This is book nine in the Queen Betsy series.
Betsy has returned from the werewolf lands, and is trying to deal with the emotions the whole situation has left her with. When Laura’s mother, the devil, convinces Betsy to bring Laura to hell for a visit, Betsy though reluctant, agrees, especially if it means that she can escape the mess she has made of her own life for a while.
While gone, she learns that Laura has the ability to time travel, but needs her help to learn to control it first, and that is where Betsy comes in. In the process, Betsy learns a lot about those she lives with, and herself…
Side note.. Personally, I was very unhappy with this book. While I remember Betsy as being shallow and self absorbed, I don’t remember her as believing she is the only one who matters, it was very extreme in this book. And as for the ending… I have one word.. GAG.. I will not be continuing this series.
This is the eighth book in the Queen Betsy series.
Betsy has to return Antonia’s body to the werewolf pack where she is f rom, and try to explain to them how she died. But she is worried about her reception and if Antonia’s death will cause a war between the vampires and the werewolves.
While Betsy and Sinclair are gone, Marc and Tina are holding down the fort, at least until Laura gets a bright idea to use her mother’s worshipers to do good.. Then all hell breaks loose. Can Betsy return in time to save them all?
This is the seventh book in the Queen Betsy series.
Betsy is having to deal with the Fiends, as Garrett has been feeding them, and they seem to be coming back to themselves, and blame Betsy for their condition. At the same time, Nick has come and asked for Betsy’s help with a case, despite his distaste for what she is. The whole time, Betsy is afraid of putting Mark, Jessica and Nick in danger because of the dangers in her life.
Betsy seems to finially be coming into her own as Queen, and realizing that there are responsibilities to being queen and not just benifits.
the second in the Alaskan Royals series. Princess Alexandria has suffered from insomnia and nightmares since the attack on her father, and it is taking a toll on her. Her family is worried about her, and decides that a trip to North Dakota is the perfect break from palace life. While in North Dakota, Alex meets Dr. Rivers, a Marine Biologist, who has a complete dislike for brunettes, the rich, and cheese.
This is the first book in the Alaskan Royals series. This book takes place in an alternate reality, where Alaska is not a state in the U.S. but a country of it’s own, with it’s own royal family. Christina is an American commoner, she grew up poor, raised by just her mother, who finds herself stranded in Juneau, Alaska. She unknowingly runs into the king, who determines she would be the perfect bride for his son, and next queen of Alaska. Christina then meets David, and we follow her journey though engagement and preparation for a royal wedding and some of the pitfalls that accompany such an event.
This is the sixth book in the Queen Betsy series. Betsy is planning her wedding, and less than two weeks before she is to be married, her father and his wife are killed in a car accident, and her fiance, as well as all her house mates, disappear. she is left to deal with some very strange happenings, and can’t figure out where everyone has gone, and why she is having to go through everything alone.
This is a cute novel about a girl who is half mermaid, and only her parents and her best friend know about it. Soon she meets a new marine biologist at work, and the prince of the Undersea people shows up to demand her help with a problem.
This could be a stand alone novel, but would easily worked into an ongoing series, I look forward to how it develops.