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Demons are Forever (Kate Connor - Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #3)

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  1,765 ratings  ·  129 reviews
Exciting new escapades for the demon-hunting stay-at-home mom-from the USA Today bestselling author of Carpe Demon.

It isn't easy when your daughter's figured out that her mom's a demon hunter-and wants to grow up to be just like her. Or when you suspect your dead husband used the forces of darkness to filch the body of another human. And your living husband isn't the man...more
Audiobook, Unabridged, 9 pages
Published 2007 by BBC Audiobooks America/Sound Library
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I started reading this and found it didn't hold my interest. Rather than completely give up, as I really enjoyed the previous 2 books in this series, I got the cds from the library.

I felt there was way too much rehashing of the story to date at the beginning of the book. This went on for a good long while and I found it repetitious, boring and unnecessary. After that, the story picked up quite a bit till I got to the part of the annoying, whiny teenager. I know teenagers often have that I-know-...more
Jason (RawBlurb)
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Mike (the Paladin)
Well....okay. This is the third book in this series (which I read out of order as I didn't read the first 2) and it's what I often call, "a mixed bag".

The book isn't hard to catchup on as we get enough background as to what's going on and what's already happened before we got here that picking up in book 3 wasn't a problem. This is I think a good idea and the writer handles it pretty well. There's humor and there's action and she's set up a framework for things to operate "inside" that lets the...more
This is probably a 3.5 star book - and there are some spoilers ahead, so stop reading now if you don't want me to ruin the story...

The first half of the book felt like it'd finally found it's own identity outside of simply being a Buffy knock-off. I was enjoying the fact that Timmy had kind of been pushed to the background in favor of Allie. But then some bad things happen and fellow missing hunter, Nadia (aka Faith), shows up out of nowhere (like Faith) and then turns out to be bad (just like F...more
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This series just gets better and better. The author has created an impressive cast of characters and has added more depth/seriousness to the overall storyline.
Well, I am finally to where I first started reading this series. This is the book I randomly picked up to listen to on a long drive. I thought it was a stand-alone book and found myself making excuses to drive just so I could listen to it. I found it to be very funny, and I could relate to the teenage parent issues, but also an intense romantic thread was developing. As i got to the last CD, I realized there was no way the story could end so quickly and I did some research and found there were m...more
Fangs for the Fantasy
Kate, the demon hunting soccer-mom, is back, juggling play dates for a toddler, her teenaged daughter, her husband and his political machinations with the complexities of hunting and killing demons.

With the demons yet again coming to San Diablo, Kate is faced a more evolved and ongoing threat as well as the fallout from her daughter finally learning the truth about Kate and her secret double life. Of course, once she understands she has a lot of questions – and Kate isn’t sure how many she can a...more
Mary Ford
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This series keeps getting better. This time Kate is dealing with the aftermath of all the stuff that happened in California Demon. Daughter Allie knows that demons are real and that her mother is somehow connected with them. Kate has to confess her demon-hunting ways and of course, Allie is ready (she thinks)to join in. As they talk about demon hunting it inevitably leads to Eric, Kate's deceased husband and Allie's father. Kate discovers more about Eric than she wants to and realizes that he ha...more
I really liked the first two books in this series, but this one turned me off. It could just be that the gimmick is wearing thin. Kate's a mom...and she hunts demons. And it's a secret. I got it. Kate tells us over and over and over again that hunting demons is a breeze compared with raising a teenager and a toddler...and I got that too. I don't need to be reading about it twice a page. I liked Kate's Buffy-the-Vampire-Slayer spunk in the first two books, but in this one she seemed more like one...more
Sarah Sammis
The best part of Demons Are Forever is its title and maybe the cute cover art. It's the third in "Confessions of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom" series and the only one I've read (and am likely to read).

The reason I didn't enjoy the novel has nothing to do with it being midway through a series. The problem stems from: concept, setting and the execution of the mystery.

I don't know why Kenner felt compelled to add in all the back story about Kate Connor's training and life as a demon hunter for the Va...more
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My least favorite of the series so far, this one just lacked. Still a quick read and worth it if you like the first two, but not up to par. The snarky (yes, sometimes cheesy) wit was missing, whole characters are being ignored (Does Kate even remember what Stuart looks like? Timmy, where are you? Father Ben, we hardly know ye!) or just brought in for a specific purposeful cameo appearance (Hi, Cutter! Bye, Cutter!). Not much in the way of discernible character development, either, though it was...more
Shannon Cooley
First off, this is not my genre. The whole demon-hunting thing? Not for me. So if this IS your genre, feel free to consider my review biased and ignore it.

I actually picked this up thinking it was going to be a snarky, sarcastic parody of the genre (the tag line on the front says, "Minions of the occult in a Demon-Free School Zone? Time to raise Hell..."--I didn't think I was meant to take it seriously). When I realized it wasn't what I thought, I figured I'd give it a chance to win me over to t...more
I'm officially hooked on this series, which always seems to happen when I finish the last book currently available. After two books of setup, Kenner has a full cast of well-developed characters. A few know Kate Connor's secret, like her best friends Laura, daughter Allie, and pseudo-grandfather-in-law Eddie. Others, like her trainter and sparring partner Cutter, are just curious. And a few are clueless, like husband Stuart. What really gets this story moving, though, is the addition of David Lon...more
Meet Kate Connor: loving wife, cool Mom, best friend. She has the same worries that all Moms in Suburbia have: dealing with a teenager that's always on-the-go, a toddler that is a powerhouse of energy, and hey, a husband that is a prominent attorney running for office (local). And just when you think things can't get more hectic, how about her former job as a Level 4 Demon Hunter? It's just incredible how this series is, with Ms. Connor doing the usual: going to cheerleading practice, taking car...more
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I have always really enjoyed this series. I think more for the stay at home mom aspect than the Demon hunting, since I am not a Buffy fan. I cannot imagine living the kind of double life that the main character does.

This is the 3rd in the series and while it continues to have the same humor as the other two, I found it lacking in depth. The author usually goes into more detail and this one seems written very quickly with a lot less attention to the underlying story or little details (ie. the pla...more
I really liked this book. For one thing, the whole premise is so nutty. Kate is a devout Catholic, was raised in the Vatican itself, and was trained and hired by the Vatican to be a professional demon hunter. She retired when she married and had her first child. In this book, she's been widowed and remarried,has a second child, and lives the normal life of a surburban mother of a 2-year old and a moody, middle school aged daughter. Until, that is, she's hauled back into demon hunting when a demo...more
Penny Ramirez
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I started reading this late last night, and am already halfway through the book. I expect to be done sometime today, maybe while the kids are swimming. It has that "Buffy the Vampire" thing going for it, that is clever dialogue, and interesting story. Albiet, this Buffy is a 30 something married mother of 2. But thats what makes this so interesting. Its definitely a guilty pleasure for me.

Only a third more to go, a day after starting, and though it is a guilty pleasure, it dawns on me, that remo...more
As usual, I started a series in the middle. Luckily, Kenner's writing style doesn't leave the reader feeling completely lost if they haven't read the previous book. On the flip side there wasn't an overload of recaps either, so I'm inspired to read the earlier books.
This book was a fun adventure. The mother-daughter relationship was sweet, albeit way too good to be true. A teenager who is respectful and obedient? *Gasp!* Mom was a tough broad!
My only complaint was that Stuart (the step-father) w...more
Margo Brooks
Audiobook. Fantastic. Given the fact that I've read the first three books in this series, in a week, you can tell how much I am enjoying them. Book three takes up exactly where book 2 ended and book 4 ought to pick up immediately after the end of this book. In this story, Kate's daughter, Allie, finds out the truth about her demon-hunting parents and Kate learns the truth about her first husband's murder. It is darker than the first two books, but still full of toddler humor and interesting char...more
This is book 3 in a series... and I while really enjoyed the first to light-hearted fun books, this one was harder to get into. Demons are Forever followed the same plot lines of the other two books and this made it even more predictable than the others. I ended the other books wanting to read the next one, and while I have the next in the sequel checked out from the library, waiting to be read, I am debating what to start next. This book might have been better if it had been read with more time...more
Carrie Randolph
Good book. Kept me on my toes!!
Sonia Cristina
This book brings great revelations and the plot intensifies! I'm anxious to read more about David, Allie and Kate.

It was interesting all the plot aroud the Andre-something demon.
Apr 09, 2008 Heather rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: Moms
I just LOVE this series! It's so fun and easy to read, for one. Being a mother I get such a kick out of reading about a 'normal' suburban housewife and mom who kicks demon butt by night. There's nothing deep or revealing about these books, but what mom doesn't feel like she could slay a beast or two after battling a two-year-old, a husband, a list of chores...throw in a teenage daughter and a demon would be no problem! I look forward to the fourth book in the series, coming this summer, 'Deja De...more
J. Else
I enjoyed this book. Had a few predictable moments but overall well crafted. Kept me turning the pages at the end. Good characters,though the main character is a little flirtatious with the other men in her life which would be more appropriate if she was not married to a character running for office. Nice tough chics!!! Definitely my favorite part of the book! Good humor with the kind of sarcasm that I get as a busy mom. I enjoyed it and would read another novel by the this author.
This was a fun book. Having read out of order in the series, it makes me want to go back and read the first two. This is the story of a woman who used to work for a secret organization in the Vatican, killing demons. Who retired with her demon hunting husband, to have a family and a normal life. But the demons keep coming and she has to go back to work whether she wants to or not, esp. after the demons attack her daughter...
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