Some Like It Hexed (Accidental Demon Slayer Series #6.5)

Some Like It Hexed (Accidental Demon Slayer Series #6.5)

by Angie Fox

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BN ID: 2940150891302
Publisher: Angie Fox
Publication date: 09/12/2015
Series: Accidental Demon Slayer Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 42,132
File size: 143 KB

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox writes about demon slayers, biker witches, and things that go bump in the night. She's thrilled to bring you this special Halloween short story and hopes you check out the rest of her spooky fun books.

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Some Like It Hexed 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
LisaS0 More than 1 year ago
This story is short and sweet. Join the Biker Witches as they entertain the local retirement home with a Halloween Party. But you know the Red Skulls, the party is more than meets the eye as Lizzie and Pirate join them for more than punch and cookies. A must read for Angie Fox fans. This short story will just barely give me that boost I need until the next book comes out. Brava Angie!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Red Skull are at it again.This time it's a Halloween party gone wrong. Everyone having a blast until grandma takes an elixir and fallen ill. Now it's up to Lizzie and priate to find grandma and fix her. love this book.stay tune for more Angie Fox Awesome books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ReadingOverTV More than 1 year ago
Some Like it Hexed by Angie Fox The biker gals are having a Halloween party and as usual, magic makes for a lively, (gulp!) and almost deadly event. When the magic goes dark, Lizzie and her throwing stars come to the rescue. A cute short Biker Witch novella where love is the goal. And Pirate, the talking dog, is dressed for Halloween as a pirate! Fun image. I received a copy of this novella from the author.
Cece56 More than 1 year ago
This novella is from Angie Fox's The Biker Witches/Accidental Demon Slayer series. I love the Red Skulls biker gang! I want to ride with them and wear a Kiss My Asphalt t-shirt. Lizzie's Grandma Gertie, the leader of the Red Skulls tells Lizzie to show up a their Halloween Party with cupcakes. After dressing her dog, Pirate whom she is able to talk with, she puts him on her Harley and heads to the party. Lizzie thinks she must have gotten the directions wrong when she arrives at a Senior Citizen Center. Everything starts to go wrong. Lizzie and Grandma Gertie must take care of some 'black voodoo' gone horrible wrong. The most surprising fact about this series is that I really love it! I enjoy paranormal books but have always avoided demons, vampires, and zombies, etc. However, the first book I read in this series, I fell in love. This series will add so much enjoyment to your day!
_DVF_ More than 1 year ago
When Lizzy (Demon Slayer) is invited to a Halloween party at the Ocean View Senior Living Center, she had no idea that strange things were happening. When her grandmother falls ill and then disappears, Lizzy must find her and save her. Jealously makes people do strange things. Cute story story for Halloween.
Kindle_Reader More than 1 year ago
Will Grandma Survive to see another Halloween. I was so excited to read another Biker Witch story. This is a very fast read. But full of laughs and suspense. It's Halloween and the vail between us and the spirt world is at its thinnest. Grandma asks Lizzy to come to a Halloween party. This makes Lizzy suspicious because Grandma doesn't have parties she gets into mischief but a party? Fearing Grandma is up to something she agrees to attend. When she reaches the address she was given she can't believe her eyes, this can't be right she thinks. But it is and Grandma explains that she is trying to bring positive energy back into this place. After a bit Grandma isn't looking so good and goes to rest for a bit. Lizzy is understandably worried, her Gram is quite old. Liz goes to get their group healer but when she returns she can't find Grandma. As usual, in an Angie Fox novel things can take a dramatic change with the turning of the page. When Lizzie does find Grandma she worries that her skills may not be enough. Be sure to grab your copy and read it on a creepy spooky night.
SarahSmith More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. I don't normally care for novellas since they tend to feel like you're reading an entirely different series, but the Demon Slayer novellas seem to hold true to the series. I really enjoyed this short, quick read, but it just didn't have a lot of spunk like the other novellas in this series seemed to have. The resolution was reached pretty quickly, with not as much humor as I would have liked to see from the biker witches, but all in all I came away happy that I had read it.
Krista17 More than 1 year ago
Another fun little tide-me-over snippet from Angie Fox **Please note, I was given an ARC in exchange for my honest review of this book.** In Some Like It Hexed, Angie Fox brings back my favorite Demon Slayer, Lizzie, and her mismatched crew of supernatural badasses. Ant Eater, Frieda, and the rest of the biker witches along with Lizzy’s sassy Jack Russell terrier, Pirate, help save Grandma Gertie from an old rival. As the silver haired spell casters work to bring good vibes to some bad land by throwing a full-blown, honest to goodness Halloween bash, complete with cheesy napkins and party store decorations, it’s up to Lizzy to save the day, and her grandmother, in the process, from spells gone awry. With her usual tongue-in-cheek, laugh out loud humor, Fox gives us another quick, entertaining read in the form of a short 5 chapter story. Complete with her memorable characters, well developed plot, and easy to read writing style, fans of the Demon Slayer series will appreciate this clever little work that not only gives a complete tale, within itself, but seems to also lay some interesting groundwork for a book to come, perhaps? I really look forward to these interim pieces by Fox, and appreciate that she’s so responsive to her readers’ requests, by creating these little novelettes in between her full length books. If you like well written books, with crazy, quirky characters, interesting plots, and humorous, entertaining writing, and you haven’t given Fox a try, this would be a perfect book for you to explore this always entertaining series.
Bonnie1800 More than 1 year ago
I love this series. This is a perfect "between the books" short story to get your demon slayer fix. Just in time for Halloween, Angie Fox brings us a story about the Biker Witches, Lizzie, Pirate, Voodoo, and a retirement home. Yep, a retirement home. If that isn't enough to grab your attention and keep you reading, then let's add a costume party, spelled punch, a long lost love, and voodoo gone amiss. This may be a short story, but it sure was a fun read. Highly recommend!
LindaC1 More than 1 year ago
Lizzie is saving the day again but this time it's at a Halloween party at a senior center. This is a short story based on the Demon Slayer series. Lizzie joins her Grandma at a senior living facility to help with a Halloween party. Little does she know that the party is not just dancing and eating cupcakes. There is evil present and its up to Lizzie to protect those she loves. This was a cute, fun, quick read.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Short Halloween visit with Lizzie, Pirate and the Biker Witches proving even a simple thing like a Halloween party at a Senior Living Center can go horribly wrong. A fun visit while waiting on a longer book.
dibbylodd More than 1 year ago
Short and sweet. A fun short story with all of the usual characters. We get a few new nuances of various characters.
NitaneeLyon More than 1 year ago
Angie Fox is one of my faves and never fails to delight with the Lizzie series. This short is perfect for getting in the Halloween mood with laughter and mayhem as usual.
tapnchica More than 1 year ago
This is a great short story to get your Lizzie and Pirate fix before the next full-length installment of the series. You get the biker witches and a little mayhem as usual. As an added bonus, Pirate dressed as a Pirate? Hilarious win! Fox does it again!
finallyfifty More than 1 year ago
A lightening quick read for those in the mood for a party. It is a Halloween party with a twist, Biker Witch style. This was another entertaining tale from Lizzie and Grandma Gertie that shows how ordinary events can trigger magical disaster in the world of the Biker Witches. Halloween brings a party to a senior community that has childhood friends of Grandma Gertie. I loved the imagery and fantasy brought by the author to this novella. It was as if the music and excitement of the party leaped off the pages of the book. As in every tale, there was a sub-story, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I received an ARC. I would highly recommend this novella!!
Sodapop74 More than 1 year ago
I love this series and this short story is no different! The Red Skulls are having a Halloween party and Lizzie and Pirate have to save the day. The action starts from the very beginning and ropes you in. I like to read the series in order, however, this can be read out of order because it is a short. Awesome!!!
VampyreLvr More than 1 year ago
Lets be honest, if Angie Fox wrote it then I am going to read it. I loved this Halloween novella. Poor Lizzie and the Biker Witches they can't even catch a break for Halloween. First Grandma calls and asks Lizzie to bake spider cupcakes for a halloween party.. odd.. then come to find out the party is at a retirement home.. very odd indeed. Old friends, old flames, and a little Vodoo makes the party complete. This is a fun read and really helps put you in the Halloween spirit!
TCpisi More than 1 year ago
So much action packed into a short story! Another winner that just keeps me coming back for more! I can't wait for the next book! I love those witches...