My Big Fat Demon Slayer Wedding

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New York Times bestselling series!

Lizzie Brown is about to have the destination wedding of her dreams. But as this former preschool teacher knows, being a demon slayer makes everything more complicated. The vengeful Earl of Hell is on her tail. And now it seems one of the guests at the eccentric, seaside mansion is possessed and trying to kill her. Maybe she should just elope.

The groom, studly shape-shifting griffin Dimitri Kallinikos, vows ...

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Overview

New York Times bestselling series!

Lizzie Brown is about to have the destination wedding of her dreams. But as this former preschool teacher knows, being a demon slayer makes everything more complicated. The vengeful Earl of Hell is on her tail. And now it seems one of the guests at the eccentric, seaside mansion is possessed and trying to kill her. Maybe she should just elope.

The groom, studly shape-shifting griffin Dimitri Kallinikos, vows to protect her at all costs. Yet even he is acting suspiciously. And minions of the devil are popping up everywhere. As the wedding draws closer, Lizzie has to learn who is behind the attacks- and fast-or risk losing everyone she loves.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781939661142
  • Publisher: Angie Fox
  • Publication date: 6/28/2013
  • Pages: 270
  • Sales rank: 322,210
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox writes books about demon slayers, biker witches and things that go bump in the night. Visit Angie at www.angiefox.com
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  • Posted August 2, 2013

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    Lizzie Brown was adopted and raised by a prestigious family in A

    Lizzie Brown was adopted and raised by a prestigious family in Atlanta, Georgia. When she goes looking for her biological family she discovers her grandma. Grandma turns out to be not only a witch but belongs to a coven of over 25 Harley riding biker witches. Lizzie determines that her life as a properly raised southern, elementary school teacher is not her true calling. She learns she's actually a natural born demon slayer. She also is now able to understand and speak to her Jack Russell, Pirate. She meets Dimitri, a very handsome Greek and shape shifting Griffin. Now, Dimitri and Lizzie are planning to be married and her adoptive mother, Hillary, wants it done up to Atlanta's society standards. Lizzie would marry Dimitri anywhere in a heartbeat, but she caves in to Hillary's demand for an extravagant week of wedding parties at an ominous, turn of the century, California mansion. She is already worried about how her mother will take the news about her being a demon slayer, grandma being a witch or that her fiancé and his family are Griffins.
    Lizzie hopes this will be an opportunity for the families to come together. However Lizzie keeps hearing a voice asking for help and after arriving at the estate she sees the ghost of a young woman several times. She also discovers demonic symbols around the grounds.


    This is the fifth book in the series and the third that I have read. You really do not need to start with the first book, but I still eventually plan to read it. The book is light and entertaining. I love the characters and the fact Lizzie can understand and carry on a conversation with her dog, Pirate.


    I have not received any compensation for this review and I do really like the series. Since I was a small girl I have believed in magic.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 20, 2013

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    Welcome back to the wild and wacky world of Demon Slayer Lizzie

    Welcome back to the wild and wacky world of Demon Slayer Lizzie Brown her talking dog Pirate and band of biker witches.  Lizzie and the extremely fine shape-shifting griffin Dimitri Kallinikos are getting married.  Unfortunately her job isn’t something she can schedule trouble seems to find her wherever she goes.  But no ghosts, pissed off demons, paranormal accidents, or crazy future in-laws are going to keep her from marrying the man she loves.
    Angie Fox is a unique voice in an overcrowded genre.   She has created a fantastic world and filled it with all sorts of inimitable characters.  Each story is filled with hilarious dialogue and fun-filled adventure.  This latest entry lives up to its predecessors and may even surpass them.  I missed Lizzie and her gang and was glad to see them again.  I do hope Ms. Fox has plans for us to visit again.  

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2013

    Another good book in the series.

    Enjoyed all of them.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

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    Lizzie Brown, demon slayer and all around touch chick has been r

    Lizzie Brown, demon slayer and all around touch chick has been reduced to a
    puddle of mush by her mother’s takeover of her upcoming wedding to Dimitri.  
    Who knew a week of wedding activities could be more horrid than fighting ghosts,
    and striking down the nether world.  Lizzie used to be a nice girl that followed all the rules
    but that was before she discovered her true inner ability to use her dark forces for good
    and an amazing ability to be a biker chick.

    If all things work out Lizzie will become the wife of Dimitiri, a shape shifting
    Greek Griffin and all around amazing man in mere days, but fate is not only fickle she is mean.  
    Dimitri is understanding of her temperament and defender of her entire being while always
    keeping his cool under pressure.  Right now the problem is the power that each have seem to be
     merging giving Dimitri more and Lizzie, well next to none.  This does not stop Lizzie from
    solving the mystery of what the symbols around the estate are, who the ghost is, and
    which one of the bridal guests is trying to killer her.  Lizzie is searching the estate in hopes of
    solving the mystery and also this gives her the ability to stay away from her mother who is
    turning into the wedding planner from hell.  

    The deeper Lizzie looks for clues the more trouble she finds with even deeper
    issues arising as it no one, not even Dimitri can be trusted.  Seriously it is a good thing her switch
    stars are working properly because the wedding guests may be the least of her problems when
    everything goes bad really fast and Lizzie has to pull all of her inner resources to not fall apart under pressure.


    Angie Fox rocks the writing world with great characters, killer story line details, and a romance that makes your toes curl. 

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2014

    Love them

    I loved all of these books they were great. I am glad I read them all. ;)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2014

    Loved it

    I just love this series. The growth of the character over the story arc has been wonderful. You just have yo read these books!

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  • Posted October 29, 2013

    Angie Fox¿s fifth book about a former pre-school teacher turned

    Angie Fox’s fifth book about a former pre-school teacher turned Harley-riding demon slayer maintains its off-beat humor, peppered with world-ending predicaments, set earlier in the series. Lizzie Brown has the potential of getting all she’s ever dreamed of: the man, the wedding and the happily ever after. Unfortunately, she’s got this little problem. It seems one of her guests is possessed through the assistance of a vengeful Earl of Hell, and wants her dead. Lizzie needs to stay alive and keep the wedding guests around would be a bonus.




    As usual, Angie kept me laughing and on the edge of my seat throughout the book. Lizzie’s completely normal mother is determined to give her daughter the perfect wedding, in spite of a bunch of witches getting her drunk and Lizzie’s magnificent Greek shape-shifting griffin fiancé’s reluctance at participating in the pre-marital activities – like making tulle-wrapped bonbon favors. Take away Lizzie’s demon slaying abilities, sprinkle in a talking dog and a house built for evil purposes, and you get a Big Fat Demon Slayer Wedding. 




    The best part of story is that while most romances – even paranormal ones – end with the wedding, I hear from a very reliable source that Lizzie’s not done fighting demons. Look for her in book six!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2013

    Great again

    Great addition to the series

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  • Posted September 1, 2013

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    Great book, just like the rest in the series! Angie Fox has a kn

    Great book, just like the rest in the series! Angie Fox has a knack for telling hilarious, action-packed, sexy stories. I found this series by accident and I am so glad I did!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2013

    Her heavenly wedding tries to go straight to hell.

    I love Angie's Demon Slayer series... this is the wedding we've all been waiting for - especially Lizzy. Just when you think it can't go more wrong - it does so perfectly with all of the fun action and Griffeny goodness you've come to expect. Some days being a demon slayer is really tough, and then you get married! :D

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  • Posted July 1, 2013

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    Angie Fox does it again!  In book five, of the "Accidental

    Angie Fox does it again!  In book five, of the "Accidental Demon Slayer" series, Lizzie and Dimitri are tying the knot.  This should be a happy occasion filled with family and friends, but it is not.  There are strange things going on and worst of all, someone is trying to kill Lizzie!   
    Overall, I loved this book, I read it in one day, and now I'm left wanting to read the next book in the series.  Will Lizzie and Dimitri catch a break and survive their honeymoon without being attacked?  Or will that be the backdrop for the next book?  There are so many possibilities,  I can't wait to find out!  
    Thank you Angie Fox for giving us a funny, entertaining, and creative universe filled with amazing characters.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2013

    Wowee! I got this book two days ago from NetGalley and simply co

    Wowee! I got this book two days ago from NetGalley and simply couldn't stop reading it once I started. I've only read one book in this series (An Accidental Demon-Slayer, the first in the series) and this one was as good as the first, and I seriously need to track down the other books to read!
    First off, you do not have to have read all the books in the series to understand the events of this book, but it will certainly help you sort out in your own head who a lot of the people referenced are. There were a few that, because of the books I haven't read, I was a little lost on, but that didn't hurt me for more than a few moments.




    Second: all the hillarity that you get in the first book (a demon making itself known as it comes out of Lizzie's toilet, a smuckers-jar filled with spells throwing Grandma, and a talking-terrier named Pirate) are all present and accounted for in this book. While there is a definite serious bent to this book (it deals with Lizzie trying to figure out which of the wedding guests present is possessed by a demon who wants to kill her),  you can't take everything too serious. I mean, c'mon, there's a terrier that talks and a obsessive-compulsive mother of the bride out to present a society-perfect wedding!




    Despite Lizzie's mother's moratorium on sex before marriage, Lizzie and Dimitri never fail to try to get in a few gropes, and other things, and more than once Lizzie gets caught with her hand down Dimitri's pants (literally). There's a creepy ghost and biker witches galore. The cast of secondary characters made this book much richer than it otherwise would have been, and I seriously don't think there's any spare fat at all for the story, no sense of pages just for pages.




    Lizzie is adorable in her own way. She's much more confident as a demon-slayer than she was in the first book (which makes sense since she's now been a practicing demon-slayer for a year) and yet still is learning her abilities. I'm intrigued to learn that she's got angelic blood in her too (one of those factoids in a book I haven't read).




    Dimitri, we don't get into his head since the whole thing is in Lizzie's first-person POV, but he's definitely devoted to Lizzie and incredibly protective of her under any and all circumstances, whether it's from a poisoning attempt or her mother who has minute-by-minute plans for the week leading up to the wedding.




    I can't recommend this book enough. Go out and buy it, read it, love it! Definite and easy 5-star review. Come out with the next one soon, Ms. Fox!

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