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Posted December 29, 2014
I received this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
If you want fun, witty banter mixed with gritty action and garnished with a pinch of steamy romance, then Beverly Hills Demon Slayer is the book for you. I was so happy to be back in this world.
After her wedding to Dimitri, Lizzie was looking forward to a normal life, enjoying marital bliss. Is that too much to ask for? Evidently, it is when you are a demon slayer. It is back to business when Lizzie senses a strong demonic presence coming from Beverly Hills. She tracks it to a new church that has sprouted up claiming youth, peace and vitality to its members, but at what cost? With the help of her sexy shape-shifter husband and the biker witches, Lizzie will have her hands full trying to bring this demon under control. Is she up to the task, or will this one be too much for her?
Angie Fox does a great job creating characters that are enjoyable and entertaining but also complex and diverse. She is able to balance light, fun moments with dark and action-packed segments smoothly into an interesting read. Lizzie is one kick-ass demon slayer. Lizzie, Dimitri and the biker witches make a great team. Got to love those grandma biker witches! No nursing home for them!! I recommend this book along with the rest of the Demon Slayer series.
Posted August 23, 2014
Beverly Hills Demon Slayer by Angie Fox is book #6 in the Demon Slayer series. It had all of the humor, snark and plots twists that Angie Fox is known for in this series.
Lizzie Brown and her new husband, Dimitri, have now moved to California. After moving into a condo near the beach with "normal" people they are trying to enjoy their honeymoon. Lizzie is awakened by an unusal sound on the beach near their condo in the early morning hours Some one has opened a portal and dropped off a fenris (a wolf/dog creature from Purgatory). Dimitri and Lizzie decide to call in Shiloh to help them with this new creature since they have no clue about it or why the portal has been opened. Shiloh, half-succubus/half-human character was a great addition to this gang and she added a new dimension to this quirky gang.
As the plot moves forward, Lizzie has to deal with her fallen angel Dad (who is the one who dropped off the fenris), his cult and the Earl of Hell who wants to take over the world again. Lizzie calls on the Red Skulls to help her get information and she has to allow evil to touch her soul. It was good to see Lizzie more confident now in herself and her powers. She doesn't know everything yet and she has trouble admitting that to everyone. She is also still trying to protect Dimitri which I find touching and frustrating.
As usual, Angie has filled this book with humor, sexy times for Lizzie and Dimitri and lots of plot twists. I laughed out loud while reading several times which is something that I know will happen with Angie's Demon Slayer series. The writing is fast paced and never slowed down until you read "The End". This is an easy and fun read for any one who enjoys a paranormal trip into a fully developed world of good and evil.
I want to confess that I did miss Grandma and the biker witches because they didn't play a big part in this story.
I received an ARC of this book from Season Publishing through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Posted July 15, 2014
I received an ARC from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
When I first started reading this series I just thought it was a good filler in between some of the other series I was reading, and nothing that I would fall all over myself to get as soon as it was released, but as the series progressed, and most importantly as Lizzie progressed, it began harder and harder to put down. Lizzie has slowly wormed her way into my list of badass female characters! I don't necessarily think that this book is the best in the series, but I do think that it was necessary to show the huge amount of maturing that Lizzie has done. It definitely didn't hurt to have a smoking hot Griffin and her cute as buttons dog along for the ride. Can't wait for more!
Posted July 9, 2014
Pirate’s not the only one with stars in his eyes in the ongoing saga of the accidental demon slayer. Lizzie is just trying to enjoy wedded bliss when a late wedding gift arrives, a Fenrise from purgatory. Lizzie has to call on the half-demon Shiloh for help dealing with the wild creature. And the portal left by the gift giver. When it leads to a church in Beverly Hills, everything Lizzie thought she knows about demon slaying goes out the window.
I’ve been a big fan of the series since the start, and Beverly Hills Demon Slayer didn’t disappoint. Loved the addition of Shiloh to the gang and the plot twists kept me on pins and needles. Great job, Ms. Fox.
Posted July 1, 2014
Seriously, I can't get enough of the Demon Slayer books. Getting back in touch Lizzie, Pirate, Dimitri and the Biker Witches was soooo much fun. Poor Lizzie - she just wants to be a new bride, enjoy lots of sex with her griffin husband, and nothing manages to go right. She gets demon dogs and dragon strays dumped on her, has to deal with her idiotic father, and once again face down with the Earl of Hell (better than the Duke of Earl, I suppose).
This was a thrilling ride, with the standard humor and snark that I've come to adore in Angie Fox's Biker Witch series. Thank you so much for letting me read.
Posted June 23, 2014
Facing demons from the past, quite literally, Lizzie Brown her her gang of quirky friends are off on another high octane, laugh out loud adventure in Beverly Hills Demon Slayer.
It all started with a strange porthole opening up on the beach right behind Lizzie's and her hunky new husband's condo. The honeymoon is officially over. A dog like creature, a cult, a strange evil permeating the California coast, a succubus that wants to be good and a girls only block party all make this story truly outrageously funny. But if that isn't enough Angie Fox's writing style of a meaty plot accented by that funny makes Beverly Hills Demon Slayer a winner all around.
I laughed, I cried and I laughed some more. If you can get all those emotions out of me, you've got a wonderfully enjoyable story to invest some serious reading time in.
Posted June 22, 2014
Angie Fox has done it again! I love this series, I always drop what I am doing and read these books! This series is a fun trip into a magical world.
Lizzie is in trouble up to her switch stars, but with the help of a sexy griffin (her hubby), a 1/2 Sucubus, awesome biker witches and a talking dog she will hopefully pull through!
Posted June 21, 2014
Lizzie, Dimitri, Pirate and the biker witches are back and fighting the good fight. Like the other books in this series you have a wild romp of magic, mayhem and tons of fun. Lizzie is stronger, Dimitri is sexier and Pirate well I’m pretty sure he has been perfect all along. So sit down grab a cup of brew and enjoy. I certainly did.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 18, 2014
Another winner! I love the Demon Slayer series. Who wouldn't want to be a butt kicking demon slayer with a hot shape shifting husband. Not to mention having a talking dog and a coven of biker witches as backup.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 18, 2014
Angie Fox doesn't disappoint in the latest installment of her "Demon Slayer" series. Lizzie and Dimitri, the biker witches, and Pirate are hiliarous! I laughed out loud in parts and cried like a baby in others. Angie Fox has a way to make the characters feel like friends. I can't wait for the next book!!!