The Demon's Song was definitely my kind of book, in fact I would say these type of books are my guilty pleasure. I cannot resist a story of a broken/troubled/misunderstood alpha male with hidden depths and a woman who comes along to unravel him, leading to his redemption.... These stories call to me, who doesn't want to believe that love will conquer all and make everything right in the world? I know I do - the one true pure thing that we can all offer someone that is freely given and has the power to change everything. I suppose that makes me a romantic but it's probably why I eat these type of books up and this ticked all of my boxes. The characters were likable and I could easily connect with them, I like that Sofia didn't just accept things straight away, I liked that she made an attempt to resist Phenex's appeal and that she wasn't so quick to throw her humanity away when offered. I loved Phenex's evolution from basically a spoilt brat who wanted & got everything his heart desired into someone who began to realise that sometimes, putting someone elses' happiness before his own can be so much more rewarding in many ways, especially when you risk losing that person forever. The storyline is good, we have a series thread being that Phenex & some fallen brethren are now on earth, having being given refuge by the vampire race from the forces of hell who want them dead, live in the vampires secret underground home. The fallen protect the balance between good and evil on earth which gives plenty of scope for future storylines, as does the rest of the Fallen Angels that were introduced because they are definitely worthy of their book. As a stand alone the storyline would have been good, plenty of action, sinister bad guys, good vs evil, secret supernatural community, romance, hot men, fiesty women.... But the fact that it's a series makes me eager for more and this definitely showcases its series potential.