The UnknownWorld is reeling from change.
Bethany Anne has started to make a difference in the first week of being awake. Now, America has been losing good men since their teams don't have a vampire to help them.
Frank is hoping Bethany Anne can, and will, help.
Further, the American Pack Council is having internal problems with their own young-and-dumb weres who want to ignore Michael's strictures. With no one seeing Michael, the fear of the Boogeyman is starting to recede.
That's fine with Bethany Anne, it means she will personally deliver the message there is a new vampire in town.
Immediately following the story of Bethany Anne from Death Becomes Her, Queen Bitch rides a rollercoaster of action with a heavy dose of creative cussing. Bethany Anne starts to get a team in place to help her affect change.
Because, whether the UnknownWorld wants it or not, change is coming.
©2015 Michael Anderle (P)2017 Michael Anderle
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"I liked this one more..."
This was much better than Death Becomes Her. Bethany Anne was in the book most of the time and when she wasn’t it wasn’t as boring as the other book.
After Bethany Anne killed Petre in the last book she headed to his father’s house with every intention of kicking his butt or killing him to. Unfortunately, she found a really, really old man, so that changed her mind. Everything worked out just fine between them.
Then she took off to the States and got involved with a covert group that took care of business with no one knowing what happened. It was just one battle after another and her always making wisecracks to her team. She was so funny sometimes.
There was no sex but the F-bomb was used 52 times.
As to the narration: Emily Beresford did a lot better narrating this book. Her emotions were much better than in Death Becomes Her, but there’s still nothing memorable about her voice. I have no idea why.
"The bitch is back!"
Alright, the Queen Bitch is in the big house, USA, making friends and leaving corpses. Bethany is building her army for the fight for the world. Along the way there are a few heads torn from the bodies, millions of dollars being spent and designer shoes being brought in bulk.
Bethany is strategic in creating loyalty with humans and vampires. Her patience and commitment to values for the safety of people is her diving. This is an action pack story with many good killings.
I enjoyed that Michael Anderle has made Bethany a solider without the need to give her a love interest. She is preparing to save the world and does not have time for an orgasm. With an action packed story, there is a comedy too. Most of it is the clumsiness a person, vamp, or werewolf has when they meet her. But the cutest, yes, I used that word. The cutest is when Frank is called the nice pooch.
"The title says it all!"
You can see the action! You can watch as Bethany Anne builds her team - her team! A military leader of moral courage unhampered by rules, budgets, or restrictions guided by an unerring sense of "on your honor"! The depth of that concept in this context is inspiring.
The lunch scene was such a good counterpoint to the military actions. A good meal after a hard OP. You could taste the pleasure an fellowship of the team jelling. Such a little gesture but such great ramifications for Team Queen Bitch!
She mixes the "hard-ass" military leader with a command voice so effortlessly with the "valley girl" "cutsy" side of femininity like a light switch. Her voice is clear, compelling, and draws the ear. That's not easy for someone to enjoy when you are hard of hearing in the female voice range.
When she has a bad day, everyone has a bad day coming!!!
Don't stop and don't slow down!!!!!!!!!!
"Exciting and Fast Paced!"
This book was much better than the first in this series. But like I said in my review of the first book, it seemed more of a prequel to this series and I was right! So glad I moved forward. But you have to read the first book to get a good understanding of where Bethany came from.
This story is full of action and action and more action. Great dialogue throughout the whole book! Funny LOL sarcasm moments. Just a fun book. Bethany Anne is getting her posse together, kicking some butt and not taking names! LOL Never a dull moment and no filler nonsense. I look forward to more of this series being released on audible.
As for the narration, it's great! Emily Beresford does a fantastic job narrating this series.
It was okay. The story was written from the point of the main character. With the exception of the cussing (admittedly funny), it is as though the author is writing from the perspective of a 16 year old girl, not a hardened, kick $!$ heroine. Bethany Anne is great. Bethany Anne will just walk in and save the day. Bethany Anne has even the enemies falling at her feet. To me, there are no real sacrifices the main character ever makes (which should serve to make her more relatable).
It's okay. Just not as mature as I'd hoped. For the cussing games the characters play, I might get the next one as it's available on Audible. We'll see.
"Go Bethany Anne book 2!"
The story picks right up from book 1. Bethany Anne starts connecting with key players. She sets up her finances; building her team; creating her organization. She returns to the U.S. and jets right into her first Op against Forsaken. It will be interesting to see where Bethany Anne takes us in the future. I am SO picking up the next (kindle with) Audio when released. Beresford has become the voice of B.A.!
"We need more"
Would I listen to Queen Bitch. Yes I've already listened to it twice and starting it over aging. It's like a gulity pleasure. and a rip roaring story. not all that likly but a fun listen
"as good as book"
loved it as much as book. great performance fun to listen to. thank you and hurry with rest of them
I really enjoy listening to Emily doing our favorite Queen. Listening to the story allows one to better visualize a lot of the story. Looking forward to hearing her in the next book.
"The end narration has to go"
there really to short and should be at lest 2 hours longer . there no build up for the friendships it there and boom ever one loves her with her saying a one line zinger . and there not even a funny singer . the frist book was better this was a let done
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