“George serves up memorable Southern one-liners while upping the stakes in this satisfyingly funny series installment.” —Publishers Weekly
Demons, shifters, zombies: You don't have to go to hell, but you can't stay here. It's last call on Earth.
Rebekah “Beck” Damian runs a demonoid bar where everyone's welcome—even a reformed flesheater who's strictly vegetarian, a musical ghost who's looking for a piano bar, and a feline harbinger of doom named Wampus Kitty who's scaring the customers. So when a big strapping demon-hunter walks into the bar, Beck knows it's not the end of the world. She'll treat him like any other customer. If only she could.
Conall Dalvahni is the toughest, meanest, sexiest demon-hunter Beck's ever seen—and she's finding it awful hard to hide her attraction. As far as Conall's concerned, the feeling is mutual. But how can he trust a beautiful half-demon babe like Beck—when her demonic friends have the perfect weapon to destroy every hunter on earth? With all the sparks flying between Beck and Conall, it's hard to tell who's the predator and who's the prey. Either way, love is hell—and impossible to resist . . .
A RITA Award Finalist
“Clever, fast-paced and sexy as hell, George's third adventure set in Hannah, Ala., is a steamy, heartfelt treat from start to finish.” —RT Book Reviews (4.5 Stars, TOP PICK!)
Half-demon Rebekah "Beck" Damian owns a bar that caters to the paranormal residents of Hannah, Ala. In George's madcap third demon-hunting paranormal (after Demon Hunting in Dixie), Beck's firmly controlled life goes to hell in a hurry when a hot, arrogant Dalvahni demon hunter shows up, throwing Beck into infuriating lust and a load of unwanted trouble. "Alpha male jackass" Conall thinks Beck knows something about a weapon that can wound the near-invulnerable Dalvahni. Prickly Beck is bewilderingly attractive to the "unemotional creature of logic" that is the Dalvahni warrior, plus he's supposed to kill demons, not fall for them. Added for fun and depth are a sweet shifter dog, a depressed vegetarian zombie, a screechy Wampus Kitty, and scores more. George again serves up memorable Southern one-liners ("He was irritating as a pair of burlap drawers") while upping the stakes in this satisfyingly funny series installment.