Undead and Underwater

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Berkley Books, 2013 - Fiction - 331 pages
14 Reviews
New York Times bestselling author MaryJanice Davidson “continues to put her own unique spin on paranormal romance” (Fallen Angel Reviews), and in this all-new anthology, she’s three times as outrageous as ever before…

Super, Girl! 
Meet Hailey Derry, human resources representative and round-the-clock superhero. Born with the ability to convert anything she eats into crime-fighting energy, Hailey is now faced with her toughest challenge: the sexy new hire who has a mad crush on her. But how does Hailey break the news that she’s more of a Wonder Woman than he can imagine? She’d better think of something fast, because letting this guy go would be a crime.

Undead and Underwater
Betsy, queen of the undead, and Fred, the dour could’ve-been-a-princess mermaid, reluctantly team up to help a mutual friend in trouble. After all, a friend in need is a friend who, well, can really test your patience—because Betsy and Fred aren’t exactly BFFs. What they do have in common is the source of the problem: a man. And what’s more troubling than love?

Incomer
As leader of the Pack, it’s Lara Wyndham’s job to usher her breed to safety after the cataclysmic Kardashian Riots of 2025—and fend off the advances of Jack Gardner, a sexy Packer with alpha urges and a knack for getting into trouble. No matter how bad Lara wants it, she doesn’t need it. Not that intoxicating scent of his, or his talented mouth, or that perfect ass. Then again…

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Review: Undead and Underwater (Undead #11.5)

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This is an anthology of three short stories all written by MaryJanice Davidson. 1)'Super, Girl'. 2 stars. Weird story about girl trying to hide that she has a superpower. It's that's bit too long. I ... Read full review

Review: Undead and Underwater (Undead #11.5)

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Book was meh. Loved being introduced to new characters and following up with one, but there was nothing stand out about this entry. More and more Betsy is seeming more like a character I follow out if habit than general interest. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

MaryJanice Davidson is the New York Times bestselling author of several books, most recently Undead and Unstable. With her husband, Anthony Alongi, she also writes a series featuring a teen weredragon named Jennifer Scales. MaryJanice lives in Minneapolis with her husband and two children and is currently working on her next book.

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