Speed Date with Lizzie: MY BIG FAT DEMON SLAYER WEDDING by Angie Fox

Posted 25 July, 2013 | Mary @ TheBookSwarm | | 7 Comments

MY BIG FAT DEMON SLAYER WEDDING (Demon Slayer #5) by Angie Fox
Paranormal Romance
268 pages, paperback
Available now (June 2013)
Publisher: CreateSpace (self-pubbed)
Review copy provided by author for honest review

Lizzie Brown is about to have the destination wedding her dreams. But as this former preschool teacher knows, being a demon slayer makes everything more complicated. The vengeful Earl of Hell is still on her tail. And now it seems that 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 suspicously. And minions of the devil are popping up everywhere. Now Lizzie must protect her socialite mother, her Greek inlaws and her grandmother’s gang of biker witches – all of whom are convinced they know what’s best for her, and her big day. As the wedding draws closer, Lizzie has to learn who is behind the attacks – and fast – or risk losing everyone she loves.

First Date: Lizzie and I met back in 2008, when her first book, ACCIDENTAL DEMON SLAYER, was published. We had a good time, getting back together for the second and third books. But then we lost touch. It wasn’t that I didn’t like Lizzie and her talking dog or her granny and granny’s cadre of motorcycle-riding, spell-casting biker witches. It wasn’t that I disapproved of her soooper-hot honey, Dimitri (quite the contrary!). It was that her series stopped being published by LoveSpell and I couldn’t find it. I was sad. That is until this novel popped up on NetGalley, and I remembered how much I enjoyed Lizzie and all the over-the-top lunacy that revolves around her like planets orbiting the sun. Reunion dates, FTW!

Second Date: Lizzie’s grown quite a bit from the quiet, rule-following teacher in the first book and not just in the way she dresses (seriously, white capris are *not* made for Harley riding. Leather is definitely the way to go.). She’s found herself a good man, learned how to work with her powers and talents, accepted the fact that she’s got a serious job to do, and even finds the backbone to stand up to her mother, who’s rented a mansion and is organizing a week’s worth of “fun” festivities leading up to Lizzie’s wedding. But, because this is Lizzie we’re talking about, it all goes pear-shaped rather quickly, including someone trying to kill Lizzie and (what else?) demons.

Third Date: When not sneaking away to canoodle with her hot fiancé (seriously, did you know sound travels quite a bit in fog? And cries of passion can be mistaken for screams? Truth.), Lizzie does her best to corral her soon-to-be-relatives, the biker witches and her mother’s society friends and, of course, party-crashing demons. I’ve missed you, Lizzie! *tackle hugs* Maybe, let’s not wait so long before getting back together, huh?

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7 Responses to “Speed Date with Lizzie: MY BIG FAT DEMON SLAYER WEDDING by Angie Fox”

  1. Never heard of this series before. But.. sounds like a great series! Seems like she married into some interestting family 🙂

  2. I was unaware sound traveled well in fog, but I guess that make sense given how well it travels over water. Now I know not to canoodle in fog lest I give people the impression I’m being murdered. Good tip Mary! Glad you were able to find this series again, love it when I’m reunited with characters I enjoyed but lost track of.

  3. Oh no, white capris are not made for Harleys! I just had this vision of my 5th grade teacher wearing her capris, chunky sandals and cat eye glasses on a big hog…..ewww….can’t unsee! Lizzie sounds totally awesome, and I think I really need to meet this Dimitri guy. It sounds like this series has a lot of wacky action and adventure, and that’s my favorite kind of read. I’d never heard of this, so thanks for introducing me to it! 🙂

  4. You know I have this first book and I can’t wait to get to this one. It sounds like so much fun and total win on the smokin’ hot guy and talking dog. Although… knowing my dogs, a talking dog may not be such a great thing. LOL

  5. This sounds adorable. That’s one of the nice things about the self-pub industry. Sometimes it lets a really good author get through. It makes me sad when publishers drop authors I like.