Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Undead and Unwelcome by Mary Janice Davidson
Synopsis: Seventy-five thousand angry werewolves. That's what Betsy is facing when she delivers the body of her werewolf friend Antonia to Cape Cod's Wyndham Manor, where the pack resides. Antonia died in her service. Betsy is alive and well - and wracked with guilt. She has no idea if the Wyndham werewolves will welcome her with fangs or friendship. While Betsy and her husband, Sinclair, try to make nice, their posse back in St. Paul alerts Betsy to her half sister's increasingly erratic behavior. Looks like the devil's daughter is coming into her own - and raising hell. All in the name of making Betsy's life easier, of course.
Okay, so this series is very amusing, but sometimes the characters can be annoying. Marc could have done major things differently throughout this book, and Betsy continued to be self-absorbed. This is book 8 of this series and certainly offers more twists and turns into the supernatural world. We learn more about species that "don't" exist and some unusual powers of supposedly human individuals. This book once again offers excitement and adventure. I couldn't wait for Betsy and Sinclair to resolve the werewolf problems and get back home to see how they would handle the situation with Laura - Betsy's sister. The choices Betsy made in this book will definitely affect the future, but I have to say that choices she makes for herself and those around her don't always make a lot of sense.