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Demon Hunting in a Dive Bar (Demon Hunting #3)

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  543 Ratings  ·  72 Reviews
Lexi George blends “hilarious one-liners, sexy alpha males, and plenty of mayhem” (Publishers Weekly) in the third of her paranormal series set in a small Alabama town filled with demonoids…and those who hunt them.

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 pian
Paperback, 320 pages
Published January 29th 2013 by Kensington (first published January 1st 2013)
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Kathy Martin
Jun 19, 2015 Kathy Martin rated it really liked it
The third Demon Hunting book lacked the over-the-top humor of the first two books but had a great story. Beck is a demonoid who was raised in her father's bar by a shape-shifting friend of her father's. Now the bar is hers and it has become a haven for the kith (supernaturals) who live in the area. It has also become a hang out for Connal Dalvahni who is the captain of all the Dalvahni. His attraction to Beck is somewhat baffling to him since he is a demon hunter and she is part demon.

The plot o
Apr 05, 2014 Kathy rated it liked it
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Douglas Meeks
Jan 31, 2013 Douglas Meeks rated it it was amazing
This 3rd installment in the Demon Hunting saga of Hannah Alabama looks to be better than the last outing. The fact is that it starts better, already had my interest captured after a few pages is not a bad joke of Southerners is always a plus. Starts out with Tommy the Zombie (nope, I don't make this stuff up) who is turned into a zombie by the Zombie master Evan to recon the "bar" and it only gets better. I was a small bit disappointed at the last one book but considering that Demon Hunting In D ...more
Kate McMurray
Feb 23, 2015 Kate McMurray rated it really liked it
This turned out to be a really fun, funny book that I was enormously entertained by. The romance is a little insta-love-y, but otherwise, this book has a great cast of characters and sense of humor. I read this for book club, but may go back and read the rest of the series now.
I need to read this one again. I skimmed it for book club, and enjoyed what I read, but it deserves a closer read. I'm going to start at the beginning of the series.
Jennifer  (Books That Hook)
Jun 12, 2016 Jennifer (Books That Hook) rated it it was amazing
Demon Hunting in a Dive Bar is the third book in the Demon Hunting series by Lexi George.

Point of View: third person
Setting: Alabama
Tense: past
Sexual Content: explicit, for 18 yrs and up

Demon Hunting in a Dive Bar is a great romantic story packed with action and interesting characters. I was surprised when I started reading it that it didn’t begin with the two main characters. Instead, we meet Tommy, a man who has been turned into a zombie by a demonoid (half human/half demon) to spy on Beck, a
Valéria Alves
Apr 18, 2016 Valéria Alves rated it really liked it
Heather andrews
May 06, 2014 Heather andrews rated it it was amazing

I loved this book so much, I'm going to have to go read the other two in this series. Conall oh my God that boy is something else, "you fascinate me," Conall said. His dark voice was rough. "I cannot decide whether you are brave or foolish. Perhaps both." I mean the boy will do anything to make Beck happy:
"My hair displeases you? It is a matter easily remedied. It grows quickly."
Beck felt her cheeks grow hot. "It's your hair. Wear it any way you like."
"But I want to please you."
I'm not real
Mar 04, 2014 Susan1566 rated it really liked it
Although I'm not a big fan of humour in my paranormal romance, the books in this series make up for the humour that I felt was a bit much. After reading the 1st 2 books I couldn't wait to get into this one. Again the Dhalvanni are worth wishing that there really were demons around. Beck brings something completely different to the series & with Conall as the leaders of the Dhalvanni, it's no wonder they do such a good job. It is so easy to see a long series continuing and I can't wait for an ...more
Feb 06, 2013 Susan rated it really liked it
While this book was not as funny as the first 2 I read by this author, it was still humorous. I loved how Conall explained the art of toasting marshmallows to Beck's daddy. And what a stunning cliffhanger. I didn't see that one coming!!
JAC/ loner/loser and complicated mess
In this instalment of the Demon Hunting series we have a vegetarian zombie, supernatural bar fights and demons in hot sauce.

I have waxed poetic before about how much I love the B movie, fast food quality of this series. It is super funny and doesn't take itself to seriously. That being said I found this instalment to be subtly different. It was still a hilarious and interesting read but it was also a little more stream lined. The previous two books had a rambling quality to them but this third
Jul 26, 2014 Claire rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Quick, funny, entertaining read that had me gasping and laughing out loud. Love the nerdy references too! I found hints to such greats as The Princess Bride, Monty Python & the Holy Grail and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Great summer reading and I will definitely go back to the rest in the series. Beck was a smart, entertaining heroine and Conall was the perfect "straight man" for her humor. His anachronistic way of speaking was hilarious, especially contrasted with the many and var ...more
Bambi Unbridled
I stuck around the quirky southern town of Hannah, Alabama this week for an extra dose of raucous demon-hunting hilarity in the deep South.

We met the heroine of this book, Rebekah "Beck" Damian, briefly in Demon Hunting in the Deep South during Evangeline and Lenora's man-hating drunk fest. Beck is a tough chick demonoid running a dive bar down by the river in backwoods Hannah. The bar, named for its owner, caters solely to the supernatural and is filled with a wiley bunch of demonoids (a/k/a k
Dotti Elrick
Jul 02, 2016 Dotti Elrick rated it really liked it
Demon Hunting in a Dive Bar is a great addition to the Demon Hunting series. It's the third book about these inter dimensional demon hunters. As with the first two this one was well written and lots of fun to read.
Conall is the leader of the Dalvahni, a race brought into existence for one purpose, eliminate demons. They are focused, emotionless, and extremely handsome. The last thing Conall expected, when he came to the small town of Hannah Alabama to find out what was up with his warriors fall
Jun 30, 2013 Ivyd rated it really liked it
Welcome to Hannah, Alabama where the uncommon is common if you only open your eyes. Rebekah, aka Beck, Damian is the demonoid (half human-half demon) co-owner of Beck’s, a bar on the river that caters to the expansive supernatural population of Hannah, ALA.
Conall Dalvahni is the Captain of the Dalvahni Demon Hunters. After two of his warriors, Brand and Ansgar, fall victim to the love bug in Hannah while investigating its extensive demonic activity, Conall comes to discover what’s what in this b
Jan 13, 2013 Lisa rated it really liked it
Shelves: earc
This is the 3rd full book in the Demon Hunting series by Lexi George.( there is also a novella) I've been waiting for this one for a while. Curious to see how the big bad leader of the Dalvahni deals with being in love. lol Beck is a half demon half human or Kith with many talents but she is also the owner of a bar that's for non humans only. Conall can't figure out why he can't get Beck out of his head. She seems to hate him and they should be natural enemies as she is half demon and he is a de ...more
All Things Urban Fantasy
Feb 04, 2013 All Things Urban Fantasy rated it really liked it
Review Courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy

The adage “don’t judge a book by its cover’ couldn’t be more true than when it comes to DEMON HUNTING IN A DIVE BAR which is nothing like the cheesy cover. This turned out to be a surprisingly hilarious, fun and fast read. The dialogue is witty and sharp with tons of quirky southernisms which helped enhance the swamplands feel of the New Orleans dive bar Beck owns and her community of truly weird people.

One of the aspects of this world I enjoyed was the
Sep 09, 2013 Cindy rated it it was amazing
Note: The arrival in the little town of Hannah, Alabama of the drop dead gorgeous Captain of the Dalvahni warriors to see why the noteworthy arrival of so many demons in this small town seems to grow daily. Note: One beautiful, tough young bar owner that will not put up with the prejudice of the Dalvahni's against her kind. Rebekah "Beck" Damian has been raised in a jungle of hate and misunderstanding. For she is kith! Half demon, half human. Just because she is blessed with some talents and abi ...more
Robin Priddy
Feb 11, 2013 Robin Priddy rated it really liked it
This is the third installment of Ms George's Demon Hunting series. What a wonderful series this is. The demon hunting warrior are mega hot. The story is fast-paced from start to finish. The setting is wonderful and the characters are wholly believable. Ms George brings back some characters from the first two books. I can't wait for the next installment in this wonderfull series.
Rebekah "Beck" Damian is half human and half demon. Beck's human father owed a bar while Beck was gowing up and when
Mar 25, 2013 Nora-adrienne rated it really liked it
Demon Hunting in a Dive Bar
By Lexi George
Copyright February 2013
Publisher: Brava

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 Dalvahn
Lisa Annesley
Feb 07, 2013 Lisa Annesley rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of Molly Harper and Kerrelyn Sparks
Recommended to Lisa Annesley by: RT Book Reviews

Beck is a demonoid--half-human, half-demon-- who runs a bar for supernaturals. Conall is captain of the Dalvahni warriors, demon hunters from another dimension. Natural enemies, right? Well, they have more in common than Conall realizes, and Beck doesn't stink like a demon. He discovers that she smells quite good up and personal. And they're off and running, with Beck fighting their mutual attraction and Conall trying to protect Beck from the bad guys. But Beck doesn't take orders from anyon
Apr 27, 2013 D.B. rated it it was amazing
I'm a big fan of this series, and just when I think it can't get any better - BAM!

This installment features Conall, the stone-cold leader of the Dalvahni, a race of interdimensional demon hunting warrior hunks. Seriously, his brand of stoic devotion to the job makes his fellow warriors seem downright gregarious. He's on a mission to investigate demonoids, human-demon hybrids who may represent a game-changer in his quest to eradicate his enemies.

Conall meets his match in Rebekah 'Beck' Damian, a
Aug 02, 2014 Imjstgr8 rated it really liked it
Well, I picked this book up from the library not knowing that it was part of a series. However I was able to read it without being confused or feeling like I missed anything. With that said, this book started great and was interesting and humorous throughout. The characters were ok, there weren't too many and the interaction between Beck and Conall was pretty good. My only problem was the ending but I realize that it is a set up for the next books. All in all a good book.
Feb 14, 2015 Lizzie rated it did not like it
Shelves: crap
02/12/15 "oh this is so silly I'm having a hard time getting through"

02/13/15 "The older I get, the more my likes and dislikes changed, and the more I've settled into my emotions. I say that to say how I am a bit irritated with this book. I can see greatness is coming. If I can just get past the flippin rollercoaster going through this chicks head."

"2/13/15 Nope, can't do it this book is stupid as hell."
Aug 03, 2013 Teresa rated it really liked it
At least three different times in the beginning I almost put this book down. The character Conall Dalvahni's dialog was simply horrid. I also figured out what I was reading was part of a series. I hadn't read the other two stories (regarding other characters/couples), so the connections mentioned and references were lost on me.

The author is stellar at writing a strong, spunky female main character (Beck Damian) but the male main character (Conall Dalvahni)came off a bit two-dimensional, stereoty
May 22, 2016 Cindy rated it it was amazing
What a fun book. I love Miss George's sense of humor. The characters in the book are a riot. We have a vegan zombie-piano playing ghost & a wampus kitty. This book is Beck & Conall's story. Beck is a half demon barkeeper who also owns the bar that caters to demonoid people. Conall is the head of the Dalvahni army that hunts demons thru dimensions. Conall is lurking on Beck because he can't figure out how demonoid people can be good when the demon's are so bad. Oh my how the sparks fly be ...more
Mar 10, 2013 Melindeeloo rated it liked it
3.5 stars= I liked it. Review to come but... For the most part I liked this third full field trip to George's demon ridden Hannah Alabama and the mismatched paring of half demon dive bar owner Beck and the captain of the demon hunting Dalvani. While the story is uneven - there's sort of a lull in the action when the leading couple bond and get their smexy times on - this was really the light read that I needed right now. One thing I have to mention is that it is lucky that George does such a goo ...more
Oct 08, 2013 Donna rated it really liked it
We met Beck and Conall in Demon Hunting in the Deep South (Demon Hunting, #2) and could already tell there would be fireworks between these two if they didn't kill each other first. I was a little worried when the book started off with a zombie normally I hates zombies but I kinda ended up liking this one. Conall is used to being in charge so he needed a strong woman to balance him and the role of steel magnolia had already been taken by Addy’s mom Bitsy. I was pleasantly surprised by Beck she w ...more
Feb 01, 2013 Sobia rated it liked it
3 to 3.5 stars...3rd book in the series, first ive read, no trouble following along, and now i sorta want to read the first book.

For the most part, a good read, though IMO, despite so much happening( this book is long!) there didn't feel like there was a lot of depth. And I wsh we'd gotten more of the Hero's point of view( its like 75% h to 25% H) Also I never really liked the's not that I hated her, I was just pretty a good book for when you're waiting for someth
Jul 19, 2014 Rhonda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Romance combined with a southern sense of humor. Throw in some supernatural friends and foes and you got an entertaining read. This series is one of my favorite reads right now.
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