A Fistful of Evil (Madison Fox, #1) by Rebecca Chastain 4 Stars

Madison has always been able to see the souls of people. She can tell if they are good or bad, depending on how their soul shines, or doesn’t shine. She thought she was the only one who could do this, and had no idea that this skill had a purpose until she applied for a job creating bumper stickers. The job ends up being a front for an organization that eradicates evil using this particular power. She also has more skills than she realized after she gets some training from a retired agent. But even so, she’s no tough chick, at least not yet, but if her skills catch up to her desire and enthusiasm to wipe out evil she’ll be a formidable opponent.

Of course her lack of training and inability to control her power makes for quite a few funny moments as she tries to be a badass….and her embarrassing moments usually end up being in front of another agent who is hotter than hot, as well as the hot veterinarian she takes her cat to.

If you can get past a few grammatical errors, it’s a good start to a new series. A fun read despite evil lurking around every corner. There is some fun, snarky dialog, with several laugh out loud moments too. I look forward to reading the next one in the series.

If you like Hannah Jayne’s Underworld Protection Agency series, you’ll enjoy this one.

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