Undead and Unwelcome

Undead and Unwelcome

Book - 2010
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Betsy Taylor has problems that only a vampire queen/suburban wife could possibly understand such as taking the body of her werewolf friend Antonia-- who died in her service-- to Cape Cod, where she's not sure if the Wyndham werewolves will welcome her with fangs or friendship, and dealing with her half-sister's increasingly erratic behavior back in St. Paul.
Publisher: London, England :, Piatkus,, 2010.
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780749909420
Characteristics: xii, 236 pages ;,18 cm.


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Mar 19, 2015

So now they have traveled to face the angry Werewolf council, Baby Jon is causing strange things, and Laura is starting to get more evil..
I enjoyed this one :-)

foolie4195 Sep 06, 2011

Good book, really nice plot twist.

Jul 29, 2010

This next installement in the Undead series does not dissapoint. As Betsy's character keeps growing - slowly but surely - into her role of Queen of the undead her personality keeps the things light and funny.
I am already looking forward to the next installement - the set up for things to come with Laura - her sister - make me want to read more and where is this thing with Baby john going to go?? How curious that only the warewolf could tell.

kpalichuk Sep 14, 2009

A light read, simple plotlines that are easily and quickly resolved.

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foolie4195 Sep 06, 2011

foolie4195 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over


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Jul 15, 2016

Betsy and Sinclair, the Queen and King of the Vampires, are going to visit the Were-wolf Castle. They are honor bound to send Antonia’s body back to her family and try to explain why she took a bullet meant for Betsy. BabyJon comes with them and they find out he is different.


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Jul 15, 2016

“But weren’t you worried about bringing him here with everything that’s happened?” “I haven’t been his guardian very long. My husband and I need to get in the habit of thinking like parents, not ravenous, slavering monarchs of the undead.”


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