Demon Hunting in Dixie
Publish date: May 1st 2011
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Demon Hunting (#1)
Deep breath. There was a moment that really pissed me off. Let's get that out of the way first. If I wasn't reading this for Bingo, it probably would have been DNF'd. Brand and Addy (Adara) are the main characters. So, of course, Brand is a walking wet dream. I guess that gives him the excuse to beh...
I totally enjoyed this book. It definitely fell into the insta-love category though so if that bugs you, avoid this one. It was a humorous PnR full of southern stereotypes (just because it’s a stereotype, doesn’t mean it isn’t accurate). Everything involving Dwight Farris’ funeral, and his loved one...
Really funny in some places, a little cliche in others. A fun fast read which made me smile.
Maybe I'm not in the mood but I can't continue reading. It's so silly, it's ridiculous.
The story is cute, but not very well developed. It has about every cliche about small town in the South. Since I grew up in a small town in the South, it did resonate with me. There were even a few places that made me laugh out loud. Don't expect too much from this story, but mindless story that...