It's definitely going to be a little tricky to predict how Felix/Farah will behave once they start harboring deeper feelings toward Detective MC. It's easy to spot when a flirt is being flirty just for kicks, but when they genuinely start developing deeper feelings for someone, how they will react always tends to be somewhat unpredictable (and that's not even counting how being the youngest of the vampires may come into play as well).
Good; in my personal opinion, it's the chances of slowly discovering those mysteries that are going to draw in a good number of readers the most.
I had mentioned it a bit in my first post here, but vampire stories (especially those that revolve around romance) don't tend to catch my interest much, because it monster that is commonly used with the genre. But I come find something else about the story that keeps me coming back (besides the fact that the characters are likable, relationships seem to develop very naturally so far and , and Detective MC has both a brain, backbone, and an interesting role to contribute to the story): the fact that there are a lot of I-don't-knows involved in the story that I want to discover.
I don't know how Agent Mum got involved with the supernatural or how the team was formed (or if our Dad is dead or alive).
I don't know what's the murderous vampire's motive are for going after those with a mutation that prevents pheromones from taking their needed effect and what he has to gain from finding such people.
I don't know what kinds of other effects the Detective's mutation may end up having (and I don't think the murderer knows either, which mean he may be in for a nasty surprise).
And even the side involving the monsters of Wayhaven (including the ones I feel most familiar with) have a lot of i-don't-knows that interest me into wanting to learn more about them.
So keep as many of your secrets as you like @Seraphinite; I'm enjoying the process of discovering things bit by bit personally.
It's fine; I just like looking at the pictures up close and was wondering 'why is that guy with the black mask staring so intently at his hand'.
It did lead to me having a nightmare(?) about Portal and it throwing can of tomato sauce at the wall. I'm still not sure if I was supposed to be scared of the dream or finding it humorous.