I really enjoyed this book. It pulled me in from the start. It was a different and original take on the angel / demon roles. Although they both think they are right and doing what is best , I love the twist on how they look at the human world. I found humorous the extent they went to ensuring the layout of their battles; it was so civilized for lack of a better word. I also enjoyed the struggle they all went thru about what the right thing to do was. My only complaint was that I wish there had been more depth to all the characters.
Having all the kids in college was a different twist and allowed for a more freedom of events. Kids in high school could not have disappeared for days without major problems. I did find Taylor's self imposed rules annoying and she often seems clueless about things in her surroundings, but she is young and also evolving so I am gave her the benefit of the doubt.
The title was a very appropriate for the story and I am eagerly looking forward to reading the rest of the trilogy to see how the story along with the author's writing evolves.