“George’s rip-snorting Southern-fried paranormal debut delivers hilarious one-liners, sexy alpha males, and plenty of mayhem.” —Publishers Weekly
A warrior, a demon, and the girl next door . . .
Addy Corwin is a florist with an attitude. A bad attitude, or so her mama says, ’cause she’s not looking for a man. Mama’s wrong. Addy has looked. There’s just not much to choose from in Hannah, her small Alabama hometown. Until Brand Dalvahni shows up, a supernaturally sexy, breathtakingly well-built hunk of a warrior from—well, not from around here, that’s for sure. Mama thinks he might be European or maybe even a Yankee. Brand says he’s from another dimension.
Addy couldn’t care less where he’s from. He’s gorgeous. Serious muscles. Disturbing green eyes. Brand really gets her going. Too bad he’s a whack job. Says he’s come to rescue her from a demon. Puh-lease. But right after Brand shows up, strange things start to happen. Dogs talk and reanimated corpses stalk the quiet streets of Hannah. Her mortal enemy Meredith, otherwise known as the Death Starr, breaks out in a severe and inexplicable case of butt boils. Addy might not know what’s going on, but she definitely wants a certain sexy demon hunter by her side when it all goes down . . .
“A not-to-be-missed Southern-fried, bawdy, hilarious romp.” —Beverly Barton, New York Times–bestselling author
“A demonically wicked good time.” —Angie Fox, New York Times–bestselling author
“A steel magnolia meets Conan the Barbarian in one of the best books I have ever read . . . Amazingly hilarious.” —Fresh Fiction
George's rip-snorting Southern-fried paranormal debut delivers hilarious one-liners, sexy alpha males, and plenty of mayhem. Addy Corwin's mostly normal smalltown life becomes decidedly bizarre when a nasty demon marks her as his and a "wet dream on steroids" of a demon hunter materializes from nowhere to save her. Her dog starts talking, fairies are real, and some townsfolk turn out to be more than human. Demon hunter Brand and florist Addy share instant sparks and outstanding sex, and their relationship builds with believable passion as they get through the usual misunderstandings. Multiple subplots and long-winded Southern scene settings detract from the main story's flow, and setups for sequels could have been handled in fewer pages, but George is a natural storyteller who offers a genuinely funny new voice in paranormal romance.
Demon Hunting in Dixie
Excellent series starter!! Look forward to reading more of Addie, Brand and the gang