Halloween is spooky fun - in Some Like It Hexed!
Potions, parties, and more. Demon slayer Lizzie Brown expects her biker witch friends to throw a crazy Halloween party, but she doesn't count on it turning into a biker witch recruitment event at the local senior center.
It might look like fun and games, but there's trouble brewing just beyond the dance floor. And when a witch is struck with a mysterious curse, the party may be over for Lizzie and her friends.
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Will Grandma Survive to see another Halloween.
I was so excited to read another Biker Witch story. This is a very fast read. But full of laughs and suspense. It's Halloween and the vail between us and the spirt world is at its thinnest. Grandma asks Lizzy to come to a Halloween party. This makes Lizzy suspicious because Grandma doesn't have parties she gets into mischief but a party? Fearing Grandma is up to something she agrees to attend. When she reaches the address she was given she can't believe her eyes, this can't be right she thinks. But it is and Grandma explains that she is trying to bring positive energy back into this place. After a bit Grandma isn't looking so good and goes to rest for a bit. Lizzy is understandably worried, her Gram is quite old. Liz goes to get their group healer but when she returns she can't find Grandma. As usual, in an Angie Fox novel things can take a dramatic change with the turning of the page. When Lizzie does find Grandma she worries that her skills may not be enough. Be sure to grab your copy and read it on a creepy spooky night.
A great short, quick read in the Demon Slayer series!
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I don't normally care for novellas since they tend to feel like you're reading an entirely different series, but the Demon Slayer novellas seem to hold true to the series. I really enjoyed this short, quick read, but it just didn't have a lot of spunk like the other novellas in this series seemed to have. The resolution was reached pretty quickly, with not as much humor as I would have liked to see from the biker witches, but all in all I came away happy that I had read it.