Deja Demon by Julie Kenner

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It doesn’t get any more challenging than keeping a teenager, a toddler in training pants, a first husband returned to life and a current husband’s political campaign all up to speed. Oh, did I mention the deamons? Moms are great at multi-tasking, but Kate Conner could give lessons!

In this novel, Kate is faced with more challenges than ever as every part of her life comes to the boiling point. Not only is her hidden life as demon hunter getting harder to keep from her husband, her first husband complicates things even more. Plus her daughter is desperate to start hunting demons herself. But that’s ok, this time, Kate will need all the help she can get as she fights a high demon and his army of undead.

In this fourth installment in Kenner’s Demon Hunter Soccer Mom series, I found myself caught up in the story even more than in previous novels. And trust me, I loved them all! This one seemed to really take off as so many events are pulled together.

One of my favorite aspects of this series is the realism of the characters. As a mother myself, most of Kate’s dialog could have come from my own mouth, as she quipped about the challenges of a rebellious teenager daughter, being a loving wife and getting a toddler to eat their breakfast.. I love that Kate’s world is familiar and at the same time a fun escape. She’s like a Mom’s answer to Wonder Woman. Who needs an invisible jet when you have mad skills with a cross bow?

The story and characters have continued to develop gradually, yet satisfyingly with each novel in the series. DEJA DEMON is a journey that brings a sense of closure with delicious tension on its way to that destination we call fulfillment. I love it when I can finish a book with a sigh and a smile.

I greatly look forward to the next installment in one of my favorite series! I hope Kate Conner goes on to slay many more demons in the future!

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