Zombies, a demon slayer, a sexy shifter and wild bikers, what more could anyone want in a humorous story, or any story for that point? This book is part of a series about Lizzie, one of the only demon slayers around. While the series introduces all of the characters and what they can do, this book can be read and enjoyed without having read the others. Just hold on to your seat because Lizzie and the biker witches are off to New Orleans. Let the good times roll! Okay, maybe there aren’t that many good times but there is plenty of adventure. The feel of New Orleans comes across the page as Lizzie visits the French Quarter, Bourbon Street and a cemetery where a voodoo priestess is buried. Yeah, voodoo plays a big part in this book. This book is thoroughly enjoyable and I loved it. Lizzie is an awesome character that makes everything real and feel down to earth which is awesome as much of the book is other worldly. And, once finished, I wonder what next? Lizzie is bound to get into something interesting!
Lizzie is asked to help out a friend in New Orleans. It seems there is a dead white alligator roaming around in the swamp. It really needs to be killed so it stays dead. Lizzie agrees but her Grandma’s biker witches want to come too. Better yet, one of them has a family home they can all stay in. Granted the house is haunted but it would be a free place to stay. This is just the beginning as Lizzie learns that there is more going on than just a walking dead reptile!
Lizzie Brown is all for letting the good times roll…until a dark voodoo church rises up in the bayou outside of New Orleans. Now ritual fires are burning long into the night and the dead are having a hard time staying that way.
Lizzie goes in undercover to put a stop to the madness. Good thing she can count on her sexy shape-shifter husband, as well as her Grandma’s gang of biker witches. Too bad nobody’s watching her trusty dog, Pirate, who has become way too friendly with the phantom haunting a long-forgotten Victorian séance room.
Secrets and spirits abound. Nothing is what it seems. And when legions of the dead threaten the city, there may be no stopping them.