Deja Demon

Deja Demon:The Days and Nights of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom, by Julie Kenner, is 4th in her Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom series.

Returning home after an unsuccessful demon hunt, Kate Connor is attacked at home by a demon and a zombie. She is used to fighting demons, but zombies are another matter and difficult to dispose of. When the body of the demon disappears the next morning, Kate realizes she has an even bigger mystery on her hands. Unfortunately, the zombie is still there. And between the Easter party planning madness and business dinner parties at the house, Kate will need to rely on her friends and family to help keep her sanity and San Diablo’s demon population at bay.

To make matters worse, Kate is still trying to keep her demon hunting a secret from her husband. Her former husband wants to spend more time with their daughter. And her daughter wants nothing more than to follow in her mother’s footsteps as a demon hunter. Poor Kate has to deal with more drama than anyone should. This series is still one of my favorites. Even if I don’t always agree with Kate’s decisions regarding her personal life.

Events come to a head in this installment. With plenty of action, suspense, and humor, the Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom series is a wonderfully entertaining read. It has a completely different feel from any other urban paranormal or fantasy series out there. I can’t get enough of it.

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