that maybe converting her friend to become a vampire might be a good idea.

With a delegation of European vampires arriving to pay their respects to her, a baby brother to baby sit, unexpected guests dropping by and a phone that just won’t stop ringing she has plenty to keep her occupied. And that’s before she deals with the zombie in the attic….

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Quill Awards The 2006 Awards". The Quill Book Awards.