Review: Beverly Hills Demon Slayer by Angie fox


Publisher: Season
Publishing Date: July 2014
ISBN: 9781939661197
Genre: Fantasy
Rating: 1.5/5.0

Publisher Description: 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.

Review: Cover art catches the eye and you can never miss with a cute dog.

This got really high reviews so maybe it is a girl thing. I just didn’t get it. Tongue and cheek comedy at a constant churn and a cutsey talking dog named Pirate got really old. Hot bod Dimitri/Griffon husband casting stern glances at everyone with Lizzie constantly on the horn dog. There is also a dragon in the backyard and some demon spawn in the garage. Yay!

Each scene is stretched out for-fuggin’-ever. And the dialogue that entwines itself within is tedious and mundane. Especially with her estranged Dad, the fallen Angel. Gonna have to give this a skip.

One thought on “Review: Beverly Hills Demon Slayer by Angie fox

  1. If there’s one thing that makes me gag more than hot tea with honey, it’s using some cute little animal sent to weaken my resolve not to buy whatever the animal is selling. The dog on the cover of this book looks like he’s gone one too many rounds with Cujo. Good review but I’ll pass on the book.

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