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    Angie Fox is amazing!

    I received and ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. As usual I couldn't put Angie Fox's book down! I devoured every page. This series is a must read. All of the characters are hilarious in their own right. Lizzie, the biker witches, and Pirate make me laugh out loud constantly, and Lizzie's straight laced mom brings on her own laughs. This was a great tie-in to the last book, but you don't absolutely have to read all of the books in the series in their order to enjoy the series. Can't wait for more Demon Slaying!
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    What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting

    What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting by Angie Fox Eighth book in the Demon Slayer Biker Witch paranormal mystery series. There are almost as many novellas in this series as well. You can find the reading order on the author’s website. The books should be read in order. The Demon Slayer is again fighting for her life against evil with the Biker Witches and family helping. Lizzie has come full circle with family and fighting skills. This latest evil takes all hands on deck. Mostly dark because of the demons. Tense, mystery format with lighter moments provided by Pirate. I love these continuing stories of the granny aged witches as a motorcycle gang and Lizzie’s success at fighting Demons but mostly inept witch skills. The whole jelly jar spell holder concept makes me want to start collecting them in case someday I have a need. Excerpt because I love humor more than almost anything else in my reading: “But the second Crazy Frieda’s motorcycle stopped next to me, Pirate leapt out of the sidecar like a dog on fire. “Wow, what a ride!” he said, shaking off in a move that involved his entire body. He turned in a circle. “I broke my new bug-eating record! I love it, they just fly right into your mouth, and you don’t have to chase them or anything!” Pirate was an energetic Jack Russell terrier, mostly white but with a dollop of brown on his back that wound up his neck and over one eye. Ever since I’d come into my powers, I’d been able to speak with my dog. In real sentences. In the beginning, I’d thought my new ability would enable me to at last crack the code on canine thoughts and behaviors. Now, I understood my dog mostly thought about bacon and beef jerky and pretty much any food besides the food I bought for him.” Frieda winked at me and patted her stacked blond hair, miraculously unmussed from her silver and white motorcycle helmet. “I’ll go ahead and get the little baby a snack.” Frieda strolled for the main building, Pirate trotting at her side. “Dog treats,” I called, “you know you want to be a good dog.” “I heard her say hot dog,” Pirate remarked.” Excerpt From What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting by Angie Fox This material may be protected by copyright.
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    Demons and Baby don't mix

    I received this book through Netgalley for a honest review. I love Lizzie and her "family". I was happy and worried when I seen she was going back to her hometown. Now that she is there I think it would be nice to see her visit every once in a while. Lizzie finds herself wondering if she has screwed up when she goes home and finds her mom has been possessed by a demon (maybe). As the book unfolds we get to have our favorite New Orleans spirit come back for some advice and help only he can provide. Or so Lizzy thinks. We also cover love and betrayal. Lizzie has a lot going on and can she get her head straight to save her mom and herself. There is a great ending with some surprise people in it. Angie is a great story teller. I love to seat down with many of her books. You always seem to be on a paranormal ride. You are not going to want to put this book down. It has magic, comedy, hot guy, mystery, and biker Granny witches. What more could you want in a book.
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    Another fun romantic paranormal thriller!

    The top of your reading list just hit the shelves with Angie Fox’s What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting. Fresh off of a crazy adventure in the Big Easy, Lizzie and crew are headed for her hometown but little do they know, she’s bringing more than her hunky husband, talking dog, dragon-in-training, and my favorite, her grandmother and the biker witches with her. Fox’s relationship building game is strong as ever in this 8th installment of her Demon Slayer series as she tackles the tenuous relationship between Lizzie, her society maven mother, and financial wizard father. We get some of the backstory between these characters, and a glimpse of how life comes full circle. Trust and the boundaries that go with it are tested, and ultimately Lizzie discovers who she can trust, and who she can’t as she battles forces that are largely a mystery to her and her cohorts. As usual, spells are flying from the biker witches’ shenanigans, the detailed love scenes are very hot and steamy, and Lizzie’s wacky pets will keep you laughing. This is a great read that I devoured in an afternoon. My favorite thing about the book: the nostalgic nods to loved ones past and getting to know Lizzie’s mother, better. What would “improve” the book for me: there’s no such thing as too much Grandma Gertie and the biker witches, and while this has nice amount of detail in it, I could always do with more (i.e. what people were wearing/eating/hearing/smelling, what did the room/house/store/scenery look like, etc.). After all is said and done, will the beloved Demon Slayer and her fearless husband be around for a new chapter with the biker witch brigade and the cast of mostly merry misfits? You’ll have to read to find out, but I think you’ll enjoy every minute of it as much as I did. I loved the direction Fox went with this book, and if you’re already invested in the characters, you will, too. If you’re new to the series, you don’t necessarily have to start with book one to enjoy this one, but I highly recommend you read it at some point. Fan of romantic paranormal thrillers? Welcome to your new addiction. The good news is, there are seven other full length novels, and a couple of shorter novellas to keep you busy throughout the summer. Recommended for any reader who enjoys laugh out loud humor, super steamy love scenes, mile-a-minute action, and well developed characters in the paranormal genre.
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    Good reading

    This was the most interesting book of the series. Than you
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