The Accidental Demon Slayer
by Angie Fox
Lizzie always had everything laid out. She planned every moment of every day. Nothing was out of her control.
So when her swearing, Harley-riding, hard-living grandmother shows up one day to tell her that her entire life has been a lie, it's not surprising that Lizzie has a difficult time accepting her fate.
The demon in her bathroom helps to change her mind.
The imps who attack her and her grandmother on the road reinforce her new knowledge.
And the hunky griffin who saves her life definitely opens her eyes.
She's "the Chosen One" who is destined to destroy demons and bar them from leaving Hell.
If only people would tell her how she's supposed to do all that.
Final thoughts: Messy. Very messy. I wanted to like this, but I kept losing track of what was going on. And then I found myself just plowing along instead of going back to figure out what was happening, mostly because I didn't really care. It takes only four days or so for her to completely change and become a bada$$, but it never really seems real. It's truly unbelievable. She's unable to make a real decision and stick to it. She's wishy-washy to the point of being a wet noodle. None of the characters are well-written and the big bad demon is really not very big or bad at the end.