Yet another example, why I shouldn't judge a book by its cover or title. I have to admit, this series is better than most its type. The plot and world-building was much more thoughtful and the story itself, kept me engaged throughout. Yes, there is quite a few sexual scenes, but they don't seem to be completely random or pointless. So, if you can get past the sex and a bit of scene jumping, this is a rather good read; at least the 1st & 4th book are. The last book, Sin Undone, barely past muster IMO.
Tayla's life has never been easy, with her drug addicted mother and a dead-beat father she never knew. Until a group of demon-slayers took her in, she's never known what belonging to a family truly meant. That is until, a fateful trip to a hospital, run by Demons, brings her world crashing down. As per usual in this genre, each book focuses on a different couple.
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