Between the Bleeding Willows (The Demon Hunters Series Book 1)Between the Bleeding Willows by D.A. Roach
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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This book is about a girl Cassidy, who grew up motherless and fatherless. Raised by her Gram in a small town. When her high school sweetheart wraps his car around a tree, she is devastated, but when not much later her Gram dies of a heart attack, she becomes listless, lonely, and dwelling in the past. She gives up the idea of collage at least for a while and she stays home trying to put herself back together. Looking for a memento that has special properties, left to her by her mother and given to her sweetheart Jace. She goes to the site of Jace’s accident and begins to look around, thinking she hears voices she follows the sounds to an old, abandoned and be lived haunted cemetery, where she thinks she see Jace being chased, then he disappears between a pair of bleeding willows. Doubting herself she follows. Between two bleeding willows she finds her memento and everything goes black. Waking up in a clinic type room and hearing voices when the people talking realize that she is awake they explain that she fell into their world and that no one has ever survived it before, and the man who appears to be in charge is persistent in asking how she had done it. Killian is clan leader of a group of Demon hunters that are descendants of angles breeding with humans and they are guardian to the gates of hell basically. When he saves a girl that has gated in by accident he takes her to his sister the clan healer where he waits for her to wake up. When she eventually does come around calling for Jace a recently dead man changed to demon Killian has to know how she was able to get through the gate and how she knows Jace, she is not really able to say much on how she arrived but she does explain who Jace was to her, and he tells her how Jace has changed, and as soon as she is able he sends her though the cemetery gate home. This is the beginning of their very unlikely relationship and things just get more complicated from there. This book was a fast paced Urban Fantasy, well worth the read. This author has a very different perspective on demons and demon hunters, I really enjoyed it.
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