It is forbidden to venture out after dark. As a child, Selah opened her door and discovered why. Daytime, the priest protects the village from demons. Nighttime, the wind protects the village, but causes madness in anyone caught outside. Selah believed her encounter with the wind left her unscathed, because it did not drive her mad. Instead, it chose her as its champion, and its sacrifice. Selah never knew.
Now the wind is gone, stolen, leaving demons free to prey on the villagers whenever darkness falls. Everyone is worried, but only the priest truly understands the new danger. The village madman does, too, but no one listens to madmen.
When the priest dies mysteriously in Selah's arms, the villagers heap suspicions upon her. Fear drives them to lock her away with the madman, who reaffirms the village's need for the wind. He even insists Selah can bring it back--because she is the wind's champion.
But if the wind is restored--and the village under its double-edged protection once more--the wind will also expect its sacrifice.
This is a rundown of the course of action not a hook. You need to tell me why I should care. Assume the default position is that I don't. Now write something to persuade me. It's really hard I know but if you can't persuade me to read this, I can't sell it.
Nameless faceless demons are boring. Madmen are boring. Dead priests are boring.
You need something to invigorate this. How about you and previous poster collaborate and get some wind-up sex toys in the picture.....