Demon Ex Machina: Tales of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom

Demon Ex Machina: Tales of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom

by Julie Kenner, J. Kenner
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Demon Ex Machina: Tales of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom Series #5) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Fantasticalbooklover More than 1 year ago
Kate Connor is back as the number one demon a$$-kicker. Kate is still trying to cope with a life full of a reincarnated dead husband (former lover of her life), a 15-going-on-30 daughter, a toddler, and a husband who has just recently discovered the family secret. Kate struggles with her feelings for Eric/David and her husband, all while trying to rid the demon currently residing in her first husband. She struggles through with the support of her new alimentore, Eddie, and her best friend, Laura. Things start to get out of hand when the demon starts to take over more of Eric and Kate finds that she may have to sacrifice her husband in order to save his soul.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
love this series, and this book does not dissapoint!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really hope there is another book soon, this one left me hanging! A really enjoyable series if you are looking something fun to read :)
Philip Bailey More than 1 year ago
The Kate Conner trilogy is a definite mist read. If Buffy were a soccer mom; great book.
love2be-a-mom More than 1 year ago
I loved this entire story line. I was so sad that this was the end, however the story ended perfectly. I would read another one if it was written. The characters were so much fun. I couldn't put the books down. Julie Kenner wrote an awesome series here and it made me want to read other books by her.
dilbert101 More than 1 year ago
Just as fit as the rest of her novels. this series is for the buffy fans that want to see what would happen if she grew up, retired, and then got back in the slaying game! An excellent read for those that love the series. Can't wait for the next installment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm on the last book in the series now and have enjoyed them. Kind of a Buffy the Vampire Slayer grows up vibe going on and some laugh-out-loud moments. Good job Julie!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Kate Connor has seemingly more personal issues than usual although she and her second husband Stuart have apparently worked out their differences since he now knows she is a demon hunter. Still she must train her spouse and her enthusiastic teenage daughter Allie how to defeat demons; she knows it was easier on her when her oldest child played soccer only. The supermom also has a two year old toddler who could terrorize almost any demon with his temperament. There is also the complicated matter of the return of her formerly dead first husband Eric who has come back to life only to be possessed by a demon. If she succeeds in exorcising Eric's demon yet keeping him alive, Kate ponders what she should do about the two husbands in her life. Although the story line starts slower than the usual donkey kicking frantic frenzy and only accelerates a little, the latest demon slaying soccer mom thriller is a deeper look at Kate's quandary. She does not want her daughter to follow in her demon slaying footsteps, but fears not teaching her how to defeat the enemy for she knows Allie will go out on her own. The same holds true for loyal Stuart. Then there is the mess of two husbands as she adores both of them. Filled with angst as she also has the toddler to care for, fans will appreciate Julie Kenner's profound glimpse at the human side of demon slaying beyond a bad hair or broken cuticle day. Harriet Klausner
Daisy44 More than 1 year ago
This is a great series. Definitely must be read in order or you won't know what is going on or how the players connect. If you like the roller coaster that is an action adventure story, you will find it here. Joy, sorrow, anxiety, suspense, success, failure, etc. Yes, available in triplicate. Throughout the series Kate has been problematic for me. She frustrates me. She has the strength, skills, lays down the law, makes a plan, and boom - everything goes to heck in a hand basket. But in this she also gets my admiration. She's human. She's in love. She's a mom. Sometimes all that works in her favor and other times, not so much. It's as realistic as a paranormal action adventure can be. The writing draws you in, creating vivid mental pictures, and keeps you involved dragging the reader into every situation. Many times heart in hand hoping. Warning: this is not your neat and tidy action series where things completely work out in the end. There are ups and downs and things that rip your heart out. Gets your blood pumping.
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SoniaF More than 1 year ago
It was an interesting story with the demon inside Eric's body taking over control and Eric's soul is in jeopardy. Some moments were terribly hard. I just got a little upset when Kate didn't seem sure what (or who) she wants. Once again, Stuart features my favorite scene and that proves how he's so my hero!
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