Basically, I had a lot of ideas for a series of books ( I have ideas for at least 3 books) mixing paranormal and romance. To be short, it's about a college student ( girl) and her mom disappeared mysteriously a few months ago so she's been a wreck since, but after being threatened to get kicked out of college , she decides to try being the girl she was before, happy, lively etc, even if she has to fake it, and she has a nice group of friends, and among them, two guys, one who is openly flirty overly confident etc and the other who is just fun and a nice friend etc ( well actually he's not, he's into her but she doesn't know until the last chapters) [ so that's the romance part,] and when another person is missing in her hometown, she thinks it may be linked to her mom's case and decides to investigate, because the police doesn't make any progress, then she realizes many people around her disappear, and she'll discover who's behind it ( a god-demon / mythological creature) and that's when she'll know about her origins etc... BUT, the problem is that I wanted it to be more paranormal oriented and just a little romance and everyday college life stuff, but as I started writing, it just is the opposite, and while the disappearances start on chapter 2 , the paranormal elements ( and it's just a light hint, she is not aware of any paranormal doings and won't be until the last chapters of the novel) are presented in chapter 5, is it too late ? and is my story weird for mixing these two genres ? Because the result is that I have some fluffy and nice scenes, some sad and emotional scenes, some steamy scenes, and some gloomy ones... I'm afraid it would be confusing for a reader? because the tone would change all the time.