Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Lexi George's book giveaway


So I was talking to Lexi George the other day, lamenting that I don't have more copies of So I Married a Demon Slayer to give away and she came right back with an, "I do!" And seeing as her story is so fun and witty, I had to invite her here to tell everyone about it (and to give away a couple books, of course).

Lexi writes about small town librarian Bunny Raines, who has waited all her life for a guy like Rafe Dalvahni. He’s gorgeous. He’s attentive. And, while he hasn’t said the ‘L’ word yet, she’s sure he’ll get around to it.

Imagine her surprise on her wedding day when her darling husband informs her that he isn’t a man at all, but an immortal demon hunter with super powers. Worse, the ‘mugger’ he recued her from the night they met was a rogue demon. In order to save Bunny’s life, Rafe had to give her part of his demon slayer essence, which means she’s no longer human.

Of course, Rafe isn’t the only one in this relationship with a secret. Bunny is pregnant. Hurt, confused, and terrified that she might be pregnant with ET, Bunny runs away from the wedding with Rafe in hot pursuit.

Can you say, "yum?" And along with her giveaway, Lexi sent me a recipe for a Dalvahni Demon Hunter. Excuse me while I go mix one up...
Recipe for a Dalvahni Demon Hunter
Start with approximately 225 pounds of prime Dalvahni male, extremely fresh.*
Add four to five gallons of uh uh uh.
Throw in several quarts of pure, undiluted yummy. **
Add a bushel each of unsurpassed fighting skills and tracking ability.
Combine with insatiable lust and zest of virility.
Stir in a large dollop of stoicism and dispassion.
Toss in a generous amount of loyalty and a couple of heaping tablespoons of denial.
Omit the sense of humor, but be sure and sprinkle in a pound of literalism.
Blend with true love.
Fold ingredients lightly together. Stir vigorously for best results. Best served hot.
*Note: Dalvahni males are large in size (in excess of six feet in height), lean and muscular animals. Do not substitute generic or ordinary human males or recipe will not rise.
** Do not substitute imitation flavoring.
*** Warning: Demon hunters are habit forming and slippery when wet.
Just post an "I want one!" below and you're entered to win one of two copies of So I Married a Demon Slayer!

20 comments:

host said...

I want one! Sounds great :)

Sharon said...

yum! Don't enter me cause I won one of Angie's copies ;)

How funny you posted a recipe. I am putting together a 'special' cookbook and will be sending you an email...

SandyG265 said...

I enjoyed the recipe!

Lexi said...

Host, got your name in the pot! Thanks for stopping by. ;-)

Lexi said...

A special cookbook, huh? I look forward to hearing more about that, Sharon!

Lexi said...

Glad you liked it, Sandy!

RebeLovesBooks said...

Ooooo - I want one! I love the recipe!

Lexi said...

Hee hee, RebelovesBooks, don't we all! Glad you stopped by. ;-)

Qwill said...

I want one!! Please? :D

Chrisbails said...

Lexi is a new author for me and would love to win and read this book. I am always looking for new authors and books to read and this one looks great. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win. I love the receipe, I will have to try it.
christinebails@yahoo.com

Lexi said...

Your name's in the pot, Quill! Chris, let me know how the recipe turns out!

Candice Moody said...

Lexi you are hilarious! I would LOVE to win this one.

MarnieColette said...

I want one! Pretty please...so how does one get a Dalvanhi mail to start the recipe off with?

beatleschck said...

I sooo want one.

Lexi said...

Candice, your names in the pot, too! Thanks for popping in.

Lexi said...

Fresh Market, Marney, but of course! Be sure and get the prime grade. Much better results.

Lexi said...

They are habit forming, Beatleschck!

poisnivyred said...

omg! This looks EPIC! lol I definitely want one!

poisnivyred AT gmail.com

Lexi said...

Poisnivy, your name is in the hat!

Christa C said...

Sounds hot! I want one!!