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My Big Fat Demon Slayer Wedding: Volume 5 (A Biker Witches Novel) Paperback – 28 Jun 2013
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New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox writes books about demon slayers, biker witches and things that go bump in the night. Visit Angie at www.angiefox.com
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This was the first book I've read by Fox, after downloading the book for free last month.
Yes, I realise it is the middle of the series, but I thought I'd jump in and give it a go.
The story is pretty easy to pick up, and I was soon immersed in the fun of Lizzie and Dimitri's wedding.
After Lizzie hands over the wedding details to her control-freak mother (who coincidentally doesn't know she's a demon slayer, or that witches and griffins exist); and Dimitri's newly-extended family unexpectedly turns up at the venue; everything gets hysterical.
Then there are the coven of harley-riding, swearing, leather-wearing, pensioner witches. Who like to change tea into alcohol, when the mood takes them.
It's already an awesome, and amusing mix, when suddenly not everything is as innocent as it appears. A demon, or demonic force, is intent on ruining Lizzie's wedding, and perhaps more.
Which means Lizzie has to juggle keeping everyone happy, finding out what danger they're in, and getting married to the man she loves.
I really enjoyed this story, it's light-hearted and fun. Being the middle of an established series, the characters all felt really strong.
This was a really nice paranormal mystery.
We really see lizzie come into her own and finally she has realised that she has a family and people that love her and make her a stronger person! It's been an emotional journey.
Dimitri oh my, please tell me there is a Dimitri shaped mould somewhere and that someone has started up a production line, I mean just how much swoon worthiness can one man (or sexy shapeshifting griffin) contain?
It was good to finally meet people from Lizzie's pre demon slayer life and lovely to see them accept her new life even if it was a little reluctantly at first, especially after the knock back from her biological father in the last book.
As always there is guaranteed hilarity whenever the biker witches, Pirate and Flappy are in tow and this book is no exception.
I really hope this isn't the last book in the series but if it is then it is indeed the perfect ending to what has been a fabulous journey!
In the last book we met Lizzie's father - well if you could call the toad that! and in the book previous we meet her biological mother - who was also not much of a loss. In this book we meet her adoptive Mum and Dad- hold onto your hats! A Very good read!
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