Demons at Deadnight is the first in a series. Let me tell you, it's a doozy. Aurora, a quirky high schooler, with demons in her past, quite literally and figuratively. She just moved with her family to get a fresh start. Aurora is then attacked my a demon...well that's never happened before. Luckily, the hex boys swoop in to save the day. These hexy boys have no idea why demons are attacking poor Aurora, but they are determined to find out. Secrets are being kept from one another and trust issues lead from disaster to disaster, all the while creating a rift between Aurora and her fake(?) smokin' hot(literally) boyfriend Ayden.
Book 1...HOW IS THIS A DEBUT? IT'S SO EFFING GREAT. The right amount of action, hilarity, and romance, and teen angst. It even has the annoying but loving sibling dynamic. These guys are like Aurora's harem but boy, they do not dote on her, and no it's not a love pentagon. Not even a love triangle. Let's be real, everyone hates a badly done love triangle, and with like 6 guys to choose from, I am so happy there was none of that. GO A&E KIRK!!!!
Aurora is spunky if not a little bit...okay a lot of a scatterbrain and klutz. But she's got the boys to back her up and dynamic between the seven of them is great. No one boy has the same personality and all stand out in different ways. They all have super powers that really fit their personalities as well. It's such a ride to learn about all of them and their tight knit her circle?...Er cult? Honestly though, this book should be called Demons at Deadknight, not deadnight.
The one thing that really got me was the amount of detail they put into unimportant details. I don't need houses and backgrounds we don't really care about to be described in excruciating detail. NOT NECESSARY.
If you're looking for something HILARIOUS that you can really relate to (in terms of the inner machinations of your mind, not being chased by demons) read this. You won't regret it. There's just enough romance and plenty of action (if not a little too much) to keep any audience reading till the crack of dawn.