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Suburban housewife and vampire queen Betsy Taylor makes an alarming discovery: her half-sister is truly the Devil's daughter, and she can't wait to raise hell.
Published: Penguin Group on Jun 2, 2009
ISBN: 9781101060018
List price: $7.99
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Not as good as the others, but still worth the quick read. I'm sure the next one will be better. :)read more
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This is such a fun series, sort of like Sex and the City meets TrueBlood which gives some idea of how light weight it is, like eating cotton candy, but really fresh, flavorful cotton candy. When I finished this 8th in the series I decided I didn't have to read any more. Now I see there's a 9th coming out in June, and have no doubt I'll read it, but it'll definitely be a loaner, not a permanent addition to my library. It's a cute take on devils, ghosts, vampires and all the other formerly fearful supernatural beings.read more
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This is the kind of book that i'm glad is in hardcover and I can get it out of the library. I'm curious about the continuing characters but wouldn't want to pay money for a softcover. There's an awful lot of white space on these pages. All of her recent books read like puffed up novellas or maybe long chapters in a real book-length novel. I would feel really ripped off if I bought this book.read more
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Not as good as the others, but still worth the quick read. I'm sure the next one will be better. :)
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This is such a fun series, sort of like Sex and the City meets TrueBlood which gives some idea of how light weight it is, like eating cotton candy, but really fresh, flavorful cotton candy. When I finished this 8th in the series I decided I didn't have to read any more. Now I see there's a 9th coming out in June, and have no doubt I'll read it, but it'll definitely be a loaner, not a permanent addition to my library. It's a cute take on devils, ghosts, vampires and all the other formerly fearful supernatural beings.
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This is the kind of book that i'm glad is in hardcover and I can get it out of the library. I'm curious about the continuing characters but wouldn't want to pay money for a softcover. There's an awful lot of white space on these pages. All of her recent books read like puffed up novellas or maybe long chapters in a real book-length novel. I would feel really ripped off if I bought this book.
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Betsy is the best character ever - and MaryJanice is the funniest writer. I laughed out loud reading the "acknowledgements - "... Given that I have the long-term memory of a salamander." Did you? I love that Betsy hates LOL, OMG and WTF in emails. I love that it was critical to the plot that she refused to try to deceipher CAPS speak. I love a lot of things about this series. Mostly I love that it's still going and has lots of interesting twists developing.
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Sad to say, MaryJanice Davidson should've ended the series at book 6. The last one was a complete departure from the light and breezy tone of the previous books, and this one was just *awful*. It really seemed like she was just fulfilling a contractual obligation for another book (which, she might have been). Do yourself a favor and re-read the earlier books or check out her fantastic YA Jennifer Scales series co-written with her husband, Anthony Alongi.
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Betsy, Sinclair, Jessica and BabyJon escort the body of werewolf back to Cape Cod where the king of the werewolves, Michael Wyndham lives. Since the werewolf died saving Betsy, she must face the council. They all hope to avoid a vampire/werewolf war, but things don't look good because Betsy keeps being Betsy and that is never good. Back home, Marc is facing other problems when a star proclaims the location of the antichrist, who happens to be Betsy's half-sister, Laura. If you have been following Betsy, this sort of makes sense.I love this series. I had gotten a bit tired of it but the last three books have revived it for me. You really need to start from the beginning of this funny chicklit vampire romance series.
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