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Series: Undead #13
Published by Berkeley Hardcover on October 7th 2014
Source: the library
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Vampire queen Betsy "don't call me Elizabeth" Taylor is back - and there's going to be Hell to pay - in MaryJanice Davidson's New York Times bestselling series . . .
Following on from Undead and Unsure, Betsy Taylor is back in the hit paranormal series chock full of wit, sass and a little bit of romance......
Like any long-running series that’s out there, this one is starting to really go downhill. I haven’t enjoyed the previous books as much, but still really enjoyed them & appreciated them for what they (tried) to be. I really struggled to enjoy this one as much, and it’s definitely my least favorite so far.
So, thoughts? Well, Betsy’s changing all right, and not for the better. All of a sudden she can talk about things her character would never care about, and instead of being smart-but-nobody-knows-it, now she’s just spitting out trivia and facts. She has a few character-enlightening moments, which is swell, but the book just really drags on without much of anything happening. I don’t read the series for the romance (yuck), and there’s not a lot of it in this one.
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