Author Holly Kerr

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Holly Kerr is the author of chick lit/contemporary women’s fiction.

Kids’ Fiction

Dragon_printWhen Emma, Matt and Macy, and their friends Kass and Dash decide to stay at Wonderland amusement park after dark, they know it’s going to get them into a heap of trouble with their parents. But they have so much fun running around the park in the dark – playing games, avoiding the guards and running away from Canadian geese.
It’s not until they find their way into the Mountain that the adventure really begins...

Adult Fiction

The Secret of Charlotte Dodd

Fistfights, car chases, and secret spy organizations? This isn’t a normal night for Charlotte.

Office worker Charlotte steps out of a movie theatre and into a heap of trouble. Her boyfriend is away; she’s been having strange dreams full of exciting adventures, even though that’s the last thing she’s looking for. She’s happy with her uneventful life.
So why isn’t she running away from the two big thugs threatening the cute guy on the street? How did she learn to drive like that? And how did she get on a private jet full of secret agents…and they’re calling her by name! But more importantly, who’s the hottie with the blue eyes and why does he seem so familiar?

The Missing Files of Charlotte Dodd

Before she had a secret life…

Prequel to The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd.

Charlotte Dodd was an agent for the NIIA, a super secret branch of the Canadian government. You didn’t know Canada had spies? Of course, not, because they’re secret!
Stealing infectious diseases, blowing up a laboratory, being buried alive – all in a day’s work for Charlotte Dodd.
Until this mission. When she finds out her mother’s alive.
There’s a reason some files should stay missing.

The Best Worst First Date Ever

The adventures of Charlotte Dodd continue with The Best Worst First Date Ever.

Tenley Scott is a single mother and owner of Soup du Jour. She’s full of nervous excitement for her date with Colin, the handsome Brit who’s been hanging around the café.

She’s expecting casual conversation over drinks. Maybe dinner. Possibly a second date.
Not crazed ex-girlfriends, armed thugs, car crashes and a kidnapping. Worst date ever.

And then Tenley finds out about NIAA, the Canadian secret spy organization. Hello, Charlotte Dodd.

In a move out of a sci-fi movie, Charlotte’s missing memories are implanted into Tenley’s mind, giving Tenley top secret information about the Agency, dangerous spy missions and Charlotte’s love, Hamilton Short. Now it’s a race to keep Tenley out of the hands of those who want the information and to find a way to get Charlotte out of her head.

It’s been a while since Tenley’s been on a date, but this date turns out worse – and better- than she ever expected!

Coming Home

Loving your sisters is easy. Liking them is the hard part.

After her cheating husband destroys her career, Brenna has nowhere to go but home.
Home means her four sisters in the tiny Northern Ontario town with no Starbucks and well-meaning townsfolk who know her every move. Every mistake.
And Brenna is making more than a few mistakes. From falling asleep at the local bar to hooking up with her niece’s boyfriend, Brenna’s life is giving the town a lot to talk about.
Her sister Cat wants nothing to do with her. Content living in the family home with the ghost of their mother, Cat’s left a trail of broken hearts and failed marriages on the road to Brenna’s ex, Seamus Todd. Brenna’s return brings back old insecurities and unanswered questions for Cat.
Sibling rivalries, old grudges and a least one knock-out, drag-down kitchen fight ensue as Brenna and Cat are forced to live under the same roof.
And to make it worse, Brenna’s not the only one coming home.




If there’s one thing Casey has always wanted, it’s to be a mother

But there’s no one she’d like to be the father

And unfortunately she’s taken the words of a long-dead doctor Dr. Francine Pascal Reid (1941) to heart: “A woman’s prime period of fertility occurs between the years of 22 and 28…after the age of 37, a woman should not attempt to conceive.”

Time is running out for her, or so she believes, and her (obsessive) determination won’t let her listen to her friends telling her she has lots of time. But what to do about the epic relationship fails that dot her past like freckles on a redhead?

Casey has a plan and it involves the best ex-boyfriend who she ever broke up with; who, with perfect rom-com timing, has just walked into her life.

But what about that night with her roommate J.B…?

 Absinthe Doesn’t Make the Heart Grow Fonder


A woman always needs her girlfriends

Twenty years – that’s how long Josie has had Lana and Meredith in her life. And even longer for Poppy. So who better to celebrate her 40th birthday with?
Dinner, dancing…a few drinks. Girls’ night out!
They’ve all changed but things can be just like they used to be.
Until they aren’t.
Secrets and absinthe aren’t a good mix.
Girls’ night out goes bad.


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