After saving the Las Vegas strip from demon invasion newbie demon slayer Lizzie would love nothing more then to cozy up with her sexy shape-shifting boyfriend on the Greek island of Santorini for some well needed R&R. Unfortunately her plans get sidelined when someone creates a dark-magic version of herself that has both her knowledge and powers, and the intent to kill her and everyone she knows. But what this evil version of herself doesn't have is her grandmothers gang of biker witches, a talking jack russell terrier, or a sexy shape-shifting griffin on it's side. In the ultimate showdown for survival may the best twin, and demon slayer, win.
The first of Angie's books that I have been able to read, and I loved it! I will definitely be going back to read this series from the start. I want to revisit with the characters. Lizzie is awesome, her grandma is a kick a$$ biker witch...by the way, I think Angie might have met my granny somehow without my knowledge. And, and, her dog talks! I know!..I want myself a Pirate...um, that's her jack russell terriers name. Also, I have now added a new thing to my list of things I want to be when I don't grow up. A biker witch demon slayer, how cool is that I mean look at her boots. Angie Fox is simply... brilliant. Annnnd with that said, Angie, buddy, pal, give me more Lizzie! :) ...pleeeeease.
A Tale of Two Demon Slayers is the 3rd book in the Demon Sayer series by Angie Fox. I absolutely fell in love with Lizzie, her dog Pirate, Lizzie's very hot boyfriend Dimitri and her biker witch Grandma during the first 2 books.
In this 3rd installment of the series, we get to know more about Dimitri and his family. This book introduces a whole new set of characters that make up for a whirlwind ride. We get to meet Dimitri's sisters Diana and Dyonne, friends of his family Amara and Talos (who are sworn to protect them), and a formal instructor to train Lizzie (finally). In this book Lizzie is looking forward to some downtime with Dimitri but as things go it is anything but restful and relaxing.
I enjoyed this book greatly as an addition to the series and was sad when it ended all to quickly (read it in a day). As usual there is a lot of humor, action and romance throughout the book. I think the humor is one of my favorite part of the series. I also really like Lizzie, she is a very real character who is easy to relate to with her quirky tendencies (she may be slightly OCD). I am looking forward to the next book in the series, really hoping it won't be a super long time!