The Dangerous Book for Demon Slayers (Demon Slayer #2)
Demon slaying powers should come with an instruction book ...
Seriously. Why does a new hair dryer have a twelve-page how-to manual, but when it comes to ancient demon-fighting hocus-pocus, my biker witch granny gives me just half a dozen switch stars and a rah-rah speech? Oh, and a talking terrier, but that's another story. It's not like my job as a preschool teacher prep...more
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I have to say, I was disappointed.
This is a good book. I enjoyed it. But that's about it.
Lizzie was... annoying. Frustrat...more
The last book, The Accidental Demon Slayer set us up with the primary series characters. This installment provides us with Lizzie's backup crew as well as providing Lizzie herself with a bit more confidence in herself and her friends.
It still drove me a bit nuts---yeah, it's funny---it's also deep in Lizzie trying to shed...more
Have you heard of the sophomore slump? For writers, this is what happens when you spend years working on your first novel: learning, preparing, plotting, drafting, revising, and workshopping. You submit it, it sells, and wham! you have a two book contract. Now what? You have to write the second novel in a matter of months. You've never done anything like that before; y...more
The plot was fun, and it taught the readers more about the mysteries of Fox's magical...more
Which might be why I can't resist paranormal romances that make me laugh out loud. Give me MaryJanice Davidson, Kim Harrison, Jud...more
In Book 2 Lizzie seems to have things a little more under control and has accepted (if not happily) her genetic birthright. Unfortunately life has a way of messing thin...more
Genre: Paranormal “Romance”
Ok, some details about this book. This is actually the second book in a series. The first book is called The Accidental Demon Slayer and that is the name of the series as well. I am pretty sure that there is going to be another one as well. I have not read the first book but that didn’t seem to be a problem while reading this one. There was just enough information to give a new reading background into what happened in...more
This time Lizzie and th...more
Okay, seriously, this series is as silly as they come, but it also has it moments. The licensing test...more
I read the first book in this series about a year ago and liked it. Not enough to rush right out and buy the next book but enough that I remembered what happened. (Honestly, I often forget a book's plot five minutes after I finish reading.)
This series is pretty much what I recalled. It's not groundbreaking. There not much new h...more
Lizzy's uncle has been seduced by a succubus in Las Vegas and the gang set out to save him. But first she needs a demon slayer license and that will not be easy. And Dimitri sets out on his own. She has her hands full.
Lizzy learned a whole lot of new tricks, Pirate was awesome, they found a new friend. Dimitri was rather elusive. The biker witches, oh they make this book. And the fairies were a nice touch to it....more
The story line was a little reminiscent of Katie MacAlister’s Aisling Grey series, which I LOVE. Our poor girl, gets sucked into a world she didn’t know anything about, her dog starts talking and she has a gorgeous shifter. Fox definitely kept it fun.
In Book 1, Fox tosses you right into Lizzie, and the craziness kicks up in full g...more
I enjoyed the continuing development of the relatio...more
For the highlights:
Lizzie does not get to go to Greece with Dimitri. Instead, she has to head to Vegas to save an uncle she did not even know she had. Surprisin...more
The story is about Lizzie Brown, who recently found out she was a demon slayer. Lizzie has to travel to Vegas to stop a succubus with plans to unleash Armageddon on earth. Along to help her is a coven of biker witches, her griffin boyfriend, and her dog - Pirate.
I really liked the writing in this one. The author is able to write conversations in a relevant way. The characters speech is...more
Overall this book was entertaining. I like the way Angie writes. Not...more
The best thing about the book is the biker witches who don't get enough exposure. I'd rather have read more about them than Dimitri and his sex obsession when more importa...more
Okay, just finished it. The end was good but I was glad to finish. It was 'okay'.
I must say that Ms. Fox has a way with profanities. Oh Sheboygan! That was funny.
It's a good book and the series has great potential. I'm looking forward to the next book.
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