From Goodreads: A warrior, a demon, and the girl next door. . .
Looking For Trouble
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. . .
Bought for Myself
Overall Rating 4.00
Character Rating 4.25
Story Rating 3.75
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NOTE: Oh this is one for the Snort Club! I am telling you I belly laughed through out this whole book. If you are looking for just some good old-fashion fun when reading then this book is for you!
What I LOVED: Evie! Yes I know this is Addy’s book. If I had to be honest, it is Evie that really made me smile. She is such a fantastically written character from the beginning to the end. I love when a secondary character gets to come out and be a star (at least to me and Ansgar). Call it the “frump girl” in me but that kind of character always makes me root for them! Of course I loved Blondie (Ansgar), Addy, and Brand too. Demon Hunting in Dixie is full of moments that just make you laugh out loud till you snort. In fact, fair warning: no drinking of liquids while reading! I love that Demon Hunting in Dixie was light, fun, and humorous all the way through.
What I LIKED: The story was fun and quirky! While it was a little slow in the middle, there were tons of funny moments to fill in the holes. I had fun reading about the adventures in the little town of Hannah and can’t wait to read more! The town was just full of quirky characters that you just want to visit again.
Complaints: None! Don’t read on an empty stomach because you will be wanting some good old fashioned southern comfort food. Seriously, there was one section that I was craving Fried Chicken without the super hot sauce though!
Just a few favorite MOMENTS (all from the first because I am not giving anything away):
“Supernatural woo-woo was way out of her league. Who was she kidding? The stuff she’d seen tonight didn’t happen to anybody. It was too SyFy Channel for words.”
“Y-you wanna go out sometimes? I got my own truck.” Lord love a redneck, Addy though with a mental eye roll.
“You bet your bippy I’m upset.” Addy’s voice rose. “I’m Mount Vesuvius, and I’m fixing to go Pompeii on your ass.”
Why I gave it a 4.00: If you like fun Southern humor with a bit of paranormal thrown in then this book is for you! I would put Lexi in my Dakota Cassidy and Molly Harper love group. Only the best for the Snort Club!
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