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* FootnoteFever: The author uses them for two purposes: to remind the readers of which book some actions took place in, and for humorous remarks.


* ''Betsy the Vampire '', the first four books collected into one anthology.
* ''Betsy Bride of the Vampire'', a collection of books five through seven, plus the short story ''Dead and Loving It''.

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* ''Betsy the Vampire '', the first four books collected into one anthology.
* ''Betsy Bride of the Vampire'', a collection of books five through seven, plus the short story ''Dead
''Undead and Loving It''.
Done'' (2016)

The series is now complete.



* AChatWithSatan: Betsy regularly has these. Satan apparently resembles Creator/LenaOlin.



* AChatWithSatan: Betsy regularly has these. Satan apparently resembles Lena Olin.



* TheDevil: Appears as a middle-aged woman, in fact, a dead ringer for Lena Olin.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Betsy [[spoiler: kills Satan]]. No, seriously.



* TheDevil: Appears as a middle-aged woman, in fact, a dead ringer for Creator/LenaOlin.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Betsy [[spoiler: kills Satan]]. No, seriously.



* [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Sister]]: Laura in ''Undead and Unwelcome''

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* [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Sister]]: Laura in ''Undead and Unwelcome''Unwelcome''.



* TheUnmasquedWorld: As of ''Undead and Unforgiven''.

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* TheUnmasquedWorld: As of the epilogue of ''Undead and Unforgiven''.

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* ''Undead and Unreturnable'' (2006)


* AntiAntichrist: Laura, the Devil's Daughter, is firs introduced as this, but as the series goes on, she appears less and less "good", what with murdering people (specifically serial-killers, but ''still''), dumping her job (ruler of Hell) on her sister and then accusing her of robbing her of her birthright, etc...

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* AntiAntichrist: Laura, the Devil's Daughter, is firs first introduced as this, but as the series goes on, she appears less and less "good", what with murdering people (specifically serial-killers, but ''still''), dumping her job (ruler of Hell) on her sister and then accusing her of robbing her of her birthright, etc...


''Betsy the Vampire Queen'', properly known as the ''Undead'' series, is a ParanormalRomance book series by [=MaryJanice=] Davidson about Betsy Taylor. Betsy loses her job and is killed in the same day (her 30th birthday), but awakes undead in a funeral home. After attempting multiple times to kill herself, Betsy realizes that she is a vampire not only a vampire, but queen of the vampires.

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''Betsy the Vampire Queen'', properly known as the ''Undead'' series, is a ParanormalRomance an UrbanFantasy book series by [=MaryJanice=] Davidson about Betsy Taylor. Betsy loses her job and is killed in the same day (her 30th birthday), but awakes undead in a funeral home. After attempting multiple times to kill herself, Betsy realizes that she is a vampire not only a vampire, but queen of the vampires.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: It takes a while for Betsy to figure it out, but all of Laura's good deeds are about proving that ''she'' is Good and deserves to go to Heaven, not about genuinely helping people.

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* WideEyedIdealist: Laura, best demonstrated by this quote:
--> '''Laura (enthusiastically)''': Once we convince the rest of the world [of the existence of God], things would change overnight! No more wars, no more murders.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Laura.
--> '''Betsy''': You actually managed to make me being ''in Hell'', doing ''your job'', sound like a character flaw, or like I was rude to keep your Great Idea waiting.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: As the series goes on, Laura seems to fall more and more deeply into this category.


* AntiAntiChrist: Laura, the Devil's Daughter, is firs introduced as this, but as the series goes on, she appears less and less "good", what with murdering people (specifically serial-killers, but ''still''), dumping her job (ruler of Hell) on her sister and then accusing her of robbing her of her birthright, etc...

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* AntiAntiChrist: AntiAntichrist: Laura, the Devil's Daughter, is firs introduced as this, but as the series goes on, she appears less and less "good", what with murdering people (specifically serial-killers, but ''still''), dumping her job (ruler of Hell) on her sister and then accusing her of robbing her of her birthright, etc...


* AntiAntiChrist: Laura, the Devil's Daughter. [[spoiler: Mostly.]]
** [[spoiler: As of ''Undead And Unstable'' she seems to be playing it straight.]]

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* AntiAntiChrist: Laura, the Devil's Daughter. [[spoiler: Mostly.]]
** [[spoiler: As of ''Undead And Unstable''
Daughter, is firs introduced as this, but as the series goes on, she seems to be playing it straight.]]appears less and less "good", what with murdering people (specifically serial-killers, but ''still''), dumping her job (ruler of Hell) on her sister and then accusing her of robbing her of her birthright, etc...

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* BlackAndGrayMorality: This series is somewhere between this and GreyAndGrayMorality.
* BlackAndWhiteMorality: The way Laura believes the world is.


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* GreyAndGrayMorality: This series is somewhere between this and BlackAndGrayMorality.


* The Masquerade: [[spoiler: Until Laura decides to blow it]] in ''Undead and Unforgiven''.

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* The Masquerade: TheMasquerade: [[spoiler: Until Laura decides to blow it]] in ''Undead and Unforgiven''.

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