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They say you can’t go home again, but I’m going to take a few biker witches and give it a try. I expected my mom to give me some grief about the leather pants, but I didn’t expect to find her in the clutches of a demonic entity I accidentally left behind years ago.

She always told me to clean up my messes.

Now, it’s up to me and the Red Skull biker witches to make things right. With one tiny complication…

I’m pregnant with Dimitri Kallinikos’s baby, and my loving lug of a shape-shifting griffin is hell bent on keeping me and our child safe—at the risk of life, limb, and my dwindling sanity.

But I can’t stop fighting now. I’ll battle dark spirits, demons, and morning sickness. Because it's my family at stake, and I’d rather die than let any of them go.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
April 18
Moose Island Books
Angela Marie Fox

Customer Reviews

Holly72557 ,

Exciting ride!

Lizzie is looking forward to her return home. Except while on the phone with her mother, Lizzie discovers an entity has captured her mother. The Red Skulls try frantically to save her mother in time. There is just one big hitch. Lizzie is pregnant! There are twists and surprising turns aplenty. So hold onto your handlebars because you are in for an exciting ride. Enjoy!

1BizzyReader ,

Interesting Addition

I can honestly say this is one of my favorite series Lizzie and the gang never disappoint me. I always finish off each book with a smile on my face! This book was no different. Though there were times during reading I though I’d be a little sad at the end I totally wasn’t.

Lizzie has for sure stepped I a steaming pile of trouble this time. Trouble that’s way outta the gangs depth, or so they think. What started out as an innocent trip to visit Lizzie’s mother Hillary so that she could throw Dimitri a big birthday bash has ended up a possession no one quite knows how to handle. The need to exercise what they think is a demon without killing its host is real strong in this book so a gentler solution needs to be found. Can the gang exercise the demon from Hillary before she is gone forever is the burning question this book poses and it’s it really a demon or something else....

All the major players make an appearance in this book, and lots of big news is shared. It’s a great addition to the series and brings the series onto whole new path. I can’t wait to see if there are more great books in this series future!!

*I received this book in exchange for an honest review that does not change my opinion of this book*.

ReadingOverTV2 ,

What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting by Angie Fox

What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting by Angie Fox

Eighth book in the Demon Slayer Biker Witch paranormal mystery series. There are almost as many novellas in this series as well. You can find the reading order on the author’s website. The books should be read in order.

The Demon Slayer is again fighting for her life against evil with the Biker Witches and family helping. Lizzie has come full circle with family and fighting skills. This latest evil takes all hands on deck.
Mostly dark because of the demons. Tense, mystery format with lighter moments provided by Pirate.

I love these continuing stories of the granny aged witches as a motorcycle gang and Lizzie’s success at fighting Demons but mostly inept witch skills. The whole jelly jar spell holder concept makes me want to start collecting them in case someday I have a need.

Excerpt because I love humor more than almost anything else in my reading:
“But the second Crazy Frieda’s motorcycle stopped next to me, Pirate leapt out of the sidecar like a dog on fire.
“Wow, what a ride!” he said, shaking off in a move that involved his entire body. He turned in a circle. “I broke my new bug-eating record! I love it, they just fly right into your mouth, and you don’t have to chase them or anything!”
Pirate was an energetic Jack Russell terrier, mostly white but with a dollop of brown on his back that wound up his neck and over one eye. Ever since I’d come into my powers, I’d been able to speak with my dog. In real sentences. In the beginning, I’d thought my new ability would enable me to at last crack the code on canine thoughts and behaviors. Now, I understood my dog mostly thought about bacon and beef jerky and pretty much any food besides the food I bought for him.”
Frieda winked at me and patted her stacked blond hair, miraculously unmussed from her silver and white motorcycle helmet. “I’ll go ahead and get the little baby a snack.” Frieda strolled for the main building, Pirate trotting at her side.
“Dog treats,” I called, “you know you want to be a good dog.”
“I heard her say hot dog,” Pirate remarked.”
Excerpt From What to Expect When Your Demon Slayer is Expecting by Angie Fox
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