Demons Are So Annoying, Covens of Eaton Falls #6 by Mia Monroe

Jacqueleen says "Demons Are So Annoying brings an end to the Covens of Eaton Falls series long arc and I think Mia Monroe saved the best for last!" 

From the blurb:

Somehow Fate gave me two mates. Can our bond survive the war or will our eternity be cut

A few months ago, if someone told me that I’d be fated with two mates, a surly vampire and a too-sweet-for-this-world witch, I would have laughed. Now, I can’t imagine my world without Willem and Prince by my side. Unfortunately, there’s no time for honeymoons and roses. We’ve got a war to fight, while somehow managing to embrace a bond none of us saw coming.

Willem and I do our best to support Prince as he steps into his new powers, but I’m left desperate to keep us together and in one piece, not an easy task. Prince is in the center of this mess, but all of us have a role. I just wish I knew what mine was. My brother found his power, where the Hades is mine?

With increasing demon attacks (so annoying) and time running out, our combined covens and allies must work together to banish evil from Eaton Falls once and for all. But when the smoke clears, who will be the victor and who will be lost? We have to win. If we don’t, our happily ever after will be cut short, and there’s no way I’m letting that happen.

Demons Are So Annoying is the epic conclusion to the Covens of Eaton Falls series. It is an MMM paranormal romance featuring a super sweet witch turned vampire, a grumpy twin with a marshmallow center, and a vampire priest with anger issues finding out just why Fate put them together. In this book there are demons running amok, a plethora of discoveries, steamy times in sacred places (Willem is a priest, after all), and an epic battle for the ages. It is the sixth and final book. Each book features a different love story with an ongoing conflict and therefore should be read in order. I promise an HEA for all.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

"𝙊𝙝, 𝙗𝙤𝙮. 𝙁𝙖𝙩𝙚 𝙢𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙝𝙖𝙫𝙚 𝙗𝙚𝙚𝙣 𝙙𝙧𝙪𝙣𝙠 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙣𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩 𝙨𝙝𝙚 𝙥𝙪𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙣 𝙩𝙤𝙜𝙚𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧."

Oh sweet Prince, don't go saying that yet! I think fate knew exactly what she was doing when she decided to pair Prince, Willem, and Jack together. At first look, you'd think it seems an odd choice. Jack and Willem are similar in temperament, while Prince is much...shall we say softer than the other two. But it's that softness to Prince that truly fits this couple together. Alone, Jack and Willem tend to get their tempers flaring much too readily, but with Prince there it often brings their tempers back in check. I don't know if Jack and Willem could have worked on their own as a couple. Prince gave them something to protect, though if you read the book you'll see he's much tougher than he believes. I think it's his somewhat delicate nature that brings out the protective instinct in his alpha male mates.

I just adored Willem's poetic declarations for his two men. That vampire really has a way with words that hit you right in the feels. Willem tends to be private so I didn't really know too much about him from previous books. I enjoyed getting to see his vulnerable side and I cheered him on when his vicious side was needed. He would do anything to make sure Jack and Prince are safe. It was heartwarming to see how all three of them grew together as a unit. And when it comes to the steam? Let's just say that Prince may not be as sweet as he looks. ;)

As this is the end of the Coven of Eaton Falls series there is plenty plot wise going on in addition to our throuple finding their way. Demons are popping out left and right, the beautiful one is a pain in the ass, and Prudence is just a nasty old bitter bitch. It was great seeing all the allies come together to fight to protect the world as they know it. I'm still crossing my fingers for some spin offs. I'm looking at you Tempest, Belfort, and Peridot! Just saying!

Rating: 5 Stars

Heather's Review:

We've reached the climax of the war with The Beautiful One and the vampires have tied it all to Prudence, a long dead, but powerful witch who sees her chance to reincarnate and rule the world... Not only do we see how they put the final pieces together, we also get a potential love triangle to sort out in Demons Are So Annoying...

Jack finally gets his HEA and it's with not one but two other vampires... the sweet and sort of lost Prince and the take charge ancient vampire priest, Willem.  We also get all the intrigue of figuring out how to finally win the war against the demons and Prudence..

This book was incredibly well paced and was a fun and steamy read that brought everything in the series together, but left us just a few dangling ends that I hope get picked up in spin-off series... I'm really hoping that the self-sacrificing Demon gets his HEA, along with exploring some of the other fae and magic creatures we met while protecting Eaton Falls and the world...

Rating: 5 Stars

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