Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Review: The Accidental Demon Slayer by Angie Fox

The Accidental Demon Slayer by Angie Fox

Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Hells Angels, topped with an awesome amount of Magical fun and mischief, and a dashingly handsome man to accompany our heroine, as the cherry on top of the dessert.

It can’t be helped to instantly fall in love with this fun and exciting read after meeting an old biker lady claiming to be Lizzie’s grandmother who shows up on the day of her birthday locking her in her own bathroom to protect her from a supposed demon. That’s the last time she lets any strangers into her house claiming to be family! But boy, was the old bag right! At the very second of her birth on her 30th birthday her powers are unlocked, a demon emerges from the toilet, and suddenly her bathroom is glowing purple thanks to a jar of-you don’t want to know.

Now, she can understand every word her dog says, she’s running from demons, being saved by a griffin/sexy man, and officially has joined a coven of biker witches. What is the world coming too? Oh yeah, she is also a demon slayer. I can’t forget to leave that part out.

This story has all the makings of being a great television series if I do say so myself.

To fight demons she must learn and follow three truths, accept the universe, look to the outside, and sacrifice yourself. Nothing about these three truths comes easy to Lizzie, but as she starts to gain experience and begins to open herself up and embrace them she will find that within her is the potential power she will need to wield if she wants to succeed. But she better hurry! Grandma’s in hell, She’s linked to a Griffin, Wolves our nipping at her toes, and a demons waiting to be defeated. Yep, just another crazy day at the office. J

This is a whirl wind of fun I would recommend to anyone looking for a laugh with a side of romance. It’s filled with great characters (my favorite being the talking dog, Pirate), a strong plot, and an endless amount of surprises! It’s not hard at all to see why I've rated it 5 out of 5.

Buy your copy here: Amazon

Brenda Franklin, author of The Pulse Trilogy (a Steady Pulse, Barely Beating, and Flat Line) and Guardian, a fated pairing.

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