Mystic Creek, the name gives you an immediate feel for the atmosphere. A foggy, dark, and mysterious small town. The curfew was set to keep the residents safe. Most of them don't know the reason, especially the younger crowd. those who sneak out at night, and those who don't want to be told what to do.
Rebecca looks young, but feels her centuries of existence. She's made friends where she works, Joe's Tavern, but her main job is to keep them from being ripped apart and left for the scavengers.
New to the town, she's known to be friendly, but distant. As a witch, she has a lot of responsibilities while everyone else sleeps. The demons want to overtake the town, and there's another creature waiting in the forbidden forest. It's not quite a demon, but it's not human, either.
Her concentration is on pushing back on the evil from the forest, when Brody comes to town in the façade of a federal agent. She hasn't seen him in a hundred years. Really, it seems like it was just last week. His angel wings are hidden, but she feels the flutter of her heart when he confronts her about the strange being trying to take the town down.
Angels and witches aren't a match in the supernatural world, so why do they want to be together? Or are there too many forces against them to allow a relationship? Or are they here on coincidence only to eradicate the evil? Will a kiss tell them? Or do they have to go further?
The read is tense, creepy, and full of hormones. The magic, the reality, and the fear tangle with a romance that wants to live. A great romance for a cold winter night.