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  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington (April 26 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758263090
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758263094
  • Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 2.7 x 21 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #280,085 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Jetches TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Oct. 2 2012
Format: Paperback
Well this book was very different and very likable at the same times. I’ve never read about an inter-galactic demon hunter. Well I have read Touched by an Alien by Gini Koch, which does sort of resemble this book, except her involves Aliens, secret agents and a more in depth plot and story line. However, this one was new and refreshing. Although, there were many little odd things. More like awkward moments. Like someone bursting into flames and it’s the only time it happens and its barely explained or touched on. And there is a zombie for a little bit. I guess there are just many different supernatural being and events in this novel it almost seemed a little crowded and off focus. That being said it was still a pretty decent story line. Although why she was chosen was never really explained. This novel is also very heavily focused on the romance/sex for the first half of the novel and then it sort of didn’t focus on it so much which also made it a little awkward. But the hot and heavy scenes were very hot and very heavy. And made me want a Brand of my own.
Brand—hot. Hottie. Made me melt. Also appose to lying. Love him
Addy—Tough chick. And uses a lot of southern slang
The Thrawl—She was not explained very well. I mean she sounded sort of like a bad guy but is apparently good. She sucks emotions out of people…???
Overall (Writing style, story line, and general):
Overall some of the book was awkward. I felt like the story line needed further explanations, there were some parts that could have been cut completely and a better focus on what the author really wants to come across. However, the characters were interesting, the guys were hot, and some things were a little scary and actually made my heart race a bit. So I have to admit that I will continue with the series with the hopes that it will pick up better in the next book.

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By J. F. Breukel on July 11 2011
Format: Paperback
This book is a very well written book, with lots of southern humour. I was unable to put it down.
Lexi George is a awesome writer and can not wait for her next book, with hopefully the story of Ansgar.
Highly recommend this book.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
engaging satirical romantic urban fantasy April 30 2011
By Harriet Klausner - Published on
Format: Paperback
In Hannah, Alabama florist Addy Corwin has a bit of a problem. A demon has branded her as his. Out of seemingly thin air, a hunk appears carrying a flaming sword. Brand the demon hunting Dalvahni rescues Addy and her dog Dooley.

Brand may be from another dimension, but he is not the only weirdness Addy encounters. Her dog is now a linguist and a cat streaks through the air. Furthermore the town has a horde of demons and other non-humans, none seemingly football fans. With Brand at her side and accompanied by her best friend Evie and his fellow warrior Ansgar. they begin cleaning the town of the ugly plague.

Demon Hunting in Dixie is an engaging satirical romantic urban fantasy that stars strong somewhat stereotypical lead protagonists and a solid support cast. The different mental wiring between an earth female and a Dalvahni male leads to humorous misunderstandings as the gap is much further than Men from Mars and Women from Venus. When the story line focuses on the romance or demon removal, the tale is at its best. Though there are too many subplots, fans will enjoy a visit to demon cleansing in Alabama

Harriet Klausner
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Laughter in the true south... May 4 2011
By Dave Kelsen - Published on
Format: Paperback
I'm not big on this kind of book, but I have read quite a few romances (my wife is a huge fan of Georgette Heyer, and I read all her books). This book piqued my interest, as I have lived in the south for 30 of the last 33 years. In addition to being funny, it is spot on with respect to the attitudes exhibited by the locals, smart and smarmy!

This book was very entertaining, and I recommend it highly! I look forward to sequels from Ms. George (kind of an odd name for a southern girl, but what the heck...)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Lots of Humor for a Paranormal Nov. 3 2011
By Chelsea Snow - Published on
Format: Paperback
In the beginning of the story, you met Addy and her dog Dooley, as they take their nightly run. Her dog breaks loose and runs into a forest that wasn't there before. She feels like evil is watching her and is attacked by a Djegrali Demon. Then a man appears out of a portal, who brandishes a flaming sword. There are two of the demons and the man, Brand kills one of the creatures. Before the second creature escapes it stabs her with its poisonous claws and she passes out.

She wakes in her house with the mysterious man Brand beside her, who tells her he's a Dalvahni warrior, who's lived over 10,000 years and that he hunts Djegrali demons through the realms. He wants to stay and protect her because when the demon stabbed her, he marked her and will be back to finish her off. To make matters more interesting she asks him how he knew where she lived and he informs her that Dooley told him. At this point, she's thinking he's just a gorgeous lunatic. Addy is disbelieving until he calls her dog over and tells her to speak and Dooley obliges by speaking English.

The book has a Southern charm feel to it. Like how Addy lives in one of those small towns in Hannah, Alabama. The kind of town where everyone gossips and everyone knows everyone else's business. Throughout the book Addy is more terrified of her mama than she is of a demon hunting her. Believe me, when you meet her mama, you'll be running scared too.
Besides the southern charm, Demon Hunting Dixie has an abundant amount of humor splashed throughout the pages. To put it mildly there are Demons, possessed dead bodies roaming the town, a talking dog, a flying fae kitten with gorgeous wings, a scary mama, magical abilities, and much more.

I don't normally read this kind of paranormal, but this book kept my attention and was a nice change from my normal paranormal. If you like feisty Southern heroines with quirky sayings, thrown into the supernatural world, without a life preserver, than you'll like this book.

I did receive this book for Free to give my honest review. This did not affect the rating on the book and my rating/review is strictly my own opinion.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Possibly the Best Thing I read in 2011 Aug. 6 2011
By Douglas C. Meeks - Published on
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I won't waste time retelling the book, it is set in a South Alabama town and 2 demon hunters come calling. Where can you go from there that is not going to be funny? I live in Alabama and found it delightful, entertaining and gave me the ability to place faces and voices to the characters. This is a MUST BUY novel and I cannot wait for the next one. It does indeed have a serious (well maybe passionate is better) love story and should not be missed. I have to 2nd the reviewer that said don't be drinking anything while reading this, you might choke :) If you like the novels of GA Aiken (Dragon Kin) and her clone Shelly Laurenston then you will love this book. The humor is as good as the early Queen Betsy novels, just think Mayberry meets the Twilight Zone with some really odd neighbors and family thrown in, you have no soul if you don't fall in love with this book.

5/5 Stars easy
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Worth watching this Author May 3 2011
By Readsalot - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is a fun read, a nice debut, a pleasant diversion.

I agree with one of the previous reviewers that it was overpriced :-(. I don't want ALL my money back just 33%. The author & editor are still honing their craft & given todays book market (so many wonderful books out there!) that inexperience should be reflected in a books price, while still encouraging (& compensating) new authors in their efforts.

I will watch out for more from Lexi George, but as yet her work lacks the story flow, entertainment value & reader involvement (ability(?)) of more experienced writers.

The potential is there, in both the author & maybe a sequel or a series. The next books cost will determine if I purchase any more of Ms George's offerings. In fairness 3 stars IMO is a tad low as a rating for a book that has a quite 'original take' on the PR genre but the southern USA wordiness(?) & slightly flat characters just mean it isn't a 4 star level.

Good luck with future endeavors Ms George, I hope you continue to develop & hone your craft.

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