New York Times bestselling series!
All that glitters is not gold…
Demon slayer Lizzie Brown isn’t exactly a diamonds and champagne type of girl. But when an ancient cult becomes the “in” thing in Beverly Hills, she realizes there’s more to it than youth potions, parties, and priceless Egyptian artifacts. There’s a demon involved…and Lizzie’s not on the guest list.
She goes in undercover, along with her sexy Greek shape-shifter husband, her biker witch buddies, and a dog that is way too fond of free appetizers and the red carpet lifestyle. Between dodging detection and uncovering ancient secrets, Lizzie has her hands full. And when the demon manages to hook his claws into Lizzie’s eternal soul, she’s afraid she may be stepping out for her final event.
"Fabulously fun" - The Chicago Tribune
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I adore this series
The accidental slayer series is so much fun to read. I have enjoyed every minute I have had with them. They are so funny, and yet thrilling all at the same time. This one though, had a moment where I came very close to closing it off my Ipad, and vowing to never ever read another book by this amazing author. Just really happy that I held that thought for a few more pages. The fact that any book can make you feel emotions, like the hurt and anger and sorrow that almost stopped me from reading another line, is a sign that it is honestly a remarkable read.
Beverly Hills Demon Slayer, sixth in the series
Beverly Hills Demon Slayer by Angie Fox
A fun romp and dangerous battle through good and evil. This is the sixth book in the demon Slayer series. Familiar characters both from earth and hell.
A little long winded in the early parts but it picks up as Lizzy starts to deal with her father. She continues to hope for the best in him, but he continues to disappoint and walk away unconcerned. We don't like him.
Pirate, the talking dog is always spunky and loving. And Dimitri? Hot, powerful and fully in love with Lizzy. Between them, the witches, and Lizzy, it's a fight well worth proving that good should always win over evil.