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Julie Kenner’s Carpe Demon: Adventures of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom has a killer premise that’s neatly summed up in the title. If the book itself isn’t quite as killer, it’s still pretty good, a light, fluffy read perfect for summer.

Kate Connor used to work as a demon hunter for the Vatican, until she left that world behind fifteen years ago for a quiet life in the suburbs. These days she lives in the sleepy California town of San Diablo with her husband and two kids, a teenage daughter and toddler son. Then one afternoon while shopping in the local Wal-Mart, she detects a pungent odor that in the old days would have alerted her to the presence of a demon. Being out of practice, she attributes the smell to her toddler and quickly moves to change his diaper. Later that night she discovers her mistake, when an old man she spotted earlier at the store bursts through her kitchen window and tries to kill her.

Even with those minor weaknesses, Carpe Demon has more than enough energy and comedic flair to make it a fun summertime read. Light, clever and consistently amusing, it’s perfect for the beach or a hammock, or simply for anyone looking for an entertaining book.

“Kenner may very well have cornered the market on sinfully attractive, dominant antiheroes and the women who swoon for them.”

Thanks for visiting the online home of New York Times bestselling author J. Kenner, aka Julie Kenner.  JK is most well known for her international bestselling contemporary & erotic romances, but as Julie Kenner, she’s also the author of the wildly popular Demon Hunting Soccer Mom series of “paranormal mommy lit.”

But that’s not all. In the years that she’s been published, JK has written in a variety of genres. So why not grab a cup of coffee, put your feet up, peruse the site, and make yourself at home?

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Julie Kenner’s Carpe Demon: Adventures of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom has a killer premise that’s neatly summed up in the title. If the book itself isn’t quite as killer, it’s still pretty good, a light, fluffy read perfect for summer.

Kate Connor used to work as a demon hunter for the Vatican, until she left that world behind fifteen years ago for a quiet life in the suburbs. These days she lives in the sleepy California town of San Diablo with her husband and two kids, a teenage daughter and toddler son. Then one afternoon while shopping in the local Wal-Mart, she detects a pungent odor that in the old days would have alerted her to the presence of a demon. Being out of practice, she attributes the smell to her toddler and quickly moves to change his diaper. Later that night she discovers her mistake, when an old man she spotted earlier at the store bursts through her kitchen window and tries to kill her.

Even with those minor weaknesses, Carpe Demon has more than enough energy and comedic flair to make it a fun summertime read. Light, clever and consistently amusing, it’s perfect for the beach or a hammock, or simply for anyone looking for an entertaining book.

Carpe Demon (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom, 1) by Julie Kenner


Carpe Demon: Adventures of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom.

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