The idea of two very different creatures falling in love is often intriguing to people. So, despite the obvious things that set them apart, many fans find themselves cheering on human-demon romances. Supernatural beings are just so interesting to humans, which is why these relationships have been gaining so much popularity. Humans will often work hard to make these bizarre pairings work because they love their partner regardless of what they are.
Demons are known as an evil spirit or as a devil, which is why they might be considered an unusual choice for a love story. However, it is charming to see how far humans will go to be with the ones they love. In the end, for most human-demon romances, the humans don't seem to care that they are dating a demon, and they are willing to overlook their flaws. Even if they don't work out in the end, it is still a romantic mindset that many viewers can't resist.
Each TV show and movie portrays demons in their own unique way, but regardless of that representation, it is clear that demons are very different from humans, and many might even be hesitant to trust these so-called 'evil creatures'. But true love has no boundaries, and these human-demon romances truly are proof of that.
Ruby made her first appearance in the third season of Supernatural when she followed Sam and Dean to help them fight demons. She later revealed to Sam that she is actually a demon herself. Sam agreed to let her keep helping even though he didn’t fully trust her, and Dean often tried to warn Sam of Ruby and her intentions.
Sam and Ruby’s relationship began to develop despite his brother’s wariness about the situation. The couple was a bit rocky at the start. Ruby begins training Sam, even feeding him her blood to boost in demon-slaying skills. In the end, Sam learns that Ruby was a double-agent working for the demon Lilith and she ends up getting eradicated by the brothers.
Eve is a human who travelled from heaven to find former flame Lucifer, but she ends up falling for his right-hand demon Mazikeen instead. At first, Eve was oblivious to Maze’s feelings. When Maze tried to woo her, Eve thought Maze was suggesting they start a fake romance to make Lucifer jealous. In the beginning, Eve was so involved in winning Lucifer back she didn’t notice a perfect match right in front of her.
After a while, Eve finally admits that she feels a connection to Maze. Even though the two share a strong spark, Eve says tshe’s not in a place to date at the moment. Of course, Maze is devastated, but at least she knows the connection was real.
The demon Anyanka arrived at Sunnydale, CA, disguised as high school student Anya Emerson. She was summoned to punish Xander for cheating on his girlfriend, but things did not go as planned. She ended up losing her powers and being forced to live as a human for much longer than she anticipated.
Anya was originally a revenge demon with a dislike for most men, but like any teen, she wanted a date to the prom. She asked Xander since she knew he also did not have a date, but she didn't realize it would develop into more than just an innocent outing.
In later episodes, Anya began to develop feelings for Xander. At first, she tried sleeping with him in hopes to get over him, but the two ended up dating. They had their ups and downs, but their relationship eventually led to Xander proposing. On their wedding day, a former victim of Anya's approached Xander and manipulated him. Xander ended up calling off the wedding, leaving Anya heartbroken.
Lucifer initially partnered with Chloe to investigate the passing of a pop star, and they have worked together multiple times since. At first, Chloe thinks Lucifer has some odd behaviors, so she tries to learn more about him. Over time, they developed romantic feelings for each other, but they keep their emotions under wraps despite the fact they clearly complement each other.
Chloe becomes worried when she discovers Lucifer's true nature, but that doesn’t take away from her attraction to him. Finally, she is honest with him and confesses she’s more scared of losing him than of who he is.