Reviewer: Jillean Key
Title: A Tale of Two Demon Slayers - 3rd in the Demon Slayers series
Author: Angie Fox
Release Date: February 2010
Genre/Sub-genre: Paranormal Romance
Year/Setting: Present day Las Vegas, Greece
Overall Rating: 5.0
Sexual Content Rating: Sensual
Language (Profanity/Slang) Content Rating: Mild
Violent Content Rating: Moderate
Angie's Website/Blog: angiefox.wordpress.com
Lizzie has just found out a month ago that she is the next demon slayer. In that month she has ridden with her Harley riding grandmother and her coven of witches battling demons. There is certainly no manual for how she is supposed to make it through curse-hurling imps, vengeful demons or even having a griffin for a boyfriend. To make matters worse now Lizzie must travel to Greece to meet her boyfriendís family.
Lizzie is hoping this will be the vacation of a lifetime. She will actually get to enjoy the sun and sand along with getting to know her boyfriend and his family better. Lizzieís fun in the sand is short-lived though. Someone has created a dark magic version of Lizzie with all of her knowledge and abilities. This person is using the dark magic Lizzie to kill her and everyone she knows. Lizzie must employ the help of her grandmother and her biker witches and her boyfriend Dimitri before she finds herself on the receiving end of a bad switch star.
This is the third book in Angie Foxís demon slayer series and is just as exciting as the other two. I was really excited to get this book to review. Ms. Fox does a wonderful job describing Greece and Dimitriís home. I kept reading and wishing I could take a Greek vacation. Lizzie has come such a long way from the last book in terms of her demon slaying abilities. She is finally starting to get the hang of the whole slaying business. I really was rooting for her through the whole book. The only problem she seems to have is her personal life. She just canít seem to get a break and it breaks my heart. Hopefully things will work out better in the next book in the series. Until then I highly recommend this book along with the other two in the series.
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